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Dorion talks process, Walpole Library exhibit

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter If you were to ask Phil Dorion for help with your photography, you would probably start by asking him about lenses, camera brands and photo manipulating software. This would be a terrible decision, as you would be committing one of the mistakes Dorion sees as being so prevalent...
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Walpole’s Dorion leads ‘Learning to See’

On July 26 at the Walpole Town Hall, Phil Dorion hosted 28 photographers, all of whom wanted to hear about the photography program he has developed, aptly named “Learning to See.” Phil talked about creativity and some of the restrictions we place upon ourselves in that pursuit. He suggested that everyone should ask what it...
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Sullivan’s photos on display at library

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By Emily Greffenius Hometown Weekly Intern “I’ve always liked photography, even as a kid,” Colleen Sullivan says. Sullivan’s work, currently on display in the Dailey Room at the Medfield Public Library, showcases this lifelong passion. Photos of landscapes, birds, flowers, picturesque New England, iconic shots of Boston, and even snapshots of Sullivan’s local town of...
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Advanced photography program seeks feedback

A local artist has developed a program in intermediate and advanced photography and wishes to offer a series of sessions over a yet-to-be-determined time frame. This program is designed more specifically for individuals who own a DSLR or a mirrorless camera system. Individuals who have these cameras tend to be overwhelmed with the capabilities of...
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