I have made so much today for this weekends classes. A spanking new trash book for the Bristol retreat, another exploding box (my 5 millionth one this year - love them) and 2 suprise projects for Tracies retreat, 1 lagging behind CJ, a mess, more mess, crumbs and the bed! Mwahahahahahhaha.
Thats on top of keeping up with bookings for the Creative Photography workshop in February. There are only 2 places left you know, so go and check out yesterdays blog entry to find out more. It's been such a suprise to see a large response that Natalie is going to run one down south (darn sarf is that gals?) which I will bob along to and assist her with. These taster courses will give you enough knowledge to take your settings from automatic to a systematic wowness. The apperture settings alone are the key with my subjects but unlocking the hidden internal extras will sure bring a crisp, sharp finish to your future shoots. You will become so dangerous afterwards that the kids will scream blue murder when you ask for "just one more". I get that alot. I get the hand up infront of the face as I slink away like a naughty, snooping member of the paparazzi.
b. the sheets
c. your hubbies pyjama trouser leg.
mwahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha (that was my most evil mwahahahahaha ever!). Please, please, please send your healing vibes and get well gifts in the form of Basic Grey's new Blush collection pack to my house here: No 1 Snot Lane, Bogeyville, Sniffledom.
**As this went to press I sold the last two places on the course - hurrah!** (little do they know that they actually signed up to be on my new show - Im a photographer, get me out of here. This is where we plant them in a ditch off the M42 and using their manual settings, they have to work out how to set the ISO, WB and shutter speed in a time span of 2 minutes before a runaway truck hurtles into them. Failure to complete the task will have them set in traction eating live cockroaches mixed with ground compact flash cards in an effort to be directed back to the ditch to learn fierce teaching techniques from natalie o'shea... remember Im the good guy)