(email written by Don Quintana)
Greetings camera club and nature photography enthusiasts,
I wanted to thank you for sharing and attending the event we sponsored with Tim Gray and Photo Pills yesterday. Bob and I really appreciate your sharing the event with your followers. I hope everyone who attended enjoyed Tim's well done and very informative presentation. I know I learned a lot about PhotoPills!
We wanted to invite you to another event that is happening on Sunday October 11th.The details are as follows:
Tin Man Lee interview and Live Q&A SessionOctober 11th, 2020 @ 5:00pm-6:30pm1 hour interview/presentation and 30 minute Q&A sessionAs long as you sign up through the meetup application, you will have access to the recorded program afterwards.
Short link: https://bit.ly/3jEu1mv
Link to the Meetup Group: https://www.meetup.com/Nature-Photography-Group-of-the-Central-Coast-of-CA/
I am close friends with Tin Man Lee and am just thrilled to have the opportunity to be able to bring this program and access to him to your group of photographers. I hope you will join us. I have attached a little bit of information for you to share with anyone who may be interested. It is a completely free event to attend, you just need to sign up through the meetup application.
A little bit about Tin Man Lee: Join us for an evening interview and Q&A with International Award Winning Wildlife photographer Tin Man Lee.Tin Man Lee is an international award-winning wildlife photographer, blogger, and instructor who has had a deep love of wild animals since a young age. He is the past recipient of the Grand Prize of Natures Best Photography (NBP) Windland Smith Rice International 2013, among other awards. His photos have been published on the cover of Alaska magazine, Wild Planet Photo magazine, and annual NANPA Expressions. He was an invited judge of Nature’s Best Photography Asia and View Bug. He has been featured in the Smithsonian Earth, Natures Best Photography, Outdoor Photographer magazine, Nic software, 500 PX, Peta Pixel, etc. In 2014 he was invited for a solo exhibit of 48 photos for five months at HKUST, Hong Kong (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). He also teaches two popular online photography courses: Dynamic Tension Stacking and Maximum Emotional Impact, and now has hundreds of award-winning photographers all over the world taking his classes.
On a personal note, I have been good friends with Tin Man Lee for over a decade and you won't find a more kinder and generous person with his knowledge of the art of wildlife photography. This is an event you won't want to miss! Bring your questions and sit back and enjoy the learning experience!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Donald Quintana and Bob Canepa
Nature Photography Group of the Central Coast