Amanda Holloway and High Impact Marketing

2014 High Impact Marketing with BLOOM

ALL THE DETAILS:
1. This workshop is for forum members only, therefore, you must be a member of the forum to take the workshop. To become a member, simply head here to sign up.
2. Registration takes place inside the forum in the Bloom News section under Mini Workshop Information.
3. The workshop will run from Monday, May 12th – Friday, May 23rd.
4. 30 active seats are available at $300.00 per seat.
5. 50 silent seats are available at $275.00 per seat. Silent seats will be able to view and download all the workshop material but cannot post inside the private forum, email Amanda and get cc on their homework.
6. The private workshop information will be available for one month after the workshop ends.
7. This is an online workshop and students work at their own pace within the allotted workshop dates.
8. Registration is now open on a first come first serve basis.

*THERE IS A 100 MILE RADIUS RESTRICTION FROM THE WOODLANDS, TX*

POLICIES:
No refunds are given once a seat is purchased, however, you can sell your seat on your own.

You can visit Amanda at site || blog || facebook || pinterest || instagram

If you have any questions regarding the content of the workshop, please email Amanda directly at amandahollowayphotography@gmail.com. For all other emails, please feel free to send us an email at everythingbloom@gmail.com.
Thanks all!
The Bloom Team

The Weekend Update: April 11

© Linnae Harris via The Bloom Forum photo courtesy of Linnae Harris | Linnae Designs

· This morning, take a stab at slowing it all down and drinking your coffee with two hands.

· Sony is about to introduce a handheld full frame camera that can shoot at 409600 ISO and folks, that aint no April Fool’s.

· We want to be an entire troop of daymakers.

· A salad that provides detox benefits as well as glowing skin? We’re all the way in!

· Spring means pretty plants to renew your space! Place your fresh finds on these DIY copper plant stands for a real eye-catching corner!

· Chore Monster – the brilliant new app that will have your kids cranking out tasks left and right!

· No one can eat just one: Toasted Pistachio Toffee Brittle.

· The bill attempting to grant women fair pay is having a tought time gaining momentum. NOT COOL.

· “You cannot be really first-rate at your work if your work is all you are.”

Cheers for Friday and well wishes for your whole weekend! xoxo

Discoveries from The Magic of Light With Summer Murdock

We all know, photo worthy opportunities happen right in front of us morning, noon or night. Waiting for the light to be “just right” can often cause the moment to slip by without even a moment’s notice.

Like a seasoned cowgirl, Summer Murdock has wrangled light in ways we’ve never dreamed possible, sometimes even in the unforgiving high noon on a camera a simple as her iPhone. We knew without question that her two-week workshop would be met with raves and cheers in our forum and beyond. Her thoughtful dedication to her attendees to explore the foundations of light and manipulate it into an artist’s advantage has set up The Magic of Light to be one of our most popular workshops yet!

“I am so grateful to Bloom and to Brenda for giving me this fabulous opportunity to teach something I feel so passionately about. I feel so incredibly honored that these talented photographers saw something in my work that made them want to spend their time with me in the Magic of Light Workshop. It is amazing to see significant growth in the students in such a short amount of time. I was able to witness many “aha” moments. Nothing makes me happier than to see photographers begin to gain the tools and knowledge that will help them bring to life the images that have been previously stuck inside their heads. I saw a lot of that during this last class. The Magic of Light workshop is more than just learning technique though. It’s about slowing down and seeing all the beauty in the world around us, being inspired by it, and then using your camera to capture it deliberately and with intent. It’s about being inspired by the light and the life around you, no longer being a slave to your camera, and creating cool images in whatever light is available. It’s also about having an open and safe space to learn and grow.

These are some of the images that the talented and inspiring students created during the last run of the workshop…”

amanda burrfinal Amanda of Amanda Burr Photography

AmyRodfinal Amy of Amy Rodriguez Photography

casskiggins Cass of Cass Kiggins Photography

catewnekfinal Cate of Cate Wnek

chantellsimfinal Chantell Sim of Chasing Tydes

sarahhayes Sarah of Sarah Hayes Photography

corrieowensfinal Corrie of Corrie Owens Photography

Jacci Morgan Jacci of Sam & Jackie Photography

jamiefaulknerfinal Jamie of Jamie Faulkner Photography

sarahswanson Sarah Swanson of Snappy Apple Photography

Janielle Janielle Vergne-Granstaff

JillianGouldingfinal Jillian of Jillian Goulding

Karen Montgomery Karen of ten13 Photography

loridorzier Lori Dozier of Lori Dozier Photography

kathrynjewkes Kathryn of Kathryn Jewkes Photography

Rachel McCalleyfinal Rachel of Rachel McCalley Photography

Robin Bonner Robin of Robin Bonner Photography

Ready to wrangle your own light at The Magic of Light with Summer? Registration opens up inside the forum on Wednesday, April 23rd at 9:00 am MST. Dont miss it!

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