Studio Update: Masters of the Wall Portrait Seminar Completion
Welcome 2017! What a busy beginning to the year it has been for us here at Ana Pascos Photography! And it’s only January!
We have been working hard making improvements to our website, compiling a list of Toronto’s charitable fundraisers that we will be working with and donating to this year (if you have a worthy cause in need of a silent or live auction item, give us a call), as well as getting ready for upcoming events that will be popping up at the studio throughout the year.
But most of all, our heads are spinning, as we just returned from the exclusive Masters of the Wall Portrait seminar that took place this year in Tampa, Florida. During this intense educational experience, we had the honour of listening to the world’s top Master Portraitists, and learn valuable skills and strategies that will elevate your portrait experience to higher levels than ever before!
We are giddy with excitement here, looking forward to an incredible new year ahead!
Now, I leave you with a few photographs from the Masters seminar. Believe it or not, I was so wrapped up in learning and soaking up new and mind-blowing ideas from the instructors, that I completely forgot to document my journey. Luckily I was allowed to borrow the following images captured by my colleagues, and I wanted to share them with you.
Brad Cansler showing his work displayed on a variety of different mediums.
Brad Cansler doing a posing demonstration.
Richard Donovan speaking about the importance of appropriately-sized art.
I had the honour to be selected to create this year’s formal portrait of our incredible speakers; Richard Donovan, Sterling Hoffman, Stan Lawrence, and Brad Cansler (left to right).
The final portrait of the Masters.
Receiving my certificate of completion.
Our full group of talented artists on the last day of the seminar.
Our brains were mush, overloaded with information. Our spirits are higher than ever before. Our hearts were filled with meaningful friendships that formed during these very long four days of learning. I miss each one of them already!