The workshop finished yesterday and I went to Athens & stayed here for 3 days, just to relax. In last few days, we had over 12 hrs of workshop everyday — going out shooting, learning photo skill, photoshop skill, critics session, discussing of business. Someone asked me what I learned … … I believe that the most important thing I learned is more understanding of my weakness, & what I am not good at.
During the critics session, every photographer submitted a few photos to Yervant to have his comment. He said my photos are good, & the brides are going to love them. However, as a professional photographer, he could point out all bad things about the photos — the light is not correct, the pose of the bride is not good. If I enter those photos into a competition, it is straight "OUT" for sure.
This is very useful, makes me step back and think how I can reach the next level of my career. The workshop is definitely the best investment as a wedding photographer.
one of my favorite shot — I like the movement of the veil
Again, I love the movement of the hair
Dancing on the cliff
At the end of the workshop, we have prepared a gift for Anie (Yervant ‘s wife) and Yervant
After that, we went to a wine museum for wine tasting. A few shot inside the museum
Then, we went out to have Sunset shooting
Crazy photographers — guess what they ‘re doing ??
Our party – Let’s have some Greek dance
Plate dropping !!!
Jim is dancing on the plate. Come & visit Jim ‘s site, he is going to release a new camera bag for photographer.
Crazy Simon. I am waiting other crazy photos of mine captured by others
Crazy Simon again. Thank Joe for sending this photo to me
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