See, Capture and Develop your Plan C
The constant pursuit to innovate in your business, your photography and your life can be a daunting task.
What happens when your plan A and plan B fail?
Learn the skills of plan C and why it might be your best 1st option. During this full day workshop we will jump in and tackle how to SEE, CAPTURE & DEVELOP your PLAN C.
This workshop is tailored to the photography industry but it may surprise you how it applies to all areas of your life.
Real world marketing and business strategies will be explored that can set you up for growth and kick start you for 2017.
We will delve into concepts on fixing the issue vs just putting a bandage on the problem. How to establish credibility in your market place and many more topics.
This is not your normal photography class, be prepared to engage, think, share and grow.
In attending this workshop in August 2016, Bryan shared several interesting perspectives on business, pricing, creativity, and growth. I walked away with a few key ideas to guide my photography business objectives for the coming year. -- Aaron Hockley
Join Bryan Welsh for this full day workshop from 9-4:30 on October 15th and PPA members will receive 1 merit for attending.
Bryan Welsh, Cr. Photog., FP-OR, API, - a second-generation photographer is recognized for his creative stylized journalistic photography to both his clients and peers. Bryan has taught at the Professional Photographers of America national convention IUSA, PPA Super One Days and to State and Local PPA photography affiliates across the country.
Bryan has received numerous merits and awards in print competition on both a local and national level that include - PPA Loan Collections, Fuji MASTERPIECE Awards and Kodak Gallery Awards. His images have appeared in Studio Photography and Professional Photographer magazine(s) as well as used in Nikon's National advertising.
Bryan has the Photographic Craftsman Degree from Professional Photographers of America, the Fellow of Photography Degree from the Oregon Professional Photographers Association and is a member of the American Society of Photographers (ASP). Bryan holds the status of an Approved Photographic Instructor (API) from PPA.
This workshop is PPA-accredited; PPA attendees who attend the entire session will receive one PPA merit.