Two Great Workshops This Weekend in Los Angeles
Although the topic of workshops is a big topic of debate these days, there are a couple of workshops that I highly recommend (and will be attending myself). If you have time on Friday or Saturday and are near Los Angeles, do yourself a favor and check out these workshops and see if they appeal to you. As with any workshop, investigate it completely and make sure the descriptions and agenda are going to provide you with the information that you are looking for. These two workshops are the Scott Robert Limâ€™s Mentoring Program and Syl Arenaâ€™s Speedlite Intensive.
Scott Robert Lim – Mentoring Program
Los Angeles, CAÂ May 14, 2010
The Four Elements of WOW- How to create images with impact.
Posing 101 (part 1)
How to use one light and available light.
The Goal is to teach any photographer from the ground up and help develop them into an elite photographer through a year long teaching process on all facets of professional portrait and wedding photography. Scott will assign projects that will be accessed and critiqued and provide personal, customized coaching to maximize the learning experience of each individual photographer ensuring they are competent at each necessary skill. Every lesson is accompanied with 4 hours of practical hands on learning and experimentation. It is Scott’s desire to provide the most comprehensive photographic program in the country- certifying a new generation of highly skilled and successful artists ready for real world application.
The Method is to combine world class teaching with fully stylized live practice sessions and individualized coaching.
Sat. May 15, 2010 – 9:00a to 5:30p
Doors will open at 8:30a
Doubletree Hotel / LAX
1985 East Grand Ave
El Segundo, CA 90245
This one-day seminar focuses exclusively on Canon Speedlites. Youâ€™ll get the how-to and why-to specific to your Canon gear. Itâ€™s called theâ€˜Speedliterâ€™s Intensiveâ€™ for a reasonâ€”a ton of information will be headed your way all day.
This seminar is for anyone who wants to learn how to get their Speedlite(s) off the top of their camera and to start crafting well-lit photographs. Regardless of whether youâ€™re a novice with one Speedlite or an experienced shooter with many Speedlites, your Speedlite technique will jump to the next level after investing a day at the Speedliterâ€™s Intensiveâ„¢.