Join us on March 18, 2017 for a FujiFilm Clean and Check event. Our sales representative from FujiFilm will be here along with FujiFilm’s factory technicians from 10 am – 4pm. The clean and check portion of this event is for FujiFilm cameras only and is limited to 1 camera and 1 lens.
Registration is closed for this sold out event
We hope you can join us for this free event on Saturday April 29th. This event has a demo day from 11 am – 3 pm with the Tamron Tech Team and a Free Educational lecture from 6 pm – 7:30 pm. Topics for the educational lecture include travel, landscape and nature photography produced exclusively with Tamron lenses. Advanced registration required to attend this Free event. The full event details are shown below. Please let us know if you have any questions via email or the comment form below.
Bergen County Camera is open late and this Sunday December 18th for your shopping convenience. 201-664-4113
Tickets for our speaker sessions are now available for the NJ Photo Expo. Speaker sessions are $10 and each ticket includes $10 to spend like cash in the store on Saturday. This is a great opportunity to see some great speakers,
You are cordially invited to an opening reception on June 16 from 7 pm – 9 pm, light refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome.
Despite the “amateur” status due Dean Cobin since he does not earn his living from his passionate pursuit of photography, one would be hard pressed to find anything remotely amateur about his process and approach to photography. Completely self taught, there is nothing that could be recognized as anything less than complete dedication to the highest ideals of the historic masters and their present day peers he emulates. He pursues mindful photography because it’s a deeply felt, integral part of the man he is.
“Photography is my passion, a labor of love, and a vision to share with the world. It is a moment in time captured forever; an image recorded as a part of history living on for eternity.“
Others in the world of photography have recognized Dean’s special talent for capturing a bit of “eternity now” by publishing and bestowing numerous awards for his work. The roster includes a virtual list of the most respected names in photography like Outdoor Photographer, Adirondack Life, National Geographic’s Your Shot and the UK’s Digital Photographer.
Shooting the aurora borealis was a quest that had long captivated Dean. It took his third trip to Yellowknife, Canada to be able to realize the phenomena as he had seen it in his mind’s eye. The appearance of the aurora is never a guarantee due to their quixotic nature. Add in the adverse and fickle weather conditions in a harsh environment with the temperature routinely at forty below and you have a better understanding as to why it took three trips, lots of groundwork and a bit of luck to realize the images for Night Light.
In addition, this photographer’s heart is as big as his talent. His proceeds from the sale of his work for Night Lights will go to the #1 rated Charity in NJ,*Table To Table. More of Dean Cobin’s work can be seen at www.deancobin.com
Mar 22 – Basic Digital Photography
Mar 23 – Intermediate Digital Photography
Apr 19 – Basic Digital Photography
Apr 20 – Intermediate Digital Photography
Apr 26 – Basic Photoshop
Apr 27 – Food Photography
May 3 – Macro Photography Workshop
May 17 – Basic iPhone Photography
May 24 – Basic Digital Photography
May 25 – Intermediate Digital Photography
Check our current offering of Bergen County Camera Classes.
Advanced Registration is required for all classes. Please register online, or give the store a call at 201-664-4113 and we can handle all the reservation details for you. Classes may be canceled if registration falls below class minimums. Refunds are available with 48 hour advance notice. All class attendees receive at least $50 in coupons towards accessories, printing services, restorations and digital imaging services.
Have a question about our classes or need additional information? Please call us at 201-664-4113 or send us an email. Be sure to bring your camera along for any questions that you may have. Parking is free after 6 pm.
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Focus sessions are free and take place in our store from 9:30 am – 10:15 am. All sessions will allow for questions and answers. Please bring your camera and any images along that you have questions about. Feel free to use the comment option to make suggestions for future focus sessions.
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Here’s our upcoming Focus Sessions:
November 7 – Lakota Wolf Preserve Trip Review
November 14 – How to Shoot and Create and order a Great Holiday Photo Card
November 21 – Action Cameras – GoPro and V-360
November 28 – Great Holiday Gift Ideas
December 5 – Your Art Makes a Great Gift
December 12 – Winter Photography
December 19 – Christmas Light Photography
December 26 – Celebrate – Holiday Merry with Us
These are free events – bring a friend along if you’d like. Share with your friends on Facebook – Click the Like button below. Hope you can join us!
For free tickets for our customers – visit EXPO2015NY.com and use code IGBC4PPT
THE BEST OF CANON, IN ACTION
100,000 Square Feet of Innovation & Opportunity
From September 10 – 11, Canon will host an extraordinary, invitation-only event, featuring 100,000 square feet of innovation inside the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. This incredible event, five years in the making, will reveal the amazing range of Canon technologies, and showcase some of the promising developments that will transform tomorrow.
An Immersive Experience
At Canon EXPO 2015 New York you won’t just hear about our latest technology, you’ll get to experience it. You’ll get a chance to touch and try some of our newest products. You’ll witness some of our more complex systems at work addressing real world challenges. You’ll learn about our partnerships with other companies, as we strive to advance technologies in number of industries. You’ll hear Service & Support being delivered in real time. And you’ll see Canon’s powerful accelerating influence in business environments, from corporations to start-ups.
An Environment Enhanced by Experts
At Canon EXPO 2015 New York, you’ll be able to consult with knowledgeable experts about the technologies on display. You can also discuss the Canon applications and systems you use. You can engage experts on the business challenges you see looming in the near future, or have blue-sky discussions about possibilities that lie further ahead. Our goal is to inspire your imagination and create an environment where the impossible today might seem possible tomorrow.
Join us for the opening of Paul Florio’s “Sunday in New York City” on Thursday, August 20th from 7 PM until 9 PM at Bergen County Camera. Paul is a long time friend of Bergen County Camera and an outstanding Street Photographer.
After winning a camera in the Kodak Pavilion at the 1964 NY Worlds Fair I became fascinated with photography. My dad was my main influenced. He was an architect by trade and worked in New York City. He often took me there and exposed me to the many wonderful places that few 12 year old’s get to see. Although he was drawn to the “structure” of the city I was captured by it’s people. Since then I have always been interested in people and places and have always enjoyed the social atmosphere that so few people experience living 15 minutes from the greatest City in the world.
My work developed as I learned how to interact with people. I was a wedding photographer for a short time (thank God) ! I then did work for Diesel Fashion, the Apollo Theater Jazz Foundation as well as The Christopher Reeves Foundation and Epson. All of this brought me to where I am today.
I would be remiss if I did not mention my second greatest influence as a photojournalist. Without the time and help of Bob and Tom and many of the great staff at BCC over the past 25 years I would still be shooting that Kodak…and you know how hard it is to get bulbs for that!