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Manfrotto School of Xcellence to Host Free Webinars Featuring Respected Photographers Tom Bol & David duChemin

Photographers to Provide Advice on Ways to Become a Better Photographer

RAMSEY, N.J., April 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Manfrotto School of Xcellence, the educational platform by the world leader in the equipment and accessories industry for photography and imaging, is thrilled to be hosting two upcoming webinars featuring renowned photographers, Tom Bol and David duChemin. During the free one-hour webinars, Bol and duChemin will provide attendees with insight on their respective careers as well as advice on what it takes to become a better photographer.   

Tom Bol, an editorial and commercial photographer specializing in adventure sports, portraits and travel, will educate webinar attendees on what is required in order to shoot great adventure images. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 10th from 2 p.m.3 p.m. (EDT), Bol will show creative ways to utilize light on location in the field and takes a deeper look at how high speed sync is changing. Participants will have the opportunity to see how he approaches shooting action sports and get some feedback on what his customers typically ask for.

David duChemin, a Vancouver-based international assignment photographer specializing in Humanitarian and world photography, will discuss his new book, VisionMongers, during his webinar on Friday, April 13th from 1 p.m.2 p.m. duChemin believes creating a life as a working photographer should be an act of creativity as much as making any photograph and during his webinar he will touch on this belief and so much more.

A must attend for any photography enthusiast, these webinars will be run in real-time on the official website of the school, www.manfrottoschoolofxcellence.com.

Registration for this webinar is now underway. To register, please visit:

About Manfrotto Distribution
Manfrotto Distribution, Inc. is a leading distributor of key accessories brands for the photographic, video, cine and lighting production markets. Manfrotto Distribution is an international company within the Imaging Division of the Vitec Group, which owns the following leading international brands: Manfrotto, Gitzo, Kata, Avenger and Lastolite. As the U.S. distributor of National Geographic, Metz, Gossen, Elinchrom, Genus and Rotatrim, which are available nationwide through an extensive network of authorized dealers, Manfrotto Distribution offers the most complete range of exceptional camera and lighting accessories in the business. The Manfrotto Distribution international network covers the U.S., Germany, France, Italy, U.K., Hong Kong, China and Japan. www.manfrottodistribution.us.

Media Contact:
Manfrotto Press Office – MSL New York
Richard Mitchell
646.500.7773
[email protected]

 

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