Attention DC-Area travel shooters…

Last call for any travel shooters in the Washington, DC area!

This Tuesday, I’ll be giving a three-hour program at the VisArts Center in Rockville, MD on the “trials and tribulations of a travel photographer.” It’s funny, it’s informative, and it’s only $25!

That works out to $8-something an hour for some primo edutainment—-that’s only about a buck over minimum wage in Maryland (hey, don’t blame me, somebody’s been trying to get that number up, but noooooo! That would be socialism).

Anyway, politics notwithstanding, it’s gonna be a great night and there are still places left at this price. By Monday, it’ll be scalper city—-why, Mick, Keith, and I have been known to draw $1 to $2 above the printed ticket price on the actual nights of our gigs!  Don’t be a chump! Gather some moss and pre-register for this event!

This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Bob be very careful here on the wage deal. You keep charging these prices and you’ll jump into a new tax bracket.

    1. Tim: Would that I were making a percentage of the gate! Bob

  2. ahhh if i only lived in DC!!! their is always cool events in places far far away……

  3. Hi Bob,

    I am really great fan of your photography. When are you coming to UK for your talks. I hope it would be as cheap as you doing one today.



    1. Someday Zak! But they’ll charge in Sterling, not Dollars, so it will be more expensive, even at the same price! BK

  4. Thanks Bob, do let us know whenever you come to UK and I will be more than happy to pay in whatever currency you may charge.

    Looking forward for this ‘someday’.

    Once again many thanks,



  5. Bob

    I thoroughly enjoyed meeting you and your wife last evening at VisArts in Rockville. Your presentation was great!!!

    Great photos, great stories, great humor!!


    VisArts Resident Artist

    1. Hi Colleen: It was a pleasure meeting you as well. Thanks for braving the rain and the traffic to come out! Bob

  6. Bob,

    It was GREAT meeting you Tuesday night. Your presentation was informative, entertaining and what a pleasure seeing your many wonderful images. Don’t forget – there are tens of thousands of photographers just waiting to replace their torn and tattered Bob Krist vests!
    Alan Sislen
    Resident Artist
    VisArts of Rockville, Md.

    1. Thanks Alan. Hope to spend more time with you next time I’m down there. Bob

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