Posts Tagged ‘photography workshops’

Teri Quance Photography Workshop Review

February 22nd, 2012

Teri Quance of Quance Design and Photography brought a little Texas up to Illinois a couple days ago, and I was lucky enough to catch her workshop. In fact, her class was held in room A at Studio M, our photography rental studio in Belleville. Bonus! Plus she presented some great ideas.

Where we’re meant to be Right away Teri took off in a soul-searching morning filled with new ideas, group discussion, and worksheets. The bad news is now a room full of photographers know that I wanted to be a firefighter ninja when I was a kid. The good news is that I did also think back to times in my childhood where I experimented as a writer, musician, and videographer. At the end of[...]

Get In Motion Tour Review

October 11th, 2011

Last night I attended the Get In Motion Tour on the St Louis stop. In case the name threw you off, the tour is not a row of exercise bikes that wives force their husbands to go ride for 5 hours. Seriously, why would you think that? The tour is about transforming boring photographers into superhuman videographers. How much more exciting is that? My heart rate is already in the cardio zone just thinking about all the idea candy they were tossing around last night.

Jeff And Ross I’ve found that it’s tough to learn from someone you don’t like. Good news for me – I liked both of the tour presenters. Jeff seemed like the kind of guy you could call up any ti[...]

Rebekah Albaugh Photography Workshop Review

September 23rd, 2011

At our last Southern Illinois Art League meeting, we had the pleasure of having Rebekah Albaugh spend a day with us teaching us her tricks for running a successful photography business. I don’t know about the other photographers, but Larissa and I enjoyed quite a few laughs and had a great time learning from Rebekah! We’re planning to catch up with her again soon because she seems like such a great photographer to know.

Instant connection Larissa and I both felt a quick connection to Rebekah. Maybe it was her style of presentation or just that she seemed to enjoy living life. Whatever it was, she did a fantastic job building a relationship bridge in the workshop. I[...]