Sunday evening I was lucky enough to have an early dinner at the Rock Bottom Brewery with two of my favorite photographers! Sara from Sara Lil Photography and Amy Prutch from AJ's Studio. I am so lucky to be able to hang out with such beautiful and talented women all the time!! Thanks girls!
Legendary photographer David Beckstead is coming to Oregon April 14th and 15th and there are just a couple spots left! In case you missed my first post - here are some details:
David Beckstead was named as one of the top 10 wedding photographers in the world by American Photo Magazine- and he is coming to Corvallis to lead a two day workshop. He will teach his art of bringing together light, lines, shapes, shadows and highlights to create phenomenally unique wedding photography.
We will be shooting all over the valley, including the unique opportunity to shoot inside Reser Stadium at Oregon State University! Because of the small number of students - this is an opportunity to learn one-on-one from a photography master. Don’t let this pass you by.
Part of being a photographer is continuing to learn and grow my skills. One of the tools I have had in my gear is a specialized lens that creates a selective focus area of the shot. Steve Anchell is a local photographer who is an expert at using this particular lens. Sara Lil and I spent the day in Salem browsing through antique shops and walking along the streets of downtown enjoying the stunning fall weather. Unfortunately I had to leave the workshop early, but big thanks to Steve for the day of learning and fun.
This is an antique Perming Machine. It looked like a medieval torture device!