I admit it. I love sharing what I know with people. In fact, that's what most of the writing on this blog is about. But there's something about teaching people in person which totally trounces writing, so I'm going to do what I've been meaning to do for years now.
I'm announcing a series of workshops here in New York City in which I'll going to explain how I make portraits. One every couple of months is the plan. Since it's a lot of information, we're going to start at the beginning with the first workshop with 'Light'. I'll talk about controlling available light, how I use speedlights, studio strobes & modifiers, how to get the best out of your subject, lens selection, and more. You'll have questions, I'll have answers.
Saturday May 12th is going to be the date, and we'll work together for 4 hours from 1PM to 5PM in the afternoon. I'll have an attractive model of some persuasion for you to work with, and we'll spend some time critiquing each other's results so that all of us can walk away better photographers.
Total Workshop Fee for 'Light': $250 + $50 model fee
If you're interested and would like to register, all I need right now is a $125 non-refundable deposit to save your spot. Click below to be taken to the Paypal site to snag a seat for what I hope is going to be a great and knowledge packed afternoon.
Also, since this is the first one, I'm going to limit it to a fairly small number of participants so don't wait too long to sign-up!
In subsequent workshops I plan to cover conceptual compositing, digital workflow, and retouching. Don't panic this is just the beginning. Very exciting!