Monthly Archives: April 2006

After six full days of seminars I’ve officially reached saturation point! There’s so much fantastic information being presented it’s too bad this is only a once-yearly event. Because my brain is full. WPPI offers so many seminars, banquets, photography classes, computer training and business classes that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed! The stuff we’ve learned, […]

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We had a long day at the WPPI Business Institute, from 7:30am to 9:00pm. After the last session, someone suggested grabbing a drink in the casino cocktail lounge. Sensational idea! We waited for nearly 20 minutes before one of the curvy waitresses took our order. Probably best to double up, because who knows when she’ll […]

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There’s a huge three-day photography tradeshow in the Paris Hotel ballrooms. All our favorite photographic and software vendors are here– Canon, Adobe, GraphiStudio, Successware, etc. GraphiStudio is an album company from Italy and produces incredible leather-bound wedding albums. John and I are eager to use them because the things they can do– amazing. Now, John […]

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We’re in session all day today, from 8:00am til 9:00pm. It’s a very full day. Then we have a date for cocktails with our good friends Michele Gauger and Monte Zucker. Hooray! At right is a photograph John took during our time with Yervant.

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Yervant Zanazanian was born in Ethiopia, the son of the official photographer to the royal family of Ethiopia. He travels the world, has a French accent, and lives in Melbourne, Australia. He’s like a one-man United Nations. He’s an excellent photojournalist, and his Photoshop skills are stylish and cutting-edge. We learned a whole lot from […]

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