We'll be officially announcing our "Start of the Summer Sale" after the Memorial Day Holiday on Tuesday, but for those of you who want a jump on it, all the sale prices are already activated. You can find out more at www.lenswork.com/news/2014-05-27.html. Pretty much a store-wide event for us!
Last Year of the LensWork Road Shows: A Special Message from Brooks Jensen
I cannot tell you how much fun it's been these last two years meeting folks and talking about photography and creativity during our LensWork Road Show events! Just a blast! But, as much as I've enjoyed it, I must also admit that the additional impact on my already-busy schedule has been daunting.
So, we've made the decision that this will be our last year of doing the Road Show.
We still have a number of cities yet to go this year — Boston, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Hartford/Providence, Chicago, and New York — and these will be our final events. I'm looking forward with mixed emotions to wrapping up this chapter of my teaching efforts.
I'll be turning my attention to online teaching opportunities including finishing the long-awaited Chapbooks and Keepsakes workshop, as well as additional topics. We're also doing some research about live online events that take advantage of today's technology. Stay tuned! And, of course, I'll still be doing the occasional event sponsored by others — like the Moab Photosymposium I just returned from.
In the meantime, the six final Road Show events are fast approaching and I'm looking forward to each and every one!
New Folio by Brooks Jensen! Light, Glorious Light Images from Capitol Reef, Utah
From the introduction: From the depths of space, the Sun launches its energy pulses from every millimeter of its surface, casting bits and waves of itself in an ever-growing sphere of energy. For some 8 minutes this invisible energy traverses the cold and empty regions of space until it encounters some object that makes that energy manifest — a particle of atmospheric dust, a dusty photographer's warm skin, or the massive, silent face of an ancient, dusty wall of rock — and suddenly there is light. ~ Brooks Jensen