Sedona AZ (June 27, 2019) – The First Annual Sedona Photography Symposium launches on August 22 – 25, 2019, at the Sedona Creative Life Center.
The Sedona Photography Symposium team presents a southwest-based event of photo enthusiasts gathering to nurture their creativity and personal visual expression. It’s a must attend event for all photographers who are looking to expand their knowledge and artistic approach to photography.
Registration is open for the event and is currently over 65% sold out. Space is quickly becoming limited so don’t delay. To check availability and to register online: sedonaphotosym.com
Sarah Dolliver, Symposium Founder, emphasized the benefits of attending: “You will join master photographers in one of the world’s most magnificent landscapes. Participants will learn through inspiring presentations, breakout sessions, hands-on field excursions, and special workshops while focusing on expanding their creative vision, artistry and building confidence in their artistic process.”
The Symposium’s theme is “Mastering Visual Artistry.” Programs will emphasize the artistic and creative side of photography in an upbeat, casual and welcoming environment. A special pre-symposium workshop featuring Suzanne Mathia entitled “Sedona: Icons, Secrets and Treasures,” will allow participants to learn in a small-group format. Post-symposium workshops will include “Afterglow: Shooting After Dark” with Scott Stulberg and 3-day “Monsoon at the Grand Canyon” with Adam Schallau.
The Sedona Photography Symposium is presented by the Sedona Camera Club, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation dedicated to providing educational opportunities for photographers of all skill levels. John Gafford, Sedona Camera Club president, explains “Part of the proceeds from the symposium will help support scholarships and educational activities in photography and the visual arts in the northern Arizona area.”
Sponsors of the 2019 Sedona Photography Symposium include Tamron, Rollie’s Camera, Sedona Rouge Hotel, Spa & Reds and The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau
If you would like to get your business in front of enthusiastic photographers by becoming a Symposium sponsor, please contact: Sarah Dolliver — Info@SedonaPhotoSym.com
For more Information on programs, presenters, registration information and more, go to SedonaPhotoSym.com. Video interviews with many of the photographers are available upon request. Contact: Carol Kahn, firstname.lastname@example.org