Photography Workshops….. Update

Hi there! Happy Monday! It's a brand new week and a brand new year! I am super excited for twenty ten and all that it has in store! I have been going through my calendar this morning doing some planning and looking at some deadlines (for something that I am doing later this year that I am dying to share with you but can't yet). I can already feel the excitement of creativity and new adventures and can tell it is going to be a great year! 

I am looking forward to the start of a brand new advanced photography workshop that starts next month and am humbled at the amazing response I have had so far. There are just a couple of spots left for the February start date and I am looking at the calendar to set dates for another one. 

I also just opened up registration for my next beginner/intermediate class which will run from March 15th – April 24th. (registration link here)

Starting a new class today with a great group and looking forward to getting to know all of them better on the message board and seeing them go through the journey from shooting in auto to shooting completely in manual in just a few short weeks! That is the one thing I will never tire of — seeing the quick progress that the students make and also hearing their excitement and surprise at how quickly they are able to make the jump into full manual mode! It is so rewarding as a teacher to see your students succeed and accomplish their goals!! I truly love it! (If you are signed up for the current class and haven't received an email from me, please email me asap! Remember that the only email I have is the one linked to your paypal account unless you have notified me otherwise.)


On another note I just want to say thank you to all of my blog readers, clients, students and friends for making 2009 such a fabulous year! I truly appreciate all of you and am amazed all the time at your kindness, your sweet comments and emails, your support and friendship and the simple fact that you keep coming back to share this wonderful journey with me! I want to make sure you all know that I truly appreciate you and your support! Thank you!

Lots of shoots that I still need to showcase from the past few months…. here is one to get us started:

(You may recognize one of these cute girls…. her picture from another shoot we did a couple years back was featured on the cover of Creating Keepsakes Magazine! You can see it here!)


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 What do you think? Aren't they the cutest family? And I was in love with their outfits and the truck that they lined up for us to use! It was such a fun shoot!! I still have some more to share from this one but thought I would break it up… more to come! I am off to try to make a dent in this scrapbook room/office of mine. It is quite a disaster and is in some serious need of cleaning and organization. I guess you could say that is number one on my to-do list for the year! Have a great Monday!

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  • greg (gman)
    January 4, 2010 at 8:42 pm

    i admit, i have a thing for old trucks. great photos!

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    January 5, 2010 at 12:37 am

    It was cool! When I saw those pictures, it feels like those pictures had taken me away to another side of heaven.

  • Efrat Kashat
    January 5, 2010 at 11:06 am

    *sigh* these photos are so adorable!!!

  • Julie Brazeau
    January 5, 2010 at 5:27 pm

    Hi Maggie! Just wanna say how great your pix are…i’m such a fan. I’d love to take your class in the near futur but I’m just wondering how great it will be if it’s online and not face to face!!!Keep up the good work and the inspiration.

  • april foster
    January 5, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    Maggie, I just love this photo shoot! those props are fantastic. I want an old truck just for photos 🙂
    Julie, I was a student in Maggie’s first online photo class and I must say it was worth it. The type of class it is, it makes sense that it’s online. Everyone’s camera is slightly different, so whether you’re online or in person, you’d have to refer to your manual some, but this way, you can do it on your whole time and the class isn’t held up by slower/faster students. Also, in an online class you get the benefit of shooting over several weeks and in multiple lighting conditions, something you wouldn’t necessarily get in a one-day shoot. There’s more time to mentally process the information and it costs a fraction of the cost of one-on-one time with a photographer to learn very basic stuff. email me if you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer (

  • Jen
    January 6, 2010 at 7:27 pm

    Your photos stun me…they actually take my breathe away. Beautiful!

  • Tina
    January 7, 2010 at 7:24 pm

    they are so cute! and that truck is the perfect backdrop for such a quirky family.
    btw…thanks for you comment 🙂

  • La grande cupcake
    January 7, 2010 at 8:35 pm

    Thanks April…I’m seriously considering it!

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  • Kelsey
    January 12, 2010 at 8:52 pm

    I am interested in taking the beginners class but am a teacher and therefore really busy during the school year, do you usually teach classes during the summer?

  • Littletreeco
    February 3, 2010 at 4:18 pm

    I just love the different locations you find for your shoots. I too am a local photographer and being new to the East Valley I am always looking for new places to shoot. I would love to know where some of the locations are that you shoot at. Thanks

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