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Social Media Event

June 5th, 2011 Comments off

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We’ve all seen what social media can do for a photographer’s career. Some relative newcomers have used it to propel themselves into the stratosphere. Others have used it to supplement their core business, and establish a formidable presence in the electronic marketplace.

APA|DC has a presentation designed by photographers –for photographers, and it will have something for EVERYONE. Join presenters Rosh Sillars and Lindsay Adler, with special guests Jack Hollingsworth and Jason Moriber, to find out how you can get the most from your social media experience.

Cost if purchased in advance: $15 members, $25 non-members,

Cost at the door: $25 members, $35 non members

Tuesday, June 9th, 2011
6:30pm – 9pm

U.S. Navy Memorial
701 Pennsylvania Ave NW # 123
Washington D.C., DC 20004-2688

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Lightroom with Jerry Couvoisier

May 9th, 2011 Comments off

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Upcoming ASMPDC Event

 

When:
Thursday, May 12, 2011
6:30pm Social & refreshments
7:00 pm Presentation begins

Where:
CDIA-BU (Georgetown)
1055 Thomas Jefferson St. NW
Washington, DC 20007

Fee:
ASMP Members: $10
Professional Organization Members (APA, ASPP, WHNPA, WPOW): $10
Non-Members: $20
Students: $5

An evening with leading Lightroom expert Jerry Courvoisier as he shows the ins and outs of leveraging your images to promote your business.

Jerry will walk through the ways to use LIghtroom to do just that:

*Creating and managing Publish Collections
*Using LIghtroom to promote your business
*Using Lightroom as a client presentation tool

Jerry Courvoisier is a leading expert in digital imaging technologies. Based out of Santa Fe, NM, Jerry teaches at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, the National Geographic Expeditions “on assignment” series, and conducts his own nationwide series of Lightroom workshops.

Don’t miss this important presentation.

http://www.jerrycourvoisier.com

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Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour

April 27th, 2011 Comments off

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We at DC Photographers are big fans of Ben Willmore. He’s an excellent photographer and a master digital imaging technician.  Check him out on www.WhereIsBen.com.

COMING TO:
Washington, DC
Wenesday, May 25, 2011

Photography & Adobe Photoshop CS5: From Focus to Finished is guaranteed to take your photography and Photoshop CS5 skills to a whole new level! This tour puts it all together, from beginning to end and step-by-step with five cutting-edge sessions packed with the most requested, and sought-after tips and techniques used by today’s top photography pros to capture, correct and enhance their photos.

This seminar is perfect for amateur and pro photographers, graphic designers, and anyone who wants to seriously boost their photography and Photoshop CS5 skills. Register Now>>

Instructor: Ben Willmore (Ben’s bestselling books, DVDs, and hit seminars have established Ben as one of the world’s top Photoshop experts.) More Info>>

When and Where: Photograph & Photoshop CS5: From Focus to Finished.  Map It>>

Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Walter E Washington Conv. Ctr.
801 Mt Vernon Place
Washington, DC 20001

Price: Only $99 (NAPP members pay only $79) More Info>>


 

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LOOK3

April 27th, 2011 Comments off

40 more artists announced for SHOTS and WORKS

 

LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph is just seven weeks away! Photographers, editors, curators, and media professionals from all over the world will be gathering in Charlottesville’s picturesque downtown for 3 inspiring days June 9,10,11. Look3 has have already announced our INsight Artists, our Masters Talks, the gallery exhibits, and now we are ready to announce more than 40 additional artists featured in our SHOTS and WORKS evening projections. These screenings of visual essays and multimedia projects will be projected in HD on a giant 40-ft screen in the downtown Pavilion on Friday and Saturday nights of the festival.

Look3 will be showing new and recent work from: Larry Fink, Taryn Simon, Donald Weber, Martine Fougeron, David Alan Harvey, Wang Lei, Fotokonbit, Tierney Gearon, Susan Worsham, Pieter Hugo, Elinor Carucci, Kendall Messick, Jessica Hilltout, and over 30 more.

