Posted by: David Vernon | February 25, 2012

Workshops Galore

2012 Winter-Spring Workshops

I know I know. Two years of practically nothing and then three posts in a row. It’s bipolar posting and this is the manic day.

Ann Conver and I have been teaching photography workshops in and around Central Illinois for three years now. We feel like we’ve kind of hit our stride and so we’ve consequently hit the ground running in 2012. And even if this is the third post of the day, I failed to advertise this here previously – so here we go… (and sorry – you’ve now missed the sports shooting workshop which concludes tomorrow).

  • Hands on Lighting Workshop – March 9/10 – we teach the basics of lighting on Friday night and then you bring in your model on Saturday and we walk through a number of set-ups showing you HOW to set it up and how to shoot it properly.
  • Exploring Indiana Dunes – April 14/15 – we’ll head up on Saturday morning and shoot through to sunset. We’ll then have a nice dinner, hit the sack up there, and then shoot sunrise and Sunday morning before coming back. The Dunes are actually pretty awesome.
  • The Wedding Workshop – April 28 – traditionally one of our best attended workshops. We show you how to get through the entire day – and all the rest of the process.
  • The Landscape Workshop – May 15/19 – Starved Rock State Park. We’ll give you all the basics of landscape shooting at the pre-session on Tuesday and then we’ll reconvene at Starved Rock for a day of shooting on May 19. It’s a great time of year to be up there.

For all the details, you can see this workshop flyer life size here.


  1. Can’t wait, can’t wait, can’t wait!

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