A Creative Perspective on the Photography Team Group Shot

by | Jun 12, 2017 | Tips & Tricks, Updates & Opportunities | 0 comments

Saturday was the last day of the HEAV Photography Team!

As always, we took a team group shot. Instead of doing it at the exact same location every year, I like to try and be creative by changing up locations if we have the time. This makes things a little more challenging, of course, because I never know if a new location will turn out, but it’s fun because you never know if a new location may actually turn out better than a previous location.

So, this year we tried a random stairwell!

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It allowed for an even more  creative perspective than normal too.  🙂

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I don’t know…how do you think it turned out? Maybe a little Photoshop to clean ‘em up a bit?

One June workshop down, one more to go!

There’ll be a Photography Field Day in Vermont Saturday, June 24. It’s for anyone—with any camera, at any skill level—who loves photography! Hands-on in the classroom of creation (quite unlike the Photography Teams!) we’ll unlock our cameras so we can start intentionally shooting special effects like flowing water, blurry backgrounds, starbursts, etc. Here’s a list of the specific things we’ll learn how to do.

Early bird price of $99 $75/photographer ends June 19!

Group discounts also available!

Field Day - Middlebury VT

Here are a few pictures from the last workshop held at this amazing location near Middlebury:




Learn more about the Vermont Photography Field Day here.


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