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Event Archive

Jun 122024

Deep Dive: “Solutions Photography”

We’re too used to hearing about the problems. But how can we work towards solutions to those problems? Welcome to Solutions Photography.

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Jun 92024

Photowalk with Flickr: Explore, Capture, Connect

Celebrate 20 years of Flickr magic with a photowalk across the Brooklyn Bridge

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Jun 92024

Family Activities from Creatively Wild – at the Seaport!

Awesome Project of the Day: What do you see through the lens of your imagination? Let’s go Creatively Wild!

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Jun 82024

Lumen Printing with Rachelle Bussières at the Seaport

Learn how to make Lumen prints with Rachelle Bussières

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Jun 82024

Photowalk with Flickr: Explore, Capture, Connect

Join us in celebrating 20 years of Flickr magic with a photowalk across the Brooklyn Bridge, from The Seaport exhibits to the Photo Village in Brooklyn Bridge Park on June 8th and 9th. Get creative with your fellow photo enthusiasts, mingle with the Flickr community, and find inspiration from our special guest photographers joining the festivities. We’ll see you and your camera there!

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Jun 82024

Stories of Belonging: Central American TPS Workers’ Defiant Struggle for their Right to Stay Home in U.S.

Join us for a talk and walking tour of the “Stories of Belonging” photo exhibit. Meet and listen to the project organizers and TPS community members speak about their experiences within the movement for migrant worker rights, immigrant worker justice, workplace justice, union organizing, and American rights of citizenship.

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Jun 72024

Ismail Ferdous in Conversation with James Wellford

Join Leica Gallery NY on Friday June 7th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM as we celebrate the exhibition and publication of Sea Beach with 2023 Leica Oskar Barnack Award winner, Ismail Ferdous.

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Jun 62024

Sea Beach: Ismail Ferdous Opening Reception at Leica Gallery NY

Join Leica Gallery NY on Thursday, June 6th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM for the opening reception of Sea Beach with 2023 Leica Oskar Barnack Award winner, Ismail Ferdous.

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Jun 62024

Safety Starts with a Contract

This interactive workshop enables visual journalists to confidently negotiate contractual terms to ensure fair treatment and safe working conditions.

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Jun 22024

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classroom: Travel Photography

Amazing photos, amazingly easy.

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Jun 22024

Meet the Artist – Aundre Larrow

Following your dream to be an artist—professionally!

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Jun 22024

Stunts & Stills Photowalk

Join Leica Camera at Photoville to experience an action-packed parkour photowalk with Brooklyn-based photographer, Ben Franke.

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Jun 22024

Photoville Team Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Jun 22024

Polaroid Emulsion Lift Workshop

Transfer your images to watercolor paper!

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Jun 22024

Safely Covering the U.S. Elections

A practical 2-hour workshop presenting visual journalists with key digital and physical safety tools for covering the U.S. elections and election-related events.

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Jun 22024

Photoville Team Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Jun 22024

ICP Portfolio Reviews

Receive key feedback and guidance on next steps with your photographs and stories from ICP staff and faculty!

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Jun 22024

Environmental Portraiture with Jose Tutiven

Discover the art of environmental portraiture at Photoville in an engaging photowalk with Jose “Tutes” Tutiven.

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Jun 22024

Adobe PhotoWalks at Photoville!

At the top of each hour from 1pm-6pm on Saturday, June 1st and Sunday, June 2nd, join a photowalk departing from the Adobe Tent. Meet us 5-10 min before the hour to secure your slot! Our professional photographers will share loads of practical tips and tricks on capturing and editing your images from street photography, monochrome magic, and working with models.

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Jun 22024

ADOBE TENT: PHOTO TIPS & TRICKS

See powerful ways to take photos from ordinary to extraordinary in just a few taps. Learn from professional photographers as they share their insights about light, perspective, composition. Topics include Making Your Images POP, Color Creativity, Unclutter with AI Magic, and Monochrome Magic.

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Jun 22024

Family Activities with Creatively Wild

Creatively Wild once again offers fun activities for kids! Let’s go Creatively Wild!

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Jun 22024

PENUMBRA FOUNDATION TINTYPE PORTRAIT BOOTH

Have your portrait taken at Penumbra Foundation’s Tintype Portrait booth.

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Jun 22024

Cameras and Coffee with Brandon Ruffin

Cameras and Coffee with Brandon Ruffin presented by Leica Camera.

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Jun 22024

Brooklyn Bridge Street Photography Walk

Hone your street photography skills with a hands-on photo walk across the Brooklyn Bridge!

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Jun 22024

Safety 101 for Visual Journalists

A practical two-hour workshop introducing visual journalists to safety as a pillar of professionalism and best practice.

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Jun 12024

OPENING NIGHT: We Are Happy To Inspire You

Come join the Photoville community as we gather for a night of visual storytelling under the stars!

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Jun 12024

Perspective is Power: Leica Women Foto Project Panel

Learn more about the projects of the 2024 Leica Women Foto Project awardees and their photographic journey.

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Jun 12024

Educator Happy Hour

Spend the day roaming through the park exploring exhibitions, maybe partake in one of our many free workshops and tours and then come meet up for Happy Hour and visual storytelling on the Brooklyn waterfront. First drink is on us!

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Jun 12024

Diversify Photo Community Happy Hour

Join us at the Opening Day Community Celebration to admire a selection of member work on the big screen and to socialize with friends and members of our Diversify Photo community!

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Jun 12024

ICP Portfolio Reviews

Receive key feedback and guidance on next steps with your photographs and stories from ICP staff and faculty!

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Jun 12024

Herbalism: Cyanotype Workshop with Medicinal Herbs

Create cyanotypes on fabric and paper to capture the souls of medicinal herbs.

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Jun 12024

Photoville Team Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Jun 12024

INSPIRED LIVE

INSPIRED LIVE provides a platform for a unique group of cross-disciplined artists and industry professionals to reveal their sources of inspiration. In these fast-paced, 6-minute presentations, speakers select 15 images which stay on screen for 20 seconds each.

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Jun 12024

A Perspective on Self Expression with Mark Asuncion

Explore Brooklyn and further develop your perspective in this engaging photo walk with Mark Asuncion.

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Jun 12024

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classroom: Model Photography

Amazing photos, amazingly easy.

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Jun 12024

Meet the Artist – Aundre Larrow

Following your dream to be an artist—professionally!

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Jun 12024

Photoville Team Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Jun 12024

The Intent vs. Effect: Artist Talk with Ismail Ferdous

Discover The Intent vs. The Effect with Ismail Ferdous, a discussion that takes an inquiry into how an artist shapes a project to convey their story vs. how an audience then perceives the work once it is released to the world.

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Jun 12024

Drop-in Zine-Making Family Activity

Come join us at the ICP tent for some zine-making! No prior registration necessary.

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Jun 12024

Adobe PhotoWalks at Photoville!

At the top of each hour from 1pm-6pm on Saturday, June 1st and Sunday, June 2nd, join a photowalk departing from the Adobe Tent. Meet us 5-10 min before the hour to secure your slot! Our professional photographers will share loads of practical tips and tricks on capturing and editing your images from street photography, monochrome magic, and working with models.

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Jun 12024

Wet Nose Pawject Paw-pup

Returning to the festival, let the Best In Show strut their stuff in Wet Nose Pawject’s Paw-Pup Pawtrait Studio!

