Only three spots left at my upcoming workshop, and I'm giving a spot away to one lucky winner!

As many of you know, I am teaching a couple of workshops at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas during the first-ever Fstoppers Workshop. At this point, there are only a few weeks left to register, and in my biggest class, 'The Complete Guide To Architecture and Interiors Photography', there are only three spots left! This is exciting news - I'm really looking forward to meeting all the participants and I have a feeling that it's going to be an incredibly fun workshop since it's been limited size-wise to be very small and intimate. 

 One of the epic locations we scouted for the workshop...

One of the epic locations we scouted for the workshop...

Anyway, more to the point - I've teamed up with Fstoppers to add a hold a last minute contest to give away a slot in my two day 'Complete Guide To Architectural Photography' workshop. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment here (by clicking on the post title) or on my Facebook page telling me why you shoot architecture or why you want to shoot architecture. It can make me laugh, make me cry, or just plain 'ol be a story about how it's always something you've wanted to do but never had the opportunity. It's that simple. I'll round up all of the comments, post a few of my favorites, and notify the winner. Yes - it's that simple. Tell me why you want to learn how to photograph architecture or want to refine your skills, and you could win a free pass to the workshop.

Note that the pass doesn't include airfare or hotels - but if you're on the east coast, flights to Nassau are relatively cheap, depending on where you leave from. The rooms start at $169 a night, which is heavily discounted from their normal rates.

If you want to see some of the locations we have access to, check out the video below:

And if you're interested in finding out what an awesome time this is going to be, take a look at the video I  made with Lee, Pat, and Lauren of Fstoppers. We had a freakin' ball down there, and I know it's only going to be better during the workshop. The more the merrier, right?