Lou Jones | Understanding the use & creative benefits of flash photography. (7:30 PM EST)
Newton Camera Club Program
Lou Jones | Understanding the use & creative benefits of flash photography
World-renowned photographer Lou Jones will be with us to demystify the use, fear, and frustration of flash photography. His overview & demonstrations are for those who are ‘new to reasonably familiar’ to flash photography.
About Lou: http://www.fotojones.com
Lou Jones’ eclectic career has evolved from commercial to the personal. It has spanned every format, film type, artistic movement and technological change. He maintains a studio in Boston, Massachusetts and has photographed for Fortune 500 corporations, international companies and local small businesses including Federal Express, Nike and the Barr Foundation; completed assignments for magazines and publishers all over the world such as Time/Life, National Geographic and Paris Match; initiated long term projects on the civilwars in Central America, death row, Olympics Games and pregnancy; and published multiple books.
Jones has served on the boards of directors of numerous photographic associations, societies, and museums such as the American Society of Media Photographers, Photographic Resource Center and the Griffin Museum of Photography. He helped found the school Center for Digital Imaging Arts of Boston University and conceived the prestigious Griffin Museum’s annual Focus Awards. For his photography, Jones has been awarded many accolades from organizations like Communication Arts Magazine, Art Directors Club of Boston, Travel Photographer of the Year and International Photographic Council (United Nations).
Nikon recognizes Jones as a “Legend Behind the Lens” and Lowepro has honored him as a “Champion”. Jones has exhibited his eclectic imagery in colleges and schools such as Trinity College, Texas Tech University and New England College, and in collections at the Smithsonian Institution, DeCordova Museum and the African American Museum in Philadelphia. His photography is owned by various collectio