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Jun 12024

Along the DUMBO Waterfront Workshop

Join us for a hands-on workshop photographing the DUMBO neighborhood!

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Jun 12024

Adobe Tent: PHOTO TIPS & TRICKS

See powerful ways to take photos from ordinary to extraordinary in just a few taps. Learn from professional photographers as they share their insights about light, perspective, composition. Topics include Making Your Images POP, Color Creativity, Unclutter with AI Magic, and Monochrome Magic.

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Jun 12024

PENUMBRA FOUNDATION TINTYPE PORTRAIT BOOTH

Have your portrait taken at Penumbra Foundation’s Tintype Portrait booth.

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Jun 192023

Clayton Sisterhood Project Exhibition Walkthrough with Laila Annmarie Stevens in conversation with Elias Williams as part of Juneteenth in Queens

Artist walkthrough of the Clayton Sisterhood Project exhibition in Roy Wilkins Park led by Laila Annmarie Stevens as part of Juneteenth in Queens

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Jun 162023

LEVELING UP: “Protecting Your Copyright and Other Things That Keep Us Up at Night”

How do we protect our copyright and what are new aspects of industry that we need to be learning more about?

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Jun 152023

LEVELING UP: “Exploring Different Career Paths in the Photo World”

No one’s career looks the same. What other pathways can lead to a success within the photographic industry?

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Jun 142023

LEVELING UP: “The Birth of a (Photo) Book or Zine”

What does it take to make a photo book/zine realized?

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Jun 112023

Safety 101 for Visual Journalists

A practical 2-hour workshop introducing visual journalists to safety as a pillar for professionalism and best practice.

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Jun 42023

“The Sea of Devotees” Artist Photowalk with Satyam Bhuyan

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Satyam Bhuyan.

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Jun 42023

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with Aundre Larrow

Come join us at the Photoville Activity Tent, to check out demos featuring “before and after” photos from photographer Aundre Larrow—see what is possible!

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Jun 42023

Meet the Artists of: Another Perspective

Join the documentary photographers of Another Perspective. for a container-side chat about their work, their exhibition, and their cross-generational experiences with the criminal justice system.

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Jun 42023

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY – UNFILTERED

Capturing the gritty essence of New York City and the characters that inhabit it. Come join Phil Penman as he takes us through 25 years of his work.

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Jun 42023

“Moments: Around the World” Artist Photowalk with Billy Dinh

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Billy Dinh

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Jun 42023

Meet the Artists of: Our Black Experience

Join the artists of Our Black Experience: Stories From Black Women Photographers for a container-side chat about their work, their exhibition, and the stories that they have selected to represent their experiences of life as Black Women.

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Jun 42023

“Mother Nature: A Love Letter” Artist Photowalk with Melissa Findley

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Melissa Findley

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Jun 42023

Wet Nose Pawject Paw-Pup

Let the Best In Show strut their stuff in Wet Nose Pawject’s Paw-Pup Pawtrait Studio

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Jun 42023

Along the DUMBO Waterfront Workshop

This workshop introduces students to the magic of taking photographs along New York’s waterways, with a focus on the DUMBO waterfront.

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Jun 42023

Photoville Team Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Jun 42023

ICP Portfolio Reviews

Receive key feedback and guidance on next steps with your photographs and stories from ICP staff and faculty!

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Jun 42023

“Photography Reimagined” Artist Photowalk with Demas Rusli

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Demas Rusli.

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Jun 42023

A Picture of Resilience

In this engaging and interactive talk, Devin Allen will delve into the processes behind his work, share personal stories that fuel his passion for photography, and discuss how his images capture the power and spirit of resilience.

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Jun 42023

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with Aundre Larrow

Come join us at the Photoville Activity Tent, to check out demos featuring “before and after” photos from photographer Aundre Larrow—see what is possible!

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Jun 42023

Family Activities with Creatively Wild

Awesome Project of the Day: What do you see through the lens of your imagination? Let’s go Creatively Wild!

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Jun 42023

Penumbra Foundation Tintype Portrait Booth

Have your portrait taken at Penumbra Foundation’s Tintype Portrait booth.

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Jun 42023

Adobe Photo Booth at Photoville!

We look forward to seeing you at our Adobe Photo Booth at Photoville!

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Jun 32023

DJ LiKWUiD

End the Night of Visual Storytelling with us as one of our favorites, DJ LiKWUiD, closes out the show with tunes and dancing under the stars!

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Jun 32023

Opening Night at PHOTOVILLE!

Join us for an evening of music, community, and beautiful visual storytelling as we celebrate how photography captures and reflects our histories.

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Jun 32023

“Photography Reimagined” Artist Photowalk with Demas Rusli

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Demas Rusli.

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Jun 32023

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with Aundre Larrow

Come join us at the Photoville Activity Tent, to check out demos featuring “before and after” photos from photographer Aundre Larrow—see what is possible!

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Jun 32023

Educator Happy Hour

Spend the day roaming through the park exploring exhibitions, maybe partake in one of our many free workshops and tours and then come meet up for Happy Hour and visual storytelling on the Brooklyn waterfront.

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Jun 32023

Diversify Photo Community Happy Hour

Join us at the Opening Day Community Celebration to admire a selection of member work on the big screen and to socialize with friends and members of our Diversify Photo community!

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Jun 32023

“Mother Nature: A Love Letter” Artist Photowalk with Melissa Findley

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Melissa Findley.

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Jun 32023

The Social Ethics of Photography

This June join renowned photographer & activist Eva Woolridge at Photoville to explore the necessity of accountability and its regard to dismantling exploitative photography. Broaden your understanding on identity and how it affects our ability to capture other cultures and movements authentically.

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Jun 32023

Autistic Joy Interactive Zine Making Workshop

Come create a photo zine uplifting of autism acceptance, disability joy and inclusion with Disability Art Activist Jen White-Johnson, this workshop is designed and tailored for Neurodivergent and disabled communities.

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Jun 32023

Photoville Team Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Jun 32023

“The Sea of Devotees” Artist Photowalk with Satyam Bhuyan

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Satyam Bhuyan.

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Jun 32023

Envisioning DUMBO Photography Workshop

Join ICP faculty members Abigail Montes and Tiffany Williams for a hands-on imagemaking activity exploring DUMBO while learning basic photographic techniques!

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Jun 32023

Portrait Session with Oliver Blank for The One Who Got Away

What would you say to the one who got away? Have your portrait made by photographer Oliver Blank and take part in this project that explores love, loss, and life.

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Jun 32023

Photoville Team Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Jun 32023

“Moments: Around the World” Artist Photowalk with Billy Dinh

Photowalk with Adobe Lightroom Ambassador Billy Dinh

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Jun 32023

Drop-In Zine-Making Family Activity

Come join us at the ICP tent for some zine-making! No prior registration necessary.

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Jun 32023

Environmental Portraiture with Jose Tutiven at Photoville

Discover the art of environmental portraiture at Photoville in an engaging photowalk with Jose “Tutes” Tutiven.

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Jun 32023

Brooklyn Bridge Parents Kids Zone with camera making

Kids crafts – make your own camera

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Jun 32023

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with Aundre Larrow

Come join us at the Photoville Activity Tent, to check out demos featuring “before and after” photos from photographer Aundre Larrow—see what is possible!

