I’ve spent a lifetime saying “CAL-gah-Ree”. Now I find out it’s “CAL-gree”. Who knew?
Anyway, I’m pleased to announce (at last) a Canadian workshop, in the great city of Calgary. In March! (Can you say, “dog-sledding”?) Sponsored by The Camera Store, it’s a 3-part event (you can attend all three, or just the parts you want): An evening lecture, a ‘beginners’ workshop, and an ‘advanced’ workshop.
Dates are March 4th, 5th, and 6th, 2011.
The Friday lecture will be some slides, some video, some stories, and a look behind the scenes of what I’m up to, day to day. Last time I did this there was almost non-stop Q&A going on, which was great because I’m pretty boring otherwise it kept me from rambling on too long (sometimes I get enthusiastic).
The Saturday and Sunday workshops will be modeled after the ones I’ve been doing, with the added twist that they’re divided into Beginner and Advanced days. The Saturday one is geared more towards beginners who might be using off-camera flash for the first time, and folks who don’t already have experience shooting interiors, and the Sunday one is for photographers who have been shooting interiors with flash, and want to take things to the next level.
Registration and more info HERE.