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Eyes of a Child - Photo by Dewitt Jones
"The eyes of a child. The innocence. The openness.
The possibilities. What greater gift?" D.J.

Do You Ever Question

Your Creativity?
"Creativity is not about being artistic, but about an attitude! An attitude that can change our perspective, invite limitless opportunities, and help us see the extraordinary."

Your Vision?
"When you're creating a vision for a photograph, your company or your life - Focus is always the key.”

Your Focus?
"It's amazing what you see when you slow down enough to really listen and look.  It's no use moving ahead until you have an idea where you are going."  

Your Perspective?
"Our perspective is what holds the key to whether the solution is ordinary or extraordinary."

"If we want TRULY EXTRAORDINARY VISION then have to continually expand your horizons, take risksIf we don’t push our edge we’ll never expand our view.. It’s not trespassing to go beyond your own boundaries."

Learn How
Out of his experiences in photographing for National Geographic, and beyond, Dewitt Jones has observed, and uses, metaphors for life, to explore and offer ways for living powerful, meaningful lives.

(The above quotes are abstracted from Dewitt Jones' training videos, stories and education from his photographic experiences - www.DewittJones.com)

Please Join Us
as

 

Sheila Finkelstein Interviews
National Geographic World Class Photojournalist
Dewitt Jones
on
Tuesday, January 11th
from 8:30 to 9:30 PM EDT

(See WORLD TIME to match the time in your geographic location)

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**"Does Your Camera Have Juice?" - A question asked by a five-year old boy
after using his toy camera on photo shoot he spontaneously did with Dewitt.


Call is Over
Response Was So Enthusiasitc, Dewitt Has Agreed
To Keeping The Recording Available Indefinitely

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for
Sheila's Interview with Dewitt

 

Photo of Donner Lake by Dewitt Jones

"Sometimes when we stand in nature, open as the new dawn. Everything
seems so simple. Remember that moment, that simplicity….all week long." D.J.

Open Up to New Perspectives
on
Viewing Your New Worlds
developing
Your Unique Vision
- Expanding Your Creativity

 

Dog in car photo by Dewitt Jones

"A Moment of Celebration for those who wait for
our return and simply love us for who we are." D.J.

Learn how, in an interview with Dewitt Jones, one of America’s top professional photographers, you too, with your camera, can connect with your own creativity and vision.

Dewitt's twenty years with National Geographic photographing stories around the globe has earned him the reputation as a world-class photojournalist. As a renowned lecturer with his best-selling training program Everyday Creativity.

On this call you will learn that "creativity is not about being artistic, but about an attitude! An attitude that can change our perspective, invite limitless opportunities, and help us see the extraordinary."



Please Send Me the Link
for
Sheila's Interview with Dewitt

 

Dewitt - Visual Banquet

"Every evening nature sets before us a visual banquet.
How often do we join her at the table?" D.J.

The above photos and quotes are from Dewitt Jones'
"Celebrate What's Right With the World" Gallery of Weekly Posts

AND,

an iPhone Photo

Dewitt Jones iPhoto photo of an agave plant

You will also have the opportunity to hear about some about the fun and creative ways Dewitt has been using his iPhone for photographing and "painting."


Yes, I want to Listen to Dewitt's Wisdom and
Learn More about How Photograpy
Can Contribute to My World


A further opportunity will be available for you
to
Nurture Yourself and
Explore Your Own Unique Eye
Reflected back at you



Little blue heron reflection

in a future


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