Last Updated on 08/14/2011 by Chris Gampat
Today, we are more than happy to announce the introduction of The Phoblographer Academy Huddle. We’ve had requests for more tips and techniques, and this will be part of our initiative to bring you better photography content. Each week, we will be listening to you and developing content around your needs and wants.
The Phoblographer Academy Huddle will work, you guessed it, via a giant Huddle on Google + Edit: we’re going to do a Hangout, which means video conferencing instead. So that means 10 people per class!!! Not on the hottest new Social Network? Shoot me an email (in the photo above) for an invite (YOU NEED A GMAIL ACCOUNT!!!!)
These will happen every Sunday night at 7PM EST (New York City time) and in order to reserve a spot, all you’ll need to do is just shoot me an email so that I can add you on Google Plus and then invite you when class will start.
Want to learn about lighting? How about using a reflector? What about the extra accessories that should be in your camera bag? Or how about posing? We’re listening! Just leave us a wall post on our Facebook and let us know what you want to learn about.
For the Pilot episode/class, we’re going to be giving you a quick intro to something that all of you have wanted us to talk more about: lighting.
We’re currently taking RSVPs so go ahead and send me and email.
Oh, by the way: it’s free!
Clarification: this is a Google Hangout. I’m calling it a Huddle because class and hanging out don’t exactly go well together ;). So that means you need a webcam and a microphone. Hangouts only currently allow 10 people at a time. All you’ll need to do after RSVPing is show up on Google Plus at the time, and I’ll invite you to the hangout. If you don’t show up, I will take the next person on reserve. I want to thank everyone for their interest in this. I’m blown away already and didn’t think people would be this interested.
Edit: please follow directions and send me an email. Comments on this posting with your email address is not only unsafe, but will not be responded to.