Utah State Capitol Workshop

This workshop was everything I wanted it to be! It was my first one, so honestly I was so nervous and didn't know how it was going to go, but I couldn't be happier with the results! I hosted this workshop right before Thanksgiving break so that we could have a good photo shoot right before the bad weather of Utah would come. Well OF COURSE, there is rain planned for the day that I was planning on having this workshop. So I'm frantically trying to figure out what to do, but luckily the rain stayed away just long enough for the workshop to happen!

I had about 8 photographers come to this workshop and we had Sam & Alan be the models. (Which by the way, are SUCH fun people). We had cloudy weather the ENTIRE time and so we were able to take such beautiful photos that were just perfect lighting. Couldn't have asked for a better night. We started off talking about ISO and how to make sure your camera is always set before you go on a shoot. We also talked about Kelvin and how to use that during your shoot. It was fun to be able to talk to other photographers starting out and make so many connections through our jobs! People asked questions relating to business, posing, locations, weddings, you name it.

Overall, the girls that attended this workshop were able to create such beautiful content. It was one time that they truly were able to practice their craft without having to stress during an actual shoot. I let them know that if they had any poses they wanted to do, but were too scared to try, NOW is the time to do that. It opened up so much creativity and we were all able to get so much out of it. The shoot ended up lasting 2 hours because it was just going so well and everyone was getting such great photos. Sam & Alan were troupers and really were so great to work with.

My NEXT workshop is going to be at Wadley Farms! It's a beautiful location in Lindon, Utah that has an actual CASTLE. I kid you not it is going to be beautiful! I have Ashlyn & Hunter modeling for that one and it's half inside and half outside! A literal dream. Well thanks for reading this, can't wait to blog about the next one!