It’s the summer of 1993. The phone rings and on the other end of the line is long time industry friend Arnold Drapkin, the former Picture Editor of TIME magazine. After a few formalities and catching up, Arnold says, “Jim, I’m thinking of starting a new photography workshop.” I pause…saying to myself, “Oh great…yet another workshop!” I respond with, “So Arnold, where are you thinking of having this workshop?” He replies, “In Florida.”
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