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Jun 32023

Penumbra Foundation Tintype Portrait Booth

Have your portrait taken at Penumbra Foundation’s Tintype Portrait booth.

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Jun 32023

Adobe Photo Booth at Photoville!

We look forward to seeing you at our Adobe Photo Booth at Photoville!

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Jul 282022

The Brooklyn Connection artist talk

Join us for an exploration and discussion of work from the incredible photographers selected by curator Jamel Shabazz to be part of The Brooklyn Connection exhibition.

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Jun 252022

Photoville at the Alice Austen House

Join the Staten Island Photoville photographers for a pannel discussion and exhibition walkthrough!

Featuring: David Lê, Gabrielle Bass, Thomas Giarraffa, Christine Kenworthy, Samuel Patel, Gillian Ricci, Jahtiek Long, and Jess Gianna.

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Jun 252022

Sanitation Museum Pop-up Opening Event

Kick off the Sanitation Museum Pop-up at Floyd Bennett Field and celebrate the history of sanitation around Jamaica Bay!

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Jun 152022

Photoville Safety Clinics

The Photoville Freelance Safety Clinics are an opportunity for freelance photojournalists and documentary photographers to receive free, expert, one-on-one advice on safety and security topics.

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Jun 102022

Youth Field Trip – Session 3

Photoville Festival Education Field Trips are Back!

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Jun 82022

Youth Field Trip – Session 1

Photoville Festival Education Field Trips are Back!

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Jun 82022

Youth Field Trip – Session 2

Photoville Festival Education Field Trips are Back!

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Jun 42022

DJ LiKWUiD

Cap off our community celebration with a set from the one and only DJ LiKWUiD!

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Jun 42022

Behind the Shutter

Behind the Shutter is a live visual storytelling event that gives Black Shutter Productions’ guests an opportunity to talk about their work and their process of making images.

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Jun 42022

Haiti Cultural Exchange presents Mizik Ayiti! featuring Beethova Obas

In partnership with Photoville, Haiti Cultural Exchange presents Mizik Ayiti! featuring renowned Haitian artist Beethova Obas.

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Jun 42022

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Meet the Artist Photowalk with Alixe Lay

Photowalk with Alixe Lay — Alixe is a Malaysian-born photographer based in London. Interior spaces and travel are her passions.

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Jun 42022

Leica Camera: Stunts & Stills Photowalk

Capture movement while chasing light in an action-packed parkour photowalk with Brooklyn-based photographer, Ben Franke along with local athletes.

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Jun 42022

Educator Happy Hour

The Photoville Educator Happy Hour is an informal way to meet our new Public Engagement Manager, Koren Martin, and also connect with other educators and art practitioners in the Photoville Education network at Brooklyn Bridge Park for the Opening Day Community Celebration at Photoville 2022! The first drink is on us!

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Jun 42022

Photowalk with Jeffrey Henson Scales

In A Time of Panthers: Early Photographs by Jeffrey Henson Scales. Rediscovering Historic Photos of the Black Panther Party in 1960s Oakland.

Meet at Pier 1 Info Booth.

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Jun 42022

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Meet the Artist Photowalk with Tristan Zhou

Photowalk with Tristan Zhou — Japanese by birth, Tristan lived in China from the age of 11 and now works as a freelancer in Seattle — where he captures arresting architectural images.

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Jun 42022

Along The DUMBO Waterfront Photography Workshop

Join ICP for a workshop introducing students to the magic of taking photographs along New York’s waterways, with a focus on the DUMBO waterfront!

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Jun 42022

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Meet the Artist Photowalk with Piyatat Primtongtrakul

Photowalk with Piyatat Primtongtrakul — from Chiang Mai, Thailand — who has found a new way to express his creativity, inspired by the raw nature and authenticity of everyday moments.

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Jun 42022

Envisioning DUMBO Photography Workshop

Join ICP for a hands-on imagemaking activity for all ages! Participants will learn basic photographic techniques and use whatever imagemaking device they have to celebrate the people, places, and things that make DUMBO come to life!

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Jun 42022

Drop-in Family Zine-making Activity

Learn how to make your own zines (mini-magazine) using recycled and repurposed images.

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Jun 42022

Throned: An Interactive Photobooth by Tiffany Smith

Visit SVACE and Tiffany Smith Studio at the Throned interactive photo booth. Featuring a wicker throne chair, custom backdrop, plants and props highlighting plant life from the Caribbean. The public will have the opportunity to have a free portrait taken by Tiffany Smith!

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Jun 42022

Photoville Founders’ Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and your mask, and join the Photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

Meet at Pier 1 Info Booth.

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Jun 42022

Tintype Studio

Stop by Penumbra Foundation’s Tintype Booth to have your portrait taken and learn more about the historic 19th century photo process!

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Jun 42022

Frame to Table: A Tabletop Styling and Photography Workshop

Learn to build and shoot a photo-worthy place setting from the ground up with Prop Stylist Robin Zachary at West Elm DUMBO!

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Jun 42022

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom MEet the Artist Photowalk with Tomás Karmelo Amaya

Photowalk with Tomás Karmelo Amaya — born for the A:shiwi, Rarámuri, and Yoeme tribes, Tomás Karmelo Amaya is a creative director, filmmaker, writer, visual artist, and Indigenous Futurist.

Meet at Adobe Tent at the Entrance to Pier 1

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Jun 42022

Leica Camera: The Art of Environmental Portraiture Photowalk

Discover the art of environmental portraiture using Brooklyn as your backdrop in an engaging photowalk with Jose “Tutes” Tutiven.

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Jun 42022

Say Cheese with Creatively Wild!

Awesome Project of the Day: What do you see through the lens of your imagination? Decorate your own cardboard “camera” and then, with the help of Creatively Wild’s teaching artists, draw the images you see in your imagination into the display of your camera! Let’s go Creatively Wild!

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Jun 42022

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Demos

Demos featuring “before and after” photos—see what is possible!

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Oct 232021

Walking Tour Of Taxi: Journey Through My Windows 1977-1987, With Joseph Rodriguez

Grab your morning coffee and come join legendary photographer Joseph Rodriguez as he shares his memories and stories behind the images in his exhibition and book “Taxi: Journey Through My Windows 1977-1987,” a collection of snapshots that are on display along the fence of First Street Green Cultural Park on Houston Street.

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Oct 212021

Fall 2021: Photoville Youth Day

Produced and Hosted by Photoville Education

Proudly supported in partnership by PhotoWings

and the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment

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Oct 172021

ICP Local Business Scavenger Hunt With Destiny Mata

Join photographer, community activist, and Lower East Side–native Destiny Mata for an image making walking tour of LES’s Alphabet City! As the popular saying goes, “The best camera in the world is the one that’s with you.” In this hands-on workshop participants learn how to elevate their photos from casual snapshots to frame-worthy personal images using the image making device most accessible to them.

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Oct 102021

Beyond The Music With Young Guru & Devin Allen

Immerse yourself in the world of hip-hop, through and beyond the lens of a Leica with Grammy-winning engineer and photographer Young Guru

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Oct 102021

Styling Beyond Instagram: Taking Your Prop Styling Skills From The Square To The Street

Have you discovered you love prop styling through Instagram? Do you want to know how to make a career out of it? There’s no shortage of opportunities—so it’s time to seize them, present yourself as a professional with versatile styling chops, and wow potential clients. I’ll show you how!

