It was a very good idea to attend the ANTI-workshop in Vegas this year. Boutwells and Coopers are great people, talented photographers, and helpful teachers. They did such a good job. The workshop was fun, interesting, and educational. They shared with us their knowledge and experience, and gave us a lot of good advice. They supported their talk with their pictures, so we could easily see what they were talking about and how certain things work for them. They all approach photography differently and have different styles so we had an opportunity to see different ways of photographing similar events, like weddings for example. They uncouraged us to choose our own way of capturing world and to not be afraid of being different from others. Thank you Chenin, Doug, Dalisa and John for showing us your passion and love for photography and for all the inspiration.I also met a lot of talented photographers. You were all so nice and friendly! I wish I wasn’t so shy and I could get to know you better. I hope our paths cross again one day.What I liked a lot about the workshop is that we had an opportunity to shoot with other photographers and talk about the pictures we took. It was fun.
Here are some pictures of Lauren from the second day of shooting:
Thank you Lauren for being patient with us:-)
On the last day we were watching Chenin, Doug and John shooting at the Boneyard – it’s a graveyard for old neons. Great place for pictures! We were all trying to get some nice shots of Lauren and Bryan, also.
Chenin in action:
Doug showing us his lighting:
John explains his posing techniques:
A couple of my pics:
The same day I met with a few photographers for a photo session of Eliesa and Judd. Eliesa is a photographer and was also attending a workshop. She is so fun and always happy and smiling. I had a good time with you guys, thanks for being such a great models!
Here is a few pics of the photographers I met with:
Josh Solar :
Claire Wilson from Ireland:
Eliesa and Judd: