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He Said, She Said: Win a Spot in this Photography Workshop {$1,350 Value}

He Said, She Said: Win a Spot in this Photography Workshop {$1,350 Value}

Yesterday, you got to read all about Jean and Travis.  They answered questions about how they got started and even shared a few photography tips!

Now you have a chance to attend their He Said She Said Photography Workshop for FREE.  They will be covering everything from pre-production (location, style and creativity, etc), to production (posing and working with your subject, lighting with off camera flash, etc), and finally, to post production (workflow, post processing, and everything business).   They say “where one is weaker, the other is strong, and together, we offer a complete package with tons-o-knowledge.”

What does this mean?  What is included?  When is it?

  • The workshop will take place on September 17th, 2011, with an optional lighting day on September 16th, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan.
  • The winner will receive a free seat at the workshop on both days ($1350 value)!
  • The winner will ALSO receive a one-on-one (well one-on-two) breakfast or lunch the following day with Travis and Jean to ask questions, get a portfolio review, etc!!!

 

He said, She said photography workshop

Who can win?

  • Any photographer who wants to learn from Jean and Travis!

What is not included?

  • You will need to cover transportation, such as airfare, and lodging, food, spending money, etc…  But it will be SO worth it!

What if I win but cannot attend? What if I am not sure about the dates or if I can get to Detroit, etc? Can I still enter?

  • If you win, you have four options: (1) attend, learn a lot and have a blast, (2) transfer workshop to a friend – this does not mean sell it and it cannot be given away on your blog, (3) let us know and we can draw another winner, (4) use it on a future He Said, She Said Workshop within one year (but keep in mind, no future dates are currently set and there are no guarantees these will work for you)

he said, she said photography workshop

To Enter the Giveaway:

  • Leave a comment. After reading the post from yesterday,come back and tell us the most interesting thing you learned and how attending this workshop could help you, your photography or your photography business (leave your answers in the comment section of the blog*). 
  • Please like us on Facebook. Make sure to “like” MCP Actions on Facebook.

For Extra Entries:

  • Spread the word through social networking. Post about this contest or about what you love about MCP Actions on any social media sites: Facebook, Twitter, Blog, Stumble Upon, etc. For every place you post, come back and add a comment with a link sharing where you did this. You can get up to 5 extra entries for this – any additional may be deleted.
  • Add the MCP Actions banner (or a text link to our site) on your blog– please use the text “Photoshop actions for photographers” and link to our site. For the banner, grab the code from the sidebar. Once you add this, leave a comment* and let us know you did.

What if I don’t win?

  • Well, that would be a bummer.  But if you don’t win, and really want to come, Travis and Jean are offering anyone mentioning MCP Actions $150 off of the registration fee.

 

 

Contest Rules and Deadlines:

  • The contest starts on Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 at 9am eastern time. The winner will be selected via random.org on the evening of Sunday, July 31st, 2011.
  • To increase chances of winning, participate in the “extra” entries.
  • * Comments must be posted on the MCP Blog, not in the notes section of Facebook. Follow the link to this post on MCP Actions Blog for your entries to qualify.
  • Winner is responsible for any travel related fees, including but not limited lodging, food, and travel to Detroit, Michigan.
  • This contest is void where prohibited by law.
  • This contest is sponsored by MCP Actions and He Said, She Said Workshops.
  • NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.

 

If you want to learn more from Jean and Travis, make sure to “like” them on Facebook: Jean’s Facebook Page and Travis’ Facebook Page.

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356 Comments

  1. July 27, 2011 at 10:18 am —

    I loved the interview with he said/she said. I love how they both come from completely different backgrounds and interests, and end up with the same passion. My favorite part was when Jean was talking about starting a business and how you know when you are ready. That was very inspirational to me, because it made me feel even more confident that I am ready. At the end of their article, I was wishing it was longer…so that’s why I would love to get a seat at that workshop. It would be amazing!

  2. July 27, 2011 at 10:19 am —
  3. Aaron Redman
    July 27, 2011 at 10:19 am —

    The most interesting thing I learned is that Travis has done what I have thought about many times; quit the corporate life to pursue his passion for photography. The realist in me says, “no way you’re crazy”, while the dreamer in me says, “why not?”. There is so much I have to learn before I could consider making photography a full-time career. This workshop would be an excellent opportunity to develop my skills and give me confidence to determine if I should keep photography as a hobby or take it to the next level.

