As many of you know, this past year has been focused heavily on education. With photography workshops taking place all over the United States, and an upcoming tutorial series with a comprehensive breakdown of my entire workflow. However, I’m not done yet, and am excited to announce my photography workshops tour.
In the next 3 months, I’ll be working with various brands and companies to give the best education all over the United States. This first piece of it is a trial run, traveling to Albuquerque, NM, Kalamazoo, MI and Washington, D.C. with Phase One at my side the whole way through.
What Are These Photography Workshops About?
These photography workshops are a comprehensive 8 hour day that will teach you how to drastically improve your photography and lighting on location. With the use of off camera lighting and ND Filters, I will personally teach you how to create beautiful light on both your subjects and your scenes. Cinematic environmental portraits that will help build your portfolio, and book you more jobs within the industry. Not only is this a photography lecture teaching all these techniques, but it’s a hands on class as well. The entire class will be broken into two parts, one in lecture format, allowing you to learn and discuss the techniques taught. The second portion is hands on. With lighting equipment provided by Zach Sutton, you’re able to learn how to properly light subjects (using a model hired for the session) in any environment, resulting in better photos, more jobs, and a better portfolio book. This lecture also has a Q&A section, allowing you to ask questions beyond lighting – from business practices to workflow processes. These photography workshops are incredibly extensive, and limited to 10 students for $250.
Who Are These Photography Workshops For?
Everyone. Tailored with both the beginner and seasoned pro in mind, these photography workshops are taught in a way to improve everyone’s work, and not just tailored to a single demographic or type of photographer. From senior photos, to weddings; this outdoor lighting workshop will improve your photography skills.
Where Are These Photography Workshops Taking Place?
These photography workshops are taking place in three different cities all over the United States. This is just a preliminary tour, so additional photography workshop dates may be added to this tour. At this time, the schedule can be seen below.
What Is Included In These Photography Workshops?
These photography workshops include tons of information for all photographers. Included with this class and on location training is a thumbdrive containing photoshoot breakdowns, retouching techniques, workflow actions and more. These photography workshop also gives you full access to the highest quality gear in the industry, provided by LensRentals.
Perhaps the most exciting announcement is that these workshops are going to be sponsored by some of the biggest brands in the business, allowing you to not only learn about new techniques, but have the day playing around with some of the absolute best equipment in the industry.
That’s right, I have PhaseOne on board for this workshop. Not only will a tech be there to show you all of the working parts of CaptureOne and the PhaseOne systems, but we’ll have PhaseOne cameras there as well, allowing you to test drive the Ferrari of camera gear for the day. The daily rental cost of a 645df+ w/ IQ250 is over $450. That alone pays for the workshop nearly two times over. This camera system will be for use of attendees of this workshop, allowing you to get the best possible image quality while on location following the lecture portion of the class. They’ll also be providing Capture One Express to the attendees, a $100 value.
Along side PhaseOne, LensRentals will be supplying gear for these photography workshops, along with Profoto B1 studio strobes. Not only is Profoto among the highest quality lighting gear for photographers today, the B1 is the most advanced cordless studio strobe in history. They’ll also be supplying many lens loadouts and gear that students may need to get the best possible photographs for your portfolio.
Reviews From Previous Photography Workshop Attendees
Examples of My Photography Work, and Topics Taught
For more information or to sign up for these photography workshops, feel free to visit my photography workshops website by clicking here.
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