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Oct 92021

Access, Trust & Tradeoffs With Marcus Russell Price

Go beyond the big screen and the big personalities with documentary photographer and filmmaker Marcus Russell Price.

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Oct 92021

Syria: 10 Years Of War Seen By 16 Syrian Photographers

Engage in a conversation with Syrian photojournalists on the successes and challenges of documenting the last decade of war in Syria.

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Oct 82021

Disruptive Creativity Talk (ENCORE RECORDING)

Discover how to use photography as a form of self-care and embrace the challenges encountered as opportunities

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Oct 32021

How To Capture The Essence Of A Moment With Sheila Pree Bright

Bear witness to humanity through an eclectic visual story of music, culture, and creative freedom as fine-art photographer Sheila Pree Bright takes us back to Afropunk 2019 in Atlanta.

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Oct 32021

Heirlooms/Evidence: A Workshop On Whiteness

What does responsible ownership and exploration of whiteness look like?

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Oct 22021

The Importance Of Building Your Photo Business (ENCORE RECORDING)

Join celebrated photographer Janette Beckman and curator Julie Grahame as they dive into the fundamentals of building your brand and photography business.

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Oct 22021

Keeping It Real: Capturing Life Today

Gain insight into how you can create compelling, realistic images taken from your own life and experiences.

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Sep 262021

Walking Curated Tour Of Prospect Park: My Oasis In Brooklyn

Across 41 years of photographing in Prospect Park, Jamel Shabazz has captured reunion picnics, musicians, races, dog walks, and so much more in the beloved park he calls his “Oasis in Brooklyn.”

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Sep 262021

Unmasking Modern Masculinity With Vanessa Charlot

Challenge the ideas and frequency of notions surrounding black masculinity in an intimate visual series by award-winning photojournalist and documentary photographer, Vanessa Charlot.

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Sep 252021

Behind The Lens Of Joel Meyerowitz

Explore how legendary photographer Joel Meyerowitz captures the beauty of the every day and what inspires him to press the shutter button.

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Sep 192021

The Art Of Pitches & Proposals (ENCORE RECORDING)

Join us in a crash course for tips that cover everything from job searching, responding to proposal requests, crafting the perfect caption and grant submissions, as well as best practices for photo-editing.

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Sep 182021

10 Under 10

Photoville’s 10 Under 10 featuring presentations from The New York Times, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Abrons Arts Center, Magnum Foundation, Pulitzer Center, Indigenous Photo, United Nations Women, Joseph Rodriguez, The Darkroom Masters, and National Geographic featuring live music from Carnegie Hall’s Lullaby Project.

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Sep 182021

Haiti Cultural Exchange Presents Mizik Ayiti! With Malou Beauvoir And James Germain

Haiti Cultural Exchange Presents Mizik Ayiti! with Malou Beauvoir and James Germain!

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Sep 182021

Theatrical Monologue By AnJu Hyppolite And Haiti Cultural Exchange

AnJu, an award-winning actor, writer and educator who works at the intersection of theater arts, technology, and social equity, will read an original poem that speaks to each woman’s exploration of that identity, hers included, and the unearthing that occurred as the women delved into introspection and the interrogation of self.

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Sep 182021

Stunts & Stills Photowalk

Capture movement while chasing light in an action-packed parkour photowalk with Brookyln-based photographer, Ben Franke.

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Sep 182021

Walking Tour With Indigenous Photograph

Put on your walking shoes and your mask, and join the Indigenous Photograph team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Sep 182021

Adobe Meet The Artist: Monaris

Explore Monaris’s Collecting Hands project and join her on a fun and educational photo walk.

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Sep 182021

Stoop Stories: City Kids

City Kids show and tell their Stoop Stories™!

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Sep 182021

The Photographer’s Playdate With Aperture: “Little Me”

Join Aperture for a Photographer’s Playdate with artists Alice Proujansky and Angélica Dass, as they explore with participants the themes of self-portraiture and identity through two photo activities.

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Sep 182021

The Photographer’s Playdate With Aperture: “The Colors We Share”

Join Aperture for a Photographer’s Playdate with artists Alice Proujansky and Angélica Dass, as they explore with participants the themes of self-portraiture and identity through two photo activities.

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Sep 182021

Adobe Meet The Artist: Aundre Larrow

Go deep on Aundre Larrow’s No Moments are Worthless project and join him on a fun and educational photo walk.

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Sep 182021

Fall 2021 Educator Lab: Peer Exchange In The Park

Produced and Hosted by Photoville Education

Proudly supported in partnership by PhotoWings and the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment

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Sep 182021

Dance In Frame Photowalk

Explore how to photograph elegance, grace, and emotion in a photowalk featuring renowned portrait photographer, Mark Mann.

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Sep 182021

Photoville Curated Tour

Put on your walking shoes and your mask, and join the photoville team on a curated tour of the Photoville Festival!

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Sep 182021

Tintype Portrait Booth

Swing by our booth for a portrait session! Your tintype will be a one of a kind, heirloom-quality gift that will last for generations.

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Oct 102020

Reflecting on Culture & Identity: Photography Talk with Deborah Anderson

Join award-winning photographer and film director, Deborah Anderson, as she brings to light the history and culture of the Lakota tribe with her latest body of work, “Women Of The White Buffalo”.

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Oct 42020

Redeveloping Our Narrative Through the Photographic Lens With Ruddy Roye and Devin Allen

Explore today’s important conversations and the moments in between at each focal point. Acclaimed documentary photographers, Ruddy Roye and Devin Allen give us their unique perspectives and the backstory on capturing the shot.

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Oct 42020

Heirlooms/Evidence: A Workshop on Whiteness

Participants will be guided through a series of conversations and hands-on activities that begin to unpack the ways in which our whiteness and privilege function in the world, and in our practice as media-makers.

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Oct 32020

Mobile Photography: Creating Dramatic Black & White Images

Join photographer Lisa Carney to learn how you can easily create B&W photos using just your smartphone.

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Oct 32020

Black Hollywood: Here Before Now

What does today’s Black Hollywood look like through the lens of a seasoned Black photographer?

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Oct 22020

Back to Business: Pitching & Marketing

This session will focus on the art of pitching, website and portfolio editing, and marketing your work.

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Sep 272020

Addressing Trauma: Resilience and Self-Care

This workshop provides an interactive, informal, and guided session around self-care and resilience.

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Sep 272020

Jennifer McClure: On Creating a Visual Diary

Jennifer McClure will speak about her personal work and how she has used photography as an emotional lifeline during this pandemic.

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Sep 272020

Visual Narrative and Your Story

Members of the Visual Thinking Collective will present a workshop geared toward the mid-career photographer. Presentations will focus on building editorial skills and will consider an array of issues, including the elements of the visual narrative, researching and pitching story ideas, exploring your photographic identity, sustaining and editing long-term projects, marketing your abilities, and working with clients.

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Sep 272020

Project Reviews with the Visual Thinking Collective

Visual Thinking Collective members Sarah Leen, Shannon Simon, Lauren Steel, and Elizabeth Krist will critique submitted projects in smaller breakout groups. 24 photographers will be divided into random groups and will have an opportunity to discuss a project with one of the editors, while others in their group listen in.

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Sep 262020

Mobile Photography: Make Your Portraits Pop!

