Program begins at 9:00 AM and end at approximately 3:30 PM
Photographic Image Competition Follows program for members
Have you ever wondered…
Why is it that some studios who are known for being creative, and delivering top notch photography seem to have struggling businesses?
Why is it that some studios who have a lot of room for improvement when it comes to lighting and posing can do well and have a growing and successful studio?
What makes a rockstar senior studio? What's under the hood? What makes it tick and run so smoothly?
A photography studio is much like a high performance 3 cylinder-racing engine. If nursed along, it can run on a single cylinder. It'll run rough when it goes and some days, no matter how hard you try, you won't even get it started. If running on just 2 cylinders, you'll get going most of the time, but beware of going up hills and mountains. You won't have the sustained horsepower you need to make the long haul. Now if you're running on all three cylinders, look out! You have just quadrupled your horsepower! You're running at maximum speed and efficiency! No mountain is too steep. And, you're not putting any more energy or fuel into your engine either! This is called High Performance! You're now a Rockstar!
Brian Baer will be covering all three areas with major emphasis on business and marketing. He will be demonstrating his studio and outdoor lighting techniques with a live model and workflow.
So come in for a tune-up or an overhaul. I promise you'll leave revved up!
On site lunch is included in the registration fee.
Registration deadline…Midnight, Wednesday, October 3, 2012!
The Linn Area Photo Club was established in November 2003 in order to bring together individuals in the greater Linn County, Iowa area who are interested in acquiring and developing an appreciation of the art and techniques of photography.