NEW CLASS STARTS APRIL 2017…
More information coming soon. Watch this space for more news coming February, 2017.
MEET LARAE LOBDELL
For those who may not know, LaRae started her career in the Seattle area, and is now living in the Miami area. She has been a host on CreativeLIVE, shot many musicians and artists, and is now working with Polaroid University on a project to teach photography to beginners and intermediate shooters.
Recently she was in a very bad car accident, one that may slow most of us down. LaRae powered through it and is really back at it 100%. She is an inspiration for many of us.
I caught up with LaRae and we had a nice chat. I hope you enjoy the interview. She takes us through some of her images in the second half of the video.
“Failure is an essential and inevitable part of success.” – LaRae Tweetable.
LaRae Lobdell Contact
8 WEEK PORTRAIT WORKSHOP ONE
One of the most popular workshops we do. This is an intense, shooting workshop where we study the work of 8 top level photographers to learn what they do, how they do it and why.
8 WEEK STILL LIFE WORKSHOP
The students who take this class tell me they learn so much about shooting still life that it changes their approach to photography. An intense, but totally fascinating look at shooting inanimate subjects.
The Webinar last Thursday was really fun.
Big shout out to Steve Collins and James Eisele for joining in and letting people know how the system works for them.
Here is the replay.
If portraiture is your interest, we are starting the 8 Week Portrait Workshop 102 in January. There are still a few openings if you are interested. See the workshop page for more information on this unique class. Lots going on in that class, and if you love portraiture, you should check it out.
The second course is a brand new one we decided to call the 8 Week Still Life Class. Most likely because it is 8 weeks long and focuses on still life and table top work. This is somewhat new for us, so we are looking at other disciplines that could be brought into the 8 week structure.
These 8 week units have been very popular and we love teaching them. I hope you check them out if you are interested.
One of the most difficult parts of commercial photography is shooting to layout. A designer or art director has an approved layout, and your shot must work within the elements on the page. We see it a lot in catalog, advertising, collateral, and web oriented assignments.
For this particular assignment, the image had to be crafted to fit in the pre-approved design of the point of purchase (POP) display. Designed to go in hundreds of mom ‘n pop hardware stores and nurseries the goal of the shot is grab some attention and get the viewer to take a brochure. There would be three brochure racks hanging below the lower band and hide most of the image.