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For many years, Lou Jones has been one of Boston's leading photographers. He specializes in location photography for corporate, advertising & editorial clients like IBM, Major League Baseball, Federal Express, National Geographic and Nike. His assignments have taken him to Europe, South America, Africa, the Far East and 47 of 50 states. He has photographed headhunters in Borneo and guerrillas in Central America, flown upside down with aerobatic pilots, skulked around opium dens in Singapore, sailed on tall ships and aircraft carriers and he's photographed twelve successive Olympic Games. Lou images have been exhibited widely, including the Smithsonian, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and NYC's Cooper Hewitt Museum. One of the elite "Nikon Legends Behind the Lens," Lou has published three books: Final Exposure: Portraits from Death Row (a six-year odyssey documenting men and women on death rows in the U.S.); travel+PHOTOGRAPHY: Off the Charts; and Speedlights and Speedlites: Creative Flash Photography at Lightspeed.
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To contact an individual, please remove the extra spaces we inserted. "I learned more in Lou's workshop than in any other I ever attended. Lou was very good at explaining, very patient and had a good number of new techniques to teach us. In addition, he is a wonderful person, I hope to take other seminars with him again!" - Theresa R. (atrodrig @ optonline.net)

"Lou is a bright, astute, talented photographer who provided us with a wealth of knowledge and an extraordinary weekend photographic experience. I consider myself among the more experienced amateur photographers and gained new insights and perspectives, but readily noted his patience and communication with individuals relatively new to photography." - Arnold D. (aderman1 @ gmail.com)