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Boxes, Bags, and B&H

Feb 16

In Seminars & Workshops at 10:30am

B&H LogoPretty crazy weekend, to be sure. Made a little nuttier (happily so) by doing a lecture and small reading from The Moment It Clicks tomorrow, Sunday, at B&H.

It’s from 1-3 pm, and it should be fun. I’ll bring some books to sign, and do some Q&A. Many thanks to B&H and the Maine Media Workshops for tuning all this in. (The Maine Workshops are cool, by the way. Great place, great instructors, the coast of Maine at your doorstep, and Elizabeth Greenberg, who runs the shop, is one of the all time great people in the biz.) Plus, you can visit my bud Tim Whelan at his photo book store, one of the real treasures of our industry.

Hang in, enjoy the weekend!

9 Responses to “Boxes, Bags, and B&H”

David Brommer says:

on February 16, 2008 at 11:15 am

Joe,
David from the B&H Event Space, thanks in advance for coming down to the store. Ill advise people to come early to secure a seat- your going to draw a crowd!

See you tomorrow-

D

Henry Posner says:

on February 17, 2008 at 12:41 pm

Joe:
It’s great to have you in our new event space. Thanks for making the time to visit.
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Henry Posner
B&H Photo-Video

Bill says:

on February 17, 2008 at 1:09 pm

Joe! Killing me! I’ma huge fan and I’ve been trying like crazy to get a copy of the moment it clicks…but nobody has it in stock! Any ideas on when more will be coming?

Also, I’m a huge fan of your work, and I’m very happy to see you blogging, youtubing, and all that other good stuff! Keep up the stellar work!

Bill

David says:

on February 17, 2008 at 6:55 pm

Hi Joe,

Just finished reading your book. Wow what a fantastic thing you have done. I’m afraid I don’t have the eloquent words to describe how good the book is, but I can just say an honest thank you. I’m just starting out and I can safely say that your book is an inspiration.

Take care

David

Mark Blumer says:

on February 17, 2008 at 7:27 pm

Joe,

I loved your presentation at B&H. It was fun meeting and chatting with you. I just happened to be at B&H, I’m on vacation from Michigan. I ordered your book from another site otherwise I would have had you sign one at B&H. I was talking with Brad in the back. He let me take a peek at the Nikkor 14-24/2.8. I hate him! That little chat cost me $1600.

Thanks,
Mark

Billy Mitchell says:

on February 17, 2008 at 8:43 pm

Who about that? A full room and some standing. One of the best presentations I’ve seen you give. You’d think I’d heard it all by now. Keep up the good work.

Oleg Shpak says:

on February 17, 2008 at 9:54 pm

Joe,
had fun listening to your presentation today. I noticed one thing about your photographs that make yours different from anybody else. I have been on many presentations by famous photographers lately. Most of their photographs that they show are taken either around sunrise or around sunset. It is understandable.
Meanwhile your photographs are all over the time of the day. Great work!

Thanks,
Oleg

Dee says:

on February 18, 2008 at 6:41 pm

Hi,

Great talk yesterday. Very inspiring.

I had wanted to ask you a question, but they ran out of time. What I wanted to ask about was: You mentioned a few times, screwing up on jobs, so I was wondering, when you do that (or did that) how did you remedy the situation, so that the door isn’t closed with that client?

I think that would be a good topic to cover either here or in future talks.

Mary Ann says:

on February 18, 2008 at 8:11 pm

Joe,

thank you so much for coming to B and H and NYC to talk about your photography adventures and career. I enjoyed listening to you discuss your career and the ins and outs of commercial photography! Love your new book also, as I had ordered in on pre order from Amazon, and then was very happy to find out you were coming to NYC to talk about it!
hopefully one day I’ll come up to Maine to take your class!
Mary Ann Burns

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