The GOD + LIFE + PHOTOGRAPHY retreat is an opportunity for professional women photographers to get away for a weekend and renew their hearts before God through worship, teaching, discussion, photography, rest and quiet times of reflection.
We will spend three nights and four days at the breathtaking Lake Superior Barn, just 30 minutes east of Duluth, right on Lake Superior. You will eat delicious, healthy food, made for you with love each day. We will spend time each day worshiping together, learning from God’s Word, participating in fun photography activities, and making new friends.
Teaching and discussion topics will include God + Life + Photography Balance, Finding Your True Identity, Honoring God in your Business, and more. This year, we have added an additional leader, Emily Steffen! She will bring even more knowledge and fun to this year’s retreat.
Photography time will include an assignment focused on God + Photography. We will also participate in a shoot using the amazing barn. You will surely walk away inspired and changed as an artist.
The retreat is open to 13 participants
$895 per student includes lodging & meals.
A $500 deposit will reserve your spot, with the balance due 7 days before the retreat.
The retreat includes a gift and workbook to keep all your notes and journaling in one place.
Erin Johnson is a Twin Cities-based wedding and portrait photographer and workshop instructor, who was recently given the Diamond Award for Best Photographer by Mpls St. Paul Weddings Magazine.
Erin Johnson Photography
Shelley Paulson is a Twin Cities-based equine, wedding and portrait photographer and photography mentor. She has also been involved in various areas of ministry for many years, including youth pastoring and worship leading.
Shelley Paulson Photography
Emily Steffen is a Wisconsin based wedding photographer that has been recognized by WI BRIDE magazine as the top wedding photographer in both 2011 and 2012! She and her husband also just started a church in Hudson, WI called HILLCITY.
Emily Steffen Photography
Here are some photos from last year’s retreat: