CreativeLIVE 2017 Photo Week

I am honored to be a part of CreativeLIVE’s Photo Week 2017 alongside many of my peers including Joe McNally, Ian Shive, Pratik Naik, Clay Cook, Lindsay Adler, Stacy Pearsall and many more. Photo Week is coming up October 9-13, 2017 and it is a week long series of short 90-minute classes on a wide variety of topics. I will be teaching the following courses on October 12th and 13th:

What it Takes to be a Professional Photographer

Thursday, Oct 12th, 2017
Class starts at 3:00pm PST

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Working as a pro photographer takes commitment, passion and tons of hard work. Many think pro photographers are on an extended vacation and happen to take a few photos while traveling the globe non-stop. While many photographers do travel quite a bit, and some go to exotic locations, the reality is quite different than the perception. In this 90-minute class we will discuss what it takes to be a pro photographer including how to perfect your craft, dial in your marketing, build a following and how to find clients that will hire you. By the end of this class you should have a level-headed, realistic view of what a photography career might entail.

Capturing Action in the Studio

Friday, October 13th, 2017
Class starts at 3:00pm PST

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With the advent of numerous high-speed sync technologies it is now possible to freeze motion like never before. Action Photographer Michael Clark will discuss how to use Hi-Sync (HS) techniques to capture fast moving action in the studio. Working with a parkour athlete we will walk you step by step through the process to figure out this exciting new technology and discuss how it can be used in the studio and out on location.

All week long, these 90-minute classes by 17 instructors will be streaming on the CreativeLIVE website for FREE. Tune in if you have time. There are sure to be some classes that will appeal to just about any photographer. Check out the full list of classes here.

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