The Werthshop at it’s core, is a destabilization device for wedding photographers who have built the foundation of how they shoot on the backbone of a shared commonality. To become better at what we do we must first deconstruct the idea of normalcy.
Hands down the best workshop I have ever attended. The feedback during the critique portion was kind but honest, and pushed me to do better in my work. The inspiration throughout the entire day is out of this world! I left feeling recharged, and ready to get to work! -Jes Hayes of Mad Chicken Studio
Thank you for hosting such a great workshop. It has given me the courage to try and experiment with new things. I am so thankful for your willingness to walk the path less traveled. It is really refreshing!-Colleen E. of 2nd Truth
I loved the first Werthshop, especially hearing Brandon describe how he went about making some of his unique, creative shots/composites/etc. I really liked how we did a "critique" session, no other workshop I've been to has done one because I think there's sort of an urge to keep things as "non-intimidating" as possible but I think critique is super helpful and important for growth. -Alexa of Alexa Aretz Photography
I really enjoyed Brandon's introduction and how detailed he was with how he started. I appreciate him sharing his flaws with us and his "failures". It's amazing to witness real personal and professional growth.I like that we have different styles. It's nice to see a different perspective and how he views content. The same goes for other photographers in the group! I really enjoy showing our favorite pictures and having it be critiqued. Personally, I'm not one to take critiquing easily, but Brandon showed us how necessary it is!-Sammy N. of Whims and Joy