Next month, I’m so excited to be participating in Shannon Ho‘s first ever workshop for photographers (and, I’ll go ahead and just invite you: creatives)! I’ve been in on some behind-the-scenes conversations with Shannon about this workshop for a couple of years now. She’s one of the most talented photographers I know, and I’m so passionate about her work, and I’m so excited to that she’s going to be sharing her tips and tricks with other photographers. To even take it a step further, I’ll say that I’m excited to learn the secrets to her lighting technique. She’s been generous enough to share some lighting tips with me in the past, but I’m eager to learn more and get a little bit of practice in, as well.
So, here’s the scoop:
- The workshop is April 10th – 13th. That’s a Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
- Register here.
- Including Shannon and myself, you get to hang out with Ashley Ann from Under The Sycamore and Alissa Mazzenga from Feast Calligraphy. There are only 10 attendees, so it will be an intimate retreat.
- It’s a workshop about photography and balance, and it just so happens that several of us love Jesus. However, you don’t have to be a professional photographer to attend (amateurs like myself are welcome). We’re going to be talking about how to find and practice balance, so it’s only for people who kinda need help in that arena–and frankly, WE ALL DO. Balance is a practice, not a science. And while we’ll be looking at everything through the lens of how Christ wants us to practice balance and our art, you don’t have to have the spiritual side of things all figured out, either. Come to learn, and come to share.
- It’s going to be in the most gorgeous house EVAH. People, 10,000 square feet of luxury. It’s going to be the best slumber party ever. And I’m not really into slumber parties.
No matter where you are on your entrepreneurial journey, if any of that sounds like it strikes a chord with you, please consider joining us. There are only a couple of spots left. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me using the contact form!
P.S. In case I’ve almost talked you into this, one more thought: it would help if you had a digital SLR camera. If you’ve been in business for a couple of years, you probably do, and in that case, you’d just need a decent lens to get the most out of the workshop from a photography standpoint. If you are just starting and haven’t made an investment in a decent camera, I can promise you that it’s an investment you won’t regret, especially if you also have kids. All that to say, don’t let the camera situation or your comfort using it hold you back from joining us!