Photographer’s Reset and Reinvent – Dublin

 A speaker luncheon with fine art, portrait photographer Paolo

Lunch, Learning and Power Conversations!

Hear a short program, then we’ll have an interactive discussion about the issues important to YOU!

Paolo will present a 30 minute talk on how photographers can reset for the new economy and new photographic industry. Bring a notebook and your appetite. Be ready for some questions and answers.

What direction is your photography going?

Come in and find out; after all, it is your business.

Time: noon – 2 pm LUNCH is FREE FOR PPGBA MEMBERS

Meeting Location: BJ’s Restaurant, 3620 Fallon Rd. Dublin, CA

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Price: $20.00 /per person

PPGBA Members who pre-register/pay and attend, will receive a refund of your admission, YES a free lunch! 

 

About the Speaker – Paolo Salcido

A fine art documentary photographer who studies the graphics in everyday things. People, places and things motivate his work whether it is light or shadows to shape the form and graphics of my images. Sometimes it’s the urban streets or countryside; where something may look ordinary, contemporary or aged, its texture and light attracts his attention.

Passion is what drives him to pick up the camera at an inconvenient moment to get the shot, somehow pressing the shutter will override his sensibilities and permissions at times. Paolo’s passion doesn’t waver with a camera in hand, so when opportunity presents itself to push the shutter, he doesn’t hesitate.

Most people will take away something when they are exposed to a Paolo image. Something in their soul or spirit will connect and be touched to look deeper into their own being that will penetrate the truth of their own essence. He wants to expose the viewer to a story that needs to be told of the human spirit and truth, where images are part of storytelling, capturing the human experience as it’s fulfilled and grows. They’re stories of humans creating, serving, living or consuming.

Paolo has traveled around the world to Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe, and North America to capture many of his photographs and has been a photographer since he was 14 years old through his school years and formal education.

Paolo has had his studio since 1980, starting as an advertising/commercial specialist, then transitioned to a fine art portrait photographer and now recently reset as a fine art photographer. He received his Photographic and Fine Arts Design Degree at De Anza College, with additional professional photography training at West Coast School of Professional Photography at USD, UCSD and Golden Gate School of Professional Photography and received his Business Marketing Certificate from San Jose State University.