Seminar, Shoot-Out & Photography Competition.
April 10 & 11, 2015 | Pittsburg, KS
WHAT is it all about?
This event is about providing a creative outlet for those who are interested in photography and seek to learn more about it, refine current skills or learn new methods, meet/mentor/network with those interested in or already firmly rooted in the field, as well as, provide the opportunity for those interested to be exposed to new areas/topics in photography.
What's in it for you?
Perspectives of Photography features 17 presenters, discussing a range of topics from wildlife to weddings, and 21 classes/workshops from beginner basics to advanced techniques, for learners at every level. This unique learning opportunity has something for everyone! This annual photography seminar and photo competition, hosted by the Student Association of Photographers, provides a creative outlet for those interested in photography, while serving as an excellent fundraiser for scholarships, photographic enrichment activities and networking opportunities.
P.o.P. 2015 Registration Includes:
Sessions and workshops led by award winning, Four-State area photographers
Over 70% of sessions offered are hands-on WORKSHOPS
Models will be provided for select sessions by Fashion Place Unlimited LLC. with professional hair and makeup included.
Shooting opportunities with available models during breaks and downtime
Dinner (pizza party) Fri. April 10, a continental breakfast Sat. April 11, as well as an Awards Banquet sponsored by Mpix featuring keynote speaker Stephen Locke that evening.
19 Featured Photographers & 22 Sessions/Workshops
Scott Plauche: Off Camera Flash Made Super Simple and "Lighting on the Fly: The Wedding & Engagement"
Brian DeMint: Fine Art Portraiture
Jessica Edwards: Studio Lighting & Posing Demystified,
and Pricing Outside the Box
Lindsey Walls: Wildlife Photography & Shoot @ PSU's Nature
David & Whitney Scott: Using Psychology in Pricing & Sales
Tonya Tomory: Shoot-Out with Seniors
Roylan Rountree: Becoming a duel threat. Making the transition
from Photography to Videography
Xander Nicolai: Fashion & Editorial Photography Workshop and
The Boudoir Shoot
Jordanna Perkins: The Beginners Photoshop Essentials
Sam Clausen: Black & White Workflow and Basic Color Correction
Mike Gullett: Digital Photography 101
Robert Potts: Black & White Film Shoot, Process & Print Workshop
Kelley Macek: Master Your Mobile Photo App
Terrance Javon: The Power of Networking
Tout Yang: Lightroom Workflow
Rion Huffman: Advanced Photoshop Techniques w/Hasselblad demo
Herb Harris: Composites Part 1 & Part 2
Stephen Locke: Supercell Thunderstorm Cinematography
(Class/Workshop/Shoot-Out descriptions and information can be found under the "Workshops" tab... Additional course info coming soon!)