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Modelling for us on the workshop was the lovely Deci & Brideen, who did the last workshop we did in Belfast last year.
The last day before heading out to the airport Lisa organised a little shoot with them on the mountain just outside Belfast city centre and I tagged along. I wanted to try and shoot in a slightly different style and experiment a little. So I hope you like the shots.
Thanks so everyone involved in the workshops, we had the best time.
I just wanted to wish everyone that I’ve shot a wedding for, has been a guest at a wedding i’ve shot, a supplier, second shot for me, been on one of my workshops or read the blog a very Merry Christmas.
Every year for the last six years me and my family have shot a Christmas card. This year, as we are now building up quite a collection, I thought i’d share them with you.
So here are the past offerings for you.
Have a SUPER Christmas everyone!!!!
So, the idea this year was to take the Photography Farm on the road and do a scaled down version, but still keeping the same warm and fuzzy feel and giving wedding photographers the skills they need to make their businesses fly. We called these roadshow workshops…..Photography Farm Elements.
We’ve been very fortunate to meet and teach some amazing photographers this year. We’ve been to Belfast, Glasgow (twice), Manchester, London (twice) and Cornwall….where these images were shot.
We stayed in Foye at the amazing Foye Hall Hotel with the website design legend that is Melissa Love giving a guest spot talk at the workshop all about Good Web Design for Photographers as well as SEO for Photographer’s. Lisa did her workshops on Kick Ass Marketing Techniques and The Fundamental Rules for Awesome Couples Shoots. And I taught my Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Flash Photography, but Were Afraid to Ask.
On the second day we were very fortunate to have Sophie and Gareth from Crown and Glory to model for our couples shoots and I took a few shots to show the people on the workshops how I shoot things a little differently using Off-Camera Flash. So here are the images that I shot.
We’re taking Photography Farm Elements back on the road and will be in Belfast in February and back to London in March. So if you’re interested, please do get in contact.
And of course there is the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (thats the only word that I can use to describe it) Farm Week in January where we have some industry leading wedding photographers teaching everything and anything that you’d ever want to know to make yourself an awesome photographer.
After last years mammoth success Photography Farm Week is back. (check out my blog post on 10 things that I learnt at the Photography Farm)
If you don’t know what Farm Week is, in a nut shell the idea is to bring together some of the industries finest photographers to run workshops, talks and panel discussions all in order to refresh / inspire / rejuvenate and take your photography business from strength to strength.
If you’ve been looking for that little something to help your photography grow the chances are that there will be a workshop for you. We’ve got workshops on getting the best from couples shoots, post processing, developing your style, stock photography, legal issues, film photography, photojournalism and styled shoots as well as so much more. Oh and all things Flash Photography.
Last years Photography Farm booked up so well that we’ve really strengthened the line up. We’ve got some amazing photographers including Brooke Davis, Tigz Rice, David McNeil, Joanna Brown, Tavis Johnson, Emma Lucy, Lee Robbins, Laura McCluskey and Neil Douglas Thomas. As well as of course Lisa Devlin and me.
Have a look at the Photography Farm website here to check out more details on the amazing workshops.
Adam here. I know it’s been a while since we’ve spent any time together. I’m a really bad friend. I promise to try and pay you a bit more attention in the future. Although we both know thats a promise thats likely to get broken some time soon.
We stayed at the A.Mazing Fowey Hall in Fowey (pronounced ‘foy’…I don’t know either) which is a typical Cornish seaside village that ticks all the boxes for postcard beauty. Our host for the few days was Melissa Love (her husband manages the hotel) and she gave a workshop on the secrets of successful web design and SEO. Lisa gave her workshops on The Fundamentals of Successful Couples Shoots & Kick Ass Marketing Techniques. And I spread the word of ‘The way of the flash’ teaching On & Off Camera Flash techniques.
On the second day we all did a shoot and I got to show the people on the workshops how I would light a shoot with a couple of Off-Camera Flashes. So check out the two images below to see the results.
Photography Farm Elements is coming to Manchester on 24th & 25th July to help you improve your photography. If you’re interested do give us a shout.