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Tucson Rodeo

This workshop includes Canon action class on panning, rear focus, and stop motion. Lunch, equipment loans, and a Pixma print to take home are also included. To register visit

Focus Check

Before you go out on your next shooting adventures be sure to come to this class to make sure your equipment is in tip top shape.

In this class we will have a short presentation talking about your camera focusing system and how to get good focus. After that is done we will test our cameras and lenses to make sure they can achieve the clarity we expect from our equipment.

What to bring with you:

• Camera Lenses you want to test
• Camera Instruction Manual
• Tripod

More information to come.


Join Travel Photographer Jerome Hamilton on a 2-country journey as you cross the border of Kenya into Tanzania while following the African Wildlife through the Masai Mara photographing 100’s and 1000’s of Wildebeests, Zebras, and Gazelle, along with many other animals crossing the river at key locations. Additionally, the safari will spend daily ventures looking for Africa’s Big 5 Game animals, the Lion, the Rhino, the Elephant, the Leopard, and the Cape Buffalo being one of the most feared!!

More information to come

Photograph the Yucatán Peninsula

Explore the Yucatan Peninsula visiting different towns, Mayan Ruins, and Jungle Cenotes every day!! We will take time to photograph small village windows and doorways with an understanding of how the locals live. We will walk through dense jungle to see the bright blue waters of the cenotes from above the ground and from under the surface. We will also visit many century old churches and haciendas along with visiting and photographing the towns people from the middle of the jungle to the edge of the Gulf of Mexico.

More information coming soon.

Cancun Worksohp 2017

Cancun Workshop is a glamour event that pinpoints helping photographers understand their equipment, teaching them to work with their

Wildlife Animal Shoot

Do you love photographing wildlife, but often find it frustrating because you don’t have the time and/or money required to find them in the wild? Do you also find zoo animals hard to photograph because of all the fences and unnatural surroundings? Having traveled the world to many exotic locations: It's expensive and often the wildlife opportunities can be very unreliable. The solution is to join us on a workshop to a respected game farm where well cared for animals are photographed in very natural surroundings with relatively short lenses. For our photography sessions with all the wildlife species, the most commonly used lens is a 70-200.
Join expert photographer Jerome Hamilton for an outstanding opportunity to learn and work with one of the best photographers/instructors around. This workshop is scheduled to take advantage of cool winter temperatures when the animals thick fur coats are at their prime and the snow makes a perfect backdrop.
Wildlife species may include, Siberian Tiger, Mountain Lion, Coyote, Artic Foxes, Snow Leopard, Wolves, Siberian Lynx, Red Foxes and much more.
Jerome is well known for his photographic expertise and his ability to teach and explain techniques in simple everyday language everyone understands.


2016 PSA Annual Conference - San Antonio, TX

Jerome Hamilton will be teaching Portraiture and Lighting at the PSA Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX. For more information and to sign up visit the PSA Website.

Tucson Rodeo

Jerome Hamilton will be teaching the popular Tucson Rodeo workshop, operated by Greg's Camera Shop, offering tips and access to high-power lenses to use with your camera, or with cameras provided by Canon. Staged in the Vaquero Club; lunch and parking included. Limited to 125 persons; reservations required. Call (800) 964-5662 or (520) 741-2233.

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