Headshot Photography WORKSHOP with Rafal Wegiel.
Dublin, Ireland June 9, 2019
1 Day Workshop.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Any bookings made for workshop are for the workshop only. Accommodation, travel, food etc.... are extras and will be covered by the participants on the course. All fees paid are final and if a someone cancels place on workshop fees are not returnable due to Rafal Wegiel travelling from Canada we need definite confirmed numbers to run course. Please do not book a place unless you are committed to attending as refunds cannot be given. In the event that Rafal cannot attend course for any reason has to cancel the workshop due to unforeseen circumstances participants will have their monies returned in full for the workshop. Monies paid for travelling, car hire, flights, accommodation etc..... are at the participants own expense. In order for workshop to run we need minimum ten people attending.
So you want to take a Rafal Wegiel Headshot Workshop?
My wife and I have been following Rafal for months now. Watching his YouTube videos, and reading every post in his Mentorship Facebook page. We really wanted to go to his Houston workshop, but timing was not in our favor. Then, Rafal asked “Where should we schedule our next workshops?” on the page, and we jumped at the opportunity. We offered up our studio just north of Dallas to see if he’d get enough interest for the workshop to make. Rafal immediately started advertising the workshop on his page. To help push it along, we started putting it out in our local photography groups. We were able to get the two biggest camera stores in Dallas to repost the ad. Rafal was able to sign up nine students for the workshop. Now, of course, Rafal could not do ALL the preparation for the workshop from Canada. We, as hosts, gathered information on local hotels, restaurants that were open on Saturday and Sunday to pass to the other students. We also were responsible for obtaining models for both days. Rafal let us know all the details to pass to the models, so they were prepared. In our case, we didn’t use “model” models, we used former Senior clients. I think this actually helped, so that the other photographers were working with real people, that didn’t know what was expected in front of the camera. Honestly, how many of you are going to start out shooting models as your clients? In the case of our workshop, all photographers had the opportunity to shoot on multiple backgrounds and had four different models. When you come to a workshop, it’s great to get the masterful instruction, but we all need hands-on to get the full understanding. Rafal’s workshops are just that; a day of instruction, and demonstration of how to take pictures just like he does, and a full morning of hands-on. Rafal checked on every photographer to make sure they were “getting it”. If something was off, either camera or lighting, he’s show them how to fix it. To end the workshop, Rafal went through his retouching process. He didn’t hold anything back. I don’t believe any participant left the studio thinking they hadn’t been fully taught. Rafal offered to field any questions that came up after the workshop, and to offer advice when someone needed it. We now feel we have a new set of tools to diversify what our studio offers. We know you’ll feel the same.
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David and Tammy Hamrick
David Hamrick Photography
Van Alstyne, TX