Web Workshops I’ve Got My Eye On
Written by: Tiffany Joyce
Hi friends! I’ve been collecting a list of web workshops and seminars that I would like to attend, and I thought I would share them with you.
THIS WEEKEND: I won’t be able to attend this one, since I’ll be in Indianapolis photographing the MotoGP race, but I would have liked to attend! Mark Wallace, of Snapfactory and Adorama.tv, is hosting Anatomy of a Photoshoot with the folks at CreativeLive. This is a FREE, live, on-line three-day workshop (if you can’t attend, a DVD of the workshop costs $149.00). A free three-day workshop is a PHENOMENAL offering and I hope you all take advantage of it.
CreativeLive has a huge catalog of webinars, many of them free, so be sure to check them out!
The Manfrotto School of Excellence also has a calendar of regularly scheduled web workshops and seminars. Some of them are product plugs (I attended the Datacolor one and I found it to be pretty darned informative), but many of them are subject-driven. For instance, John Ricard is hosting Principles of Studio Photography 01 – Understanding How to Light Multiple Elements in a Scene on September 30th, for those of you who would like to strengthen their knowledge in that area.
Finally, check out Big Picture Classes for truly inspirational workshops. Tracey Clark is leading The Art of Composition beginning in September. It is a 12-week on-line course designed to help photographers learn to create visually compelling images. The cost is $299 and includes all required class materials and access to message boards and private galleries.
Are you planning on attending any on-line seminars, workshops, or courses? Tell us about them in the comments or on our Facebook page!
Photo Credit: “Swamp Bokeh” by Dawn Huczek on Flickr Creative Commons.
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