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Hey friends!
I'm so pumped that you're here! This workshop has been an idea in my head for a long time and I've finally decided to make it happen. I'm so excited to meet other amazing artists and share what I've learned throughout my journey. Whether you're just starting out or if you've been at it for a while, I'd love for you to be a part of it! It will be a day of education, networking and shooting insanely beautiful things- thanks to Pretty Little Vintage Co. styling it all!
 I can't wait to hang with you!


April 10th 2021



The Lincoln Loft & Studio 

Watertown, NY






A full day packed with education, networking, lunch, two fully styled shoots by Pretty Little Vintage Co., headshots, coffee chats and more!

To keep the experience personal, 

there will be limited spots available.

Meet The Crew


Kimmy Schuldt

Kimberly Schuldt Photography

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Brianna Pisani

Pretty Little Vintage Co.

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Workshop Stylist


I'm just starting out. Is this workshop appropriate for a beginner?

This workshop will be aimed more towards beginner/intermediate photogs- but is for anyone who wants to learn more about photography, chat with other amazing artists or just loves taking photos of insanly beautiful things! 


What can I expect from this workshop?

It will be a full 6-7 hour day packed with education, networking, lunch, an in-home shoot and a full elopement shoot both styled by Pretty Little Vintage Co, headshots for your social media and more!


Do I have to pay the full cost up front?

No! You can split the payment in two equal payments. 

How will I know what to expect on the day of?

I will be sending out a detailed itinerary with a general timeline of the how the

day will go. 

I have some food sensitivities. Can I bring my own lunch?

Absolutely. We will have some different lunch and snack options available, but anyone is welcome to bring their own.

Do I need to know how to shoot in manual mode on my camera?

I would ask that you have a basic understanding of your camera settings and shooting in manual mode. 

Do you have more questions? Ask away! >>

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