Join Leading Wedding and Portrait Photographers
What does $80 buy you in this decidedly competitive marketplace? If you want to learn how two top, award-winning photographers put their techniques, styles and tools to work you're in luck. Hanson Fong, one of the premier portrait/wedding photographers in the country and one who holds the degrees of Master Photography and Photographic Craftsman, and John Woodward, voted Photographer of the Year in 2007 by the Professional Photographers of America are embarking on an eight-city tour of the U.S. Cities are Portland, OR (7/30), Boston, MA (8/10), New York, NY (8/13), Indianapolis, IN (9/14), Grand Rapids, MI, (9/24), Houston, TX (9/28), Los Angeles, CA (10/1) and Nashville, TN (10/5).
Hanson and John are both well-known speakers and educators in addition to being top shooters. Topics covered will include: compositional study, facial analysis, portrait, glamour and modified lighting, lighting ratios, metering techniques, posing family groups, "The Wheel of Self-Assessment," digital and the power of RAW, color management and its importance, 10 basic poses, flow posing and more. Great stuff! Last year's tour was without a doubt a hit with photographers all across the U.S.
In addition, the day will feature a mini-expo which will be open for one hour before and after the seminar, during breaks and lunch. Representatives from Mamiya, Sekonic, Profoto, Induro, PocketWizard, Tenba, X-Rite, Eizo, Toyo-View, Creative Light, Benro, Marathon Press, ACI/American Color, Nik Software, Denny Manufacturing, Luma Vue Arts and Graphic Authority will be on hand to demonstrate products and offer special discounts.
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