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Arthur H. Bleich

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Rangefinder Magazine

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Santa Monica, California,90406

United States

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Arthur H. Bleich, editor at Rangefinder
...photographers have not only been beating down his door, but they have encouraged him to expand his line.


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The People V. the Optometrist, by Arthur Bleich, Rangefinder Magazine for Professional Photographers, January 2010


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The People V. the Optometrist," by Arthur Bleich, Rangefinder Magazine for Professional Photographers, January 2010


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Arthur H. Bleich editor at Rangefinder
...photographers have not only been beating down his door, but they have encouraged him to expand his line.


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the 10th Annual Digital Photography Workshop Cruise, embarking from Tahiti on April 16, 2011, will be conducted by Arthur Bleich, professional photographer and educator, along with Adrian Coakley, Illustrations Editor at National Geographic, and Tim McKenna, renowned outdoors photographer who has shot editorial and advertising images in French Polynesia for more than 15 years.
Bleich has always been interested in a workshop in the South Pacific, but the logistics seemed daunting. "Our attendees are adventurous and talented, but roughing it isn't their style. this is the perfect solution. after a challenging day of shooting, they can return to the m/s Paul Gauguin and unwind in luxurious surroundings. Each attendee and companion will receive a $500 shipboard credit good for shore excursions, gift purchases, diving lessons, spa treatments and more." The workshop's professional instructors have impressive backgrounds. Bleich has photographed for major magazines, was the official photographer for an Antarctic expedition and is a contributing editor at Rangefinder, the leading U.S. professional photography magazine. Coakley's books at National Geographic have won international acclaim, and he is known for his impeccable taste in images. "In the past, this has been the most enjoyable and valuable part of the workshop," says Bleich. "You'd be surprised at how quickly you can improve as a photographer when professionals give you instant feedback. During the four days the ship is at sea, there will be lectures and demonstrations on technical and esthetic subjects. toward the end of the cruise, all passengers aboard will be invited to a presentation at which the best pictures that have been shot will be shown. Attendees enrolled in previous workshop cruises have had their images published in magazines, on web sites and exhibited in shows. "Over the years we've developed some unique techniques to teach photographers to quickly grasp the key elements of 'seeing' which results in great pictures," explains Bleich.


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