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ArtC, Richard Stockton College and Noyes Museum Team Up for Two-Day Photography Workshops April 4-5

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

ArtC, the headquarters for the arts in southern New Jersey, is teaming with the Noyes Museum of Art and the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey to present a series of photography workshops featuring keynote presenters John Russo and Seth Resnick.

Discover the secrets of commercial photography success and learn new techniques in composition, lighting, editing and more, with the best and brightest photographers of all levels from all over the region.

Seth Resnick

Seth Resnick

The workshops will take place at Stockton’s brand new Campus Center on Wednesday and Thursday, April 4-5. Go here for a schedule of events or call the Noyes Museum of Art at (609) 652-8848 to reserve tickets.

John Russo is among Hollywood’s most sought-after photographers. He has trained his lens on giants such as Jeff Bridges, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Will Smith, Sophia Loren and many others. His images are often seen on the covers of top magazines. He has two books of portraits, About Face and 100 Making a Difference. A native of Ventnor, he is a graduate of the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and lives in Beverly Hills and Montecito, Calif.

John Russo

John Russo

Seth Resnick is one of North America’s most respected photographers. His work been published in 2,500 prestigious publications, including National Geographic. A co-founder of D-65, the educational resource for digital photography, he also consults to manufacturers, software developers and agencies. He is a Photo District News Most Influential Photographer, a Canon Explorer of Light, a member of X-rite Colorati and a consultant to Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. He teaches and lectures around the world.

There will also be a special meet-and-greet at 8 pm, after Resnick’s presentation. The fee is $10 and includes coffee, soft drinks and desserts, and it should draw an interesting mix of photographers, artists and students.