January 21, 2016
Renowned world and humanitarian photographer, author and international photographic adventure leader David duChemin will be making a guest appearance in Winnipeg on Saturday, May 7, 2016. David is the founder of Craft & Vision, and the author of the books Within The Frame, VisionMongers, Vision and Voice, Photographically Speaking, and The Print and the Process, along with over a dozen Craft & Vision titles.
Each year, the Manitoba Camera Club, Manitoba Foto Friends and Winnipeg South Photo Club come together to sponsor photography speakers that will educate and inspire the local photography community in Manitoba. 'Photographically Speaking' by David duChemin will be their third annual event. I have attended the two previous events and I would highly recommend this presentation to anyone interested in learning more about the craft and vision of photography.
You can learn more about the day's PROGRAM by visiting the website.
The event takes place on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at the SAMUEL N. COHEN AUDITORIUM of the St. Boniface Hospital at 351 Taché Avenue in Winnipeg, Manitoba from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Doors open at 8:00 AM for additional registrations.
Until January 31, 2016 register now to qualify for the Early Bird Registration fee of $75.00. Starting February 1, 2016 registration fee will be $ 100.00 per person - an excellent price for a full day packed with excellent information and inspiration.
'Photographically Speaking' by David duChemin is just one of the many Manitoba Photo Events organized by this group. Check their website often for additional events.
Speaking of other events, on Sunday, May 8, 2016 Manitoba Photo Events will be holding a series of small workshops. For additional information about these workshops, visit the Manitoba Photo Events website.
November 22, 2010
"VisionMongers - Making A Life And Living In Photography"
by David duChemin
If you have any intention of pursuing a career in photography, this book by Canadian photographer David duChemin is a must "read"! Even if you don't, you should read it. This is by far the finest resource about the business of photography that I have ever come across.