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Art Discovery Series Photography Talk at Celebration of Fine Art

On Friday, March 25, 2016 I will be one of 2 photographers talking about photography during the Celebration of Fine Art Fine Art Discovery Series in Scottsdale, AZ at 4pm.

6 photos went into creating this panoramic. The original 6 are shown straight from the camera with no adjustments.

6 photos went into creating this panoramic. The original 6 are shown straight from the camera with no adjustments.

Each Friday from 4-5pm patrons have enjoyed discovering the inspiration, techniques and stories behind the creation of art during the 10 week show. Enjoy wine, cheese and artistic dialog during this final presentation of the year.

6 photos went into creating this panoramic. The original 6 are shown straight from the camera with no adjustments.

6 photos went into creating this panoramic. The original 6 are shown straight from the camera with no adjustments.

In the talk I will be discussing the importance of post processing, whether there are any rules or limits to post processing, stories behind some of my photos, as well as discussing my favorite locations and ways of photographing them. Questions from the audience will be encouraged too!

The one-hour talk at Celebration of Fine Art begins at 4pm so be sure to get there early to reserve a seat! The 10-week Celebration of Fine Art closes for the 2016 year on Sunday, March 27 at 6pm.

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5 comments

  • Emily M. Randolph Photography March 25, 2016   Reply →

    Hoping to get there in time, Matt! Love to hear you speak about your work.

    • Matt Suess Fine Art Photography March 25, 2016   Reply →

      Awesome – hope you can make it in time!

    • Emily M Randolph March 25, 2016   Reply →

      Sorry, Matt!!! Hope it goes well. Darn.

    • Matt Suess Fine Art Photography March 26, 2016   Reply →

      It was a great talk – wish it could have gone 2 hours instead of just 1.

    • Emily M. Randolph Photography March 29, 2016   Reply →

      Matt Suess Fine Art Photography That’s great, Matt!

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