Learn valuable techniques to build and enhance your photography business. Aspiring photographers will learn specific techniques to improve your craft and expand your portfolio. Topics covered include lighting techniques, ambient light, natural light, posing, post-production editing and much more. Ramiro's workshops are action-packed and carefully structured to educate workshop goers with a variety of photography skills to enhance your work. You will learn the theory behind Ramiro's techniques and apply that knowledge to real-world examples with the use of live models in a variety of real-life settings. Book early as space is limited. Ramiro is also available to conduct workshops outside of the Southern California area provided that all travel expenses are paid. For more information on additional upcoming workshops or to inquire about organizing a workshop in your area, please contact us directly.

NEW WORKSHOP JUST ANNOUNCED! On February 20th and 21st, Ramiro Cervantes will be conducting a two day workshop in Los Angeles County. Meeting location will be at a hotel in Burbank. This workshop will focus on his theory and application of lighting techniques, posing, photo retouching and more. Workshop attendees will have hands on practice out in the field utilizing his theory and applying these techniques with the use of natural light, flash, continuous light, and light modifiers. Attendees need only bring their cameras. Suggested lenses include 70-200 and 24-70. Bring a wide angle as well, if you have it, but not necessary. We will work both day and night. Male and female models will be provided. We will work on photographing individuals and couples. This is a long two day intensive workshop full of valuable tools and tips to take your photography business to the next level. Workshop is limited to 15 attendees. Workshop time is 8:30am to 10:00pm. Since we will be photographing out in the field in a variety of areas, group transportation will also be provided for attendees. Reserve early. For more information, please contact Michelle De La Vara, 562.824.0017 or email You can also contact Ana Montgomery at 818.404.5858.