Please join Camera West Walnut Creek in welcoming National Geographic Travel photographer Robert Holmes tomorrow evening. He will be presenting his work and discussing the techniques that have made him one of the most prolific photojournalists over the the last four decades. The free event takes place from 6:30-8:30p.m. Please contact Camera West Walnut Creek at 925-935-1424 to RSVP or email email@example.com
To check out more of Robert’s work, please visit his site: http://robertholmesphotography.com/
Mark your calendars for Thursday, July 7 from 4:00-6:00p.m. The new Hasselblad X1D will be at the Walnut Creek location to for you to check out in person. This is a free event.
More information about the X1D can be seen here: http://www.camerawest.com/cwblog/2016/06/25/introducing-the-hasselblad-x1d/
Thank you to Jason Bradley and everyone who came out to the Lightroom chat and book signing last night at Camera West Walnut Creek.
Jason will be back for a Lightroom Developing Event on Saturday, July 23 from 9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. The cost of this all day event is $150 and space is limited. If you are interested in attending please call 925-935-1424.
Jason Bradley has a unique set of skills. He specializes in nature and wildlife photography both underwater and above; he’s the owner and operator of Bradley Photographic Print Services—a fine art print lab; he leads photographic expeditions around the world, and Jason is the author of the book Creative Workflow in Lightroom, published by Focal Press. Visit Jason’s site to see more of his work, to learn about fine art printing, and find info on his upcoming workshops and expeditions. His website is http://www.bradleyphotographic.com/
There will be an artist talk and book signing at San Francisco Camerawork on Wednesday, June 29th from 6:00-8:00p.m. The evening will feature Jona Frank: Modern Girls and Mimi Plumb: The Girls. SF Camerawork is located at 1011 Market Street, 2nd Floor in San Francisco.
Jona Frank: The Modern Kids http://jonafrank.com/ Jona will give an artist talk and sign copies of her new book, The Modern Kids (Keher Verlag). Beginning in 2010, Frank explored and photographed an amateur boxing club in a working-class community outside Liverpool, England. These photographs combine the qualities of formal portraiture with the intimacy of viewing the sport from a woman’s point of view. The book features an essay by artist and filmmaker Bruce Weber.
Mimi Plumb: Will open the evening with her ongoing project, The Girls. For the past five years, Plumb has been making color portraits of young women who remind her of her 1970′s suburban roots. http://www.mimiplumb.com/
Founded in 1974, SF Camerawork’s mission is to encourage and support emerging artists to explore new directions and ideas in the photographic arts. Through exhibitions, publications, and educational programs, they strive to create an engaging platform for artistic exploration as well as community involvement and inquiry. SF Camerawork is a membership-based organization, for more information to become a member or to renew your membership check our their website here: http://www.sfcamerawork.org/membership
Jay Tyrell’s Atomic Mirrors is now installed at San Francisco International Airport. It is located in the upper level of terminal 1, boarding area C. You don’t need to pass TSA to see this outstanding exhibit that was at Camera West earlier this year. The exhibit will be shown from now until the end of July.
For more information on the show: www.flysfo.com/museum/exhibitions/jay-tyrrell-atomic-mirrors
Jay Tyrrell (b. 1944)
pigment ink print