Photography Workshop with Wildflower
Photography Workshop with Wildflower

Photography Workshop with Wildflower

Have you ever photographed a dreamy wedding but just didn’t have time to adequately photograph the details your portfolio is begging for? Or maybe that dreamy wedding is one that hasn’t happened yet for you, so you don’t know how you’ll be able to get the content on your own.
Date
Date
5/17/2020
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Time
2PM - 8PM
Cost
$475
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The Workshop

Wildflower was created three years ago to encourage photographers to break the norms of traditional wedding photography and create unique photographs in a setting that is encouraging and relaxed.

Have you ever photographed a dreamy wedding but just didn’t have time to adequately photograph the details your portfolio is begging for? Or maybe that dreamy wedding is one that hasn’t happened yet for you, so you don’t know how you’ll be able to get the content on your own.

Join us at the Squire Tarbox Inn for a thoughtfully designed styled shoot workshop centered around growth, community + creative learning.

Design and styling by Cause We Can Events and epic florals by Bad Rabbit Flowers. Photographer Katelyn Mallett will provide guidance and instruction on how to shoot for publication and portfolio growth to attract your ideal client.

Light refreshments will be provided with optional gathering for dinner following the workshop.

Cost: $475 | Can be split into two payments

Timeline: 2pm-8pm | Exact details and timeline will be released two weeks before the workshop

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