The following e-mail has been received form Canon.
I wanted to let you know about an event we are organising which may be of interest to your camera club.
We are very privileged to have Vincent Laforet coming to visit Australia and to provide a series of seminars and workshops.
Please feel free to circulate this with your members.
Manager Professional Segment
Canon Australia Pty Ltd 1 Thomas Holt Drive North Ryde NSW 2113
P: +61 2 8873 8843 | M: +61 (0)417 604 901 | W: https://www.canon.com.au/
Melbourne Workshop: Learn how to get more from your DSLR HD motion shoots. Vincent will teach you about business opportunities, terminologies, cameras, lenses and rigs, setting up a crew, shooting angles, focusing challenges and tips for better audio. Hands-on with the Explorer.
Limited to 20 places:
Tickets $695, Students $595, CPS Members $595
Book before September 1 and SAVE $50
Purchase at: www.canon.com.au/melbourneworkshop
Melbourne Seminar: Showing examples of his work, Vincent will illustrate his journey from stills to motion, and explore the impact of technology, the internet and social media on visual imaging. Inform your future.
Tickets $75, Students $55, CPS Members $55.
Book before September 1 and SAVE $10.00
Purchase at: www.canon.com.au/melbourneseminar
Canon proudly invites you to experience Vincent Laforet.
Don’t miss your chance to see director and Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, Vincent Laforet in Australia. Acclaimed for his forward-thinking approach to image making and storytelling, Vincent pioneered innovative tilt-shift & aerial photography using HD-capable DSLR cameras. His short film “Reverie” was viewed more than 2 million times in the first week of its release in 2009. Recognised as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Photography, his seminars and workshops are not to be missed.
To learn more about Vincent's visit: www.laforetvisuals.com | blog.vincentlaforet.com
Melbourne Museum, Carlton Gardens, The Age Theatre, Tuesday, September 10 from 6:45pm to 8:45pm. Rokeby Studios 1/90-94 Rokeby Street, Collingwood Wednesday, September 11 from 9.45am to 4.00pm