Lighting It Up in Austin with Robert Seale

Lighting It Up in Austin with Robert Seale

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We had a wonderful time in Austin, TX this past weekend with our first PhotoShelter in-person event of the year entitled “Thriving in Uncertain Photographic Times.” The weather was unbelievable and we got down to Lockhart, TX to have the most delectable BBQ at Smitty’s. We love Austin!

The sold out crowd was buzzing, and Taylor Davidson started us off with a very thought-provoking presentation entitled “Creating Context for your Content.”


I did a presentation on SEO for photographers. I was happy to see that one of the people in the top three results for “Austin Wedding Photographer” was in the audience!

Robert Seale showed some fantastic images and discussed his transition from newspaper to magazine to freelance. We had a very spirited panel discussion with Deborah Cannon, Darren Carroll, Eric Hegwer, Jack Hollingsworth, Taylor Jones, and Robert Seale.

Then Robert did a killer lighting demonstration with digital tech Taylor Jones in the main outdoor expanse of the Long Center for the Performing Arts. Local rock musician Michael Scott Parker of Creature Rock was the highly talented and entertaining model.

We were so pleased with the reaction and the results that we decided to ask Robert to do a follow-up webinar to discuss the planning, set-up and execution of the shoot, and to show some of the final images. Join us for a free webinar:

Lighting It Up in Austin with Robert Seale
Wednesday, March 31
7pm EST
Register Now!

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Allen Murabayashi is the Chairman and co-founder of PhotoShelter.

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  1. tod grubbs at 6:45 pm

    Allen, My wife and I both enjoyed the sessions and all the info presented was awesome! I have some good pictures of the photo shoot action including Allen at work with his D3s taking video. I will post some of pictures to my photoshelter gallery tomorrow and let you know where they are. We will be out of town on a photo shoot on March 31 and will miss the live webinar. ; < We will be on the north Texas coast at High Island’s Smith rookery that day hopefully taking some great pictures of the Birds in full mating plumage. I hope the webinar will be available to view later? Re Tod Grubbs Bee Creek Photography http://beecreekphotography.com

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