For Photographers

Welcome Welcome!

Whether you’re an aspiring photographer or established pro, you’ve found the right place. This page contains useful links to upcoming workshops, speaking engagements, products & services we dig, and info of a more personal nature.

Upcoming Seminars and Workshops …

We’ve been sharing our knowledge of photography, business and client service for over a decade. From close to home to far-away places, teaching is a passion that’s blessed us by not only taking us places, but by creating many wonderful friendships along the way. After taking a self-assigned year-long sabbatical, we’re refreshed and excited to announce the following worldwide seminars and workshops.

Colombia Workshop and Platform  (Medellín, Colombia)

Delighted to be speakers and lead an intensive lighting workshop in Colombia. Spoken in English with real-time Spanish translation.

When: May 22-25, 2017
Where: Medellín, Colombia
What: How to Light, Love and Live like you mean it.

DQ Omakase 1-on-1 Workshops


Available for private or group in-person or online workshops (aka DQ Omakase workshops).  Length and price are based on location and desired topics ranging from shooting/lighting to business philosophy, structure and sales.

Online lighting and shooting consultations from $800.

Intensive lighting/business/sales/client service workshops from $2500.

Email or connect with us here with details on how we can help you achieve your goals in photography, business and life at large.

 Stuff we use we think you’ll like 

Motibodo keyboards


If you use Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop, check out Motibodo keyboards. Created out of our addiction to personally retouch each and every image, it’s the backbone of our post-processing workflow. We can’t imagine retouching without them.

QuiKlips Belt Clips

QuiKlips Flash Belt Clips

How we carry our flashes for instant access without the fashion faux pas.

Gear & Personal blog …


On a more personal note, you can find out more about our passion for family, food, faith and even the photo gear we use at our personal blog: