Monday, December 03, 2007

Inspiration.

About a year ago when the concept for The REVOLUTION workshop was born, I was on a 2 week long trip out in California. TJ and I clocked nearly 800 miles in the car we rented. Our trip started in Southern California and included 2 trips up and down the coast. Why was I there?

Inspiration.

I needed a "jolt" to my insides - something to get my creative juices flowing. What better than spending time shooting along the California coast, meeting and making new friends along way? While out there, we got together for an "unconference" sponsored by Big Folio.

Not only did I come home with some amazing images that charged me to the core - I met so many people who have given me so much inspiration.

Out of that inspiration is where REVOLUTION was born. I wanted a way to share the charge I get out of shooting and trying new things. It's that "feeling" you get every time you open a new gallery of images, and finding the one - that "perfect" image. It's what makes us photographers, it consumes us - you know what I mean?

Because in the beginning, it was all about the images. And in the end, that's all that counts. Revolution isn't about workflow, marketing, or sales - it's about your passion: photography. Your imagery, your growth, & your belief in yourself...everything else in your business flows from this.

I am proud to announce the 2nd phase of the REVOLUTION workshop. I am also super stoked that Texas super star Fred Egan will be joining us! His imagery is as big as the state he calls home, and he's challenged me to a "walk-off" - you won't want to miss it! :)



Make sure to check the REVO blog for all the details.

4 Comments:

Blogger Shyla said...

The walk off alone would be worth the attendance ;)

YAY for you three!

1:37 PM  
Blogger Fred Egan said...

Are you challenging me to walk off...Boo-Lander??

2:08 PM  
Blogger jason groupp said...

"Well I guess it all started the first time I went through the second grade. I caught my reflection in a spoon while I was eating my cereal, and I remember thinking "wow, you're ridiculously good looking, maybe you could do that for a career."

You're on! :)

1:36 PM  
Blogger Neil Cowley said...

I'm in your corner Jason, reppin the east side; don't let that upstart youngster pull any tricks on you!

10:30 AM  

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