Registration is now open for my spring creativity workshop in Savannah, GAA! Below is a general itinerary for the workshop.
March 22-23, 2013
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
4 p.m. - Until
Join Heather as she discusses her progression into conceptual
photography and how shooting for yourself can benefit shooting for
others. Heather will also discuss idea boosters to overcome creative
blocks, concepting with clients and making time for you. The discussion
will end with a creativity exercise. Dinner afterwards is optional where
workshop attendees can continue this open conversation. Participants
are encouraged to bring samples of their work so we can get to know each
other and each other's photography styles.
9 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Today is a full day of shooting. Two to three models will be on hand
with a professional makeup/hairstylist. Heather will set up unique shots
in various locations, all the while discussing styling and ways to
incorporate these ideas into client work. Everyone will get a chance to
jump in and direct the models to their vision. Lunch will be provided.
Shooting will end around 4 to leave plenty of time for a Q & A and
wrap up of the weekend.
A limited space of 10 is available for this intimate engagement.
Workshop is appropriate for all levels of photographers. However, this
workshop discusses creativity primarily so a basic knowledge of camera
techniques is encouraged.
As a professional photographer with more than a decade of capturing
weddings I am frequently asked why I continue to attend workshops each
year. It's so simple to me in that it's a great way to keep our
creativity flowing and always bring something fresh to our clients.
I've experienced many different workshops but by far the best was our
recent experience with Heather Evans Smith. I have been a fan of her
work for a long time so I jumped at the opportunity to attend. It's
hard to accurately describe how much I feel that this workshop pushed me
forward into new ideas and new ways of approaching our images. I
photographed a wedding the weekend after her workshop and there are
images from that event that I feel are some of the most creative that
I've ever done. For me the chance to attend this workshop was genuinely
a game changer. I'll be attending again just as soon as the schedule
allows. It doesn't get any better than her workshop.
Peacock Photo &Video
If you want to go to a unique and inspiring photography workshop, check
out Heather Evans Smith. I participated in her workshop in Knoxville, TN
in April and it changed the way I think about a photography session. If
you are stuck in a creative rut, this will knock you out of it and get
you thinking in ways that you haven't before.
I recently had the privilege of seeing Heather create some amazing
portraits right in front of our eyes...in a small room. Her endless
creativity, "out of the square" ideas and inspiration constantly have me
in awe. I'm always looking forward to seeing her work and hope to once
again be in her creative presence, to learn and watch her work her
Charmaine Otto Photography
Yarraman Qld, Australia
In her two day workshop we not only learned what makes her mind tick but
also how to unlock our own imaginations. I think this weekend
confirmed my decision to move full time into photography. I LOVE what I
Rebecca Holland Photography
First, I wanted to tell you how again how much I enjoyed the creative
workshop. It was facinating to hear about your own creative process and
how you use personal history, music and the landscape to develop your
vision. And I loved your narration of your Beatles project. Of course,
I'd recommend your workshop to anyone wanting to shoot more than the
average norm that seems to be so popular!
Warner Robins, GA
Her workshop gave me a creative boost. I left seeing things differently
and full of ideas. If you can make it to one of her workshops I highly
recommended it, and if you don’t know who she is you need to find out.
Derek Martinez Photography
I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop. We had two great locations,
adventurous models, and a group of wonderful people to share it with. I
feel like there was a lot of great information, but I think the biggest
thing I think I took away was that we should develop and use our
imaginations to create images that we love. If we do that, then others
(clients, friends, etc...) will love them as well.
Torey Searcy Photography