Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Lou Jones seminars...

I had the pleasure of meeting Lou Jones at a Portland Camera Club workshop a few years back (my profile picture was taken by Lou at that workshop) and we became friends from that point forward.

Lou was part of the very first post on this blog and is the first in my list of links.

Whenever he comes out with a new book I read it, or a seminar I go to it and with each interaction I learn something new, something that makes me a better photographer.

Well, Lou has two seminars coming up, this May in Boston and on Cape Cod in June, they are both 3 day seminars and anyone who is serious about their craft should consider going.

I'll be at the seminar in Boston and hope to see you there.

Here are the specifics:

Lou Jones, "Travel: Boston & Cape Cod Massachusetts"

Lou Jones is one of Boston's pre-eminent photographers and a Nikon "Legend Behind the Lens", he specializes in location photography for corporate, advertising & editorial clients like IBM, Major League Baseball, Federal Express, National Geographic, the Olympics, and Nike.

Lou Jones in Boston, this workshop emphasizes both extemporaneous photojournalism and more deliberately set up situations. We will pay special attention to using both available light and creating your own light.

Optional Equipment: Laptop (strongly recommended) and tripod.
Maximum Class Size: 12
Schedule: Fri 10AM-6PM; Sat Dawn-Dusk; Sun 9AM-2:30PM
2008 Dates: May 16-18

Lou Jones in Cape Cod, here you will learn to capture a variety of subjects under Cape Cod's ever-changing weather and natural light, we will, as needed, supplement with basic flash.

Optional Equipment: Laptop (strongly recommended) and tripod.
Maximum Class Size: 12
Schedule: Fri 10AM-6PM; Sat Dawn-Dusk; Sun 9AM-2:30PM
2008 Dates: June 6-8

One last note, these seminars are sponsored by Horizon Workshops and they have some 20 workshops from Massachusetts to Virginian and both the curriculum and instructors are outstanding, so be sure to check them out.

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