Thursday, May 22, 2008

Baltimore Camera Club Lecture and Memorial Day Workshop

Springtime along Hog Camp Branch, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Hello everyone,

It has been a very busy week. I have been stuck in my house prepping images and getting together lectures and presentations for summer workshops as well a processing images from this spring. All in all, I have had some great shoots in April and May and am very excited about this summer. The Shenandoah Workshop should be excellent this year with all the rain in the past couple of months. After that, I have a few local shoots lined up and then it is off to Mount Evans and Rocky Mountain National Park for a private location tour.

Tonight I will be speaking at the Baltimore Camera Club at 7:30. The BCC is a well known and prolific club here in Maryland. I am very excited to able to present to the group some of my work and talk about the creative process behind the making of the images.

The Memorial Day Workshop is of course this weekend, and I will probably spend the better part of Friday putting together images and lecture notes for the weekend. Then it is off to Vienna, Virgina to meet Corey, Bill and Mark for the opening night meet and greet.
Saturday and Sunday will be full of presentations and field sessions. I am sure to be completely worn out by Monday.

Look for the Mountain Trail Photo Portal site in early June. This site will feature the work of the Mountain Trail Press photographers. I will be busy at work next week getting images ready for Ian Plant and writing a few more articles for the launch of the site.

Look for a post on Monday w/ some work and stories from the weekend.


John Barclay said...

The Legend TS called me today and we had a nice chat. I told him how I was blown away with your stuff and he said "Joe is great!" I really do enjoy your blog and check each day for inspiration!

Joseph Rossbach said...

Hey John, Thanks for the kind words man. You are giving me a big head, ha, ha. Tony is great, and so are you. I visit both of your blogs at least 4 times a week for inspiration. We gotta meet up and do some shooting in the near future. Maybe a joint workshop in the Poconos. Talk to you soon, Joe.