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publishing seminar


A seminar about getting your photographs into print

"Putting Pictures on Pages" running order and approximate times:

7.00pm Peter Hyatt
8.00pm Philippe Ruttens
9.00pm Richard Everist

Something for everyone who dreams of having their pictures published. Three highly experienced and respected presenters will take the audience through their own particular area of expertise in the field of photographic publishing.

This seminar follows on from the Book Fair, which will run during the day at the Town Hall

Where Daylesford Town Hall 76 Vincent Street Daylesford
When Friday June 24th 7pm - 10 pm
Entry $ 25 [$20 concession & DFB subscribers]
Disabled access
Bookings [03] 5348 5703, from the info caravan, or tickets at the door

The Speakers

Richard Everist started work with Lonely Planet as an editor and promotions person in 1985 when there were 12 people in the company. He left in 2000 when there were over 500. Over the time he was at Lonely Planet Richards roles ranged from Marketing Manager to Author to Global Publisher. He co-authored guidebooks to Nepal, South Africa, Papua New Guinea, West Asia and Britain and was the Global Publisher from 1995 to 2000.

Since leaving Lonely Planet Richard has been involved with a variety of internet and print publishing projects, many of them involving travel, and he was the CEO for Peregrine Adventures, an adventure travel company. He left Peregrine at the beginning of 2004 and with his wife Lucrezia, and three children escaped to Torquay and started Best Shot! Publications.

Peter Hyatt is Australias leading architecture and design photo-journalist.
His books include "Local Heroes - Architects of Australias Sunshine Coast" (Craftsman House/ Thames and Hudson. 1998), "The Games Show Australia 2000" (Hyatt and Assoc.) and "Great Glass
Buildings - 50 Modern Classics" (Images 2004).
He is founding editor/photographer of Steel Profile magazine and founding editor/photographer of Vision magazine.
His photography and reviews appear regularly in INDesign magazine and numerous design related media.

Philippe Ruttens is a Sydney-based professional photographer (more on and editor of Capture (Australias leading pro photography magazine). He has been serving his commercial/media clients by combining a unique 13-year experience in marketing, photography and publishing both in Europe and Australia .

Philippe will talk about the business side of photography. including the editorial market, working as a pro photographer/writer and getting your work published

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DFB 05 SILVER PASS: admits holder to *all DFB 05 seminars.

Silver pass price $145 [$115 concession and DFB subscribers] 10% earlybird discount if purchased before June 1st 2005.

Silver pass puchases and all other seminar tickets may be booked prior on [03] 5348 5703, , from the info caravan or purchased at the door.

Pay by cash, cheque, postal order or credit card. Please make cheques and postal orders payable to daylesford Foto Biennale

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