Seascape Workshop Number 2 Last Weekend

27 07 2009
One of the images produced by participant Shannon Sakovits during the course

One of the images produced by participant Shannon Sakovits during the course

Last weekend I ran my second Seascape Workshop.   Had a great bunch of photographers that spanned a wide range of abilitites.  What is especially satisfying to me is that all the participants seem to get a lot out of the workshop.  While some of the newer photographers might not follow every step of the Photoshop workflow, they certainly understand the concepts and gain an appreciation of what is going on.  The detailed manual and CDROM with videos allow them to replicate it back home at their own pace.

Jakub getting down and dirty

Jakub getting down and dirty

We had awesome weather and gorgeous sunrise again for the shoot on Sunday.  Also my 3 sons stayed out of hospital this time so I could finish the post processing session without rushing things.

I hope the participants enjoyed the workshop as much as I did.

The next workshop is going to be in early September if anybody is interestested (confirming numbers now but I think I will have about 3 spots left).  More information about the seascape workshops can be found here.

Julie composing a shot in-between waves

Julie composing a shot in-between waves


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28 07 2009
Johnno

Glad to hear it went well.

Nice running into you all at Turi. the place was busier than Pitt St that morning. I thought they were all with you, but it seems that Turi was the place to be last Sunday.

J.

30 07 2009
craig chiswell

Hi Brent, when was that workshop in early sept, how early is early?

Cheers
Craig

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