Shoot LA

March 21, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events | 1 Comment |
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Bron Imaging Group and Hasselblad have announced that Los Angeles will be the host of Shoot LA, a professional photography forum held on 28th April at Smashbox Studios.  Top industry professionals will host workshops and hands-on seminars in an array of subjects, while Broncolor and Hasselblad will demonstrate a range of photographic tools designed for the working pro. Smashbox Studios are located at 1011 N Fuller Ave Los Angeles, CA 90046. For more information, check out the website below.

Website: Shoot LA

Press Release

Bron Imaging Group Announces Shoot LA, a Professional Photography Forum

EDISON, NJ – March 13, 2012 – Bron Imaging Group and Hasselblad are proud to announce that Los Angeles will be the host of Shoot LA, a professional photography forum held on April 28, 2012 at Smashbox Studios in Los Angeles.

The event, originally established in NYC, is an exciting and informative forum based on the premise of building a photographic community. In addition to a wide range of free professional photography seminars, industry leaders Broncolor and Hasselblad will help you learn how to harness and integrate the market’s most advanced photographic tools into your business, improving both your photography and your bottom line. Top industry professionals will host workshops and hands-on seminars in an array of subjects, whether you’re interested in fashion, portraiture, commercial, stock or repro.

This event is ideal for professional photographers, photo assistants, advanced students, or any imaging professional that would like to learn about the latest products and techniques being used in the digital capture market.

Event will be held at: SMASHBOX STUDIO, 1011 N Fuller Ave Los Angeles, CA 90046 on April 28th, 2012, from 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

For more information, go to http://www.Shoot-LA.com.



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#1 thanksforursupport

I hope you had a wonderful time at the event all of us at http://www.quixote.com (parent of Smashbox)want to show our gratitude for educating and promoting film. Thanks so much

1:09 am - Tuesday, July 10, 2012