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Lexar announce Photography Lessons and Insights at PhotoPlus Expo in New York City


Today, Lexar announced that acclaimed professional photographers Jay Dickman, David Honl and Vincent Laforet will be giving presentations for attendees at PhotoPlus Expo in the Lexar booth (#450). Each presentation will offer valuable tips, tricks and techniques and provide insight into each pro's photographic style.


Press release:

Lexar Elite Photographers to Present Photography Lessons and Insights at PhotoPlus Expo in New York City
Renowned Photographers Jay Dickman, David Honl, and Vincent Laforet Will Share Tips and Techniques for Capturing Great Images and Videos at the Lexar Booth

Multimedia Elements:
    •    Lexar Digital Photography Website
    •    Jay Dickman's Portfolio (Images)
    •    David Honl's Portfolio (Images)
    •    Vincent Laforet's Portfolio (Images)
FREMONT, Calif., Oct. 26, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lexar, a leading global brand of flash memory products, today announced that Lexar Elite Photographers Jay Dickman, David Honl, and Vincent Laforet will share their extensive digital imaging expertise and portfolios, as well as their capture tips and techniques, with visitors at the Lexar booth (#450) at PhotoPlus Expo 2011, taking place October 27-29 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.
In addition, Lexar will also be demonstrating how photographers can spend more time capturing images and less time editing in the studio by using a suite of Lexar memory cards and readers, as well as Crucial® memory and SSD solutions.
"PhotoPlus Expo is one of the most highly anticipated events for the professional and photography enthusiast community each year," said Manisha Sharma, director of product marketing for cards, Lexar. "The three Lexar Elite Photographers will offer attendees valuable tips and techniques to help improve their capture and image management skills, enabling them to spend more time creating and less time waiting."
Each of these top shooters depends on Lexar Professional Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC™) and CompactFlash® (CF) memory cards and card readers to continuously and confidently capture images and improve workflow efficiency.
    •    Jay Dickman's celebrated style of photography encompasses historical events and cities around the world, and he is recognized worldwide for his nature photo work. Dickman will be discussing how to tell your photographic story and keep your audiences engaged.
    •    David Honl is tireless in his photographic efforts, with a body of work that spans the globe and includes groundbreaking images from Iraq, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, and Turkey. Honl will be speaking on how to pack light when photographing in the world's most dangerous places.
    •    Vincent Laforet is a director and Pulitzer Prize–winning photographer who is known for his forward-thinking approach to image-making and storytelling. Laforet's presentations will encompass his experiences as an award-winning photojournalist and his work in aerial photography.
The Lexar Elite Photographers will share their portfolios and tips for various levels of photographers at the Lexar booth between 10:30 am and 4 pm each day. The full schedule of presentations is as follows:
    •    Thursday, October 27
    •    10:30-11:00am: Vincent Laforet
    •    1:30-2:00pm: David Honl
    •    3:30-4:00pm: Jay Dickman
    •    Friday, October 28
    •    11:00-11:30am: Jay Dickman
    •    1:30-2:00pm: David Honl
    •    3:00-3:30pm: Vincent Laforet
    •    Saturday, October 29
    •    10:30-11:00am: Vincent Laforet
    •    1:00-1:30pm: Jay Dickman
    •    2:00-2:30pm: David Honl
Designed for professionals in the photographic and imaging industries, PhotoPlus Expo showcases the latest advances in photography. Held annually at the Javits Center, attendees have the opportunity to explore an inspiring array of photography and imaging products and services – everything from image capture and color management to retouching and storage – all from the industry's leading manufacturers.

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