Everybody say “Cheese!”

expoI am not a good photographer. You know how sometimes you’ll cut off the head of a subject, or maybe the feet? Well, I cut out people’s middles. That is not as easy as it sounds. It takes a sincere lack of talent and ability to take, what my friends and family call, the worst pictures in the history of photography. Put it this way… Remember that iconic photo of the sailor kissing the nurse in Times Square when WWII ended? I would have missed the shot and only caught the slap that followed the peck. Lee Harvey Oswald being shot by Jack Ruby? Through my lens it would have looked like they were hugging it out. Annie Liebovitz would come to my house and beat me with a flash pod. So where can a guy like me get some help, some tutelage in the art of capturing the images of what the eye sees?

From June 7th to 9th New Jersey’s biggest photography event, EXPO, comes to Fairfield. Learn, explore, shop and eNJoy. Here are a few things you can expect to experience:
50+ Exhibitors at New Jersey’s largest camera show;
70+ Free Photography Seminars;
Demos of all the newest cameras and accessories;
50+ Manufacturer Reps on sight to answer any and all questions;
Raffles for amazing prizes;
Trade-ins of your old equipment for cash and the lowest prices of the year.

You can learn the art of Wedding and Portrait Photography, the use of Composition and Light, and how to choose the right lens and setting for different conditions. Also while you’re there, sign up for a “2 River, 5 Bridge Photography Cruise” around the island of Manhattan, which occurs on June 15.

Registration is simple. Just go to UniquePhoto.com and sign up. All registrants are automatically entered in a raffle to win two free passes to the NYC cruise mentioned above.

So go, point, click, and shoot your way to a better photo. I would go but apparently they have security positioned to keep me out. Say cheese.


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