Happenings We’re Hosting A Watch Photography Workshop With Leica Store San Francisco On August 21
We are exceptionally eager to report our first historically speaking watch photography workshop in partnership with Leica Store San Francisco. Overseeing manager Stephen Pulvirent and senior essayist James Stacey will introduce an entire day of programming that combines introductions and hands-on, down to earth photography meetings. This will remember a conversation for the history of watch photography and how techniques for photographing watches have developed throughout the most recent couple of many years, our work process for retouching and sharing images that best show off specific watches, and freedoms to evaluate diverse photography set-ups improved for item shots and way of life images.
The workshop will happen at the Leica Store San Francisco on Wednesday, August 21, from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM, as a feature of the store’s week-long five-year commemoration festivity . The expense of the entire day of programming will be $595 and the workshop is restricted to 25 members to guarantee that everybody in participation gets adequate hands-on shooting time. On the off chance that you’ve at any point thought about how we make the thousands of photographs we share each year and how you can get comparable outcomes out of your watch assortment, this is an uncommon chance to learn for yourself.
If you might want to take part, kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us. We will email conceded members in the not so distant future to affirm and deal with installment. We hope to see you there!