I am heading to Phoenix, Arizona this January for a double-header in terms of spreading the photography education love 🙂
First off, I’ll be co-presenting a (late decided-upon, very late announced!!!) pre-con class at Imaging USA on Friday, January 9th, along with my exceptionally multi-talented teacher/photographer/product creator friend Jesh de Rox.
We will presenting a class entitled, “The Client Experience Workflow: Connection, Capture & Post-Processing”. We are developing new instructional materials for this seminar, so it will be a bit different from what either of us have taught before. You can see more details here.
Thank you to Buckeye Color Lab and Simply Canvas for sponsoring this course – (and me), again!!
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In addition, while I am in Phoenix, I will also be a mentor at the DWF Convention, where I mentored last year and met some wonderful people. And I’m not even talking about Jeff Caplan (Founder) and Tim Uhl (Marketing Director) !!
The coolest part of it is that each photographer who pays to meet and chat is actually happily contributing directly to charitable causes. So a total win-win-win: I get to meet some fabulous photographers, they get to ask whatever questions that may have – whether they are technical, business, or long-term strategic – and cancer research gets one more needed major contribution, once all the mentor fees are collected.
My schedule for mentoring is already booked out for this year, but I do believe there are some pretty amazing photographers still available to meet – so if you will be down in Phoenix for that time period, check out the DWF for more details!!