Welcome!

Join us in May!

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…for two days of creativity!

In-camera techniques; post-processing (textures, Topaz, compositing and more);

iPhoneography; Lens Babies and much more!

May 20-21, 2017

 

Our awesome lineup of creative speakers includes:

Tony Sweet, Nikon Legend Behind the Lens – Maryland 

Kelli DeWaal – New York

Gerri Jones – New York

Linda Szabo – Massachusetts

Suz & Michael Karchmer – Cape Cod, MA

and me, Hazel Meredith, APSA, MNEC – Connecticut

 

The Conference in centrally located in New England at the beautiful Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center (between I-90 & I-84) in Southbridge, MA. The hotel itself has many great photo ops that we will be taking advantage of. It was built inside an old eyeglass factory, but is quite modern with state-of-the-art technology throughout! They’ve blended the best of the old with the most modern, beautiful decor and rooms!

 

Conference price includes:

Lunch both days, refreshments in the mornings, all seminars, photo ops, speaker notes, door prizes and other goodies! There will also be vendor tables for your shopping pleasure. Saturday night we will have an informal gathering so you can talk to the speakers and ask more questions.

Just $225 for all of the above!

SIGN UP IN OUR WEB STORE – CLICK ON THE LINK TO THE PEACOCK STUDIO SHOP
 
We have a block of rooms reserved at the rate of $129 per night. To get this special pricing, you must call (508) 765-8000 and specify the “Meredith Images” room block. Rate is guaranteed until April 20th, but may sell out sooner, so don’t wait!
The Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center is conveniently locatd in Southbridge, MA, less than an hour from Boston, Springfield, Hartford or Providence. Located close to I-84, I-90 and a short distance from I-395. 14 Mechanic Street, Southbridge, MA, www.southbridgehotel.com

Staircase              

The beautiful marble staircase in what was the old executive office area of the company.

Even the “do not disturb” signs reflect the building’s background.

Do Not Disturb Sign 

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My goal is to help you “Take & Make Great Photographs” by sharing my tips, techniques and knowledge,
as well as giving you the tools to bring your artistic visions to life.
I’m so glad you are giving me the opportunity to share in your photographic journey!