This sixth edition of the festival continues an established formula, mixing the work of celebrated figures in photography with emerging talent, utilising conventional gallery space, but also showing many of the exhibitions outdoors, making the most of the island’s location off the coast of Normandy.
Brighton Photo Biennial returns 28 September - 28 October 2018 with a month of free photography exhibitions and events for professionals, enthusiasts, students and families alike.
BEST of ASMP is the fourth and final photography contest we will hold in 2018. This is a members-only contest and it is designed to showcase the important work of ASMP members from the 2018 calendar year. Non-members can join ASMP to enable participation in the contest. Our contests are only one of the reasons you’ll want to consider joining ASMP.
The Lucie Awards is the annual event honoring the greatest achievements in photography. The photography community from countries around the globe pay tribute to the most outstanding photography achievements at the Gala Awards ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York.
APA SF is dedicated to providing opportunities for women in the photo field to build a stronger, more aware, and better connected community. When acclaimed artists' rep Brooke Embry attended the recent APA LA women's event, and she suggested we do a similar one here, we enthusiastically agreed.
An intensive full day workshop held at Texcam, Inc. Designed for photographers and future digital technicians alike. Topics to be covered include necessary gear, Capture One Pro conventions, tethering, on site processing and on site file backup, as well as business aspects of the digitech.
Agency art buyers, creatives, and photo editors are finding photography talent on Instagram. Photographers are using IG to connect with stylists, makeup artists, and assistants. Are you making the most of the platform to grow your photo business?
Stand Out Photographic Events are designed to inspire, to educate and to motivate. Here you can explore the art and business of photography and find out what you need to help you, as a photographer, stand out from the rest. At these events, you have the unique opportunity to view large print medium format photography displayed in a gallery setting, and to hear from the top-level artists behind the work.
Production Connection brings together all facets of the still production community in an informal setting allowing vendors, talent, production professionals and photographers to meet, exchange ideas and collaborate.
This Tech Talk will cover the basics of video editing with Adobe apps, from ingesting footage through to final export. Learn how to use Prelude, Premiere and Media Encoder including software layout, terminology, and tools. Pick up new editing techniques during the live demo portion of the presentation as we create a video from scratch.
Come to the second ASMP PRINT AND PINT meet-up sponsored by Camera Bits, makers of Photo Mechanic, Pro Photo Supply and Lagunitas Brewing Company. All working photographers are invited to come and share their workprints with other pros. The theme for this second meet up is DOCUMENTARY/EVENT, and will feature photographer Jan Sonnenmair.
To make it in today’s market, still and motion photographers must understand their visual voice and communicate it clearly. This visually rich seminar will show you what a vision based portfolio/online gallery looks like, and how to develop and produce your own cohesive body of work. Learn how to clearly convey your unique vision through a well-branded, unified portfolio of imagery that will attract the clients you want!
After a long, creatively productive summer off, we’re kicking off the new season of events with a print exchange and party. Kind of like a cake walk, but without as much walking. This is a great way to share your work with other pros in the community and see what other photographers have been working on. Plus it will be at Elsie’s, with plenty of snacks and a cash bar.
Mark Berndt will talk about the stages of development in a photographer’s style using examples from his work in commercial documentary photography. He will speak simultaneously to the importance of creative development and imprinting commercial work with your own personal vision.
ASMP New England members have a great opportunity to get a free review by two Boston photographic legends that have a combined 70 years experience in the photo industry. Ad firm veteran and fine art collector Jim Fitts brings the business approach and advice, and National Geographic photographer Cary Wolinsky critiques technique. Together they are the embodiment of the two skills each successful photographer must have: business saavy and photographic skill.
An all-welcome full day workshop for those wanting to get a foundational understanding of the business of assisting on and off set, sharpen existing assisting skills, and to hear professionals teach first hand what it takes to be an assistant.
The times aren’t changing in the photo industry. They have already permanently changed. The old photo industry is not dead, but it is dying a slow death and is being transformed into a new, modern landscape. Will you be a part of that landscape?
Photoville is New York City’s free premier photo destination. Produced by United Photo Industries, the annual festival is a modular venue built from re-purposed shipping containers. By creating a physical platform for photographers of all stripes to come together and interact, Photoville provides a unique opportunity to engage with a diverse audience — a veritable cross-section of the world’s photographic community. This year’s Photoville roster will include many great partners from years past, as well as lots of “new blood.”
Kicking off APA LA's newest series "An Evening With", APA Los Angeles and A Space For Arts present An Evening With Michele Romero and Art Streiber. September 12 the duo will share the process that helps them achieve dynamic pieces.
Festival Images Vevey is Switzerland’s first visual arts biennale. Every other year, the festival features unique large-scale photography exhibitions in the streets of Vevey as well as a series of exhibitions in indoor venues and presents the winning project of the international photography competition Grand Prix Images Vevey.
Promoted by the Begihandi collective, GETXOPHOTO is a festival dedicated to images that take place in Getxo (Basque Country) during September for the last 12 years. It brings different proposals from photographers and visual storytellers from all over the world to the city, setting a contemporary conversation about the theme proposed each year.
An international festival of photojournalism and one of the premier showcases for news-oriented professional image-makers from all over the world. The main program is comprised of exhibitions, screenings, and meetings as well as a full week of educational activities.
Now’s your chance to show off your directorial dexterity at the upcoming screening roundtable discussion ‘Making The Move To Motion.’ Send us your 5-minute (max) motion project (on any topic) and join us on Thursday, August 30th with your popcorn bowl for APA San Diego’s silver screen event.
This young but widely respected festival offers a showcase of both local and international talents, while providing a bridge between Eastern and Western photographic communities. From exhibitions to portfolio reviews and a spotlight on emerging Japanese talents, this festival offers a bit of everything.
Join ASMP Chicago/Midwest and Experimac West Loop on August 8th, 2018 from 6:00 – 9:00pm to learn everything you need to know about photographing in the field with your computer (Mac or PC)!
Every two years, MoMA’s celebrated New Photography exhibition series presents urgent and compelling ideas in recent photography and photo-based art. This year’s edition, Being, asks how photography can capture what it means to be human.
The purpose of the Festival de la Luz is to nurture and promote the art of photography in Argentina and internationally. Exhibitions take place in 88 spaces across 18 provinces.
ASMP NM is pleased to present commercial/editorial portrait photographer, and ASMP National Chair, Luke Copping, as part of PhotoSummer and Photo Week (July 17 – 21 st) in Santa Fe. Join Luke for a fun and cooperative workshop designed to help photographers deconstruct what exactly goes into putting together a bid