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Africa Discussion with Thom Hogan & Mark Comon

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June 6 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Free

Africa Discussion with Thom Hogan & Mark Comon Thursday

June 06, 2024-June 06, 2024

05:00 pm -07:00 pm

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June 6th 5pm PT

FREE online talk

Thom, Mark and the students captured images with Nikon Z8 and Z9. They will discuss focus, exposure, creativity and composition on safari. As well as the use of light and lens, to capture award winning photos!

Join us for an online photo recap of one of Africa’s seven natural wonders. The Okavango Delta in Botswana, a massive stretch of wetland that’s home to a wide-range of unique wildlife, various types of terrain and people.

Okavango has some of the most wide-ranging animal and bird populations you’ll find. In the past we have photographed 163 bird species and virtually every mammal and reptile present.

About Thom Hogan

Thom Hogan is a professional photographer who covers the latest news on mirrorless systems and DSLRs, and who’s written over 30 Complete Guides to various Nikon cameras.

Thom says, “I’ve been on the Internet pretty much from day one. ” He began by doing Nikon support on newsgroups in the early 90’s, and eventually moved that to his own Web site in the late 90’s. A disciple of the late Galen Rowell, Thom has been using Nikon gear for well over 40 years. Moreover, Thom’s Silicon Valley career included helping design one of the first mass market digital cameras, the Quickcam.

Besides his primary bythom.com site, he runs several topic-specific sites, as well:

dslrbodies.com — coverage of Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, lenses, and accessories

sansmirror.com — coverage of all mirrorless camera systems

filmbodies.com — legacy coverage of all Nikon F-mount film SLRs

zsystemuser.com — dedicated coverage of the Nikon Z System

A frequent traveler, Thom spends much of his time photographing the wilds and teaching photography workshops in some of the world’s most interesting outdoor locales. Thom is a former board member of the American Hiking Society and a supporter of respecting mother nature in any way we can. It’ll be a long time before we get another planet we can trash.

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Date:
June 6
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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