​​​Winona School of Professional Photography

Indianapolis, IN                           ​June 18 - 21, 2018

This intense 4 day training workshop will teach you to hone your skills shooting commercial photography to add supplemental income to your business.

We will be shooting hands on, multiple aspects of commercial photography from small product table top photography for catalog and advertising to shooting the culinary arts. 

We will also shoot commercial fashion using models to advertise a product and posing the difficult hand modeling assignment.

How to properly shoot Architectural Interiors by using supplemental light to balance with existing light so everything is done in camera keeping post to a minimum.

Tim Priest M.Photog.,Cr.

About the Instructor


Commercial Photography - with Tim Priest M.Photog., Cr.

Tim has also had his book “Amazing Women Of West Michigan” published by a National publisher and has written articles for the Professional Photographers of America Magazine, as well as finishing a 15 month project as photographer for an art book published by Yale University Press, of the Chicago Botanic Garden prestigious Bonsai collection.

He is an International speaker and is currently on a National speaking tour.

Tim is sponsored by Allied Imaging Lab, Photo Evo Pro and Aurora Lite Bank.

Tim Priest began his professional photography career in 1982 at the age of twenty-three. Starting as a commercial photographer and also now as a nationally known fashion shooter for the past 23 years, working out of Chicago and Grand Rapids photographing many International Models.

In 1987 he was named Michigan Photographer of the Year, and in 1989 at the age of 29, he was the youngest photographer in Michigan’s history receive PPA’s Master of Photography Degree then the Photographic Craftsman Degree one year later. His work has been awarded numerous National and International titles. Tim’s images have also traveled around the world on display in the “International Study Committee Exhibit” and the “World Congress of Professional Photography Exhibit.”