FEBRUARY 21 & 22

factory reps on-site

great store-wide deals

free classes

Canon  Nikon  Sony  Panasonic  Olympus  Fujifilm  Pentax/Ricoh  Leica  Zeiss  Tamron  Sigma Tokina  Laowa  Manfrotto  Gitzo  Endura  Sirui  Slik  BlackRapid  Lowepro  Moab Hahnemühle  Phottix  Hoya  

see the latest!

Fujifilm X-T200 - See it here!

Canon 1DX MkIII - Launch Event Saturday 2/22 - 3PM

Nikon D780 & Z-Mount 70-200mm & F-mount 120-300mm f/2.8 lens

Tamron FE Mount Lenses for Sony

Free 8x10" print

Bring in your favorite image file
for a FREE 8x10" Fine Art Print.
Moab Saturday 10-5pm • Hahnemühle Saturday 10-5pm
Moab and Hahnemühle Reps will be available for advice on the best paper choices for your project. Bring in a file on your memory stick or SD card and get a free Fine Art print. One print per customer per manufacturer.
One camera per customer and limited to first come, first served basis.
Available to first 75 Sony customers. Ability to provide service is limited and available on Feb 21 & 22 2020 only.

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Get a FREE Sony camera
sensor cleaning.
Feb. 21st   10am-5pm
Feb. 22nd 10am-4pm

Free Classes:   Saturday February 22

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The Art of Travel and Storytelling • TAMRON
10am - 11am  Room B

 Join photographer and world traveler Erica Robinson for an incredible and inspiring seminar on photographic storytelling. Erica has lived a great many experiences all over the world and worked in an array of photographic genres. In her class, Erica will discuss how to build a photograph with ideal composition and cameras settings, as well as understanding your location, and how to show stories within your travel photographs. Come get inspired to think outside of the box and get creative. 

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Outdoor, Sports and Underwater Photography with Waterproof Compact Cameras • RICOH
10am - 11am  Room B

 Join Don Flatten to learn how to use the still and video capabilities of Waterproof Compact digital cameras effectively for Outdoor, Sports, and Underwater Photography, illustrated with Ricoh waterproof compact adventure cameras. Create high quality still images and video in wet, dusty, or cold outdoor and underwater environments! 

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Getting Started with Video
11:30am - 12:30pm  Room A

Have you been hesitant about shooting video? Whether you want to film your three-year-old’s birthday party, become a famous YouTube vlogger or dream of making an independent film, Mark Toal from Panasonic can help you get started.

This class will take you from the very basics of shooting your first video to an introduction to making a 4K professional video. Mark will cover everything from camera settings, audio, time lapse and tips to make your videos look more polished to posting your video on YouTube and Vimeo to share with friends and family.

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An Intro to Macro Photography • SIGMA
11:30am - 12:30pm  Room B

If you like to shoot up close or want to learn how to, please join technical specialist Aaron Norberg for an informative introduction to the big world of shooting small. We’ll cover the basics of how to choose the right lens, the proper accessories and the right environment to get yourself started with macro photography. Tips and techniques to help improve your macro images will also be covered.

Audio for Video. What You Need to Get Started 
1:00pm - 2:00pm  Room B

Video is the number one platform for spreading brand messages and engaging audiences worldwide. Sound is one of the most important video tools.

 In this overview class you will learn:

•The importance of Audio for Video. 

•Educating yourself on basic audio products (tools        of the trade).

•Tips and Tricks and Do’s and Don’ts when it           

    comes to recording.

• External Mics, Shotgun Mics, WirelessMics, and        hand held mics and how they work.

•Q & A

Seeing Through the Noise
2:30pm - 4:00pm  Room A

Have you ever wondered where all of those behind the scenes photos from your favorite movies and tv shows come from? Every production has an on set photographer (also called the unit still photographer) whose sole responsibility is to take photos which capture the essence of the production (both what goes on in front of and behind the camera). 

In this presentation, Hopper will take you through his journey from being a photojournalist covering such stories as the famine in Somalia, war in Yugoslavia and the aftermath of the fall of the Soviet Union to being the on set photographer for such productions as “Modern Family”, “Hidden Figures”, “Captain Phillips” and “Ghostbusters” (2016). This isn’t a “how to” lecture. Rather, Hopper wants to share ideas (and maybe get you to think more) about the “why” and “when” of choosing the shot.

Canon New Product
Launch Event• CANON
3:00pm - 5:00pm  Room B


Free Sony sensor cleaning

 Save %15 Off  on all used gear under $2000.