Stan Rowin

Stan Rowin lives and works in the Boston Metro area. His work spans a variety of subjects from nuclear power plants to athletic shoes, surgery to bank annual reports, iconic scientists to ironic musicians. He has a marketing backgroundand an M.B.A. from Boston University. He also has:

• Received the Professional Photographer Leadership Award from the International Photographic Council, a non-governmental organization of the United Nations.
• Was invited to China by the China Photographers Association to be a guest lecturer on the business of digital photography at the Pingyao International Photography Show.
• Was the President and Chairman of Board of the national trade association for photographers American Society of Media Photographers.
• Was a member of Adobe’s Photographer Council and Microsoft’s Pro Photo Summits. Photoshop and Lightroom beta tester.
• co-author of Universal Photographic Digital Imaging Guidelines
• co-author of Professional Business Practices in Photography.

Stan Rowin has photographer for numerous publications and corporations such as:

• AOL Advertising
• Bedford/St. Martin’s Press
• Biogen/Idec
• Bosch
• CitiBank
• Credit Suisse
• Deutsche Bank AG
• E*Trade Financial
• Genzyme
• Giuliani Partners
• Goodwin Procter LLP
• Haemonetics
• Hewlett Packard
• Highland Capital Partners
• Houghton Mifflin
• Howard Hughes Medical Institute
• JPMorgan Chase Bank
• LinkedIn
• Marriott Corporation
• McKesson Corporation
• Merrill Lynch
• Microsoft
• MillerCoors
• Novartis Pharmaceuticals
• Nutter McClennen & Fish
• Planar Systems
• Polaroid
• PricewaterhouseCoopers
• Reebok
• Siemens AG
• Stride Rite

• Glamour Magazine
• National Geographic Magazine
• National Review
• Network Computing
• Scientific American Magazine
• Wine Spectator

• Babson College
• Bentley College
• Bowdoin College
• Dartmouth Universtiy
• Dickinson College
• Emmanuel College
• Fitchsburg State College
• Harvard University
• Lesley University
• Massachusetts Institute of Technology
• Syracuse University

Call Digital Photo Academy at 1 877 372 2231. Lots of people seem to hang up if our welcome recording comes on instead of a live voice, but we promise to return your message within a day or two if you leave one with your name and number.  It would be even better if you included your e mail address as well as the date and city of the class you are considering.  If leaving a voice mail message is not your thing, please email us at or

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  1. fisher
    June 17, 2014

    “I really enjoyed the class. As you can see from the attached shots, I tend to do closeups.”


  2. Peter
    July 21, 2014

    “Thank you, I had a great time and I learned a lot! Here are some of the photos I took yesterday if anyone wants to check them out. Constructive criticism is always accepted since I am new at this!”


  3. Peter
    July 21, 2014

    “Thanks so much for a great class yesterday. It was very helpful and I learned a lot. Here are some of the photos I took yesterday.

    Thanks again!”

    -Doug Schaejbe

  4. Peter
    July 22, 2014

    “Thank you so much for a great class on Saturday. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot. It was nice meeting everyone as well.”

    Below is the link to my photos on facebook.


  5. Student Remarks
    August 15, 2014

    “Hi Stan,

    Sorry for the late reply. I was on vacation for a couple of days. Thank you for the great class, I was able to use the techniques I learned while in NH. Here are a few of my pictures. Yes, I need figure out how to Photoshop the date off the photos. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize the date setting was turned on.

    Thanks again for the great class!”

    -Mary Sullivan

  6. Keith
    January 19, 2016

    “Thanks Stan! I had a great time and thought it was a good class. I basically had a good understanding of the basics (aperture, shutter, ISO, exposure, etc.) before the class but picked up some good pointers especially on paying attention to little details and patterns that could prove to be interesting photos. I’ve been shooting mostly nature and sunrise/sunset shots so it was great to have a chance to branch out and take some nice architectural shots and the MIT campus was a great location for variety. You got me further inspired to branch out and try new techniques and subjects to shoot so it was well worth it.



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