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englishm

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Sam Abell seminar
« on: March 21, 2005, 01:29:40 PM »

Abell's style is difficult to put into words... wonderful sensitivity to light... graphically rich images with at times profound story-telling content.

He has published a couple of books (that I know of at least) "Stay this Moment" is the only title I recall.  Unfortunately it is out of print.

He also runs a class at the Santa Fe Workshops, called "The Next Step" (or words to that effect, which I understand is quite popular.

Frankly, if Sam Abell were to appear in my neck of the woods, I would jump at the chance to hear him speak.
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« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2005, 09:26:32 PM »

Sam Abell (National Geographic, photojournalism) is presenting an advanced seminar locally. Could anyone clue me in as to his background and approach?
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« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2005, 06:18:42 PM »

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Abell's style is difficult to put into words... wonderful sensitivity to light... graphically rich images with at times profound story-telling content.

He has published a couple of books (that I know of at least) "Stay this Moment" is the only title I recall.  Unfortunately it is out of print.

He also runs a class at the Santa Fe Workshops, called "The Next Step" (or words to that effect, which I understand is quite popular.

Frankly, if Sam Abell were to appear in my neck of the woods, I would jump at the chance to hear him speak.
Thanks for the response, englishm.
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