I had a conversation yesterday with my friend Kenneth Linge. Kenneth is a world class wedding and portrait photographer as well as a photography instructor. In chatting with him about his upcoming seminar (Photographing People, Part 1) this Saturday in Salt Lake City, he mentioned that there were still some spots available. Being someone who is always on the lookout for something to blog about, I freely offered to pass along the info.

I have attended two of Kenneth’s classes in the past year. I find it amazing that a photographer of his level is so willing to freely share the techniques that he has learned in 30+ years as a working pro. Scott Smith (a photographer I met through this blog) attended Kenneth’s last class in Salt Lake City. Here’s a little bit of what he had to say about it on his blog:

“Kenneth teaches seminars in the US and Europe. He successfully completed five European tours last year. Kenneth and his wife Marylyn taught the class of 15 students. Their class was structured in a way to teach some basic fundamentals with techniques they use and build upon them in upcoming seminars. One of the highlights for me was to participate in a live model shoot in downtown Salt Lake City. It was amazing to watch Kenneth look for the natural available light and apply it to create some amazing photographs.”

If you’re interested in learning more about the seminar (and possibly attending), pop on over to Kenneth’s website for more into: http://kennethlinge.com/seminars.html

And when you decide to attend, you can see yours truly in action. I will be there photographing the photographer :)