A five-day workshop covering the fundamentals of sports portraits photography with DSLR camera equipments, speed-lights and strobes with photographer Joe McNally.
Based in New York, US, McNally is an American photographer who has been shooting for the National Geographic Society since 1987. From 1994 until 1998, McNally was LIFE magazine’s staff photographer. He has also contributed for the National Geographic magazine for 20 years. In addition, McNally has shot cover stories for Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek, Geo, Fortune, New York, Business Week, and Men’s Journal, among others. McNally’s advertising, marketing and promotional work includes FedEx, Nikon, Sony, Land’s End, General Electric, MetLife, Bogen, Adidas, Kelby Media Group, Wildlife Conservation Society, Epson, and American Ballet Theatre. McNally has been described by American Photo magazine as perhaps the most versatile photojournalist working today and was listed as one of the hundred most important people in photography.In January 1999, Kodak and Photo District News honoured McNally by inducting him into their Legends Online archive. In 2001, Nikon bestowed a similar honour when McNally was placed on NikonNet.com’s list of Legends Behind the Lens.He has received the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for magazine photography and has been honoured by Pictures of the Year International, World Press Photo, and the Art Directors Club. He has also been recognised by the magazines Photo District News, American Photo, Applied Arts magazine, Communication Arts, and Graphis Inc.
Date: 15 – 19 December 2013
Time: 8 am – 6 pm
Location: Visual Arts Center, Building 19