February 22, 2019
Death Valley Elopement
Have you ever been on a solo trip to Artist’s Palette in Death Valley before? I have, but it’s never been like this. Back in December I decided to invest in a workshop in Death Valley. The drive alone into the desert lasted around 5 and a half hours, with large spreads of no cell service and gas stations were scarce. This workshop was such a great jumpstart to my business and I’m glad I took this chance. I arrived at Artist’s Palette in Death Valley just before sunset and wow. The location was insane and all the girls in the workshop were so sweet! The models were gorgeous and fun to work with and I had a blast learning and experiencing these moments.
Attending a Workshop
I highly suggest investing in workshop if you’re new to photography or jumpstarting your business. Just make sure to do some research first! I have some pretty colorful stories that in my perspective only added to the authenticity of the trip. However, I’ve heard a lot of mixed reviews with workshops and I believe it’s our perspective that is the deciding factor in how we experience them. I can definitely say that I enjoyed many parts of this trip and I learned a lot. If I hadn’t gone, I would have majorly regretted it.
Friends Along the Way
I think the friendships I made during that weekend were some to last a lifetime. And isn’t that the most important part? It’s my job to connect with people that inspire and motivate me and I love every minute of it. I hope you enjoy looking at these images now that you know a little bit of a back story. And if you want to take photos like these in Artist’s Palette by all means, contact me and I will be happy to drive that long, freaky road just for you.