Tamron's "Beyond The Kit Lens" Seminars
The 2-day event begins with a Meet & Greet followed by a 3 hour-long seminar. The following day, attendees are encouraged to participate in a 45-minute small group session with the instructors for Q&A and discussion. Seating for each seminar is limited and reservation is required. The cost of the seminar is only $59. Payment and time selection for the 2nd day group session is due at the time of the reservation. For more information on Beyond the Kit Lens, please visit www.tamron-usa.com/Beyond-The-Kit-Lens-Seminars.
Tamron USA recently launched the "Beyond the Kit Lens: Tamron Ten-Minute Lens Lesson" video on the TamronVids YouTube channel. Tamron Field Technician and expert, Rob Moody explains the advantages of 5 major types of lenses. This is just one of the many topics that will be presented at the Beyond the Kit Lens event. The video can be accessed at http://www.youtube.com/TamronVids.
Select Participating Retailers
Bel Air Camera - Bel Air, CA
Christian Photo - Urbandale, IA
Midwest Camera Exchange - Columbus, Ohio
National Camera - Minneapolis, MN
Nelson's Photo - San Diego, CA
Penn Camera - Washington, DC
Pitman Photo Supply - Miami, FL
Precision Camera - Austin, TX
Showcase Photographic - Atlanta, GA
WB Hunt - Boston, MA
About the Instructors:
André Costantini is a photographer, filmmaker, and educator. André's approach to photography is enjoyable, engaging, and informative. He has taught photography seminars throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean and has written articles for Studio Photography and Design and Shutterbug. Clients include American Repertory Theatre, Discovery Channel, Criterion Collection, and Tamron USA. To view André's work, visit www.sillydancing.com.
Ken Hubbard is the Field Services Manager for Tamron USA. He is responsible for the company's events, including Tamron's popular consumer workshop series. A talented photographer himself, Ken has had a nationwide gallery showings of his portrait and landscape photography and teaches enthusiasts how to take better photos at numerous events. Ken's extensive background in the field of photography is unique and diverse. He has traveled extensively throughout the United States and the result is a consistent output of breathtaking photographs that continually challenge the boundaries of the genre. To view Ken's work, visit www.hubbardphotography.net.
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