Creativity panel discussion at the Fanfaire '07

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  1. Robert Brummitt

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    Photographer John Wimberley will host a panel discussion by five prominent
    photographic artists: Jerry Wolfe, Stu Levy, Martha Casanave, Lorraine
    Richey and David Lorenz Winston. The panel will examine in detail the role
    of creativity in modern photography, how to facilitate and maximize
    creativity and how to deal with creative blocks. This is a rare opportunity
    to hear experienced, established photographic artists share their personal
    perspectives on this supremely important subject.

    John Wimberley has been called "One of America's finest living landscape
    photographers." He has spent more than 40 years experiencing and studying
    creativity in the context of photography. His work is represented in more
    than 500 public and private collections worldwide.
    www.portlandphotographersforum.org for more information.
     

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    I wish I could be there. Do you know if there are plans to record the panel discussion (audio or written)?
     
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    Hello Ian.
    I know that John is going to tape the discussion and then transribe it for a possible article for publishing or sharing it on his website, www.johnwimberleyphotography.com.
    I will also see about taping it as well.
    Hope this helps.
     
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    Thanks Robert, I'll look out for it.