Lighting Workshop | Utah Senior Portraits

Continuing education is VITAL to staying inspired, keeping the creative juices flowing, and developing your voice as a photographer. Whether it’s a week-long conference listening to industry experts, a weekend workshop in another town, or a morning gathering sponsored by your local camera shop. One thing I know to be true is that investing in my craft changes the way I look through my lens. I’ve made it a point to nurture my photography by attending workshops and conferences several times a year. It’s a chance to step back, look at things from another perspective, and take a deep breath. I always walk away with a renewed sense of appreciation and creativity. This last summer, I didn’t have to travel far. Pictureline teamed up with a local wedding photographer, Camilla Binks, for a morning workshop on seeing light.

I have made learning from photographers outside of my senior portrait niche a priority. Wedding, sports, nature, commercial, and even western ranch photographers have all played a part in shaping the way I approach a session. No matter what their genre or what they speak about, I always walk away with several golden nuggets that I can apply to my own work. Or at least make me think.

Studio Lighting | Camilla Banks Photography | Photography Workshops | Pink Dress | Back Light | Fashion Photography | White backdrop | Studio Elevn | Salt Lake City Senior Portraits

Studio Lighting | Camilla Banks Photography | Photography Workshops | Pink Dress | Back Light | Fashion Photography | White backdrop | Studio Elevn | Salt Lake City Senior Portraits

It was so fun to meet other local photographers and photograph these beautiful models. A huge shoutout to everyone who made that morning possible. Love you all!