Wedding Photography Workshop | August 2016 | Charleston, SC

We are bringing our Wedding Photography Workshop to Charleston this coming August 8-11th, 2016, and we’d love for you to be there!

Attention fellow wedding photographers! I’m excited to announce we will be doing our 4 day intensive wedding photography workshop in Charleston coming up this August 8-11th, 2016. This will be 4 full days of education that will break down the entire wedding photography experience from beginning to end, with a huge emphasis on the craft of photography, and how to become a better overall image maker. Everything from client interaction, posing fundamentals, in an depth look at lighting techniques on location, composition principles, as well as album design theory and design will be discussed during this wedding photography workshop. We will be doing live shoots on multiple days, and even an evening shoot midweek. As always we are going to have a great time! This class will run Monday August 8th thru Thursday August 11th, 9am-5pm each day.

Here’s a little of what some of our past students had to say about their program experience:

“It’s very hard to know where to start, unless I make comparisons to how I used to shoot. Normally, I’d feel totally insecure without my rolling bag, containing 6 speedlights, 10 triggers, lenses, etc. I didn’t know what to think when we were instructed to only bring two lenses, and a camera body!! I was used to making my own work harder, by not using the light that was already there!! I learned to use the existing light to my advantage, through placement, taking charge of the event, and posing! I couldn’t believe the results!!! I could now use ANY light source, to produce dramatic images, without even carrying a flash!! Then, we learned tons of expert tips on posing, that will make ANYONE look fantastic, no matter their shape or size. Combined with posing the subject in relation to the gorgeous light……there is no way you won’t be able to make awesome photos of any subject, anywhere!! When I left the workshop, I felt 100% prepared to implement everything I learned, and could guarantee that the shots would be fantastic!!!! This wedding photography workshop, in my opinion, worth at least 4 times what I paid to go! I would recommend this class to anyone seeking to make an incredible leap in the quality of their work, and add a high-end look to their images!!”
– Jonathan Torres, I See You Beautiful Photography, Greenville, SC

“I recently traveled from St. Louis MO to South Carolina to attend Ted and Rachel’s “Crafting a Wedding Masterpiece” wedding photography workshop offered at the Lamar School, through the PPA. I have attended several workshops by industry “celebrities” and walked away with disappointment. I can honestly say that with out a doubt Ted and Rachel’s course has been the best investment I have made in myself as a wedding photographer. Both Ted and Rachel are open books about their business, shooting techniques, and artistic vision. All four days were JAM PACKED with information and REAL WORLD (read REAL WEDDING) advice. They share how to make even the worst location look amazing!!! Both Ted and Rachel took the time to critique images taken by the students, as well as help during the ample amount of shooting time offered. This wasn’t the kind of workshop where you had a styled shoot and watched the pros work-they worked right along side the students encouraging and critiquing. Anyone who wants to grow as a wedding photographer would be luck to take this class. I am so happy I did.” 
– Dana Tate, Dana Tate Photographer, Eureka, MO

“My wife and I took Ted and Rachel’s “Crafting a Wedding Masterpiece” wedding photography workshop at the Professional Photographers of South Carolina’s Lamarr Williamson School. It was, without a doubt, one of the most valuable training we’ve ever experienced. There was no filler—every day was jam-packed with practical advice on making breathtaking wedding images and making a successful living by creating them. The class wasn’t just a series of tips, though. Ted and Rachel communicated their artistic vision as well as sources of inspiration. They also tailored the instruction to the students present while still covering everything they planned. It was a bit like drinking from the fire hose, but in the best way possible. My wife and I highly recommend this class to anyone who’s serious about growing in their wedding photography, delighting their clients, and doing work of which they can be proud.”
– J.P. Stephens, Lumos Studios, Columbia, SC

We are offering an early bird tuition for this course of $725 for 4 full days if you lock your seat in by June 15th, 2016. After that the normal tuition price goes to $850. A $300 deposit is required to secure your seat, and this course will be limited to 10 students. As of 5/20/16, we have 7 seats remaining. We have taught this course in multiple states over the past 5 years, if you’d like to hear from more past students about their experience, please contact us and when can forward you along that info. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you any additional questions.

If you are ready to secure your seat, please register at the link below:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=86N8NXPM4NGDG

 

wedding photography workshop

About Ted Linczak

PPA Master Photographer Ted Linczak along with his wife Rachel is the owner and principle photographer of Nuvo Images. Ted won the overall Grand Imaging Award from PPA in 2016 for his album 1863. In the spring of 2016, he was awarded the Canon Par Excellence Award at the SEPPA print competition. Ted was named Photographer of the Year for 2015 in both Ohio and South Carolina, and has won the award for highest scoring wedding album from 2012-2015. This past fall they were awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in both the wedding album and wedding portrait categories at PPO Fall Print Competition. They have placed in the top 3 wedding albums at PPA’s Grand Imaging Awards the past 2 years in a row (2nd in 2014, 3rd in 2015), as well as placing in the top 3 non-event albums at WPPI’s Annual Print Competition (3rd in 2014, 2nd in 2015).

Post A Comment