ASPP MEMBERS | Robert Potter III
Guanajuato Photo Excursion
Robert Potter III will be leading a personalized photo excursion to Guanajuato Mexico from February 7–13, 2016. This week long event will include the chance to take excellent photographs, explore new ideas and re-energize your passion for photography. It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned pro with high caliber equipment or an amateur with a prosumer, point-and-shoot or mobile phone camera as all levels of experience are welcome and encouraged to join.
Potter will enlist the expertise of a resident who knows the city well. The guide will also provide translations and recommend places where locals go for favorite cuisines and entertainment. Meals are reasonably priced for under $10 and bed & breakfast accommodations run about $490 per week for a suite that sleeps two to four people.
Location: Traditional Old World European/Spanish City in the mountains of Mexico.
Price: $985 per student (price does not include transportation, room or board).
Special Discount: Sign up with a friend and get 10% OFF tuition when you pay together.
Class Size Limits: Minimum of 3 students must sign up for this class to happen.
Prerequisite: Valid Passport. Age 18 and up or accompanied by guardian.
Potter School of Photography Autumn/Winter 2015 Class Schedule:
October 31, 2015 Saturday 6PM – Midnight
Master Class – Live Theatre Performance shoot at Kiss Kiss Cabaret – Halloween Show
November 7th, 2015, Saturday Noon – 3PM
Photo Safari – Lincoln Park Conservatory
November 21st 2015, Saturday Possibly 4AM – Noon
Photo Excursion – Everglades National Park
This Excursion is still in the planing stages. Please express an interest and it may be planed around you!
December 13th 2015 Sunday 6PM – 9PM
Photo Safari – Nite photos Xmas In Chicago
For more information on these classes, please visit Potter School of Photography.
About Robert Potter III: Trained at Culver Military Academy, schooled in the arts at Interlochen Arts Academy, taught journalistic photography at Life magazine and energized by ten years of improvisation while working as The Second City’s Photographer. Robert also serves the photography community on the Midwest board of directors of ASPP. To see many of Robert’s images, visit his website.