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Ever wanted to learn the tips to create successful whitewater kayaking photos? Want the scoop on how to get your shots published by the top kayaking and outdoor magazines? Just want to figure out how to use your camera to compose interesting photos?

Please join award winning photographer Jock Bradley at the Teva Mountain Games for a unique photo clinic. You will learn how to compose effective photos, review the technical essentials of your camera and lenses, learn professional business practices, and have your photos evaluated at the end of the clinic.

Photos will be judged and a signed copy of Jock's new book "Torrent" will be given to the winner. The top images taken during the clinic will also be used in an upcoming photo essay on the Teva Mt. Games in the American Whitewater Magazine. For some of you, this may be your first professional exposure and may open the doors to a new career.

There are only five spots available for this clinic, so sign up now!

Jock Bradley is considered to be one of the finest kayaking photographers in the world. His images have appeared in countless magazines such as Canoe And Kayak, Paddler, Kayak Session, Men's Journal, Outside, National Geographic Adventure and Sports Illustrated. This spring he celebrates the release of "Torrent" - a coffee table book collection of his finest whitewater images.

All proceeds for this clinic will be donated to American Whitewater to help support their river stewardship efforts.


The really important stuff:
Where: Teva Mt Games - Vail Colorado

When: June 3, 2005

Location: Vail Whitewater Park

Time: 11:00 AM

What to bring: Your own camera. Digital or film SLR, with plenty of memory or film(10 rolls of 36 exposure ASA 100 - 400). A notebook and pen. A good pair of water shoes and an open creative mind.

Fee: AW Members - $50.00 / Non AW Members $75.00

Limit: Five students

Register by emailing: [email protected]

More information at http://www.americanwhitewater.org/archive/article/1333/
 
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