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Preconference and Post Conference Workshops

Wednesday, February 17, 2021 10:30 am -5:30 pm EST

Bryan Welsh, M. Photog., Cr., CPP, API. EA-ASP, FP-OR, HFP-OR 

Portrait Business Master Class: Want to learn how you can create a portrait business that can compete in today's competitive markets? The skills of Marketing, Sales, and Entrepreneurship are all needed to carve out clientele from the competition. Learn how Bryan has maintained loyal clients and how he has developed some new Marketing funnels and Sales strategies that deliver the exact customer to his business that helps it thrive. If it's your time to get serious, then this Master Class is perfect for you. The focus will be on Marketing, Sales, and the skills needed to take your business on an exciting and suitable trajectory. This Master Class is perfect for the beginning business owner as well as the established studio owner.

This is a PPA CEC Class.  You will receive a merit for attending.  You must register on the event page.


         To Enter the Meeting use this zoom link  https://zoom.us/j/98217081426

          Passcode will be emailed to you after registration.

          

Thursday, February 18, 2021 9:00am-12:00pm

Eric Francis

Watch your backgrounds- Quit being F$%&ing lazy.

In this presentation and discussion, Eric will talk about the importance of intentional composition, working the layers, eliminating distractions, and making the background part of the process of making better images.

To enter the meeting the Zoom link is   https://zoom.us/j/91914817318   Passcode will be emailed upon registration

  To register for Eric's Pre-Con Class please go to the event page



To register for Hannah's Pre/Post Con Workshop Go to our Event Page

Thursday, February 18, 2021   12:00pm-3:00pm

Hannah Munroe

Preconference Workshop     

  Zoom Link to enter meeting  https://zoom.us/j/99350304600   Passcode will be emailed after registration

Composite Photography: Capturing The Imagination Part 1. Learn how to shoot a composite!
This hands on workshop is what you have been waiting for! This class will cover how to generate ideas and develop them into stories, as well as how to prepare for a shoot and then shoot it! Each step is explained and modeled. Students will have time to practice each part from their own home while receiving guidance and assistance. This class is structured, yet flexible. The purpose is to introduce beginners to composite photography while strengthening and adding to the skills of advanced students. Instruction will be delivered for digital camera users, but cell phone camera users are definitely welcome.

Monday, February 22, 2021  12:00 pm-3:00 pm

Post Conference Workshop        Zoom Link to enter meeting is  https://zoom.us/j/94340098456 Passcode will be emailed after registration

Composite Photography: Capturing The Imagination Part 2: All about editing!
Students have the option to register for Part 1, Part 2 or both.


Your excitement will flourish during this class as you begin to transform multiple photos into a creative image! The intent of this class is to provide students time to sample/practice many editing tools making this class perfect for all levels. This class continues from where Part 1 left off. Using the images shot during Part 1, Munroe will explain and model the editing tools she frequents in photoshop, then guide students as they practice from home. Some editing strategies that will be covered are: “cutting out” objects, adding a different background, creating a dress (or clothing), adding shadows, using the the smudge and blur tool and more. Students registering solely for Part 2 will be provided images to edit. Student who participated in Part 1 may use the images they shot or the images provided.

This class is educational, imaginative and energizing! Register soon!

To fully participate students will need: Photoshop



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