We were wondering when Mr. Canlas was going to show his home state some love. What do Hawaii and San Francisco have on Utah anyway? (That question was rhetorical, friends. We know all about those beaches and trolleys and stuff.) Finally and luckily for we locals, the next Film is Not Dead workshop with Jonathan Canlas is taking place in none other than our very own Park City. It just might be the best thing to hit Main Street since Sundance, and those lenses will rest easily on views of the towering Wasatch, historic barns and picturesque streets.
So dust off a has-been Canon or snatch up a new DSLR. Film and digital shooters are welcome at this three-day workshop, taking place October 5th through 7th. If you register before August 5th, you’ll get daily lectures, hands-on shoots, breakfast and lunches for $2000.
Some topics that will be covered include but are not limited to:
- Film: who, what, when, why and how
- Learning to love family formals
- Storytelling through details
- Making every event publishable
- How to define your vision
The workshop also includes a workbook that will act as a guide once the bell rings, a DVD, and unlimited film provided by Fuji. No plane tickets are necessary this time around. All you need is a ride to Summit County.