The Caroline Logan Workshop | Review by Tracey Krick Photography

It seems like it took such a long time for this to finally come. I signed up for the Caroline Logan Workshop back in November of 2015, and it finally happened! Oh, yes!

I am so glad I made the wise choice of investing in my business in this way. Caroline is such a sweet, caring, and selfless person. I kept saying that she was a blessing! She IS a blessing!

The talent that Caroline has is out-of-this-world. She is beyond gifted at what she does, and is such a huge inspiration to me and to so many others! I remember emailing Caroline back and forth about possibly setting up a mentoring session with her, but it just didn’t happen at the time. So, when she announced the details of this workshop last year, I just knew it was time for me to sign up!

The group of girls who also attended Caroline’s workshop are just as sweet as she is! I went into this feeling a little nervous (okay, a LOT nervous), since I have slight anxiety when it comes to social settings and not knowing anyone. And meeting Caroline – is it weird to say that I was practically star-struck? She’s the sweetest, though. So, I checked each of the attendee’s websites prior to the workshop, and just loved their work – all of them! I can see the passion from each one of these dear ladies, and it’s just contagious! It was so great meeting everyone, and I’m hopeful that we’ll stay in touch and possibly even get to work with each other in the future.

Here are just a few of the photos that I took of Caroline’s gorgeous model couple, Bree and Jonny. Hingework is an old cigar box factory that was recently transformed into AWESOME. Just look at the photos below, and you’ll see why. What a great location for a workshop and styled shoot! Diptych 1Caroline Logan Workshop-4.jpgDiptych 1.jpgDiptych 4.jpgDiptych 1.jpgCaroline Logan Workshop-12Diptych 1.jpgDiptych 1.jpgCaroline Logan Workshop-18.jpgDiptych 1.jpgDiptych 1.jpgDiptych 4.jpgDiptych 3.jpgDiptych 1.jpgDiptych 1Diptych 3.jpgCaroline Logan Workshop-62.jpgDiptych 1.jpgDiptych 3.jpgCaroline Logan Workshop-73.jpgDiptych 3.jpgDiptych 4.jpgDiptych 3.jpgDiptych 1.jpgDiptych 3.jpgDiptych 2.jpgDiptych 1Diptych 3.jpg“It’s more than just pretty pictures.” It’s creating relationships that last a lifetime and telling your couples’ love story. It’s so humbling to know that a couple wants to share their story with me and for me to document it. They’re trusting in me to create beautiful photos of their wedding day for them to cherish for years to come. After taking Caroline’s workshop, I feel that much more confident that I will create many more friendships and will serve my clients well.

I believe so whole-heartedly in community over competition, and it’s obvious that Caroline does, too. She wants us to grow, our businesses to grow, and to succeed. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Caroline, for this amazing opportunity to learn from you! I will always remember you + this day. ♥

This beautiful space was filled with SO MUCH talent, it was almost overwhelming (totally in a good way)! Here are the vendors that made the Caroline Logan Workshop happen:

Photographer & Workshop Host | Caroline Logan Photography
Event Stylist | Kortney Cooper Dowell
Venue | Hingework
Bridal Shop | Posh Bridal
Rentals | Treasured Events
Bakery | Couture Cakery
Hair & Make-up Artist | Unfading Beauty by Kristen
Invitations | Dove House Handmade

4 thoughts on “The Caroline Logan Workshop | Review by Tracey Krick Photography

  1. Oooook take me back!! Love you girl! Thank you for this and your kind words ❤ This day was a dream come true on so many levels and having you there was such an honor! You are an absolute light! And ummm these photos are GORGEOUS.

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