Gensesis 3, AKA G3 will be taking play in Vegas in just under 60 days now. Guess what, it will be the LAST ONE!! Why? Because good things end on a high. The last 2 years have been an awesome ride and this last go around is certain to be one for the ages. Feel free to check out our site for more info. We have lots of HONEST reviews from past students who are now friends.
What will you be teaching ?
The word most synonymous with my work has always been "creative". My desire early on was to create imagery that provokes the viewer to respond with, "man, that's neat". Lots of trail and error. Later it became more success then error and then finally to what I call "auto pilot". Fast forward 5 years and I feel I've been able to bottle the formula and present it in teaching form at Genesis 1 and 2. My teaching rotation is 4 hours of how to think, see and finally execute creative photography. The response has been awesome! It's been a JOY watching the results of this teaching regiment come to fruition in the students the days, weeks and following months after Genesis. In short, it works and I only show my secrets to those who will be at Genesis 3. When you're in my rotation, no question goes unanswered.
"Sam, what were you're settings for so and so shot?"
"Sam, how much money did you make your first, 3rd, 6th year in photography?"
"Sam, what's in the camera bag?"
"Sam, where is Jimmy Hoffa?"
Here's some links to find out what the other teachers will also be teaching:
Mel & Jeff Mansfield
Feel free to contact me directly if you have any additional questions in regards to Genesis being right for you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there!
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Posted by Sam Hassas at 5:59 PM
Friday, December 23, 2011
The United Kingdom.
I'm going to be short on words and long on images this post. I just have too much to say and I'm going to spoil it. I'd rather use my images this go around.
Laura & Oliver.....wow.
I came to your part of the world and came back to mine with so many stories. Thank you for the invite. Thank you for the epic backdrop. Thank you for trusting me.
A massive MASSIVE thank you to Brian of BK Photo for help as second shooter. This guy flew in from Glasgow Scotland to help out. Who knew 2 dudes from opposite sides of the world had so much in common. You're forever a friend BK. Thanks for being such a stud. A solid 1/2 dozen images below are from him.
Merry Christmas everyone. It's a wonderful life.
Posted by Sam Hassas at 11:21 PM
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Dear Silicon Vally,
Why can't you be nice like folks from the South?
This shoot took place in Savannah Georgia. Melanie is from California. So is Arnel. So is Sam. WHY were we there? Because Savannah is awesome that's why! Truthfully though, it also has to do with the fact that Arnel proposed to Melanie while on a trip to Savannah a year before! :) This is one GEM of a city! There no place like it and shooting there was just plain cheating. I'll be forever in love.
Attention current and soon-to-be couples!
Why would a couple fly me and themselves out across the world JUST to have an engagement session? Because it's special folks. You only get one go at this, (well, it's supposed to be that way at least). Why not do it in style? One day Arnel and Mel will be married 50+ yrs and their grand kids will be looking through these pics. My only thought would be how cool my GP's are! It's your day guys, lets make it uber awesome. Thank you M&A for the trusting me with shooting your engagement session. It was an honor and I think we did awesome! :)
While I was there my darling couple suggested I try Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House as a place to have breakfast. Dear God Almighty. It did NOT disappoint.
"But...but but.. but Paula Dean?"
Barf. Paula Dean didn't stack up in the least bit. As the locals. MWBH WINS!!!
Okay I'm hungry. Bye!
love bir....yeah, you get it.
Forest Gump anyone? Yes, it was filmed mostly in Savannah. THE bench was seconds from this walkway.
Shot amongst garage cans in San Jose....no. Shot amonst garbage cans in Savannah? Yes! I don't know why it works. It just does.
So Savannah has many legends one of which is that it's haunted. Thought this was a great homage to this enchanted towns reputation.
Big thanks to the Avia Hotel for allowing us to take this shot behind their front desk.
Posted by Sam Hassas at 5:50 PM