Professional Imaging 2014 Presentations Online!!!

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: April 1, 2014

Category: General

Hey Folks,

Hope all is good with you.

Well it’s been a truly amazing few days here in The Netherlands presenting at The Professional Imaging Show along with friends Joe McNally and Frank Doorhof. The generosity and kindness shown by so many people here has been quite literally overwhelming!

There’s so much to tell you about with regards to what went on but I’ll save that for a future post as I need to start packing and thinking about heading off to the airport soon but in the mean time…

All of our presentations were streamed ‘Live’ over the internet yesterday but also recorded and have also now been posted on the official Professional Imaging Show website; all of which you can check out by clicking on this [Link]

A HUGE thank goes to Peter and Anja Duringhof (Show Organisers) and their wonderful Team for making us all feel so incredibly welcome and for taking care of us all so well; Good Times!

Have a great day whatever you’re up to and I’ll see you back here soon.

Enjoy,
Glyn

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1 Comment

  1. Will Guthrie

    Glyn, can’t thank you enough for posting the link to this event. Just had time this evening to watch the talk by Joe McNally and, I gotta say, it’s the best, most insightful, funny, heartfelt, awesome glimpse into the man’s life and career that i’ve seen to date. I admire this guy so much and, as an amateur, he never fails to deliver for me with his unique and truly gifted style of photography; a wonderful storyteller in the best and truest tradition. No wonder Zack Arias calls him ‘the grand poobah on the mountain top’, for that is what he truly is. Behind the humour and self-deprecating delivery you know, deep down, this guy has made real sacrifices in his life to get where he is today. Not many of us would have the bravery, commitment and ‘pig-headed determination’ to craft storytelling images the way he has been doing the last 35 years. The fact that we also get to, in some small way, share his life experiences, and those of his subjects, is quite remarkable. Good or bad, it’s real life, delivered with the utmost care and respect by a master of his craft. Forty minutes of joy; cheers for that. Oh, and you’re up tomorrow evening dude; looking forward to that too. Have a safe journey home fella!

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