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There are so many workshops out there right now it is hard to know which ones are good and which ones will not be worth your time. There are a few out there that will definitely change the way you look at photography and how you approach shooting. Last summer I was a participant at Roots Workshop on Cape Cod and it certainly took my photography to another level. I have been working and shooting in the photography industry since 1999 and I feel as though I have really just begun. Granted I have had no formal training and have relied on different people teaching me throughout the years… but spending 4 days working on my craft with the insightful suggestions of Greg Gibson has taken me to a level that I did not think I would attain. I still am humbled by so much talent in our industry today, but I feel like I can approach a scene with what I want to do in mind and capture it.
The timing of the workshop could not be better…falling in July when you can really take what you learn and apply it to your weddings the rest of the season. This year I will be attending the workshop as the cook(notice I didn’t say chef) and look forward to helping out any way I can.
The 2009 staff line-up includes Emilie Sommer (emilie inc.), Greg Gibson (Greg Gibson Photography), Arnold Miller (NewsDay), Jennifer Domenick (love Life Images), Tyler Wirken (Wirken Photography), Mark Adams (Lacour), and Rachel Niesen (LaCour). Wedding Photography Workshop
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You can see some of the stories that were shot last year here:
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