We are often inspired by people we know. Each month Nashville’s top photography studios, as well as aspiring new photographers, meet and share ideas with each other at the Nashville PUG (Pictage Users Group).
The event is sponsored by Pictage, but it has now been opened to all photographers. I actually lead the group and would love to have you join us! This Thursday will be incredibly inspiring as our dear friends Sean & Mel McLellan will be our guest speakers.
McLellan Style is one of the top wedding and portrait studios in the country, but you would not know it by their humble demeanor. Speaking engagements and workshops are a rare occasion for them. So, you will NOT want to miss this special evening.
For more information on the PUG and Sean & Mel’s seminar “Shooting with Purpose, Shooting with Style: Pushing the envelope and delivering amazing results, no matter what!” visit: www.nashvillepug.wordpress.com.
A recent PUG meeting involved a cookout and some experimentation with studio lighting. Check out the photos Whitney and Phil Thornton took at the event:
Gregory Byerline and Sunday
Yes, I was the grill master.
PUG members always discover something new. Jeb Wilson of Nashville Photography Group was showing off his newest iPhone App to Cade Truitt of Inara Studios, Gregory Byerline, and Laura Louise Perkinson.
Whitney really likes this series she took of Joel & Michelle Hartz, of Hartz Photographic, just being their self.
Dave Pavol chilln’ with Sean McLellan.
Phil Thornton & Brian Kaplan: looking like two guys you don’t want to mess with.
So, we got a little silly with our experimenting. Today on my PUG leader conference call, a PUG leader from another city said “Nashville has one of the most fun PUGs.” I’m glad we have that reputation.
Phil takes off.
Sean inspired by Davinci
Phil made me Dance!