Friday, February 22, 2008

theLAB

For the next few day this will stay on top. Future posts will go beneath it.




Fred Egan: Portraits
Amy Coffey: Kids
Michael Norwood: Weddings

We're three photographers who love what we do and want to share it with others. Come hang out with us and learn how we work, how we shoot, how we interact with clients. Come be stretched technically and inspired creatively. Change the way you think and look at your photography and leave with the knowledge you need to continue growing and some killer images to add to your portfolio.

WHEN: April 20-23, 2008
We'll get together Sunday night to meet, eat and get to know each other. Monday morning everything begins with some classroom time covering marketing and the technical side of shooting. After lunch we'll head out for a live shoot and then to dinner. Tuesday we'll cover post-processing and the artistic side of shooting. After lunch we'll head out for another live shoot and then to dinner. Wednesday's schedule looks the same... classroom time, lunch and the workshop concludes with the last live shoot.

WHERE: Glen Rose, TX... a little town outside Dallas with a lot of charm and a million places to shoot. You'll stay at a charming lodge on the bank of the Brazos River.

COST: $1500

Tuition includes 3 days of in-depth training with Fred, Amy and Michael, lodging and all meals, 3 live shoots, one on one portfolio critique.

We'll cover the technical and artistic aspects of shooting (camera settings, composition, seeing the light, being inspired, working with clients during the shoot), workflow (from raw files to finished product), post-processing, marketing, getting published.

Space is limited so reserve your spot soon! Email info (at) thelabworkshop.com

(photos by Nick Onken, Curt Coffey and Trever Hoehne respectively.)

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8 Comments:

Blogger Matt said...

OK I realize you are trying to keep some sort of a bloging streak going, but honestly this is a lame substitute for a blog entry. So fellow mnp blog readers, lets take a poll. Does this count as an entry? I am voting for NO, which would end the consecutive bloging streak at 18. Unless he adds another by the end of the day.

7:21 AM  
Blogger mike Carpenter said...

I'm in!!

11:38 AM  
Blogger Matt said...

My bad... I didnt realize it was something you were doing. I retract my statement. Love ya :)

9:25 AM  
Blogger Brittany Leigh said...

ooo...need a model!?!? :) i know someone who would love to go to texas!! :)

3:20 PM  
Blogger Lyndee said...

I don't think I will be able to make this one but keep us updated if you do another one! :)

10:47 PM  
Blogger Tiffany Aicklen said...

oooh . . . I want to come:)

11:41 PM  
Blogger Bridget said...

This will be a fantastic workshop! I hope you fill it up. See ya in two weeks dude!

David

6:59 PM  
Anonymous andy said...

Craig and I may need to take a road trip for an evening.

8:14 PM  

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