Troy Miller Workshop
~ FULL DAY WORKSHOP WITH TROY MILLER ~
"From Pre-Visualization and Camera Capture to the Entire Workflow Process Using Lightroom"
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Only $49 for CIPPA Members, $69 for Non-Members
9am - 4pm, Includes Lunch
Courtyard by Marriott, Camarillo
4994 Verdugo Way Camarillo, CA 93012
This is one workshop you won’t want to miss at a great, great price. Troy is an incredible photographic artist and Lightroom Guru. He and his wife Marjorie will be conducting a class fun-filled and packed with lots of worthwhile information.
Here’s a brief description from the artist himself:
“After I share with you how I shoot and why I choose the locations and light that I do, I will share how I have pre-visualized each shot with my post processing in mind.
Knowing the life of your image through the processing workflow can allow you to be more creative or salvage an image otherwise you thought to be ruined. I will show you my workflow from client to camera to computer using Lightroom as my main image handling software.
Whether harsh light or beautiful open shade, getting the image perfect in camera is more rare then I would like in my world of wedding and portrait photography, but knowing what my process can produce makes it possible for me to create images that I want and my clients are excited about.”
Some of what they will cover:
- Posing your clients for comfort
- Using the light you have been given
- Client comfort versus getting the shot
- Interacting with your clients to get the images you know they care capable of and all with your post processing in mind.
- Being creative in 5 min or less because they want to start the reception.
What to Bring:
- Camera and Len or Lens
- Laptop Computer
- Lightroom 4 or 5 Software
Troy has been a full time professional wedding and portrait photographer for the past 20 years with my wife Marjorie. As business people with a passion for wedding and portrait photography it is what they do every day and it continues to be their sole source of income.
Troy started with a Hasselblad camera and a darkroom in 1993, and then transitioned to digital in 2004.
“I always push my craft with digital while keeping in mind many of the skills I learned in film. I work primarily in natural and environmental lighting situations and look forward to each photographic opportunity as a challenge to better my craft. As someone who is mostly self-taught, I have a constant drive to learn and strongly believe in the process of educating and sharing what we know.”
- 2013 - PPC Western States Commercial Photographer of the year
- 2012 - PPC Western States Wedding Photographer of the year.
- 2012 - 2013 IEPPV President
- 2011 - Wedding Photographer of the Year at IEPPV
*Please note that you are responsible for your own equipment. Channel Islands Professional Photographers Association (CIPPA), Its Executive Board, The Miller’s, and Marriott Courtyard will be held harmless and are not responsible or assume any responsibility in any way for any loss or damage to your equipment.