David Hobby and Joe McNally Flash Bus Tour 2011

January 26th, 2011

Wow, I noticed today that David Hobby announced a fantastic sounding workshop tour of 29 cities that David is doing with Joe McNally starting in Seattle on 3/11 and ending in St Louis on 4/18. The tour will be in 29 US cities. Sounds awesome!

Here is the tour website that has all the details. Looks like the cost is $99.95  and David will teach manual flash methods for half the day and Joe will teach TTL for the other half day. This looks like a great opportunity to get some great insights into the small flash shooting from the point of view of both manual and TTL.

Also appears that that registration will be open here on Jan 31, 9AM EST. I’ll bet this tour will sell out in many cities. Better signup early!

I’m going to go to the workshop in Portland, OR for sure on Sat, 3/12! See you Oregon folks there.

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7 Responses to “David Hobby and Joe McNally Flash Bus Tour 2011”

  • I think I am going to go to the Seattle one. Pending I am not out of town that weekend visiting Family.

  • Although they are hitting my town, I am thinking of going to the Portland one. It’s earlier, and it’s more fun doing photography in another town! Plus, there are all sorts of folks to visit there. And I probably should attend the one locally as well… you know, to see if they’ve gotten any better or not. Oh heck. Maybe I’ll do the tour, too!! 🙂

  • This has been spreading like wildfire across the net. I can’t believe how exciting it is to see these guys come to all these cities. Can’t wait to meet them! Coup De Gras would be a follow on seminar by Scott Hargis within driving distance. Life is good in Indiana.

  • Looking forward to the Atlanta event!

  • I am planning on attending the Nashville one

  • Stumbled across this one and was more than happy to sign up for the LA stop. Both of these guys are truly genuine & excellent.

  • It was a great workshop (I caught them here in Portland, OR) — not exactly applicable to real estate photography — but still good nevertheless.

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