Denver PUG on June 10th with Denis Reggie

Pictage and I have been working hard on having a great line up of speakers this year.  I am so happy to announce that we have a very special guest, Denis Reggie, joining us at the June PUG!!!

Info: This event is FREE and open to all professional photographers we just ask that you RSVP at https://pictage.wufoo.com/forms/r7x3s5/.  If you aren’t a Pictage member just leave the studio ID blank.

Date: June 10, 2009

Time: 6:00 – 6:30 – mingle and enjoy snacks and beverages
6:30 – call meeting to order and brief intro (Katie Van Buren)
6:40– 8:00ish Denis Reggie
8:00 – 8:15 pm questions, wrap up etc.

Location: South metro Denver Chamber of Commerce
6840 South University Blvd.
Centennial, CO 80122

Denis ReggieThis very special PUG gathering features Denis Reggie up close and personal as he shares favorite images and stories from behind the scenes. He will detail his techniques, offer industry insights, and answer questions in a casual, living room style format. This is a Canon Explorer of Light event and is open to all working and aspiring wedding photographers.

 

Who is Denis Reggie?

Denis Reggie is the nationally renowned celebrity and society wedding photographer proclaimed “the finest wedding photographer of his generation.” He defined the genre and coined the phrase wedding photojournalism in 1980, transforming the look of wedding photography throughout the world. Since 1976, Denis Reggie and his exclusive team of hand-picked photojournalists have covered over 1,700 weddings in the documentary style he pioneered. Assignments are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

He artistically documents the essence of the event without posing, prompting or fictionalizing events. His photographs are sensitive and spontaneous – often with a lighthearted edge – and go beyond common, staged wedding portraits and simplistic “look here and smile” imagery. He is known for his keen ability to photograph an event while remaining inconspicuous, anticipating and following the action rather than leading.

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