Fall photography workshop with Kevin Kubota...

WHAT'S COVERED:
Indoor & outdoor lighting
Marketing & branding
Job organization
Post production workflow
Sales
Ideal for all portrait and event photographers.
DATE: November 1st - 6th, 2015
LOCATION: Sisters, Oregon
COST: $3,350 (early bird all-inclusive)
DEPOSIT: $1,000 saves your spot!
BOOTCAMPERS: Limited to 10
"I learned more about photography techniques, processing, the business end, and marketing in one week than I had ever learned. I also learned about how important getting to know your subjects and telling their stories will help me improve my skills. The total immersion, small group setting, and the personal attention makes this experience priceless and unforgettable. I look forward to making my photography sing!" – Benita Clarke

"Bootcamp was a fantastic experience! I started implementing what I learned the day I got home (the workflow system; practicing some lighting techniques and working on my website and brand). I can't wait to see how my business grows and changes in the next several months because of all the useful information Kevin provided. If that was not enough....Kevin and his wife, Clare, also provided us with the most beautiful setting and accommodations in Sisters, Oregon. It was the perfect place to relax, learn, and grow as a photographer. Most of all, they brought their warmth, humor and positive energy to what became an unforgettable experience..." – Marla Miller

Can't make it to Bootcamp?
Kevin is available for one-on-one consulting. Let him know
exactly what you need and he'll let you know how he can best
help. Free 15-minute initial consultation when you sign up!

Digital Bootcamp deadline this Sunday

The deadline to register for our Digital Photography Bootcamp™ is Sunday night, so I wanted to drop you a quick note to see if you'd like to spend a whole week with me in Bend, OR

Digital photography bootcamp workshop

Digital Photography Bootcamp is my primary hands-on workshop that I've been running for almost 25 seasons now. It is an experience that has changed the lives and businesses of hundreds of photographers over the years. Some of the most successful photographers in the industry have started their careers at one of my Digital Bootcamps: Parker Pfister, Craig Strong (Lensbaby inventor), Joe Photo, Becker, Frances Marron, Jeffrey Woods, Byron Roe, Alycia WhiteMatthew (The Body) Kemmetmueller and many, many more (that aren't necessarily famous speakers at WPPI ;-)

Bootcamp is kept very small so that you receive all the attention you need. We cover just about everything: inspiration, marketing and branding, lighting, posing, customer service, sales, and workflow. I stay with you out at the beautiful 5 Pine Lodge, where we have private luxury cabins and I (and my assistants) can be available all day to help with anything you might be struggling with in your business. You will work hard, and you will leave exhausted – probably a little sad to go, but inspired and energized by what the future will hold.

I have received so many stories of transformation over the years from my attendees and I wish I could share them all with you. Here is one in particular that was really moving to me and she was kind enough to share it with you as well. (This is an audio file and will play in your browser when clicked)

Bootcamp happens just once a year, and we have a few spots left for the upcoming program this May 10-15th in Bend, OR. It is the only workshop of its kind (that I know of) that also offers a money-back guarantee, because we know from past experience that you'll gain far, far more value from it than you'll invest. 

Will you consider joining me? Find out more and sign up here.

 

The winner of $1000 in photo goodies is...

shown in this video! Find out who won and keep an eye out here in the next couple of days as I'll be posting the contest entries. I posed challenges to my workshop attendees at SummitUp! and Digital Photography Bootcamp®. They were given several project options and everyone who did a project and entered it was eligible to win. It was not a popularity contest, but a "I'm going to get off my butt and do it" contest. 

The projects given were: 1) photograph each letter of the alphabet 2) Go on an emotional scavenger hunt 3) Shoot drunk (as if) 4) Single Image mini saga 5) texture collage.

I'll explain the projects in more detail when I post the beautiful and creative entries later tonight or tomorrow. Congratulations to the winner!