Join Brooklyn-based portrait photographer Aundre Larrow to learn how you can create great portraits using your smartphone.

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Sep 262020

The Power of We

Join us as we highlight the work of We, Women artists, and the vital role the arts can play in social change movements by visualizing issues, attracting attention, connecting change makers, and bridging dialogues.

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Sep 262020

The Gravity of Inclusive Storytelling with Cheriss May

Photographer and Educator Cheriss May shares her experiences, responsibility, and connection to telling the story of national reckoning on race and justice from the lens of a Black woman.

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Sep 252020

Back to Business: Pricing & Negotiations

This session will focus on pricing structures, how to read and interpret contracts, and best practices for business negotiations.

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Sep 252020

INSPIRED LIVE at Photoville

INSPIRED LIVE provides a platform for a unique group of cross-disciplined artists and industry professionals to reveal their sources of inspiration. In these fast-paced, 6-minute presentations, speakers select 15 images which stay on screen for 20 seconds each.

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Sep 202020

Conversation with the Winners of the 2020 ZEKE Award

ZEKE Award winners Kristen Emack, Jason Houston, and Nicoló Filippo Rosso will present their winning projects and discuss their views on the state of documentary photography today.

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Sep 202020

Styling Beyond Instagram: Taking Your Styling Skills from the Square to the Street

How does one become a stylist?

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Sep 202020

How to Visually Define Historic Moments: Brian Bowen Smith

Embark on a visual road trip for a glimpse of a socially distanced country in distress and hope through a visual series by Brian Bowen Smith.

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Sep 192020

Diversity in Visual Storytelling

Explore the unique visual dialogues of our esteemed Leica Women Foto Project 2019 awardees, Debi Cornwall, Yana Paskova and Eva Woolridge, in a multi-dimensional conversation covering topics from gender parity in visual storytelling to the value of a personal project.

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Sep 192020

Mobile Photography: Focus on Food

Join food photographer Bea Lubas to learn how to make mouth-watering food photos using just your smartphone.

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Sep 172020

Connection and Reflection during COVID-19

Students in the Bronx Junior Photo League (BJPL), the Bronx Documentary Center’s (BDC) free documentary storytelling and college success program for 6th through 12th grade students, have been documenting social justice issues and community-based stories since 2013.

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Sep 172020

The Seed of an Idea with Lynn Johnson & Elizabeth Krist

Listen in as internationally recognized, award-winning National Geographic contributing photographer, Lynn Johnson and acclaimed photo editor Elizabeth Krist sit down for a discussion of the projects they have worked on together.

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Sep 102020

Building your Photographic Legacy – A conversation with Jay Cassario

Join Leica Professional Photographer, Jay Cassario as he talks through his photographic journey with Leica.

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Sep 222019

National Geographic: A Year Reflecting on Race and Diversity in America

Featuring: Ismail Ferdous, Wayne Lawrence, Ruddy Roye, Jennifer Pritheeva Samuel, Daniella Zalcman

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Sep 222019

Intentional accidents – The Art of Blended Exposures | Talk with Michael Turek

Learn the method behind creating remarkable blended exposures on film.

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Sep 222019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Lavonne Hall

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Lavonne Hall. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Sep 222019

Daylight Books Fall 2019 Pre-launch and Signing

Daylight is pleased to partner with Photoville for our Fall 2019 pre-launch event. We have some amazing new titles coming out, and our artists will be in town to answer questions and sign books!

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Sep 222019

Shaping Shadows | Photowalk with Alan Schaller

Make compelling visual stories using the shadows of Brooklyn in a light and contrast photowalk with London-based photographer Alan Schaller.

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Sep 222019

From Al Sol to Zoi | Talk with Stella Johnson

Investigate culture, community, and family while learning how to develop lifelong relationships with the people you photograph in an artist talk with Stella Johnson.

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Sep 222019

Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Photoville with UPI Special Projects Producer Krystal Grow

Join United Photo Industries Special Projects Producer Krystal Grow for a behind-the-scenes tour of Photoville, featuring guest appearances by members of the Photoville team.

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Sep 222019

Cyanotypes

Learn the basics of the historic cyanotype process, and make your own images using an assortment of translucent items and the sunlight to expose your prints!

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Sep 222019

Salida Fotografica

¡Únete a nuestro primer taller impartido íntegramente en español! / Join us for our first ever workshop taught entirely in Spanish!

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Sep 212019

Wisdom Anthologies: The Human Connection | Talk with Anne Marie Vivienne

Re-connect with the human experience in an aging feminine perspective of elderhood with Wisdom Anthologies.

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Sep 212019

Getty Images Showcase and Grantwinner Announcement

Featuring: Al Bello, John Moore, Editorial Grantwinners & More

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Sep 212019

Stunts and Stills | Photo Experience with Ben Franke

Capture movement while chasing light with Ben Franke in a parkour photowalk.

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Sep 212019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Jeff Rojas

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Jeff Rojas. Explore the art of photography with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Sep 212019

DUMBO at Dusk: A Low-light Twilight Photography Workshop

Join us for a hands-on workshop photographing the DUMBO neighborhood at sunset!

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Sep 212019

The Photoville Family Funtime Tour

Join Photoville Co-founder Laura Roumanos and her daughter Violet for a family-friendly walking tour.

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Sep 212019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Rob Sylvan

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Rob Sylvan. Explore the art of photography with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Sep 212019

Be Here Now – The Zen Photographic Experience | Photowalk with David Butow

Learn how to simplify the technicalities of photography to build and develop a connection with your subject with photojournalist David Butow.

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Sep 212019

Tour en español con Sol Aramendi del Proyecto Luz

Join Sol Aramendi of Project Luz for a Spanish language tour of Photoville. / Haga un tour en español de Photoville con Sol Aramendi para el Proyecto Luz.

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Sep 212019

The Mini Mash Up

Join us for an afternoon of learning how to draw and collage with artist Cey Adams using the iconic images of Hip-Hop legends made by photographer Janette Beckman! All Ages Welcome!

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Sep 202019

Earthrise Film Screening and Discussion

Featuring: Bill Anders, Frank Borman, Jim Lovell

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Sep 202019

Expose the Night: Long Exposure | Photowalk with Antonio Di Benedetto

Unravel the magic of night photography in an enchanting photowalk along the stunningly lit Brooklyn Bridge Park. Attendees are required to bring their own tripod for long exposure photography.

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Sep 202019

How to Use the Street as Your Studio Photowalk

Capture the delicate expressions and beautiful movements of the human body in dance form against the backdrop of the urban landscape.

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Sep 202019

Documenting Inequality and Climate Change: The Double Threat to Life on Earth

Learn how to sustain your ongoing visual story with New York photographer and curator Rene Perez. In this talk, Rene will analyze how his life-long fascination with the magic hour became a long-term photo project.

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Sep 192019

In Twilight: The Anatomy of a Long-Term Photo Project | Talk with Rene Perez

Learn how to sustain your ongoing visual story with New York photographer and curator Rene Perez. In this talk, Rene will analyze how his life-long fascination with the magic hour became a long-term photo project.

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Sep 192019

Street Photography & The Search of True Love | Photowalk with Doug Menuez

Fall in love with the art of portraiture in a golden hour photowalk with documentary photographer Doug Menuez. Models are on-site.

