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Just a quick reminder that I'll be running my very popular one-day Alamy stock photography and LiveNews workshop again in Cirencester on April 7th this year....... Full details here: https://www.abbeyphotoschool.co.uk/alamy-sales-seminar And if you can't get to Cirencester, I'll also be running a two/three day workshop in Tuscany later that month....... keith morris
Just a quick reminder to anyone interested that i'm going to be running another of my one-day intensive seminar/workshops on stock photography, with particular emphasis on Alamy and AlamyLiveNews, in Cirencester on March 18th 2017. I'll be giving insights on the sort of work I do, and tips on shooting, editing, captioning and keywording....all essential skills for the aspiring stock photographer It'll be a mixture of theoretical and practical work, and will include a walkabout in that lovely town where you can put some of the training into practice. More details on the event are here: http://www.abbeyphotoschool.co.uk/alamy_sales_seminar.html There are still a few places left, but not many Hope to see some of you there Here's a photo from the 2015 workshop...some of you may recognise yourselves... km Some quotes from past participants: Here are some quotes from our last seminar: “I absolutely loved the day and really came away feeling enthused.” Jim C “Thanks again for the course your energy and enthusiasm and openness made for an excellent day. “ Alex M “I really enjoyed the day. I thought the content and information was great for those up us who were just beginning on the Stock journey. “ Rob C “It was certainly very inspiring and has made me want to step more into the reportage / RM world!” Tom G “I think the day was a great success and I enjoyed it very much, in addition to learning lots of valuable information” Christopher J “Hi Keith, thanks again for an inspirational day in Cirencester.” Chris P “The workshop/seminar was absolutely fantastic. Learnt so much and you presented very openly with the reality that a street reportage photographer experiences daily. It was nice to see how close I was, yet those few little tweaks can make all the difference. “ Cernan E