Good Morning Everybody,
Well, I pushed the cart over the hill a few days ago - brochures are in the mail and emails are zinging through the Internet inviting photographers to my Digital WakeUp Call tour [link]. I have to say, between finishing the book and getting the tour out the door, sleep time seems a bit rare around here;~)
We are putting finishing touches on the DWC Tour Handbook which is including a complete outline of my presentation along with several marketing and business tips. Our sponsors also have several specials for all the attendees too.
Wait there's more - I'm working on the Tour DVD which includes, count them, 46 tutorials on all things Lighting, Lightroom, Photography, Photoshop, Marketing and business building. Here is the kicker - all the published info says the DWC Tour DVD contains 2 hour of solid information which is a ton of good stuff. Here is the reality - it contains nearly 4 hours of instruction on all of the above! I know, I just added up all the times. Heck, now you can come by and hear the 4 hour "live" presentation and take four more hours of training home with you - 8 hours total!
My thanks to everyone dedicated to making Digital WakeUp Call - A New Dawn the best digital photography seminar of the year. Remember, we are heading to sunny Florida first, and then Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Buffalo - hope to see you there. I'll keep you posted with further developments.
Hey, how about we kick off with another Technique Tuesday - here we go...
Too Little - Too Much Time; How Long Does It Take To Shoot The Wedding Formals
On the wedding day we never have too much time to do the "wedding group pics" or as we say - the wedding formals. It's always too little time. So how much time do I take to get all the pics of the bride and groom, moms and dads, wedding party, extended family groups and all the special shots. Do I shoot them before, after, or in-between? Hit the PLAY button below to find out.
Hey gang, that's it for me today. See ya' tomorrow, -David