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Sep 192019

Reflex-tions: Through the Looking-Glass

Reflex-tions, from the mirror’s reflection. A youth exploration of the self through portraiture utilizing pinhole photography, mirrors, and creative writing.

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Sep 192019

Future Imagemakers Present

Young artists from NYU Tisch School of the Arts Future Imagemakers speak out about the power of photography and the issues that are important to them.

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Sep 192019

ICP Community Programs: Teen Storytellers Impacting Change

Current students and alumni from International Center of Photography’s Community Programs will share their images and writing, and reflect on the roles that photography plays in fostering self-confidence, community building, and social change.

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Sep 192019

Bronx Junior Photo League

Bronx Junior Photo League student photographers will discuss their work on environmental justice, homelessness, access to healthy foods, LGBTQI+ activism, and more.

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Sep 192019

Work and Family: Through the Lens

New York City students capture the interplay of work and family in their lives.

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Sep 192019

Segregated by Design

Students from the United Nations International School Human Right Project present their photos and discuss the legacy of redlining and segregation in different zip codes across New York City.

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Sep 152019

Celebrating 50 years of New York Magazine

Featuring: Jody Quon, Harry Benson, Amanda Demme, and Christopher Anderson

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Sep 152019

On Feeling Good: In Conversation with Dr. Deborah Willis and Tyler Mitchell

Join Dr. Deb Willis, Chair of the Department of Photography & Imaging at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, as she interviews photographer Tyler Mitchell, New York University Tisch School of the Arts Film & Television alum. They will discuss his first solo exhibition, I Can Make You Feel Good, and their collective body of work.

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Sep 152019

Color & Contrast | Photowalk with Joe Greer

Explore the hidden gems of Brooklyn Bridge Park in this golden hour photowalk. A selection of Leica cameras and lenses will be available on a first-come, first-served basis for use during this photowalk.

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Sep 152019

Walking Tour of Photoville with Tara Pixley of Authority Collective

Join Tara Pixley, founding member of RECLAIM Photo and Authority Collective, for a guided tour of Photoville.

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Sep 152019

Dance in 35 | Talk with Omar Z. Robles

Challenge yourself to optimize your photographic equipment in a discussion of movement and dance, and learn how to fine tune the most important of your tools – that piece behind your viewfinder.

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Sep 152019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Pei Ketron and ONA

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Pei Ketron. Explore the art of photography with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Sep 152019

Walking Tour of Photoville with Adama Delphine Fawundu

Join photographer, visual artist, and curator Adama Delphine Fawundu for a guided tour of Photoville.

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Sep 152019

Flower Pounding and Natural Printmaking

Join us for an afternoon of flower pounding and print making using natural elements from our very own Brooklyn Bridge Park! All Ages Welcome!!

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Sep 152019

Frame to Table: A Tabletop Styling and Photography Workshop

Learn how to finally get that Instagram-worthy shot of your dinner party table using products from West Elm!

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Sep 152019

Framing Fame | Talk with @iamsuede

Discover how a concert photographer blends into the scene to capture candid moments of his celebrity subjects.

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Sep 142019

Up Close & Personal with Modern Day Photojournalism | Talk with David Butow

Unravel the techniques of capturing emotional visual stories without intruding on your subjects. Learn how to get close to your subject without impacting visual expressions.

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Sep 142019

An Evening With The New York Times

Featuring: Malin Fezehai, Stephen Hiltner, Walter Thompson-Hernández, Joanna Nikas, Kathy Ryan, Jessica Dimson, Philip Montgomery, Elizabeth Bick, and the work of Don Hogan Charles.

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Sep 142019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Rob Sylvan

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Rob Sylvan. Explore the art of photography with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Sep 142019

School’s In Session: A Guided Tour of New Student Work at Photoville

Meet young artists and see new work from students enrolled in, or recently graduated from, photography schools and programs exhibiting at Photoville 2019!

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Sep 142019

Seeing the World Through a Small Lens: A Camera Phone Workshop

Join us for a workshop dedicated to exploring the cameras we carry right in our pockets! We all have great cameras with us wherever we go, but how many of us use them to their fullest potential?

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Sep 142019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Aundre Larrow

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Aundre Larrow. Explore the art of photography with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Sep 142019

Monochrom Magic | Photowalk With Mat Rick

Sharpen your creative edge as you explore the world of black and white photograph.

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Sep 142019

EMERGI-CUBES Walking Tour with James Estrin

Join James Estrin of The New York Times for a tour of Photoville’s EMERGI-CUBES project, featuring the work of nine up-and-coming, young photographers from around the world.

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Sep 142019

Game Changers: A Sports Photography Workshop

Spend time on the basketball courts and soccer fields improving your action shots with hands-on techniques used by top sports photographers!

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Sep 142019

Zine Making

Drop by the family activity tent and make your own zine using recycled magazine and folding techniques!

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Sep 132019

Creativity and Imagination to Occupy the Future | Talk with Sheila Pree Bright

Discover how acclaimed photographic artist Sheila Pree Bright integrates her creativity and imagination to analyze complex social issues through visual narratives that are shaping our world.

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Sep 132019

OPENING NIGHT: FOR FREEDOMS TOWN HALL featuring the Resistance Revival Chorus

Featuring: For Freedoms, Resistance Revival Chorus

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Sep 132019

Printing for Improvement, Preservation & Profit | Talk with Eric Luden & Andrea Zocchi

Examine how fine printing can indulge with artistic practices with industry leaders Digital Silver Imaging.

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Sep 132019

Inspiration vs. Influence | Talk with Jason Roman

Discover how to effectively use YouTube to grow your personal brand and to connect with your audience. Explore the benefits of building a strong visual identity and how to use YouTube to empower creativity.

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Sep 132019

Rethinking Photobook Funding Models

Learn how to fund your own photography book with Kickstarter, and get inspiration from photographers who successfully got their projects off the ground!

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Sep 122019

From the Streets of New York to the Printed Page

Go from print to published in a talk with Street Photographer Phil Penman as he discusses the process involved with the making of his debut book “STREET”.

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Sep 122019

In the Zone | Photowalk with Phil Cuenco

Apply different ways of thinking to optimize your zone focusing experience with Leica Akademie Instructor Philip Cuenco on this technical photowalk. This photowalk is perfect for M-owners or photographers interested in experiencing the Leica M-System and its vast lens portfolio.

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May 52019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Ford Lowcock

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Ford Lowcock. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you-your phone.

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May 52019

Behind-the-Scenes Walking Tour with Katie Hollander and Laura Roumanos

Join Laura Roumanos and Katie Hollander for a behind-the-scenes tour of Photoville, featuring guest appearances by members of the team including the master behind all the container stacking and logistics!

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May 52019

Modern Tintype

Wet plate tintype portraits by local artists Michael Chylinsku and Brian Cuyler at the special price of $75 just for Photoville LA guests!

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May 52019

Seeing the World Through a Small Lens: A Camera Phone Workshop

Join us for our first-ever workshop dedicated to exploring the cameras we carry right in our pockets! We all have great cameras with us wherever we go, but how many of us use them to their fullest potential?

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May 52019

Photoville Scavenger Hunt Challenge

In this activity we will transform photographs into puzzle pieces by way of mysterious images and enigmatic locations. Every image will create a clue that adds to an immersive experience as we collectively generate the treasure trail.

