My winters are typically much more relaxed compared to the harried pace I keep in the summer's height of wedding season in New England (except for this one, of course, with planning our own wedding!).
It's during this time that most wedding photographers have the opportunity to reflect on the past season and look forward to the next, identifying what areas of their business need improvement. Many focus their efforts on marketing or purchasing updated equipment, overlooking the basis of successful photography: skill. It is for this reason that I started the Roots Workshop last summer, and look forward to another fulfilling week of creative growth this July on Cape Cod.
Many thanks to instructor Arnold Miller of Newsday and emilie inc. videographer Morgan for putting together this recap of our experience. It's a much-needed reminder of why we do what we do, and how important it is to push away the clutter of running a business and perfecting the craft first.
Need a brush-up on your skills? We still have a few seats open for this summer's workshop, and welcome all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Not a wedding photographer? No worries. We don't spend any time talking about weddings, it's all about shooting. We'd love to have you join us!