Since Covid has put a stop to conferences and workshops, I wanted to give a little back, and so have created a free wedding photography workshop. This contains around 7 years of my workshop content, drawn from an award-winning background in design and photography, and I have separated the best bits into easy to consume, bite-sized chunks, and released them on Instagram as a 100 frame wedding photography workshop.
Yours, for free! Boom.
The free wedding photography workshop is divided into three main areas.
Each of the 100 frames speaks to one of those. The current climate of workshops I found doesn’t appeal to my style of learning personally, and it made me wonder if other folks out there were the same, so I tried to create something to fill that gap.
I remember thumbing through MAD magazine, comics, and encyclopaedias, and found that a curiosity-driven approach to learning, where you can open a book up at any page and take something away without feeling like we have to complete a full syllabus, the best way to learn for me personally.
So that’s how i’ve crafted this.
Using typography and a particular style of writing, I want this to be useful no matter what page it’s opened up at. Rather than me dictating the learning from front to back (there’s plenty of brilliant other options for that out there), this is something where I hope there’s a nifty surprise useful to wedding photography, and photography in general wherever it’s opened.
The workshop is available from frame 35 onwards on my instagram, and as new ones are uploaded, old ones will be removed, so follow along and catch them (save, screen grab) them while they’re available.
At the end, i’ll be releasing them all, along with a set of bonus annotations totalling 400+ pages. It’s the exact wedding photography workshop resource I would have liked starting out, and has been tailored for both new photographers and working professionals 5+ years in the game.
To see the free wedding photography workshop:
Some conferences i’ve had the brilliant honour of sharing this at:
Conferences and retreats this workshop content has previously been shared at:
Way Up North, Rome, Italy
RURAL Workshop Barcelona, Spain
Midwest Gathering Detroit USA
Wedding Photography Courses Melbourne
Transplant at Tanglewood Estate
Such a treat sharing with photographers such as Briggsy, Ashleigh Haase, Sarah Tee, and even interstaters like Cassie Sullivan at one of the most beautiful venues in Victoria. Here’s a mugshot of the last ones left standing after it was all done.