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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Beyond the Photograph

Beyond the Photograph Launches!

Former Photoflex product designer and seventeen year veteran NYC shooter Craig Wallace Dale is thrilled to announce his newest venture Beyond the Photograph, a workshop program designed to help photographers of all levels make more meaningful pictures. Classes are held both in Dale’s Hoboken, New Jersey studio and at a special fall foliage weekend at Stratton Mountain, Vermont from October 1st through the 3rd.

According to Craig, “Working for Photoflex was one of the great experiences of my career. I got to travel around the world to listen to photographers, then turn their needs into high quality lighting gear.” In this venture, Craig has taken the frustration he and many others felt in the early days of digital and turned them into possibilities to understand the camera and our creative selves better. Also joining Craig in Vermont will be award winning photographer and friend of Photoflex Les Jorgensen. Les will bring his expertise as a pioneer in digital photography along with his love of landscape to teach The Digital Landscape workshop. “Les and I are proud of our program and proud of our ongoing relationship to Photoflex.”

Craig notes, “To help us celebrate we are offering our full package Vermont participants a free 32 inch Photoflex Multidisc."

More information can be found at www.beyondthephoto.com

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