Friday, May 4, 2012

My Snap! Orlando Workshop - May 13, 2012

C'mon out, I would love to see you there. The workshop is titled "The Completed Assignment". We will dissect a few of my magazine assignments to see what kind of portraits and variety is expected when you shoot a professional photo. Bring your camera and laptop - I'd love to share all the great portraits that are shot in the workshop!
What is Snap! Orlando? 

Snap! is a project of The Lucie Foundation, a national 501(c) 3 charitable foundation with the mission to celebrate master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging photographers and promote the appreciation of photography worldwide. In the tradition of the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards, the annual Lucie Awards honors individuals for their outstanding achievements in photography.

The mission of Snap! Orlando is to boldly increase the visibility and appreciation of the photographic medium as a significant cultural art form and to enhance Orlando’s national presence as a vibrant cultural tourism destination.
Photography plays a critical role in society as a vehicle for cultural documentation and reflection. Snap! seeks to increase exposure to this highly accessible art form and to broaden the demographic of engaged art enthusiasts within our community.

Below is the information for the workshop. 

Orange Studio. 1121 N. Mills Ave, Orlando 32803. MAP IT.
Sunday May 13, 10AM-12PM (limited capacity)
The Completed Assignment.  How would you shoot your first big portrait job? How would you plan and prepare? What kind of images would you present and deliver?  Bring your digital camera… and you will shoot an assignment!
Preston Mack is a professional photographer based in Orlando, Florida. He shoots for advertising agencies such as Yellow Shoes Creative, The Meyocks Group, Mullen, GSD&M, Carol H Williams Agency, PUSH and Fry Hammond Barr. His corporate clients include Walt Disney World, Southwest Airlines, Pillsbury, GM, Kraft. He also gets editorial assignments for magazines such as Reader’s Digest, The Sporting News, ESPN The Magazine and Forbes Magazine.  His work has been recognized by the Best of Photojournalism and the National Press Photographer’s Association. Preston is a board member of the Central Florida ASMP. 

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