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PRESS RELEASE: Kubota Image Tools Announces Creative Photography Workshop in Vermont

'Studio Success, from K to V' takes place Oct. 26-27

BEND, Ore. (Aug. 26) -- Kubota Image Tools announces today a new creative photography workshop -- Studio Success, from K to V -- taking place at the Sugarbush Resort in picturesque Warren, VT, Oct. 26 to 27. Attendees will join professional photographers Kevin Kubota and Vicki and Jed Taufer for this intense 2-day workshop designed to help professional photographers fine-tune their creative and business skills to find success during tough economic times.

Highlights for this workshop include:

• Branding, Positioning, Creating a buzz

• Creative capture techniques for weddings and portraits

• Live photo shoots: Portrait with Vicki Taufer and weddings with Kevin Kubota

• Making the perfect presentation

• Selling without Selling -- Promotions that really work

• Keeping customers for life and getting them to sell for you

"Whether the economy has negatively affected a photographer's business or they're doing alright but need a creative boost, 'Studio Success, from K to V' is an educational workshop that is sure to provide attendees with the education they need to improve their business when times are tough," said Kevin Kubota, Idea Man of Kubota Image Tools and creator of all Kubota Actions. "This two day learn fest will give photographers the tools they need, both creatively and business-wise, to turn this year into the most productive, rewarding and profitable one yet."

Attendees registering for this workshop before Sept. 15 will automatically receive a $50 discount bringing the total investment to only $399. Cost to attendees registering after Sept. 15 is $449. The price includes two full days of creative and business enhancing lessons, all program materials and delicious lunches. Space is limited.

For more information about this workshop or to register to attend, visit the Workshop site.

About Jed & Vicki Taufer

Jed and Vicki Taufer are the owners of V Gallery, with a focus on artistic portraiture. Vicki focuses on photography and marketing, while Jed is in charge of all the technological needs of the studio as well as educating and assisting other photographers around the world. In 2006, Vicki received her Certification, Master and Craftsman degrees from the Professional Photographers of America. They are both official speakers for Kodak. For several years, Vicki and Jed have been involved in educating photographers both nationally and internationally, including South Korea, Italy and the Philippines as well as all over the United States. Currently, V Gallery employs eight and has grown to 7,000 sq. ft. including space dedicated to HAVEN, "an educational retreat" for the Taufers' photography workshops and events.

About Kevin Kubota

Kevin Kubota, of Kubota PhotoDesign Inc. (http://www.KubotaPhotoDesign.com), has been photographing since 1980 and doing it professionally since 1990. He is a wedding and portrait photographer with images that speak to the heart-filled with emotion, joy, intimacy and impact. His studio photographs high-end clients in his home base in Central Oregon, as well as worldwide. Kevin Kubota created the popular Digital Photography Bootcamp, which currently runs twice a year in Oregon and authored two books under the same name -- Digital Photography Boot Camp: A Step-by-Step Guide for Professional Wedding and Portrait Photographers, now in its second edition. Kevin was named one of the "Top 10 Wedding Photographers in the World" by American Photo Magazine.

(First posted on Wednesday, August 26, 2009 at 19:43 EDT)

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