Join Jack Hollingsworth in Seattle - Call for Video Submissions!
I had the pleasure of hearing World Lifestyle, Travel, Portrait and Stock Photographer Jack Hollingsworth speak at Photo Plus Expo in New York this October. During his engaging presentation on New Media Marketing for Next Generation Photographers, Jack described his iPhone epiphany, which happened on a photo shoot in the Caribbean (you'll have to wait 'til his workshop to hear the full story...). In less than one year since, Jack has taken on the world of iPhoneography by storm. With over 50,000 iPhone images in his personal library and growing daily, Jack says he now loves shooting with his iPhone more than his DSLR. In fact, Jack set a personal goal to be shooting commercial photography with his iPhone by this time next year! I'm totally on board with Jack's statement that, "Flickr gave iPhoneography its roots, Instagram gave iPhoneography its wings" and I'm a huge fan of his Instragram feed.
Get pumped for two jam-packed days of iPhoneography with Jack Hollingsworth on creativeLIVE! Are YOU an iPhone fanatic? Jack is on the hunt for SIX iPhoneographers to join him in his studio audience January 5-6, 2012!
Don't hesitate! Video submissions are due December 19th!
Grab your iPhone, webcam or DSLR and tell Jack why you'd love to join him in person during their creativeLIVE event:
1. Record a video (60'ish seconds) saying why you want to join Jack in Seattle.
2. Post that video to your Blog, YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Etc.
3. Tweet the video's URL to @creativeLIVE and include #JackLIVE in your tweet.
Submission Deadline: Monday, December 19, 2011
In the meantime, sign up for the workshop on creativeLIVE! Know anyone getting a new iPhone for the holidays? Make sure they know about this FREE workshop so they can kick off the new year with serious iPhoneography skills!
Audience Video Submissions:
I look forward to watching your videos and seeing who Jack will pick to join him in Seattle!
*For the 6 lucky photographers who are selected:
- The creativeLIVE workshop is free to attend
- You are responsible for travel to the studio in Seattle, WA, lodging and accommodations
- You will be on camera, so only submit a video if you want to have your mug broadcasted to thousands of photographers around the world : )