Presentation on Venice and Travel Photography by Jim Zuckerman

  • July 21, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • Lone Tree Civic Center

Join us in welcoming visiting photographer, Jim Zuckerman to the monthly presentation at the Lone Tree Photography Club.  Jim is a renown world traveler who guides photo tours to all corners of the earth.  His destinations include:  Burma, Thailand, Iceland, Turkey, Papua New Guinea, Chile, Indonesia, Mongolia, and Namibia.

He will be presenting his images of Carnival in Venice Italy.  Jim is a respected photo educator, and is the author of 20 books on a wide range of photographic subjects.  He has taught creative photography at many universities and private schools including UCLA and Kent State University. 

If you would like to learn more about Jim Zuckerman visit:

Jim Zuckerman's Blog

Better Photos Online Courses

Monthly Online Magazine Sample - be sure to sign up it's free!

Note: Jim doesn't get to Colorado very often so we also asked him to do a workshop on Saturday, July 19th.  This workshop is very limited in attendance due to space, so  if you are interested in expanding your Photoshop Creative skills, be sure to sign up now!  You can find the rsvp on the Front Range Meetup Group page.



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  • Sally B.

    Nice to see him, again

    July 25

  • Derald H.

    Outstanding. Very practical

    July 22

  • Derald H.

    Funny, I have been to Venice twice during summer months. I never thought about visiting during Carnival. It's good to be jogged out of your box.

    July 22

  • Derald H.

    Great. I was late, having trouble finding the address, but it was a great Meetup. I have been a photographer for 75 years and I still learned something. I think the 'Problem Solving' was my favorite.

    July 22

  • Bruce N.

    Very enjoyable and informative. Thanks!

    July 22

  • Tom

    Excellent presentation. Very clear and concise. Really liked a couple of his sections one was "if" and the other was "problem solving." I have been the photographer for a number of years. And there were many helpful points that I found helpful. Tom Roach
    PS. Really glad I went!

    1 · July 22

  • J Forrest H.

    Wonderful! Jim is different than I expected, very down-to-earth and yet you can tell he has a lot of fun staging his photographs, and doing composites. I really enjoyed both sessions.

    July 21

  • Dana

    Really enjoyed it. Thanks.

    July 21

  • Dana

    Great photos and tips. I want to get back into photography.

    July 21

  • Kelly C.

    Fantastic images and tips! This was a great presentation. Thanks to Jim for putting it together and making time for us.

    July 21

  • Cheryl F.

    Outstanding speaker and teacher. Thank you so much Him Zuckerman.

    July 21

  • Liz

    Excellent presentation! The Venice photos were stunning along with great insight and tips on technique and perspectives. The second half on problem solving various photographic situations was very invaluable. Thanks Jim for sharing your knowledge with us and a big thanks to Nona for arranging for Jim to do both the Seminar and the Presentation

    July 21

  • Brad C.

    So sorry for not showing up.... I was really looking forward to this meeting. I had some bad wings which forced me to stay home.....

    July 21

  • Bob C.

    My apologies for not showing up for this great opportunity as work to ally got away from me today and forgot to cancel

    July 21

  • Derald H.

    Is Venice still sinking? When I was there in 1967 some of the lower streets were under water.

    July 6

    • Craig L.

      Venice has been "sinking" since the 1600's. Technically, it's "subsidence" or acqua alta. I'm sure that Jim will address it. There's more on Wikipedia, of course.

      July 6

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