Like I said it has been almost 7 years and her main concept still survives.
She wanted to make photographers better and she wanted to it at cost almost everyone could afford.
She knew that to peek their interests and get them into the studio she would have to provide them with an opportunity to shoot something that they would want but may not have the resources to get for themselves.
What better way to attract an audience of developing photographers than a chance to work with fine art nudes.
She understood that getting photographers comfortable with the nude form and the skills necessary to light them would be transferable to other formats such as fashion, glamour and commercial imagery.
Since her primary motive was not to make a profit just to recouping her cost, so she would price the workshop at a near loss every time.
She went out and found models with free spirits and great attitudes.
She knew starting out that things would be more organized chaos but trusted in the end with the help of her army of new artists everything would work out fine.
With each new workshop, things did progress but not always without a hitch or disappointments.
Her goal was slowly being accomplished, her legion of new artist were getting better, more confident and more independent.
So she moved forward with ....
More to come