(Update 2/17/2018: The Event Is On For Tomorrow – See You There!)


“The panAFRICAproject… and more!”


with Lou Jones

(Sunday, February 18th)


The Shooters Gallery Photography Group is excited to be welcoming back professional photographer, Lou Jones. Lou lectures and teaches workshops all over the world, in addition to maintaining a studio in Boston, Massachusetts.

During this entertaining and educational 3-hour seminar, he will speak about several of his major long-term photography “projects”… both past and present.

Lou has spent months in Africa documenting it’s inner workings for the panAFRICAproject, creating a contemporary, visual portrait of modern Africa. Along with sharing his amazing images, he will talk about his photographic and personal experiences while undertaking this massive project.

Lou will also be presenting a segment on the Downtown Crossing Project in Boston, sharing a different aspect of this assignment that has been ongoing since 2013.

Photographing the Olympic Games was another highlight of Lou Jones’ career. He photographed twelve successive Olympic Games, and will share his experiences and the challenges he faced.

Lou will be combining these long term projects with:
1) How to stay relevant in the ever changing world of commercial, documentary & fine art photography
2) How technology & social media has changed things
3) The power of photography as the “universal language” worldwide
4) How cameras & equipment constantly helps & hinders photographers progress

Please join us for this great event!


Date: Sunday, February 18, 2018
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Location: Salem Gardner Lake Fire Company (Directions)
Fee: Shooters Gallery Members: FREE
Non-Members: $5.00

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(If There Is A Postponement Due To Bad Weather It Will Be Posted At The Top Of This Page And On Our Facebook Page)


Lou Jones


Lou Jones’ eclectic career has evolved from commercial to the personal. It has spanned every format, film type, artistic movement and technological change.  He maintains a studio in Boston, Massachusetts and has photographed for Fortune 500 corporations, international companies and local small businesses including Federal Express, Nike and the Barr Foundation; completed assignments for magazines and publishers all over the world such as Time/Life, National Geographic and Paris Match; initiated long term projects on the civilwars in Central America, death row, Olympics Games and pregnancy; and published multiple books.

For his photography, Jones has been awarded many accolades from organizations like Communication Arts Magazine, Art Directors Club of Boston, Travel Photographer of the Year and International Photographic Council (United Nations). Nikon recognizes Jones as a “Legend Behind the Lens” and Lowepro has honored him as a “Champion”.

Jones has exhibited his eclectic imagery in colleges and schools such as Trinity College, Texas Tech University and New England College, and in collections at the Smithsonian Institution, DeCordova Museum and the African American Museum in Philadelphia. His photography is owned by various collections including the Fogg Museum, Wellesley College and the University of Texas.

In addition, Jones lectures and teaches workshops all over the world, including at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City, the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University, New England Camera Club Council’s annual conference, and Estúdio Brasil in Sao Paulo, Brazil.