Zoom Event: Virtual Road Show
Published on: 27th May 2020
By David Noton Photography
Behind the Lens with David Noton in South America
Thursday June 4, 2020 at 1900 BST
Join me for a live online presentation via Zoom.
I hope, wherever you are, that you and your closest are safe and well in these troubling times. Since I last communicated it feels like the world has tilted on its axis, doesn't it? But life goes on, and there's a silver lining to every cloud. For we photo-obsessives that lining may be us all having more time for our craft, especially now we're gradually emerging from confinement. With that in mind I'm pleased to announce the first in a series of live interactive online, Virtual Road Shows.
Join me via Zoom for our first Show on Thursday June 4, 1900 BST. I will take you on an unforgettable photographic journey around beguiling South America, from a glacier in Patagonia to a hacienda in Mexico, with stops in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia and Costa Rica in between. Along the way I will recount some of my most memorable shoots in this varied, fascinating and intoxicating continent, with practical insights and inspirational stories from behind the lens in markets and rain forests, on mountains and salt flats, under the stars and over surging waterfalls. The presentation will last one hour and be interactive with plenty of opportunity for participants to ask questions.
This will be the first in a series of such Live Zoom events; I'd welcome your suggestions for what you'd like to see covered in future Shows. Meanwhile I hope you f11 Members have been enjoying the steady stream of f11 eBooks we've been releasing over the last few months.
Just to remind you; these eBooks are FREE to download for f11 Members. If you're not an f11 Member or your membership has expired, all 97 issues of the f11 Photography Magazine, are available online for you to access, along with the eBooks and videos for just £25.00. f11s also get a £2.00 discount on all Zoom events.
For us here at DNP so much has changed over the last few months. I'm sure it's the same for you, but I am convinced a lot of positives will come out of all this.
We may not be able to fly around the world for the foreseeable future, but the Joy of Photography will continue. In fact, I think for all of us the pursuit of that joy is more beneficial then ever. It's who, and what we are, isn't it?
I'll see you, virtually at least, on the road to Cusco next week, I hope.