Next month, June 13th -15th, I will be attending a Lou Jones seminar in Boston and want to encourage others to do the same.
I have great respect for and am a huge fan of Lou Jones, I have written about him here, here, and here.
One of the cool stories about Lou is that even though he is a Nikon shooter, he was hired to photograph the CEO of Canon.
He is a kind man, full of compassion, and just so happens to be an outstanding photographer as well.
So if you want to learn from one of the best photographers in America while capturing Boston’s renown landmarks (Old North Church, Faneuil Hall, Harvard, MIT, Beacon Hill’s cobblestone streets, Boston's architecture, and the waterfront including the USS Constitution), meet me @ Lou’s next month!
Here are the details of the workshop:
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
Dates: May 13, 14, 15
There are only a few seats left, so act fast!
I hope to see you there.