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  • Posts By Brad Moore

    It’s time to start making great photos at the level you never thought was possible with Joe McNally’s newest tour. As one of the world’s top photographers, Joe will help you achieve that “ah-ha” moment in photography. This one-day seminar tour will not only teach you the start to finish process of what it takes to pull off a successful shoot, it will also inspire and challenge you in new ways. Your day will break down every step involved in picking a subject and assessing locations, then drive you straight into live shooting and all the important factors to consider. In just one day, you’ll finally arrive at the perfect moment when everything suddenly makes sense – that “moment it clicks.” It's coming to Orlando on August 21, and Miami on August 24! Leave a comment for your chance to win a FREE TICKET…

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