Shooting for Success
Want to turn your passion into a successful photography business? This workshop led by internationally recognized photographer Adam Jones is what you’ve been waiting for. You’ll be taken through the process of creating images and concepts that will help sell and land you photography assignments. Discover the essentials of how to build your portfolio. Explore computer enhancing photos, filters and plug-ins for a creative edge and how to stay current in an ever-changing world. Discuss your website and Internet presence in blogs and social networking and how you can use these tools to grow your photography business.
About the Instructor:
Adam Jones is an internationally recognized photographer who explores the world through his nature, travel, and wildlife images. Jones’s award-winning photography is widely published in magazines, posters, calendars, books, and in national advertising campaigns for clients such as Canon, Ford, Eddie Bauer, Miller Beer, and Honda. Jones is recognized worldwide as an outstanding stock photographer with his images represented by Getty Images, Corbis, Visuals Unlimited, Photo Researchers, and Danita Delimont Stock Photography. His work has sold for editorial and commercial uses in over 30 countries. Adam is noted for his enthusiastic down-to-earth approach and his ability to communicate effectively with all skill levels. In early 2006, Adam was selected to be one of Canon USA’s elite group of acclaimed photographers, The Explorers of Light. Canon describes the Explorer of Light program as such: The Explorers of Light program is a group of 60 of the World’s best photographers united in their love and passion for photographic excellence. They share a common desire to contribute back to the industry with a willingness to share their vision and passion with others. Adam’s publication credits also include: National Geographic Books, Time, Life Magazine, National Wildlife Federation, Audubon, Sierra Club, Disney, and hundreds of textbooks. In 1995 the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest honored Adam by selecting one of his images from over 19, 000 entries, as the winner in the “In Praise of Plants” category.