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May 42019

AN EVENING CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF THE ESPN BODY ISSUE

Join ESPN Photographers, Editors and very special guests for an evening you will never forget! ESPN The Magazine’s BODY Issue was born in October of 2009 with a singular mission: to celebrate the incredible power of the athletic form.

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May 42019

Walking Tour with Aline Smithson

Join Aline Smithson, artist and editor-in-chief of Lenscratch, as she leads a tour of her top exhibitions at Photoville LA.

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May 42019

Intimate Portraiture

Join artist and activist Muna Malik as she hosts a workshop on portrait photography and discusses how photographers can use their practice to bridge cultural divides and cultivate greater inclusion and awareness of vulnerable and underrepresented communities.

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May 42019

Go Unnoticed: Street Photography Photowalk with Mathieu Bitton

Find the unusual in the ordinary with photographer as you go undercover in a street photography photowalk with photographer Mathieu Bitton.

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May 42019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Pei Ketron

Please join Adobe on an educational 90 minute Photo Walk led by Pei Ketron. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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May 42019

Keepin’ It Simple Photowalk with Lauren Koplowitz

Life’s complicated; let Lauren Koplowitz show you how slowing down & seeing beauty where others many not can create meaningful photos from the mundane.

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May 42019

Image + Imagination: Creating Characters with the Camera

Join Mimi Haddon and Aline Smithson for a workshop that celebrates play and imagination. Both instructors have a photographic legacy of considering the performative nature of photography by using costumes and props to create new realities.

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May 42019

Camera Petting Zoo and Art Stamping

Join photographer and educator Mary Mayer for an afternoon of exploring various classic cameras.

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May 32019

AN EVENING WITH LA TIMES PHOTOGRAPHERS

Los Angeles Times photographers discuss the challenges of covering the West Coast on multiple fronts – the crisis on the Mexico border, the devastating California wildfires, the increasing homeless population in the Los Angeles area and the Hollywood Industry.

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May 32019

Elements of a Visual Art: A Narrative Photowalk with Mynxii White

Push your creativity to make compelling imagery that stands out from the rest in a unique photowalk with photographer, film maker, and makeup artist Mynxii White.

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May 32019

Complimentary Portfolio Reviews with Leica Gallery LA Curator Paris Chong

Have your portfolio reviewed by Leica Gallery Manager and Curator Paris Chong at the Leica Pavilion.

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May 22019

An Evening with Lynsey Addario & John Moore

Join us as two celebrated Photojournalists sit down for a conversation about their impactful work traversing the globe from the current humanitarian crises in Syria to U.S. Mexico immigrant crossings during the Trump administration.

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May 22019

Leica Photographers Guide to the Galaxy: A Photowalk with Andrew Stuart x Pete Halvorsen

Pete and Andrew will lead a walk along The Avenue of the Stars to the Century City Mall, and create a photo assignment to help extend your eye and street photography skills.

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May 22019

#YOURTURN

For the purposes of #YOURTURN students have used the medium of photography to cross the external physical borders in the city of Los Angeles and identify the borders created within themselves.

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May 22019

Between: Long-term Personal Projects

Panelists will present and discuss their projects, which range from: coming of age as an LGBTQ person, escaping domestic violence, and a young person growing up on the cusp of two cultures, Oaxacan and American.

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May 22019

Esta Soy Yo, Self-Exploration through Photography

Hear from teen photographers featured in the Esta Soy Yo exhibition at Photoville Los Angeles and join a conversation on understanding identity, learning photography, and affirming the importance of creative expression.

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May 22019

Get to Know Yourself and the World via Street Photography

Hear from our featured middle-school students who have learned the skills of Street Photography as a way to know their world, and the world around them, better.

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Apr 282019

Inspired Live at Photoville LA

Inspired Live provides a platform for a unique group of cross-disciplined artists and industry professionals to reveal their sources of inspiration.

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Apr 282019

On-stage with Ricky Powell

Join us at Photoville LA where we celebrate legendary New York street photographer Ricky Powell for a intimate conversation about his iconic images from the Golden Era of hip-hop.

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Apr 282019

Walking Tour with Mengwen Cao, Authority Collective

Tour Photoville with Mengwen Cao, artist and co-curator of the exhibition by Authority Collective, a group of womxn, femmes, trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming people of color reclaiming their authority in the photography, film, VR/AR industries.

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Apr 282019

Bruce W. Talamon: Soul R&B Funk Photographers 1972-1982

A conversation with Bruce T. Talamon on a decade-long project celebrating Soul, R&B, and Funk.

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Apr 282019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Lauren Randolph

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Lauren Randolph. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Apr 282019

Past Tense: California

Past Tense: California is the first project from the archival storytelling project of The New York Times.

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Apr 282019

The Art of Storytelling Photowalk with Leica Akademie Instructor Philip Cuenco

Discover the elements of storytelling and learn how to apply it to photography with Leica Akademie Instructor Philip Cuenco in a photowalk designed to ignite your creativity.

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Apr 282019

Walking Tour with Carolyn Cole, The Los Angeles Times

Join staff photographer Carolyn Cole as she leads a tour of California Calamities: A State of Emergency, as well as the 5 photographers to watch selected by The Los Angeles Times Photography Department.

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Apr 282019

Photography and Social Media

Sharing photos via social media is becoming the norm for photographers, but how do you effectively shoot, select, and edit for social media?

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Apr 282019

Controversy and the Art of the Image

Melanie Pullen’s talk will cover the taboo subjects that she explores in her work, including the self-imposed boundaries that she adheres to when delving into controversial subject matters and series.

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Apr 282019

Natural Ink and Mushroom Paper with Think Space Collective

This family activity will demonstrate step by step, how to make paper from mushrooms and recycled materials including dried flowers and newspapers.

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Apr 282019

TYPECAST Photo Shoot

This event is designed for actors of color who are interested in being photographed twice; once in the role they tend to get typecast, and again in their idea of a “dream” role.

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Apr 272019

AN EVENING WITH THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC: STORYTELLING THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Join National Geographic’s award-winning photographers and editors as they discuss how they build relationships to create impactful visually led storytelling.

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Apr 272019

Depth of Shadows: Understanding Harsh Light & Shadows Photowalk with Stephen Vanasco

Learn how to use harsh light to add depth to your photos through shadows in a photowalk with photographer Stephen Vanasco.

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Apr 272019

Walking Tour with Vikki Tobak & Janette Beckman

Join curator Vikki Tobak and photographer Janette Beckman as they share their exhibitions Contact High and The Mash Up, and visit many of their other favorites around Photoville LA.

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Apr 272019

East Side Stories: Journey towards Justice, Past and Present

Join Joseph Rodríguez, Ruben Martinez, Dr. Jesse De La Cruz, and Rubén Martínez for a powerful educational discussion on gang violence, juvenile justice and re-entry into Los Angeles communities.

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Apr 272019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Chris Orwig

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Chris Orwig. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Apr 272019

Safety in Focus: The US/Mexico Border

This panel will use coverage of the US/Mexico border as a case study to delve deeply into the issues photographers face while trying to work safely and effectively.

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Apr 272019

Adobe Mobile Photo Walk with Pei Ketron

Please join Adobe on an educational 90-minute Photo Walk led by Pei Ketron. Explore the art of shooting with the camera you always have with you–your phone.

