Just over a month ago, I had the opportunity to teach a wedding photography workshop alongside one of my all-time favorite photographers, Leah Nash. The Artistic Wedding Workshop was hosted by Newspace Center for Photography, an incredible non-profit learning center and art gallery. The goal of this two-day workshop was to familiarize aspiring wedding photographers with the wedding photography industry and give them an opportunity to get some hands on experience posing and photographing couples. The first day of the workshop was spent in the classroom, talking about the various styles of wedding photography, business tips, client relations, wedding albums, etc. The second day was spent on location, photographing real brides and grooms! As Leah mentioned in her blog post, this workshop would not have been possible without the generous support of many people including talented florsit Francoise Weeks, who made the gorgeous floral bouquets, make-up artist Nanielle Travers, who did a beautiful job styling our brides, and the lovely photographer Inger Klekacz who assisted us and kept us in line and on time. A special thanks to our wonderful guest speaker Eric Cable, who joined us on day two of the workshop to talk about lighting and flash (you can see some of his photos in the blog post below). I also want to send a a HUGE thank you to Urban Studio who let us use their beautiful space for day two of the workshop. I absolutely love Urban Studio! I’ve photographed and attended a wedding at Urban Studio and both experiences were exceptional. It was also the perfect space to teach our workshop. Thank you, Via! Last but not least, I want to thank our amazing models, Danielle & Kevin and Danielle & Aaron, who generously donated their Sunday to help make The Artistic Wedding Workshop a success. You guys are the best. Thank you so much!
To see a few photos I took while teaching the class, please click on the photo below. The last four photos in this post are courtesy of Eric Cable.
Photo by Eric Cable. Photo by Eric Cable. Photo by Eric Cable.Photo by Eric Cable.