2018 Spring Shoot Program

Jan 18, 2018  By Richard Rejino
0


Image by Wilbur Norman

Spring Shoot 2018 Program*

*Program subject to change

To read about our presenters, click here.

Wednesday – April 18

LHSA Board arrival day

Thursday – April 19

Arrival day for Participants

12-4 PM LHSA Board Meeting 

6 PM Social gathering at a local gallery or hotel (TBA)

Friday – April 20

8:30 PM – Learning to Look – David Spielman

As we all know photography is the great educator! It put a face on everything, poverty, war, disasters, birth, death and everything in between. Our brains remember singular images, not video clips. It isn’t just about the equipment or computer programs. Photographers, good photographers know how to look. If you don’t look, you won’t see and if you do see it, how can you take a picture of it. Join us and enhance your looking/seeing skills!

9 AM – 12 PM – Shooting on assignment

12 PM Lunch on your own

1 PM Making Photographs in El Norte – Don Usner

 New Mexico Don Usner will describe some of the opportunities and pitfalls of making photographs in Northern New Mexico. As with so many other things, rules learned elsewhere don’t necessarily apply here, in the “far north” of the Latin American cultural sphere and the heart of the Pueblo homeland. Don will share what he has learned after decades of shooting photos and writing about the region.

1:45 PM Shooting on assignment

5:00 – 5:50 PM Session (TBA) with Reid Callanan

6:30 PM Evening event at a local gallery TBA

7:30 Dinner on your own

Saturday – April 21

8 AM  The Freelance & Personal Project Photographer – Wilbur Norman

What does it take to work and make a living as a freelancer? Is it for you? When should you say ‘yes’ and, as importantly, when ought your response be, ‘No!’ You’re a freelancer and tired of working solely for others who may – or may not, share your vision for the kind of photography in which you wish to engage. You need to stretch your wings! How do you proceed with the work when the client is YOU with your own personal project?

8:45 AM  Shooting on assignment

12 PM Lunch on your own

1 PM “The Rangefinder” – with Tony O’Brien

I will be talking about my switching from an SLR to the Leica M-6 when covering the gulf war. The rangefinder camera allows you to slow down and think about what it is you see. Also, the quiet, allowing the photographer to become almost invisible. All in all, just the fun of using a Leica. I will show work from three projects: the Gulf War, work in Guatemala, and a yearlong project at a monastery.

1:45 PM Shooting on assignment

4 – 6 PM Review of Images

6:30 Dinner on your own

Included in registration, participants will receive:

  • A Small Moleskin notebook
  • Approximately 75 pg. Blurb book to include images from everyone’s work
  • YouTube slideshow of everyone’s work
  • LHSA USB Drive

Register below!

Loading…



Richard Rejino
Richard is the Executive Director of LHSA - The International Leica Society and a part-time professional photographer. He is also a classically trained pianist, writer and published author. His book, "What Music Means to Me" is available from Hal Leonard Corporation.









Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


More Story
LHSA Announces Sweepstakes Winners Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 LHSA Sweepstakes: Susan Napier of California: First Prize Lee Gephart of Ohio:...