Friday, 14 January 2011

Photography Workshop

My American blog friend Rachel will be hosting a photography workshop here in the UK in July, and I'm helping her out by giving her a bit of a plug.

Here's what she has to say about it:
Rachel Durik of Savor Photography has been teaching photography workshops around the United States and was even the featured teacher at the I Heart Faces workshop in Dallas. She's now bringing her workshop to the UK! This intensive, full-day workshop will be held in the London area this summer.

Date: Saturday, July 23.
Where: The beautiful ground of Haileybury College, just 30 miles north of London.
Time: 10am-6pm.
Cost: £375, including lunch, On Willow Presets and Rachel's workflow Photoshop actions. If you want to bring a friend, an additional ticket can be bought for £300.

Who: The ideal attendee is an advanced amateur and ready to take it to the next level and go pro, or someone who is newly pro.

What: The workshop will cover lighting (natural, and off/on-camera flash), shooting methods, exposure, setting up a shoot, interacting with clients, posing, post-processing in Lightroom and Photoshop, and the business of photography. We’ll also have a mini-session on the beautiful grounds of Haileybury. It’s going to be great!

In order to provide maximum attention to each attendee, spaces are limited! To register or read more information, go here.
Feel free to tell Rachel that you found out about her workshop through my blog;  I am not receiving any incentive to advertise it on Rachel's behalf.


Amy said...

I really love the photography on this blog and if I were anywhere close I'd love to take a class with Rachel - her photos are just beautiful!

humel said...

This sounds amazing Ruth, and I wish I could attend! I hope it goes really well :-)

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

A lovely way to promote your friend's class. Her blog and photos are beautiful!

American Mum said...

Thanks, Ruth!

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