Friday, March 13, 2009

Atlanta Adventure :: Two Days of Photography and Learning {ALM Photo, Knoxville Professional Photographers}

Allan :: Photo by Doug Weaver

Allan and I had a great time earlier this week when we traveled to Atlanta with three other Knoxville photographers for two photography-related seminars. Tuesday evening we attended Sandy "Sam" Puc's Tots 2 Teens workshop after spending the day getting kicked out of places for taking photographs and eating some great food. Needless to say, I don't think any of us took photographs of the food, but at least we didn't end up in jail. Sam's Tots 2 Teens workshop was great and we learned a lot about children from toddlers to teens from both a business and photography aspect. It was a long day and night especially because we stayed to help break down the set and get it loaded into the trailer for the next stop on the Tour which happened to be Nashville. Lots of information to implement and lots of props to a strange chicken that sort of roars when you squeeze it. It was kind of scary, but affective. If you have the chance to attend the seminar in person I highly recommend it, but if you can't and you want to know more I suggest purchasing the DVD and other materials she has available on-line.

We got to sleep in a little on Wednesday before we headed to the LexJet Great Output Seminar "Professional Photographic and Fine Art Printing" so we could learn more about what we can do with the two large format printers we have. This seminar was enlightening! There are so many cool substrates to can print on that we left with a ton of great ideas. If you are interested in knowing more about what we learned, contact us so we can fill you in. Printing will never be the same with all this new information.

So , after two long days of learning, some tasty food, good laughs and great company we all headed home for a good nights rest. Good times!

:: More News ::

ALM Photo's reimaging should be completed soon and we will be announcing the release of our brand new absolutely fantastic website...stay's going to be awesome!

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