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Film is Not Dead: San Francisco

Jonathan Canlas announced some exciting news this week. Remember last November when we went to Hawaii for the Film is not Dead photography workshop? Well the next workshop has been announced and it will be held here in the beautiful city of San Francisco this summer in July. Even better, the classroom portions will be held in our new art studio in the Mission. There are only good things to say about this workshop, if you have the chance to take it I highly recommend it. Jonathan is so open about everything during the workshop and everyone who takes the workshop comes back with rave reviews (including Paul.) Go check out the fancy new website for more information.

{p.s.: Jonathan took our family photos this summer see here.}


  1. Paul Ferney

    February 4, 2009

    This workshop was just a lot of fun. Jon was great. The other attendees were great. And I feel like I learned a lot.

  2. mesh and lace

    February 4, 2009

    awwww, man, and another reason i should have moved to San Francisco last year. :(

    -Amanda
    http://meshandlace.typepad.com

  3. robin k

    February 4, 2009

    Wonderful news, Jordan!

  4. Amanda

    February 4, 2009

    Any idea when you’ll start offering letterpress classes, lovely Jordan? I would hop on a nairiplane to come take one.

  5. Tonia Conger

    February 4, 2009

    is it appropriate for beginners?

  6. Jonathan Canlas

    February 4, 2009

    Tonia, it is really for any skill level. The spectrum is pretty wide in the attendees. There are some who are just starting out, and some who are already completely established. The one thing I make sure of though is that EVERYONE, no matter what the skill level, understands everything we go over. I don’t move forward until everyone’s light bulb is on :).

    Hope that helps!

  7. Tonia Conger

    February 5, 2009

    Thanks for the explanation Jonathan! I have a point and shoot camera right now but really want to get a better set up…one that can make my memories a bit more artful.
    I know cameras are very much a matter of taste, but if you have any recommendations. I’d like to get a camera and at least one lens while managing to spend $2k or less.

  8. Jonathan Canlas

    February 12, 2009

    you can purchase cameras i shoot at every wedding, body + lens for $400 or less :)

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