Monday, October 15, 2007

Off to New York, Photo Plus Expo, and Chicago

I am heading off to New York tomorrow for my event at the New York Calumet on wednesday the 17th from 2-4 PM. There is no charge to attend this 2 hour seminar, so please drop by if you are in the area. I will also be checking out the Photo Plus Expo at Jacob Javitz convention center, and will mention any interesting finds in a future blog post. I am in the market for a waterproof digital camera to take to Baja, so I will be comparing those at the expo. Hasselblad also has a few events planned this week in New York.

Mark Duhaime of Hasselblad USA writes: "Hasselblad will be at Splashlight studios during Photo Plus (across from the Javits on W35th St. On Oct 18th we are doing a new product launch starting at 4:30pm. On the 19th we are hosting an open studio from 10:00am-5:00pm. Please be sure to come by and see us are one or both of these events."

I also plan to check out the photography exhibits at MOMA, and go by Duggal Imaging to check out the latest in print display techniques.

I will also be at the Chicago Calumet from 2-4 PM on October 22, and invite all the Chicago blog readers to the event.

This morning I received an email that my website had an error that my site was unavailable because the "bandwith had been exceeded." (!) I found out that in the past week traffic to my website had doubled, thanks to a blog post at Lightroom Killer Tips So, thanks Matt for the "exposure" - guess its time for more bandwidth!

I spent the last week photographing autumn colors throughout the Sierra - I hope to have time during my travels to look at the images and start selecting the ones I will add to my portfolio of fine art prints. We had some great colors this year even though there has been some early snowy weather in the Sierra. With snow storms forecast for this week we are probably going to see the colors start to fade as winter approaches.

1 comment:

  1. The Chicago workshop at Calumet was outstanding. What a great blend of art, technology, and business. Thank you very much!