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NANPA Roadshow: What Makes Indelible Images? (Hawaii)

NANPA is pleased to announce this Road Show Seminar to be held in Maui on October 11, 2014 at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center in Kahului, HI. Road Shows are indoor seminars hosted by well-known leaders - your host for this event will be Scott Mead, fine-art nature photographer and long time resident of Hawaii. Cost will be only $99.00 for NANPA members...
Online Registration is now open!

Just the Facts...

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Date: Saturday, October 11, 2014
Time:   9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Cost: $99 for NANPA Members / $129 for non-members
  $110 for camera club members in groups of 4 or more... Camera clubs please contact the NANPA office for details on this offer.
Location: Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Higashi Meeting Room [venue details]
Last Date to Register: October 9, 2014
Max Attendees: 50

Topics Covered...

During this Road Show, you will learn...

  • What Makes Indelible Images?
  • Apps and Equipment to Ensure You Get the Image You Want 
  • Creating a Masterpiece: Tips and Tools to Capturing Iconic Images
  • Editing for Depth and Dimension
  • BREAK - Lunch
  • The Tricks of Making the Perfect Print 
  • Selecting the Right Paper for Emotional Emphasis
  • Finishing Options to add Drama and Value
  • Q&A

Food & beverages are not allowed on property. We will have water service at the Road Show, and will take a 1 hour lunch break. There are several restaurants and eateries close to the MACC. At the Queen Ka'ahumanu Shopping Center (less than one mile away), you'll find Ruby's Diner, Panda Express, McDonalds, Maui Tacos, L&L Bartbecue, Quiznos, Fernando's Mexican Grill, Pearl's BBQ, Romen Ya and others. One block away (at the corner of W. Kaahumanu Avenue and S. Puunene Avenue) is a Burger King Restaurant. A map of local eateries will be provided at the Road Show.

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Scott Mead
Fine-art nature photographer, Scott Mead, literally grew up with a camera in hand and lava-toughened feet, shooting the wonderment of Hawaii since 1975. His images have appeared in Outdoor Photographer, Popular Photography, Hawaii Magazine, Maui No Ka Oi, Motor Trend, Automotive Traveler, Auto Week, CAR, and Truck Trend. He is the author of The Magic of Maui - Ka Makahehi o Maui, and has contributed to numerous books and online magazines. A Hahnemüle FineArt artist in residence and Certified Studio, Mead is a virtuoso at the use and manipulation of light, as he carefully selects his subjects and locations to optimize the ever-changing luminosity and atmospheric conditions that the Islands present. Tempered by patience and uncanny timing, his images depict an intense variation of light, fluidity and motion, capturing the pure essence and mana of Hawai'i through the lens.

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