this is the workshop we are recommending for 2010

Are you the most creative and efficient that you could be? Are you making the most of every opportunity? Are you up every night on your computer? Do you have balance in your life? Are you actually making a profit doing what you love? Join award winning photographers Kimberly Wylie and Laura Novak, owners of two of the most profitable portrait studios in the United States, for a workshop that teaches the entire life cycle of a portrait. They will be covering bringing a customer in the door, the photo session, the sales session, efficient workflow and post processing and all those little steps in between. It is rare to find a workshop that teaches each step in such detail, from beginning to end and that is why we love this one. In addition, Brianna Graham is Living the Dream's inspiring guest speaker. With a truly unique style, she will demonstrate a live Urban Shoot in Downtown Denver and will also share with you some of the magic that makes her images one of a kind. more info at www.livingthedreamworkshop.com


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