Eric Laurits was kind enough to share some of his philosophy behind his approach to wedding photography as well as his ShootQ studio management workflow. We counted 72 people at this meeting, generously hosted by BU's Center for Digital Imaging Arts.
Love Eric's motto - it truly reflects his joyful and easy going approach to photography... his work is unique and refreshing, and I love that everyone got to see his images and hear his ideas before he launched into the ShootQ demo.
He's fun to photograph too:
ShootQ is such an awesome tool that Matt and I rushed home and signed on right after the meeting. By 5 pm yesterday I had it all set up and today I was able to try it out with a new client today! Our bride Megan probably thought I was crazy because I was so giddy over how simple the online booking process was - I just couldn't contain myself!
Krista Guenin and Robert Mirani, wedding photographers extraordinare...
Meri Bond demonstrating shock and awe at how amazingly revolutionary ShootQ could be for our studios.
A few stragglers still hanging out before the guards and the lovely Lara Woolfson finally got us to vacate the building.
We were honored and so thankful to be able to give away gifts to many people in the audience. These photographers and businesses generously donated items for the giveaway:
David H. Wells
Pro Lens To Go
Thanks everyone for making this another really wonderful networking event!
PS - register soon for David H. Wells' (C)-STOCK workshop! Seats are going fast!