Maybe I might put together a workshop or two? And although I probably should have thought harder about doing so while I had my own studio, I still have friends with studios and know some cool locations, and I have access to enough hot models, and I think I know a thing or two about pretty girl shooting, so why not? Did I mention I have access to hot models?
Of course, if I were to put a glamour photography workshop together I'd want to come up with a unique "hook" for it. You know, something that sets it apart from other workshops. And honestly, I'm not sure what that would be.
I did come up with one idea that I call Guerilla Glamour. It would be like guerilla filmmaking but it would apply those kinds of techniques to glamour photography. To me, Guerilla Glamour recognizes that many hobbyists don't have a whole lot of gear--I'm talking lighting and grip gear--and they might be interested in learning how to maximize the gear they do own, even if that gear is as little as a camera and an on-camera strobe. I mean, what good is it if you attend a workshop and capture some great images of some hot models using someone's pro gear only to go back home and not be able to duplicate what you did at the workshop on your home turf?
But then part of me thinks the Guerilla Glamour concept might simply be nothing more than the glamour photography workshop equivalent of Hamburger Helper.
If anyone thinks this all sounds like I'm looking for suggestions and/or advice you're right, I am. So feel free. Email me or use the comments section. I'm all ears... or eyes since I guess I'd be reading your words.
I posted a few more images of Cody from my shoot with her the other day. I figure she's easy enough on the eyes for all of you to endure seeing more of her.