Brooklyn workshop 3/31/16!

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Wedding photography is both and art and a craft. What matters in the end is the art — the making of beautiful, creative, flattering portraits; capturing important emotional moments and telling the story of the day. But the craft is what allows us to do this in any kind of environment, whatever is happening with the schedule, the weather, and with the people in front of our lens. With 20 years of experience and more than 900 weddings between them, Ryan and Tatiana have been through every problem and come out the other side with great images, and we want to show you how.

512So what better way to do this than to go straight to an actual beautiful-but-difficult NYC wedding venue? That’s right, for this workshop we have rented out the awesome 501 Union, a fantastic wedding venue with wonderful ambiance … and with a mix of black walls and ceilings, a giant skylight and low ambient light, it also has all the things that can make photographers’ heads ache in frustration.

This workshop will take you through working with couples and portrait subjects, from making them comfortable to making them look their best, and through a number of advanced photographic techniques that will allow you to more easily and quickly create striking and otherwise-impossible photos. We will also show you how to use a real NYC wedding venue to your advantage. Ever have a couple who wanted gorgeous, varied portraits and the terrible weather wouldn’t let you step outside for a second? Ever have to work in an extremely difficult reception space and wanted your lighting and documentation to look as good as possible? We’ll take you through our process step by step.

Better still, we are bringing the ethos we use in our weddings to our workshops, and full day means full day. We will begin with a breakfast meet and greet, spend a full workday on location at the venue, break for lunch on location, break for dinner out so you can rest your aching brains, and then meet for a session of night shooting, processing and workflow instruction.

We are so excited to be able to show you exactly how we work in a real venue with challenges, and to pack your brains full of useful information and individuated instruction. $800.

How do you get to 501 Union? Here you go. (Although pre-workshop breakfast spot is TBA.)

To sign up, e-mail photos@ryanbrenizer.com with the subject “MARCH 2016 BROOKLYN WORKSHOP.” Deposit will be $250. Please e-mail and get confirmation before paying the deposit.

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