EXCITING PROGRAM—Don’t Miss It!
May 21, 2017, 9:00 a.m—4:00 p.m.
Carolina Grill, 7629 Stonegate Drive #D, Zionsville, IN
Members of IPPG or PPA, $99; Non-Members $149
Lunch Ordered A La Carte at Carolina Grill
Registration Opens Soon!
In this full day comprehensive hands on Workshop/training program, Tim’s approach is minimal lecture and demonstration time combined with a focus of actual on camera shooting by participants with direct input training and supervision by him personally. Tim finds this is the most productive and best way of teaching as well as learning.
Topics to be covered are studio lighting and posing for Fashion Seniors, as well as the Editorial senior portrait as well as his Trademarked “Contour Controlled Manipulated Available Light”. Tim will also show the use of alternative light sources such as LED bare bulb and shop lights as well as clamp utility lights and mixing of different light sources like Daylight and strobe with tungsten.
Tim Priest M.Photog.,Cr.
Tim began his professional photography career in 1982 at the age of twenty-three, starting as a commercial photographer. He is also now known nationally as a fashion shooter for the past 24 years, work-ing out of Chicago and Grand Rapids photographing many international models.
In 1987 he was named Michigan Photographer of the Year. In 1989, at the age of 29, he was the youngest photographer in Michi-gan’s history to receive PPA’s Master of Photography Degree which he achieved with his commercial work. One year later, he received the Pho-tographic Craftsman Degree.
His work has received nu-merous National and International awaards. Tim’s images have also traveled around the world on display in the “International Study Commit-tee Exhibit” and the “World Con-gress of Professional Photography Exhibit”. Tim’s book, “Amazing Women Of West Michigan”, was published by a National publisher and he has written articles for the Professional Photographers of America Magazine