We welcomed Colcorado based photographer David Tejada as our featured speaker for the first ULS Photographer Networking Evening last week. There was a great turnout of Seattle photographers (and some from Canada) who had a chance to talk shop with colleagues as well as learn from David. His presentation focused on his extensive use of off camera speedlights for location photography. David shared all sorts of tricks and techniques with the crowd and then hosted a following day workshop where 10 photographers were able to work 1 on 1 with him. We’re pleased to have David as a friend of ULS and look forward to welcoming him back in the future.
We had a great response to our Photographer Networking Evening and will look to get another one scheduled soon so stay tuned. Feel free to email us if you would like to be included on our invite list.
We are pleased to welcome David Tejada as the featured speaker in the first in a series of Photographer Networking Socials at ULS Aug 18 at 7p. David is a highly regarded Denver based commercial photographer well known within the national photographic community for his Small Strobes Big Results” website and workshop series. He will give a slide show presentation of his work and discuss his transition to using small strobes for all assignment work. Stick around afterward for refreshments and a chance to network with other photographers and explore our studio.
This event is free and tickets are available on a first come first serve basis. Please email email@example.com for tickets. Some spaces may also be available in David’s day workshop at our studio on Aug 19 see davidtejada.com for details.
Why yes that is a gallery in our gallery. June brought us Free Life Center” – an arts grant funded touring gallery and exhibition. Yes a touring gallery. Portland artists Seth Neefus and Mark Warren Jaques created a modular art gallery structure out of salvaged materials. They then set out on a journey through the US and Canada with their gallery and artwork towed beind them. We were priviliged to be their only Seattle stop as the structure was constructed inside our Main Space for a one night show then disassembled and gone less than 24 hours later. All were treated to an especially unique evening of art and music including a rousing musical set by the Lonesome Billies.”