Such a lovely surprise to see a recent photograph win the Wedding Photojournalist Association’s contest! I love this moment from Kerry and Evan’s wedding at the lovely Thompson Hotel Chicago. It’s hard not to smile when I see this photograph! Thanks so much, Wedding Photojournalist Association, check out all of the winning photography here!
I couldn’t be more excited to return to London this May 2-3! My Moment-Driven Workshop: LONDON is a two-day shooting workshop is designed to help you step outside your comfort zone. You will photograph strangers, learn how to capture moments without posing, and work on what is holding you back as a photographer. You CAN capture authentic, emotionally storytelling images without posing or direction, and no longer fear getting the camera where it needs to be. Book before March 18 for a 50 pound discount!
how to make stronger images, how to capture moments during a portrait session, and how to overcome any anxiety you may experience in documenting and interacting with strangers
an opportunity to step outside your comfort zone, learn how to document moments during portrait sessions and join a private Facebook group of moment-driven alumni for future support!
in shooting assignments in downtown Chicago documenting strangers. This is not a “stand around, watching Candice photograph models” session. This is a hands-on workshop – the best way to learn something is to do it yourself!
I’m also thrilled to introduce my Shoot With Your Heart Workshop: CHICAGO on April 6. This 1-day Street Photography and Intuition Workshop for Photographers will focus on using our intuition for not only nailing the shot but propelling our business.
-Create the 2017 vision for your business
-Learn how to use your intuition to capture powerful moments
-Shoot photos on the streets of Chicago to practice your new skills
-Stop worrying about posing your subjects and compose shots with feeling
-Learn my favorite techniques to use manifestation to reach your goals
-Build your own happiness routine to stay resilient in the face of setbacks