Taking it to the Next Level
a 1 day seminar with Bill Fortney
Riviera Camera Club, in cooperation with Robert's Camera and Fuji Film, is please to present "Taking it to the Next Level" with photographer Bill Fortney on Saturday, May 7, 2016. This day long seminar will be held at the Clowes Auditorium in the Central Library in downtown Indianapolis beginning at 9 AM and concluding at 5 PM. The seminar is for photographers of all skill levels and will feature the following teaching units:
All attendees will receive the 6 E-Book collection Reliable Guide Foundation Series by Bill Fortney, a $30 value. There will also be door prizes.
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Date: May 7, 2016
Time: 9 am - 5 pm
Location: Clowes Auditorium, Central Library, 40 E. St. Clair Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Cost: $79 through April 30, $89 after April 30
Bill Fortney Bio
Bill is a photographer, writer, pilot, and highly sought after presenter with over 45 years of experience. He has done professional work as a newspaper and magazine photojournalist, sports photographer (once an official photographer for the Washington Redskins), medical photographer, and nature/landscape photographer. Bill's bestselling books include: The Nature of America (with David Middleton), American Vision (with David Middleton, John Shaw and Wayne Lynch), America From 500 Feet (with Wesley Fortney), Bill Fortney's Great Photography Workshop, and America From 500 Feet II (with Mark Kettenhofen). Bill's books have sold well over 150,000 copies, placing him on the list of bestselling photographer/authors in America. Bill has been named a Fellow by the North American Nature Photographers Association.
Bill was a teacher for KelbyOne for several years. Currently, he leads workshops, is a Fuji X photographer, and enjoys spending time with his family. You can learn more about Bill, his workshops and view his work at www.billfortney.com.
Where can I park? - There is underground parking at the library for a small fee. The garage is entered from Pennsylvania Street just south of 9th Street. There is also street parking on Pennsylvania Street.
Is lunch included? - Lunch is on your own. There will be a 90 minute lunch break. There is a cafe at the library and a list of nearby restaurants will be provided.
How can I contact the organizers with questions? - You may contact us at [email protected], attn: Lesley