Take a Photography Workshop with Todd & Brad Reed
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A reminder for photography enthusiasts: The 2018 LACA Online Photo Contest is held every March.
The Ludington Area Center for the Arts Online Photo Contest is open to photographers of any age from anywhere in the world. The contest will feature two divisions: Pro/Advanced Amateur and an Amateur Division. The contest also features 7 categories, including a cell-phone category. We would like to encourage photographers of all experience levels to enter and have a chance to win. The proceeds from this year’s contest will go towards the purchase of a high end projector for the Art Center, as well as Performance Hall upgrades. We urge you to take time to choose your entries and be ready for the start of the contest! Please click HERE for more information.
2018 Workshop Dates
May 4-6, 2018
May 18-20, 2018
October 19-21, 2018
October 26-28, 2018 (Advanced Weekend Workshop)
Price for the workshop is $400, which includes food and refreshments. Lodging at Cartier Mansion is NOT included. To register for the workshops, call the Todd and Brad Reed Gallery at 231-843-0777 or stop in to the downtown gallery. Each workshop must have a 10 person minimum and is limited to the first 15 people to sign up.
Heaven on Hamlin Advanced Workshop
January 19-21, 2018
August 24-26, 2018
You must have taken both of the Reed's first two weekend workshops to take this class. Cost is $795 that includes a $250 non-refundable deposit. Class is limited to the first seven students. Participants stay at a home on Hamlin Lake. You have your own bedroom and several bathrooms are available. Lodging, all meals, and workshop fees are included in the price.
What to Bring to the Picture Perfect Weekend Workshop:
- At least 6 different prints (any size) of your best work for critique. These must be printed out on paper or photo paper. They can be your favorite shots, even if they didn't turn out. We can help you figure out what went wrong.
- A camera (film or digital) and instruction manual.
- Bring lots of batteries for your own kind of camera. Remember that cool evenings on Lake Michigan can eat up battery life.
- A working tripod that works with your own camera would be strongly advised.
- Dress for the elements. It can get pretty cool on Lake Michigan, even during the summer.
- Good hiking shoes for walking in the sand and on the water's edge is recommended for people who get cold feet. Waterproof boots are recommended.
- A good hat that you can put in your pocket and taken out in case you need to protect yourself from the winds coming off Lake Michigan.
- And, of course, gloves that are easy to take on and off while you are taking pictures are also recommended.
You never know what the weather will be like on the shores of Lake Michigan. Hopefully it will be warm and beautiful, but if not, it is worth it to be prepared. The Reeds shoot in almost any weather and the best shots usually come during storms!
See the Todd & Brad Reed Photo Gallery at 114 W. Ludington Ave. in downtown Ludington, visit their website at www.toddandbradreed.com or call the gallery at (231) 843-0777.