The New England Camera Club Council is proud to present its 2024 Virtual Event featuring two exceptional presenters.


Jim Zuckerman
&
Seth Resnick

Agenda:

Jim Zuckerman – 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Break – 1:30 – 1:45 PM
Seth Resnick – 1:45 – 3:15 PM
Drawing of Prizes – 3:15 PM – You must be present to win.

Jim Zuckerman

“Capturing Outstanding Images”

Jim Zuckerman will present his unique approach to capturing outstanding nature images. Jim will cover birds in flight photography, using unusual perspectives for wildlife and landscapes, focus stacking, camera settings, dealing with severe cold in winter, and more.

Jim Zuckerman cuts to the chase and provides concrete measures you can take to transform your picture taking. This is a fresh look at how to improve the way you see photographically. It will have a huge impact on your work. Jim illustrates this program with stunning images, in a way that is clear and easy to understand.

Seth Resnick

“Unleashing Creativity: Mastering the Art of Visual Storytelling”

Join renowned photographer Seth Resnick as he delves into the heart of creativity and visual storytelling in an engaging and transformative lecture. Prepare to be inspired as Seth challenges conventional thinking, empowering you to revolutionize your creative process and unlock new artistic perspectives.

In this session, Seth will share his insights on how to enhance creativity, emphasizing the notion that it’s not merely about what your pictures are of, but rather what they are about. Seth will inspire attendees to change their thinking and creative process, empowering them to discover new ways of thinking creatively and achieving their artistic vision. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to unlock the full potential of your creativity

Jim Zuckerman left his medical studies in 1970 to pursue his love of photography and turn it into a career. Jim specializes in wildlife, nature, travel photography, and digital effects. Jim was a contributing editor to Photographic Magazine for 40 years, and he is the author of 26 books on photography.

His images, articles, and photo features have been published in scores of books and magazines including Time-Life books, publications of the National Geographic Society, the Economist, Life Magazine, and Omni Magazine.  His work has also been featured on scores of jigsaw puzzles, national ads, calendars, murals, greeting card lines, and more.

Jim leads photo tours all over the world to many destinations in the U.S. as well as exotic locations like Indonesia, Patagonia, Iceland, China, Morocco, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Russia, and Italy.

Seth Resnick is a visionary Master Photographer who has left an indelible mark on the contemporary photography scene. With a dynamic career that spans education, fine art, editorial, stock, and commercial work. Seth has solidified his position as a true luminary in the world of visual arts.


Recognized as one of the 30 most influential photographers of the decade by a leading photography magazine, Seth’s work is in high demand for its stunning visual impact, capturing the essence of both natural and manipulated light in his breathtaking graphic images. His portfolio boasts an impressive presence in many of the world’s most prestigious publications, with over 2500 features worldwide, and his clientele reads like a “Who’s Who” of Corporate America.

A true innovator and creative force, Seth Resnick continues to push the boundaries of visual storytelling, inspiring and training thousands of photographers in cutting-edge digital workflow techniques. His artistic vision and business acumen have positioned him at the forefront of the industry, shaping the future of photography and captivating audiences worldwide with his unparalleled artistry.

Ushuaia is the last city at the very bottom of Argentina. It is known as the end of the world and the beginning of everything.
A spectacular iceberg resembling a hand carved ice castle in the Iceberg Graveyard. “Iceberg Graveyard” in Pleneau Bay is home to both large tabular icebergs and older, rolled icebergs. The icebergs get caught in the currents and are ushered into ‘the graveyard’. They sit here for months on end, waiting for the summer sun to release them.
Deadvlei is a white clay pan located near Sossusvlei, inside the Namib-Naukluft Park in Namibia

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