Over the weekend I finally got the chance to attend Blogshop. (Cue me jumping up and down with joy.) For anyone with a creative blog, business, or both, Blogshop is a must. I brought along my new Panasonic Lumix to document the weekend-long class and I was so glad I did. Bri and Angela, founders and teachers of Blogshop, make it a point to find a unique and original space for each and every Blogshop. Miami’s venue didn’t disappoint. Held at Red1 Studios in Midtown (a.k.a., the Art District of Miami), the airy space was every inch modern and bright. Floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed cement ceiling, a huge balcony with a view of downtown Miami, and tables and chairs set up for some seriously creative work, were ready and waiting. Our reusable water bottles, bright floral centerpieces, and hot pink mouse pads, were the perfect addition to our piles of technology. (We cluttered any remaining space with laptops, a mouse, a Wacom tablet, notebooks, pens, snacks, etc.)
It was actually a blast sitting around with equally creative people, clicking away at an amazing program (Photoshop, to be exact), and learning tons. I also got the chance to play around with more of the features and settings on my Panasonic Lumix. I love enhancing colors, brightness, effects, and more from the camera itself. And though I love all of the color, I’ll always be a fan of a classic black and white photo.
More on what I learned in Blogshop later this week!
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Disclosure: The camera was provided by Panasonic. All opinions are my own.