Yep thats right, Lisa Devlin and I are back on the road taking the Photography Farm Elements workshops around the British Isles. This time we're hitting Birmingham, Dublin & Glasgow.
So the workshops breaks down like this:
Day one is all about taking the fear out of flash photography and giving you everything that you need to become a lighting pro and not stress about dark venues any more.
We'll be looking at On and Off Camera flash and how to get the most out of the kit you already have or if you don't have it, we'll help you buy the right kit and not waste your money.
Day one is all about becoming 'Friends with your Flash.
Day Two is over to one of the UK's top wedding photographers and master teacher, Lisa Devlin who will be giving your wedding photography business a right good kick up the ass. You'll learn all about attracting the right client, finding your voice, SEO and marketing your business like a guru as well as going on a super fun shoot to hone your photography skills.
Day two is just what your business needs to make it successful in the wedding industry.
A couple of special announcements are that in:
Birmingham on 22nd & 23rd April we'll be joined by the one and only Lisa Jane Photography who was recently named one of the rising stars of wedding photography. Lisa has second shot for Lisa Devlin and myself and I can tell you she's amazing and brings with her a sense of intimacy with her photography that I can only dream of capturing. Lisa Jane will be also teaching on Day Two.
Dublin 29th & 30th April we'll be joined by the amazing and super lovely Paula O'hara who's photography is just stunning. She'll be guest speaking about approaching your business with creativity and how that flows through everything you do. As well as carrying out a very special shoot.
And in Glasgow on 24th & 25th June we'll be joined by the photography tour de force that is Neil Thomas Douglas. He may be the hardest working man in the wedding photography industry. He'll be talking about his unique approach to shooting couples and how he works with them to achieve epic results.
And as a special first for Farm Elements I'll be also running my commercial photography workshop for those photographers who want to expand their business and earn money outside of the wedding industry. I'm always asked about the best way to approach clients, book jobs, charge etc. and following the massive success of this workshop at Photography Farm Week i'll be teaching it as a separate workshop on Day Two.
WOW I'm actually amazed at the awesomeness of all of that. I didn't realise how epic it was till i've just seen it in one place.