I'm teaching and holding shooting workshops at the Glamourcon convention in Long Beach on November 10th and 11th. On the 10th I'm doing a lecture as well as a shooting workshop, and on Sunday I'll be holding a second shooting workshop. I've been doing this for a few years now and I love it, I hope to see some of you there! You can check out the details and register here: http://www.glamourcon.com/workshops/main.mv
Thanks for your time.
P.S. Had to repost with event location in title. Sorry I'm a bit of a newbie to the forums!
Good luck with your workshop. Good to see that an accomplished professional photographers is willing to share their knowledge and experiences. I will recommend some people here to take a look at your registration page and see if they can swing it. Best wishes.
Elegante wrote: Definitely interested. what do I need to bring in terms of lighting?
Nothing! I set the lights up myself- for the shooting workshops there are two different kinds of lighting on two different backgrounds (one is a soft, even light, one is a more dramatic, moody light). There are two models for each session and one outfit change, so really you walk away with 4 different looks. You do have to bring your camera and if you have your own pocket wizard that is recommended, though I will have extras for those who don't have one.
I am also doing a lecture on Saturday- for that, you don't need anything except for an unwavering attention span and a tolerance for bad jokes.
Dan Howell Tearsheets wrote: Good luck with your workshop. Good to see that an accomplished professional photographers is willing to share their knowledge and experiences. I will recommend some people here to take a look at your registration page and see if they can swing it. Best wishes.
p.s. I think we might share some clients.
Thank you! Actually it's funny when I was growing up I either wanted to be a photographer or an English teacher. With the workshops, I get to do a bit of both.
GeM Photographic wrote: Have you ever thought about running the workshops at the Chicago GlamourCon?
Yes, but that's a big pain in the butt... I would have to fly my assistant out with me, I don't know any models in Chicago (I carefully choose models who I know are easy to work with, patient, and friendly for the best experience for everyone), I would have to rent lights, etc, etc... I would have to make it financially workable, and right now I'm just so busy the thought of flying out to Chicago and all that organizing just isn't appealing.
Santa Barbara, California, US
Oooooh Holly, we'll since I missed your last seminar I will try to make this one. I will have to see if its do-able for me. I was about to sell off my DSLR gear but I guess it'll have to wait till after nov. 11th
Just a heads up, my Sunday workshop has sold out, and the Saturday workshop only has one slot left. My lecture on Saturday has no limit, so there will always be spaces open for that one. Thanks to everyone who signed up!