Monday, June 18, 2012

Our interview with Nikon Legend Lou Jones...


Nikon Legend Lou Jones


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Now on to our conversation with Nikon Legend Lou Jones.

You can use these links to read our review of his book "Speedlights & Speedlites" or to learn more about Lou Jones workshop "Boston: A Nikon Legend views his Hometown".

If you head over to Lou Jones blog you can get a free copy of the his photography eBook on Speedlights .

You'll also find Lou Jones over on Vimeo and check out his Speedlight videos, or Lou's website to look at his photography portfolio that includes his work at the Olympics.

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2 comments:

Miguel Palaviccini said...

Just downloaded the podcast. Should be able to listen to it later this week!

Garry Jones said...

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