TCACCC Spring Break Photography Seminar at DCTC

Published on: March 3, 2017

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The Twin Cities Area Council of Camera Clubs (TCACCC) is bringing the Spring Break 2017 Photography Seminar to DCTC on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Doors open for check in at 7:15 a.m. and the event will run from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. There will be no registration at the door, so be sure to pre-register now. Lunch will be provided.

As an added incentive, the DCTC Photons Club will be covering the $15 student registration fee for the first 15 current DCTC students that get their names on the Photons Club sign up sheet in Room 1-106.

When: Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Where: Dakota County Technical College

Registration: Online at

Cost: $40 for non-students; $15 for students

Entry: Park in the West Parking Lot and enter through the West Atrium


There will be a great slate of presenters at the seminar. Here’s the list of confirmed presenters and sessions:

  • Darrell Tangen: DSLR Video. Session at 8:20
  • John Gregor: Going Mirrorless Fujifilm X-T2. Session at 8:20.
  • John Pennoyer: Light on the Landscape. Session at 8:20.
  • Mike Fuerst: Street Photography. Session at 8:20
  • Don Tredinnick: Macro Photography
  • Rikk Flohr: Adobe
  • Lisa Asp: Pet Photography
  • Michelle Terrell:  Night Sky Photography. Session at 11:00.
  • Eric Mueller: Why Your iPhone Is Better Than Your DSLR.
  • John Anderson: Bearing Witness at Standing Rock.
  • John Anderson: Shooting the Powderhorn 365.
  • John Gross: How To Improve Photos.

Photo Opportunities

  • Live studio photography with instructors and models during the day
  • Dave Johnson will lead a portrait shoot at Holz Farm in Eagan, starting at 4:15 p.m.
  • Don Tredinnick will lead a nature shoot at Whitetail Park, a new park in Dakota County with sunset photo opportunities, weather permitting, starting at 4:15 p.m.


Many vendors will be showing their wares at Spring Break 2017.

CloseUp Images
Cold Snap
Fleeting Glimpse
Fusion Photo Gear
Minneapolis Photography Center
Minnesota Wildlife Connection
National Camera Exchange & Video
Northwest Camera
Paint Addict Studios
Tamron USA
West Photo

Visit the TCACCC Spring Break 2017 Seminar page for more information!

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