PRESS RELEASE: Digital Photo Academy Expands To Five New Cities: Portland, Charlotte, Tucson, Long Island, Princeton
Digital Photo Academy (DPA), the acclaimed photography workshop program, has expanded its digital photography series to five new markets this spring- Portland, OR; Charlotte, NC; Tucson, AZ; Long Island, NY (Syosset); and Princeton, NJ (Belle Mead)- and will continue to grow in 2010. Digital Photo Academy offers a series of workshop topics each month in each city including beginner, intermediate, advanced, understanding composition, and digital manipulation in 26 cities nationwide. There are 2500 live classroom workshops annually which teach digital camera owners of different skill levels how to better use their cameras and optimize their digital photography experiences. Classes are limited to 12 attendees to ensure quality attention for each student. The workshops are taught by 60 accomplished professional photographers who live year-round in the cities where they teach. These photographers lead retailer events as well.
Digital Photo Academy also broadcasts free webinars that focus on a variety of photographic themes, from specific topics like sports, flowers, landscapes, portraits, etc. to the use of tripods, software, lighting equipment, etc. DigitalPhotoAcademy.com provides archived webinars and course registration online or via toll free number 1.877.372.2231 as well as hundreds of photo tips, monthly contests and video highlights.
Panasonic Lumix is DPA's presenting sponsor but students using any make or model of digital camera are encouraged to attend the workshops and webinars and benefit from the information available at DigitalPhotoAcademy.com.
Richard Rabinowitz, founder of Digital Photo Academy, has been working with the world's most accomplished photographers for over 25 years. He was VP / Group Publisher of the noted photography publications Popular Photography and American Photo, launched their travel websites and has produced photography TV series for the Travel Channel and ESPN. Rabinowitz was also the founding editor for PMDA's (PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association) non-profit educational site TakeGreatPictures.com.
For class schedules and/or additional information, visit http://www.digitalphotoacademy.com.
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(First posted on Monday, May 24, 2010 at 15:04 EDT)