Our 2014 Food & Photo Fest hits Laramie May 30 & 31! Check our website for tickets to any of our wide variety of events…plus, our photography competition deadline has been extended to Sunday, May 4 at midnight! Guidelines online – and email email@example.com with any questions!
Proceeds benefit Black Dog Animal Rescue of Southeast Wyoming!
Schedule of Events:
Friday, May 30
6:30: Winemaker’s Dinner, Altitude Chophouse & Brewery — Featuring a special menu designed by Altitude & Table Mountain Vineyards and TMV wine — limit 50 tickets $45/ticket
7 – 10 PM: Decadent Desserts Night, Alice Hardie Stevens Center — Enjoy yummy desserts and view our photography competition entries! $25/ticket, $15/ticket for children 10 & younger
Saturday, May 31
9 – 11 AM: Outdoor Photography Workshop with Cliff Cox & Dana Gage — Utilizing structures found throughout Downtown Laramie, with and without models. Focusing on composition, lighting and the uses of depth of field. Hands on course for all levels of experience. Limit 20 students. $25/ticket — or participate in all 3 photography classes for $60
10 AM -12 PM: Historical Photography of Svenson, Ludwig & Brande families, Ludwig Photography Studio — FREE! Experience the history & beauty of Wyoming – featuring over a century of work by generations of the Svenson, Ludwig & Brande families.
10 AM – 12 PM: Edible Art with Sweets Cakes & Pastry — Learn how to create visually appealing desserts & edible art through hands-on instruction led by the lovely & talented ladies at Sweets Cakes & Pastry! Students also bring home something delicious to enjoy. Class limit 10. $45/ticket
11 AM -12 PM: Wine Tasting, Pairing & More Priceless Knowledge with Table Mountain Vineyards’ Patrick Zimmerer — FREE! Want to learn more about wine from the Wyoming wine expert? Learn the nuances of wine production, tasting and pairing with your favorite foods. Please RSVP at no charge on our website for this event to help us plan facility needs!
1 – 3 PM: Beauty & Fashion Photography with Ken Stoecklin of Beartooth Photography — Beauty/Fashion/ Hi Key lighting & shooting for the composite; all done with speedlights and quick but effective retouching; with student participation. $25/ticket — or participate in all 3 photography classes for $60
2 – 3 PM: What Makes a Great Beer Local – and Amazing? with Altitude Chophouse & Brewery’s Brew Master — Love a great beer – but unsure how it becomes so awesome? Learn about the ingredients of beer, how ingredients are resourced, and what makes Altitude’s great beer local. Impress all your fellow party-goers at the next dinner party or beer fest. And of course…tasting is included. Class limit 20. $15/ticket
2 – 4 PM: Centerpiece Arranging 101 with Fresh Flower Fantasy — Learn the art of creating a beautiful centerpiece for your next dinner party! Hands on instruction & a beautiful arrangement of your creation to take home led by Fresh Flower Fantasy. Class limit 15. $35/ticket
3 – 5 PM: Post Processing Photography Course with Chuck Egnaczak — Chuck is a regular to teaching and photography, with an expertise in post processing. Max class size of 20 students. $25/ticket or $60 for all 3 photography courses
Dinner is Served – in Laramie! Enjoy dinner at Laramie establishments — we’ve invited Laramie restaurants to provide a special deal for our Wine & Photo Gala ticket holders on May 31… Eat out before you come & party with us! Keep checking our website festival page for updates on restaurants providing specials across Laramie!
7 – 10 PM: Wine & Photography Gala — Sample delicious wines, hors d’oeuvres & desserts. Silent auction will be held to benefit Black Dog Animal Rescue of Southeast Wyoming. $45/ticket or $80/couple.
Beau Johnston presents Lightroom Workflow Overview Workshop – Casper
We were thrilled to brag on the talented Beau Johnston in our current Sprinter 2014 issue of Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine! His upcoming event is definitely one to check out if you’re in the Casper area…
Beau will be presenting the workflow he uses when editing photographs to the Casper Photography Association. This will cover how he imports images into Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, utilize metadata, organize and rank his photographs, edit photographs in the Develop module, and export images for printing and online use.
From Wyoming Author Bill Sniffin: New book features Wyoming’s favorite places – here is your chance to participate
Your area along with other places all over Wyoming will be featured prominently in a new book planned for distribution this fall.
The coffee table book MyWyoming: Stories and Photos of 101 Fascinating Places is by Bill Sniffin. It is the followup to the very successful book published in 2012 called Wyoming’s 7 Greatest Natural Wonders. Format for the new book will be similar to the old book including 30-plus photographers and 14 foldout photos that are 13”x30” in size.
Sniffin is soliciting stories and photos from people all over the state for inclusion in the new book. Persons should send stories about their favorite places to firstname.lastname@example.org or send to PO Box 900, Lander, WY 82520. Editors will try to match up the stories with beautiful photos of that area. Stories will be 150 to 500 words in length.
Persons with outstanding photos of Wyoming are encouraged to submit them, too. They will be paid for the use of their photos.
Top-notch Wyoming photographers like Dewey Vanderhoff, Woody Wooden, Randy Wagner, Dan Hayward and Scott Copeland were included in the last book and will be featured again in the new book.
The earlier book sold 14,000 copies over a 15-month period, making it one of the best-selling books in Wyoming.