Date and Time
Thursday, August 8, 2019
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Located at the Fresno County Historical Museum at the Fresno County Fairgrounds
1121 S. Chance Ave
Fresno CA 93702
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If you have ever been to the Fresno County Historical Museum at the Fairgrounds, you will understand. If you haven’t, you will fall in love with this local treasure that was lovingly put together by Fresno’s biggest fans, and the pillars of our community.
The Fresno County Historical Museum is a source of pride for all Fresnans, but it has to be seen to be appreciated ( https://www.fresnofair.com/p/education/museums/fresno-county-historical-museum ).
Sigma will be present to loan out lenses for the evening. You will want to try different lenses to capture the unique photo opportunities that the museum displays will have to offer.
We challenge you to take photos of items around the museum!
There is an old Mercantile set up with real items from the past. There are artifacts from the Fresno Police Department, Fire Department, Native Americans, cultural groups that make up our population, motorcycles, sports items, and so much more. Expand your photography! Use our lenses and our lighting to get images that you would not normally think to photograph!
Horn Photo will be giving away prizes, but you must register in advance to win a valuable product from Horn Photo! One lucky registrant who attends will win the prize. Others have a chance at winning $50 gift cards at the Fresno County Historical Museum that evening.
The models will pose until 8:15PM, then we will have our drawing for raffle prizes.
Don’t miss out! Register below today! Space is limited. Please sign up for each individual attending, so everyone will have an equal opportunity to win in our drawing. Duplicate names will be eliminated from the drawing.
“You don’t have the picture unless you have the print—but you don’t have the print unless you have the tech!”
Having worked in a variety of positions supporting information technology, Jeremiah eventually found his way to Horn Photo in 2007 where he began with the humble tasks of scanning slides and making prints. A few years later, he gladly accepted the opportunity to blend two of his skills: visual imaging and information technology.
Today, on top of teaching English courses at several college campuses in the area, Jeremiah helps keep all of Horn Photo’s technical gears turning so that we can make the best photo products possible.