wedding-photography-creative-compositionsIf you’re on the fence about doing something awesome this summer, it’s time to just go for it and take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity!

As you know, our Editor-in-Chief, Pye Jirsa will be teaching intensive (back-to-back) 2-day wedding workshops in the Bahamas on May 28th-29th and May 31-June 1st as part of the Fstoppers workshop in Atlantis. There are only 15 students in each class…and there are ONLY 5 SPOTS LEFT!

In the following video, Pye and Kaylee (the stylist), discuss the content, schedule and equipment and what the 2 days will look like with the rest of the group that have already signed up for the workshop. As much as I begged, Pye wouldn’t let me go, but you still can! Well, if you are one of the lucky 5 who sign up in time. Go sign up before it’s too late…and if you do, send me pictures so I can live vicariously through you!

If this fun bunch of people haven’t convinced you yet, here is a description of the workshop and an intro video:

Our approach to Fstoppers Atlantis is going to be just like our signature educational products on SLR Lounge. Rather than just simply teaching specific techniques, we will be teaching photographers to have a mastery of wedding and couples portraiture. As always, we want our students to walk away from a class with the ability to understand exactly how to shoot an image they might see later online. Rather than simply knowing how to shoot in one situation, our students will master several on-location lighting techniques that they can use in any scene and environment.

Our Wedding and Couples Portraiture Workshop at Fstoppers Atlantis is probably going to be one of the most intense workshops any photographer has attended. We expect photographers to enter the class expecting to work hard as we will be working 10-12 hours each day of the two day workshop. You will be tired, sore and exhausted, but you will walk away from the class with a foundation in portraiture that will carry you through the rest of your career.

–> [Click Here to Register]

To read more about the workshop, head on over to the Fstoppers and read all about it!