Its registration time again...
This registration is for The Photographers' Workshop that runs from March 25th - June 2nd, 2013 and registration for that class opens up this Monday morning (February 4th) at 9:00 a.m. Pacific time.
To register just go here. (Note that you will not be able to register prior to 9 a.m. Pacific time on February 4th.)
The workshop runs for 10 weeks, includes 45 lesson (a total of 450+ pages of information and images) and 9 assignments. There is a class forum (an image from the Q&A Board is shown below) where you can interact with your classmates, post all of your questions, upload your assignments and post images for fun and/or critique. (This forum is my full time job so you'll have access to me 40+ hours a week during the entire course.)
As usual, I'll be opening up both regular seats ($395) and auditing seats ($245) in the workshop. The ONLY difference between regular students and auditing students is that I do not provide evaluations for auditing students. Other than that though, auditors can ask questions, upload assignments for peer evaluation and participate in the workshop just like a regular student.
So auditing seats are ideal for anyone who wants to work at their own pace or save money or for anyone who was unable to snag a seat as a regular student.
Additionally, if you register as a regular or auditing student during Monday's registration, please note that I'm offering a temporary, discounted price for telephone/Skype consults ($75 per consult) that can be scheduled before, during or after the workshop ends (though I think you'd get the most benefit out of scheduling it after the workshop ends) and that consult time can be used for me to review and critique your images and to work through any concepts or problems you're struggling with in your photography.
So the price of auditing ($245 + $75 = $320) is actually $75 less than what it would cost to take the class as a regular student since I'm offering the telephone/Skype consult at this discounted price...and that's $75 that could be put towards a new lens! (And not to push anyone in any particular direction...but consults are my FAVORITE thing to do!)
Oh, and don't forget that one of the bonuses of the workshop is that Erin Cobb spends a week in the forum helping students fine tune her Clean Color editing process (and that's available to both auditing and regular students!)
If you have any questions, please add them to the comments section of this post and/or:
- Click here and then at the bottom of the photo, click on 'click here to view a FAQ sheet'
- Check out the comments section of this post for photos and feedback from past students. (Yes, I do indeed have the best students ever.)
Looking forward to seeing some of your names on the March 2013 class roster!!!