Saturday, November 14,  2020  
Due to COVID-19, this year’s conference will be held online. 

Keynote Speaker:
Brooks Jensen from LensWork Magazine

Join LensWork Magazine Editor and Publisher Brooks Jensen for two live presentations:

  • Those Who Inspire Me and Why
  • Beyond the Print: Photography Off the Wall (Small projects with multiple photos)

The 2020 Virtual NWCCC Conference on November 14 will include:

  • Two Live Presentations with Q & A by Brooks Jensen using Zoom
  • Digital Competition Award Ceremony
    (to enter, see:
  • Access to Video Library of all Instructor Classes Through December 31

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About Brooks Jensen

Brooks Jensen is a fine-art photographer, publisher, workshop teacher, and writer. He and his wife (Maureen Gallagher) are the owners, co-founders, editors, and publishers of the award-winning LensWork, one of today’s most respected and important periodicals in fine art photography. With subscribers in 72 countries, Brooks’ impact on fine art photography is truly world-wide. His long-running podcast on photography and the creative process is heard over the Internet by thousands every day.

LensWork Publishing is also at the leading edge in multimedia and digital media publishing with LensWork Extended — a PDF-based, media-rich expanded version of the magazine. Brooks’ personal work can be seen in his on-going series, Kokoro, a PDF-based, downloadable periodical.

Brooks Jensen is the author of ten best-selling books on photography and creativity: Looking at Images, The Creative Life in Photography, Letting Go of the Camera, the three-volume set Single Exposures: Random Observations on Art, Photography and Creativity. His most recent books are Photography, Art, & Media; The Best of the LensWork Interviews, and  Seeing in SIXES (three volumes published in 2016, 2017, and 2018). A monograph of his work was published in 2012 titled Made of Steel. His newest books will be Those Who Inspire Me (and Why) as well as a second volume of Looking at Images to be released in the fall of 2019.

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