  4. July 27, 2011 at 10:20 am —

    Loved reading the blog post interview with Jean and Travis Smith ~ He Said/She Said!
    The parts that struck me the most were Travis’ decision to follow his passion and Jean’s support to let him do it. I’m still afraid to let go and take such a chance. I also have 4 boys, who are now young men, and I am still looking for balance between work and family.
    I would happily travel from Massachusetts to Detroit for a weekend of learning about photography. It sounds like it is going to be full of wonderful information and will be balanced by having the perspectives of both Travis and Jean. This could be the push I need to try marketing some of my photographs!

  5. July 27, 2011 at 10:23 am —

    Shared on twitter
    @myphotojourney

    I would LOVE to win!!!

  6. Corinne
    July 27, 2011 at 10:24 am —

    AH – this is the workshop for me. I too left the corporate world just a few years ago (to care for our children & MI economy wasn’t on my side) and recently created my own photography business. I think their experience would benefit me greatly PLUS I really like that they will be focusing on one lighting tech. to help enhance images. I’ve been focusing on newborn/baby and senior portrait work so both Jean & Travis have a speciality that I can incorporate into my offerings. I can not afford to attend this workshop on my own so winning would be WONDERFUL. I will soon be sending additional entries via social media links. Oh – I’ve been a MCP FB fan for awhile.
    Thanks,
    Corinne Marie
    Epic Edge Photography

  7. July 27, 2011 at 10:24 am —

    Posted on my personal Facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=673568160

    I loved their advice about how to make a 50mm a macro lens! Great suggestion. I am going to go try that right now!

  8. Kimberly Seyboldt
    July 27, 2011 at 10:26 am —

    Love the idea of making a macro lens!!!

  9. July 27, 2011 at 10:27 am —

    added to my FB page: http://www.facebook.com/martha.wells21
    and tweeted too: https://twitter.com/#!/mousew ~ where I link to a photo a day from my collection!

  10. Shari VV
    July 27, 2011 at 10:27 am —

    I loved that Travis quit his job to pursue his passion. I did that almost 11 years ago with no regrets (well, almost… I was laid off and started my own design biz). Now that I’ve got tons of great equipment and have been practicing like crazy, I want to add pro photography services to even more of my clients. This workshop would be wonderful!!

  11. Vivian
    July 27, 2011 at 10:27 am —

    Ok so when I first read the macro tip. I had no clue what they were talking about, but after reading more on it, I LOVE the idea!! So clever! I hope I win!

  12. Aaron Redman
    July 27, 2011 at 10:32 am —

    I posted to my personal Facebook page too.

    https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=1437900562

  13. Dayna Lyn
    July 27, 2011 at 10:33 am —

    Oh my goodness would I love to win this!! I’m uberly passionate about photography and would to win a chance to attend their workshop!! I loved reading Jean and Travis article yesterday, and have enjoyed searching their websites. The tip about using your 50mm as a macro lens, is amazing!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  14. July 27, 2011 at 10:38 am —

    my favorite tip would have to be the macro lens tip, brilliance! Fan on facebook.

  15. Courtney
    July 27, 2011 at 10:38 am —

    I don’t have a business because I want to be better before I start one. This workshop would be PERFECT for me. I want to explore my style, natural light, or artificial, or both. Oh man I want to win. PICK ME!

  16. July 27, 2011 at 10:39 am —

    What did I love? I loved the idea of creating your own sun with OFC. I need to learn this for seniors…… really, really need to learn this. I’d love to win a seat in your workshop! I also love that you have 4 boys….. wow! I have 3 boys + 1 spit-fire little girl and there are days…..let me tell you. 😉 Anyhow, I’d love to kick up my photography a notch or two, and I think your workshop would be the answer!

  17. Tricia Orr
    July 27, 2011 at 10:42 am —

    This would be an amazing workshop to attend. Jean did a session with a friend of mine and I’ve been following her work ever since in awe. The part that hit me is that it’s ok to say no and in fact, should say no more often. A huge benefit of the workshop for me would be to gain more confidence so I know I would be giving each client that amazing portfolio Jean was talking about. It’s about improving your skills and never thinking you’ve arrived but keeping the passion at the same time. This would be great!

  18. July 27, 2011 at 10:43 am —

    Besides the bit about letting your husband pursue his dreams (I’m trying, I’m really trying!) I loved this little tip: “A fun little trick is to turn your 50 mm lens into an instant and super sharp macro lens by taking it off the camera, turning it around, and manual focusing.” Gonna try that today!

  19. Dayna Lyn
    July 27, 2011 at 10:43 am —

    I added your banner to my blog….http://bugginoutinwi.blogspot.com/

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