I flippin' love these workshops.
For me, seeing a group of people, who've never shot on manual, running around on a hill top in gale force winds, loving what they are capturing - that's one of the best things ever. Armed with new knowledge about aperture, shutter speed, ISO, bokeh and a whole lot more, the excitement of those first manual exposures get me every time.
I'm starting to see that the nursery empowers people. It makes something that seemed impossible very achievable. The images that I've seen rolling through from my attendees are seriously blowing my mind. After one day, one week, one month. The standard or work is really amazing.
Today, Kesh and I will be sitting down to plan a national and international tour for the nursery. We will be visiting most capital cities in Australia, before shooting over to New Zealand and then heading to the Northern Hemisphere.
Our itinerary will be on the blog in the coming days. We'll be creating a new section on the website for the nursery tour. If you want to know our travels before anyone else, email Kesh - email@example.com and let her know your closest city. We'll send out the details to those on our mailing list, before details are published here.
A massive thank you to Gaby, who modelled for us in some of the most insane shooting conditions I've ever been in.
Hope to see you guys somewhere on the road.