For the full list of presenting artists visit http://look3.org/events/shots-works/

Festival passes will sell out soon. And hotel rooms are filling up. Use the LOOK3 room block before it expires in mid-May. More travel info at http://look3.org/info/travel-lodging/

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LOOK3 Announcements

April 6th, 2011 Comments off

Exhibits and Masters Talks announced

 

We have some exciting additions to LOOK3’s lineup of artists and exhibits. Full info at www.look3.org. Here’s the latest!

Exhibitions

Nan Goldin – “Scopophilia”
Massimo Vitali – “Natural Habitats”
Antonin Kratochvil – “Domovina”
Christopher Anderson – “Son”
LaToya Ruby Frazier – “Notion of Family”
BOOKS curated with David Strettell
Ashley Gilbertson – “Bedrooms of the Fallen”
George Steinmetz – “Wild Air”
BD Hope for a Healthy World Global Health Exhibit
World Press Photo 2011 (North American premier)

Masters Talks

Christopher Anderson – “Son”
LaToya Ruby Frazier – “Notion of Family”
Steve McCurry – “The Last Roll of Kodachrome”
Ashley Gilbertson – “Bedrooms of the Fallen”
2 more Masters Talks to be named soon…

Access all these events with The Big Love pass, Festival Pass, or the Student Pass on sale at www.look3.org

 

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DC Digital Photography Workshop

April 5th, 2011 Comments off

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One of most valuable assets in photography today is your digital files. In modern photography, negatives are replaced with digital files, film canisters are replaced by CF cards and storage is replaced by hard drives. Digital workflow is fast and flexible.
As a result, many photographers also shoot more. The problem is when hard drives die, hours, days, months or years of work can disappear in a flash.

Come and learn how to effectively protect and organize your digital assets in this seminar.

We will be covering the following:
·         Failure rates of hard drives demystified
·         How to anticipate problems in a digital workflow
·         Protected storage strategies
·         Understanding RAID (redundant array of independent disks) storage
·         Leveraging the Operating System such as Apple’s Mac OS X to protect your storage
·         See how a server such as Apple Mac mini or Mac Pro server can fit in your workflow
·         Backup strategies
·         Understanding onsite, near-site, offsite backups archive strategies
·         Understanding how to reduce your active storage while retaining your entire photo library.

Event Details:
·         Presenter: Meza Hsu, Mac Business Solutions’ Systems Engineer
·         Featured Solutions: Apple Mac Pro Server, Mac Mini Server, Mac OSX
·         Who Should Attend: Photographers and Designers

When: Tuesday, April 5th. | 10:00 – 11:30 am
Where: Mac Business Solutions (location)

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Creating Video with Your DSLR

April 3rd, 2011 Comments off

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An Evening with Richard Harrington of Rhed Pixel

The author of From Still to Motion: A Photographer’s Guide to Creating Video with Your DSLR

When:
April 5, 2011 6:30 pm Doors open; 7-9:30 pm Program

Where:
Rhed Pixel
180 South Washinton St. #210
Falls Church, VA 22046
703-531-1325

Fee:
ASMP Members: $10
Professional Organization Members (APA, ASPP, WHNPA, WPOW): $10
Non-Members: $20
Students: $5

Have you started exploring this powerful tool? Come and develop a blueprint for your transition to the world of video production, the next great frontier for still photographers. Richard will address:

Planning
Pre-production
Field work – audio
Post production – workflow
How do we introduce this new tool to our clients?

Click here for more information and to register

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Ace Photo’s Annual Demo Day

March 25th, 2011 Comments off

April 16, 2011:

Ace Photo will be holding it’s annual Customer Appreciation Sale & Manufacturer’s Demo Day. Items will be sold at cost, and representatives from all of your favorite brands will be in store. There will be no rainchecks issued, and it is first come first serve. Special Orders will not be taken either.   For more information, contact Ace Photo 703-430-3333 http://acephoto.net/

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