Coming To Kansas City in May!
I have been blogging about HDR Photography for just about 4 and a half years. I have put in thousands of long hours and thought about exposure brackets for entirely too long.
When I started this my number one goal was to become a ‘Photoshop Guy’ for Scott Kelby’s company. I was dead set on that, hoping that one day there would be an opening and all of my hard work would land me that position. That opportunity never presented itself, not because I applied and didn’t get the position, the position just hasn’t been open since I started.
Now, when I look back on everything, I realize I have created that position for myself within my own company. I may not have the label ‘Photoshop Guy’, but I am starting to do everything I wanted for someone else for myself (read that sentence 4 times, it’ll tangle you up).
I always wanted to put on a seminar for HDR photography and share my wealth of knowledge on the topic.
I am very proud to announce that my first seminar will be here in Kansas City (where I currently call home). My wife and I have been on full tilt these last few months preparing all of the front end ‘stuff’ to ensure everything on the back end works out accordingly.
We found an excellent conference center for the venue, the University of Kansas, and are crossing all the t’s and dotting all the i’s. It is a ton of work to do this by yourself, I know I tried. My wife has been an invaluable asset to the seminar. She found a great cafe to cater lunch, she’s contacting vendors all over Kansas City, and she supports this 100%. She is incredible!
So if you are in the Kansas City area on May 16th 2015, you don’t want to miss this event. It is going to be an all day seminar event from 8 am – 4 pm and we are going to tackle everything about HDR Photography all in one day! This is going to be intense!
I just want to say thank you to all of the readers of EverydayHDR. Without you and your continual support this would not be possible. Through your product purchases and your cordial morale boosting feedback, you have provided me with the confidence I need to pursue my passion. I cannot thank you enough.
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