They say that experience is the best teacher, and that’s generally true. It doesn’t always have to be yours, though. Sometimes you can learn from others’ experience, and sometimes that means that a great opportunity to improve your travel savvy can come from sitting comfortably at home!
We here at Mike’s Camera are pleased to partner with Tamron Tours in presenting to you the talented and informative David Akoubian. On Saturday, September 26th, he will be presenting an entertaining and inspiring lecture on travel and landscape photography, sharing the most important lessons he’s learned over four decades of photography. Whether you scoff at a mere 40 years or you’re just starting out, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. The fee to register is a mere $20. Hope to see you signed on!
Sep. 26th, 2020
10am–12pm MDT lecture
12pm MDT open Q&A time (about an hour)
About David Akoubian
David has been a photographer since 1972 when his father presented him with his first camera, but his career in photography started in 1992. David learned his craft originally as a painter and from his father who shares his love of nature and photography. Early in his career he traveled with, learned from and taught beside some of the masters of nature photography including John Shaw, Art Wolfe, Galen Rowell, Bryan Peterson, Pat O’Hara, and Rod Planck. David has been teaching photography since 1993 in the classroom and leading workshops around the United States, Iceland, and the Galapagos. David currently presents at many camera clubs across Georgia, as well as leading workshops across the United States and Internationally.