Posts tagged Creative Photography Workshop
Photo Native 2019 Lineup Announced

The Photo Native 2019 lineup is full of so much heart, wisdom, talent, fun and we can hardly believe it's real. But it is, and we can't wait for you to join us in Palm Springs this coming February 11-13 for the most epic Photo Native yet.

With classes ranging from food styling for wedding photographers, to videography for photographers as well as other solid business, creative, and technical classes we are confident you are going to love, we can honestly say this might be the best money you could spend on your business and personal development.

We will also be opening up registration this fall to the exclusive Native Shoots and Business Boosts for Class Pass holders only. So not only will you have access to two full days of incredible learning, you can also customize and enhance your experience further to fill your individual needs. 

Head over to the Instructors page to learn more about the incredible talent we have on board, and then jump to the Classes page to see what they'll be teaching.

We promise it's an experience you won't want to miss. Join us, you belong.

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Heather Nan | Photo Native Photoshoot

Today we are throwing it way back to the first Photo Native conference in 2016 with this gorgeous shoot by Heather Nan Photography. Featuring a bold black gown and deep floral tones, this shoot is still one of our very favorites.

Floral, Concept & Stylist - Tinge Floral / Photography - Heather Nan Photography / Gowns - Leanne Marshall Designs / Jewelry - H Works / HMU - Janelle Ingram / Paper Goods & Backdrop - Wildfield Paper Co. / Cake - Tess Comrie / Linens - La Tavola / Shoes - Zara / Plates & Flatware - West Elm / Models - Annie Desan & Abby Sands / Assistants - Sarah Knight & Tess Comrie / Studio - The Loft Studio Lehi

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Jean Smith | Photo Native Photoshoot

We can't get enough of the images by Jean Smith from her Native Shoot at the 2018 Photo Native conference.

"As photographers, sometimes we rely on cool locations or amazing styling to carry our photos. But what about the love? What if we strip away the fluff and focus only on human love and interaction? That's exactly what we did for our shoot in the cutest little house in Provo, Utah. We discussed how important it is for the photographer to connect to the couple before, during, and after the shoot. Beyond that, we talked about methods for the photographer to provide direction to the couple and create am environment that the couple can interact naturally and emotionally with each other. Shooting in a home allowed us to get creative with low lighting, directional lighting, and using small spaces to create stunning imagery." Jean Smith

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