Alright boys and girls, I’m super excited to announce this Mexico City Workshop, coordinated by Pamela Cobo. Although I’m teaching three workshops there, June 16-17 will be the only one Americans will be allowed to (we won’t have a translator for this one). Spaces are limited of course, so if you think you want to join, please contact Pamela asap at firstname.lastname@example.org. She’ll take care of you well.
$290 includes only the workshop; travel and lodging fees is something the photographers will have to take care of on their own. Pamela has all the info on which flights to take, where to lodge & eat, where to have fun, etc; you won’t be lost, promise
If you’re wondering what I’ll be covering at the workshop, and whether you should come, here’s some info that might be useful:
1. If you don’t know what aperture, shutter, and ISO are, then you’re definitely not ready. Of course you still have some time to learn that until the workshop.
2. Ideally, you should be a people/wedding photographer with some sort of website and a desire to learn. This isn’t the requirement, but the type of people I am expecting.
3. The workshop will basically cover in depth my philosophy and approach to photography. I’ll show you exactly what I do to make my images look the way they do. Equipment, light, posing – all that will be covered.
4. Photoshop won’t be covered in depth, because there is simply too much information there. I plan by June to produce a DVD that will probably end up being around 8 hours long, and will cover all the fine details of my editing. It’ll be reasonably priced, and you can purchase it in the summer.
Well I think that’s all for now. If you have questions, feel free to ask me or Pamela.
Hope to see you there!
I’m super duper excited to try something new. Well, it’s not completely new; back in 2007 I went to Texas and photographed the locals. While flying back home, I started remembering all the things I heard during the trip, and I wrote them down. Later, when posting the pictures, I combined the images with text in order to tell a better story of my trip. Well it was my most popular series for a while, and I’ve wanted to bring back something similar.
I photographed Brandie’s & Grant’s engagement session back in the fall, but I didn’t post all of the images. So this is “part 2″.
Images + the things I heard. A story.