A Workshop? Really? Yep.

I've been getting a few emails from photographers who want to learn, asking if I do workshops.  I love teaching photography to people, but up until now the answer was a "No, not really", but now I'm thinking that it might be fun.  I will show some lighting tips and setups, lens selection, working with subjects, choosing the right images, doing a little post production work.  And I'm sure you'll not just learn from me but also from one another, so it's actually pretty exciting stuff. I can't decide if I want to try environmental portraits or get a studio to muck about in. So perhaps on a Saturday in late February or March (date to be determined), I'll have 6 to 8 people people get together for 4 hours or so. Other people seem to charge a few hundred bucks for this kind of thing, but I was thinking $250 the first time to give it a shot.

If you've got some interest in participating, go ahead and send me an email to bill at billwadman.com and I'll add you to a list. Also, if you've got any ideas for particular stuff you think I should include, just put them in the comments below, I'd love to hear what you think.