Announcing 3 Workshops in New Zealand - March 2014!

Thursday, January 23, 2014


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I am so thrilled to be able to share with you a project that has been in the works for a little while now. I will be teaching three workshops in New Zealand at the end of March. I have never been there but always daydreamed about the possibility of traveling to this gorgeous part of the world one day. And now, it's a reality and my husband Bill is coming along to discover it all with me. 

The folks of the gorgeous magazine Nourish for which I have worked in the past is taking care of all the logistics while I focus on the finer details...such as sharing with attendees techniques, exercises and tips to work on their camera and styling skills. We will cover camera basics, how to optimize your use of natural light, basic and more advanced food and prop styling techniques and tips. 

I will be teaching two half day workshops in Auckland on Monday March 24th. Details for each session HERE. You can decide to do one or the other or join me for the whole day as both sessions will be different and the afternoon one builds on the morning one. Please head over HERE to register. 

The third workshop I will be teaching takes us to the beautiful region of Lake Rotoiti, Rotorua March 26th-28th for a complete two day intensive course (details HERE). We will be able to explore food photography and styling trends of the last few years, work on mini photo assignments throughout the day with my complete guidance along the way. Through hands on demos, I will give you the techniques and tips to improve your skills whether you are photographing for blogging, future editorial work or just for fun. A mini immersion of sort in a magical setting. Please head over HERE to register for the 2 day workshop. 

Looking forward to meeting everyone!
 
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9 comments:

Danelle said...

Oh my goodness! Who would have thought you'd end up doing a workshop right where I live! This is super tempting!!! :D

Kelly-Jane said...

We went to New Zealand on holiday, it's the most wonderful place. I dream of going back. Have a wonderful time. :)

Do you have any plans to do a cookbook please? I love your photogrphy, but I love your recipes too. :) Thanks. x

shadybrothers said...

Stumbled across your blog last week, a very timely post to see.

I am now checking out the logistics of heading up to Auckland and a couple days of annual leave in March.

Hope to see you then.

Shelly said...

Hi Helene -
Discovered your work and website recently and am truly inspired. I'm an amateur photographer and find myself gravitating to food photography and styling. Just wanted to compliment you on your book. It is beautifully illustrated and very well written. Really appreciate the depth of information (but not too intimidating for a beginner) and the data included with each photo (lens, f/stop, etc.). Hope you do a workshop somewhere in the South in 2014!!
Regards,
Shelly
New Orleans

Shelly said...

Hi Helene -
Discovered your work and website recently and am truly inspired. I'm an amateur photographer and find myself gravitating to food photography and styling. Just wanted to compliment you on your book. It is beautifully illustrated and very well written. Really appreciate the depth of information (but not too intimidating for a beginner) and the data included with each photo (lens, f/stop, etc.). Hope you do a workshop somewhere in the South in 2014!!
Regards,
Shelly
New Orleans

Val said...

What a fabulous opportunity for you Helene.Enjoy New Zealand!
I got so much out of your workshop in Charleston a few years ago. If you are near to one of these workshops -- GO GO GO !! You won't regret it.

Life Images by Jill said...

getting closer to coming to Australia!

Karen said...

I'm booked! Cannot wait. So looking forward to the 2 half day sessions. I'm flying in from Australia for this day. Thanks for coming to the other side of the world to share your knowledge. See you in Auckland.

Liane Ryan said...

Helen, i have dipped into your blog on and off for the last few years. From the first visit I fell in love with your style of photography. Please come to England one day and do some workshops here! Many thanks for your inspiration!
Liane Ryan

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