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The Capture!PhotoCon2018 Schedule will be updated regularly with any adjustments to class locations & sessions!  Be sure to save the schedule link on your smartphone.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  You’re encouraged to create a personal schedule for your planning and reference during the conference, and to receive relevant, event notifications.  This will also help conference administration to see which classes may need to be moved to a larger room to accommodate greater interest.   However; schedules are not being used to hold or otherwise guarantee attendee seats for this event.

Now, get your camera gear and your notepads ready to take in a value-packed weekend of essential insights from over 30 of the most talented, experienced and up and coming artists in the Southwest!  

Thanks for making Capture!PhotoCon2018 so AWESOME!!
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Larry Pollock

Phoenix, AZ
Larry is a professional product and event photographer.

Having been a landscape photographer in his teens and twenties, shooting film back in the day. Being away from photography for nearly 30 years he joined the digital revolution in 2007.

Since then he has acquired a broad set of skills from shooting at night, studio work, event photography, concert photography as well as product photography. Most of the income has come from product photography. Including shooting 3000 images for Spence Diamonds in Canada. The largest retailer. Since then he has shot images for many companies from bone screws to golf equipment. He was even hired to photography Mick Fleetwood, of Fleetwood Mac, at his gallery show in Scottsdale.

He has been teaching workshops in Parkwood Studios in Phoenix in everything from splash images for products to Film Noir studio lighting and has been a guest instructor at Phoenix College.

Other notable moments:

A Milky Way shot sold to National Geographic for an article on the dark skies of Sedona.

A bracketed image of Cathedral Rocks used to represent NIK Software’s HDR Efex Pro and it will be used by DXO, the new owners of the software.

As a perpetual student of the craft he continues to learn, improve and grow as a photographer