I talked about this fantastic workshop my husband is hosting at the MFGT meeting last week ~ here is a reminder of the details:
- Join Jacqui Shooter Causey-Byers and Bo Gray for an intro on how to start shooting in manual to get the most out of your camera.
- $75 per person (Coffee and soft drinks provided - cash bar for wine/beer/liquor).
- ***You will need a DSLR, Tripod, a remote shutter release.***
Please send me an email if you would like to attend this workshop - firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the perfect opportunity for you to get the information & inspiration required to begin taking some incredible photos with your Big fancy camera. I don't have a fancy camera, but I will be at the event soaking up the inspiration and scenery.
Last September, my husband Bo and I worked with Westminster Fabrics to produce lovely photography for their product catalog for International Quilt Market in Houston, TX. The day couldn't have been more perfect. Gina and her husband Sam were kind enough be the modern faces of Westminster Fabrics - we even had Sue Lauer's Westie, Spencer make his debut for the shoot with some very stylish Kaffe kerchiefs. Spencer definitely has a future in the fabric world :). The entire shoot was photographed at Graylyn and was a big success. Westminster had a difficult time selecting which photos to use with so many great options. I should probably clarify that Bo took all of the photos - I acted as the stylist for the shoot. Here are a few of my favorite shots from the day ~
The weather this Sunday should be ideal for taking photos. I hope you can make it.
love, karen ox