LHSA 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting & Conference: Oct. 9 & 10 – Registration Open

Jul 10, 2020  By Richard Rejino

Registration Open

Join us on October 9 & 10 for the first-ever LHSA Virtual Annual Meeting & Conference. Our program chair, Brad Husick, has put together a fantastic program that features two days of informative and educational sessions presented by speakers from Leica and LHSA experts.

On Friday, October 9th sessions center on sharpening our skills with a theme of “Art and Technology.” Sessions include “Photography – Technology Through the Ages with Peter Karbe of Leica AG; Landscape Photography with Peter Blair, Leica Akademie Instructor; and Moving Beyond Instagram: What it takes to develop your photographic potential, with Sandra Eisert, former White House picture editor, and LHSA member.

Saturday, October 10th sessions focus on a theme of Learning and Sharing. Sessions include: Shooting with Old Leicas with Richard Chalfan, LHSA Member and Ask the Expert contributor, A Leica Story with John Kreidler, Leica East Coast Product Specialist, and Photo Assignment with Sandra Eisert and Tom Smith, Director of Leica Akademie USA.

See below for details!

Please click here to see the program.
Please click here to read about session speakers.
Register below (10% of net proceeds will go to the LHSA Photography Grant Fund):


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.


I’m of course disappointed that the Society will not be meeting in person, but I’m thrilled the meeting is happening (virtually) anyway!

    As are we, Michael. We’re hopeful that by next spring we will be able to meet for our Spring Shoot.

    With best wishes – Richard Rejino

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