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Apr 272019

Abstract City Photowalk with Matthew Nordman × Jenae Lien

Challenge your creativity to make photos unique to your visual signature.

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Apr 272019

Walking Tour with Jacqueline Bates, The California Sunday Magazine

Join Jacqueline Bates, photography director of The California Sunday Magazine as as she leads a tour of Photoville LA.

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Apr 272019

#Thisis18

Join us for a discussion of #ThisIs18 an exhibition featuring photographs of girls aged 18 around the world.

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Apr 272019

MashUp: A Family Workshop Hosted by Artist Cey Adams and Photographer Janette Beckman

Join us for an afternoon of learning how to draw and collage with artist Cey Adams using the iconic images of Hip-Hop legends made by photographer Janette Beckman!

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Apr 272019

MFON Presents: Altar: Prayer, Ritual, Offerings

A panel discussion moderated by MFON co-founders Laylah Amatullah Barryan and Adama Delphine Fawundu will feature contributing photographers sharing perspectives on photography and spirituality.

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Apr 272019

Esta Soy Yo — This Is Me: A Self Portraits Workshop

Las Fotos Project’s teen photographers welcome you to bring your full self and join this interactive self-portrait making workshop.

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Apr 272019

Weaving Light and Memory: Plant Cyanotypes

In this family activity we will explore what plants have to teach us about migration, borders and our diverse identities utilizing a cyanotype photographic process.

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Apr 262019

An Evening With Contact High

Join us for an evening celebrating the visual legacy and power of Hip-Hop.

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Apr 262019

‘Seeing with your Heart. Photographing with your Mind’ Photowalk with Bil Brown

Infuse the beauty of poetry and emotion with photography in a photowalk with photographer and artist Bil Brown.

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Sep 232018

Color and Composure Photowalk

Find your visual identity, and discover your creative process in a photowalk with Joe Greer, in partnership with ONA.

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Sep 232018

Leica Storytellers: The Art of Analog

Fall in love with film photography in this digital era, and find out why Stephen Vanasco chooses to create with both film and digital by understanding each as their own medium.

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Sep 232018

Pursuing Long Term Projects and Books

Join Harvey Stein in a fast-paced talk about pursuing long term projects and turning them into the most meaningful and long-lasting venue: a book. He will show and discuss images from his newly published book, “Mexico Between Life and Death,” and describe some of his techniques to help you get your book published.

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Sep 222018

#WitnessBrooklyn Photowalk

From Brooklyn’s back alleys to its shadowed side streets, witness the city with a new perspective in an exciting photowalk with 13th Witness.

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Sep 222018

Leica Storytellers: The Power of Print

Discover the importance of bringing your photography to life through prints with Stephen Vanasco.

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Sep 222018

Leica Storytellers: The Chronicles of the Evolving Photographer

With over a decade of working multiple high-profile celebrity events, learn why Philip Cuenco made the jump from DSLR to rangefinder. Philip will speak about his successes, failures and his continuous adaptation to new imaging technologies, adapting to demands from the social media world while still balancing his own passions and continuously growing as an artist.

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Sep 222018

On Assignment: Fashion Photography in the Real World

Develop skills and confidence on set through productive teamwork and dedicated feedback sessions, and discover what it takes to make it in fashion photography today.

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Sep 222018

On the Streets with Andre D. Wagner

Get up close and personal with New York City street photographer, Andre Wagner. He will discuss his work, process, and hold a conversation about using the street as an open studio.

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Sep 222018

Women Photograph Workshop @ Photoville

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Sep 212018

What makes a Portrait a Portrait?

Dive deep into the art of portraiture with Mark Mann to find the balance between self-expression as the photographer and authenticity in the sitter during this hands-on portrait shoot at the Leica Pavilion, in partnership with Loculars.

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Sep 212018

Capturing Light Photowalk

Surround yourself in shades of gold in the beautiful city of Brooklyn during a sunset photowalk with Mat Rick, in partnership with ONA.

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Sep 212018

Camera Talk with Kishore Sawh

Explore the disconnect between emotion and tech in photography and how ‘experience & romance’ will define the next generation of cameras.

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Sep 202018

Leica Storytellers: Modern Day Photojournalism

Africa Bureau Chief for VICE News, Jackson Fager, shares his journey from his most recent trip to Democratic Republic of Congo, covering Catch Fetish, also known as Voodoo Wrestling. Witness lighthearted moments of a war-torn country through the lens of the Leica SL, and discover how the evolution of photojournalism impacts your visual stories.

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Sep 202018

The Emotional Journey of Photographing a Face Transplant

Join Maggie and Lynn’s experience documenting the emotional two and a half year journey of Katie Stubblefield, the youngest face transplant patient in the U.S.

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Sep 202018

“The Geography of Hate” Talk

Immerse yourself in a visual story like no other with Lynn Johnson. In 2000 Lynn began documenting the places where extreme acts of violence took place in the United States for Master’s degree thesis at the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University.

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Sep 162018

Expose the Night: Long Exposure Photowalk

Unravel the magic of night photography in an enchanting photowalk along the stunningly lit Brooklyn Bridge Park. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own tripod for long exposure photography.

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Sep 162018

DUMBO at Dusk: A Low-light Twilight Photography Workshop

In partnership with the International Center of Photography (ICP), and taught by award-winning and internationally exhibited photographer Lynn Saville, this four hour photography workshop introduces students to the fundamentals of taking photographs at twilight.

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Sep 162018

Leica Storytellers: A Longer View

Witness the beauty and demise of nature seen through the eyes of D. Randall Blythe, as he speaks about the devastating environmental shortsightedness that has been the hallmark of human expansion in the modern age. Blythe’s images of resistance against the currently daunting scenario give us a sliver of hope.

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Sep 162018

Daylight Books Fall 2018 Launch

Daylight is pleased to team up with Photoville to present a launch and book signing location for our Fall 2018 titles! Located in the Photoville Beer Garden and featuring six new books, the artists will be on hand to sign books and answer questions!

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Sep 162018

Light, Landscape and Leica Photowalk

Explore DUMBO through the lens of a Leica and create stunning stills using natural light with Pei Ketron.

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Sep 162018

Place Makers: A Tabletop Styling and Photography Workshop

Build a photo-worthy place setting from the ground up with the guidance of tabletop and prop stylist Robin Zachary, and photographer and food stylist Kate Lewis, against the added bonus of a West Elm backdrop.

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Sep 152018

Leica Storytellers: Prophet over Profit

Unveil visual stories of a cathartic journey, told through an unfiltered lens by Ryan Muirhead, in partnership with ONA.

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Sep 152018

Stunts and Stills Photowalk

Capture movement with Ben Franke and the Leica SL in an action-filled parkour photowalk.

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Sep 152018

Game Changers: A Sports Photography Workshop

Improve your sports photography by learning the techniques used by top sports photographers to capture peak action and images with emotion.

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Sep 152018

Chance Encounters and Public Places: A Street Photography Workshop

Join Meryl Meisler and Tequila Minsky for an afternoon of exploring and practicing street photography.

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Sep 142018

Leica Storytellers: Merging Art & Commerce To Feed My Soul And My Family

Learn strategies on selling work without selling your soul with renowned photographer Doug Menuez. Jump into the mind of Doug Menuez as he shares his experience of connecting timeless storytelling and commercial advertising to create meaningful moments in photography.

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Sep 142018

From Portrait to Pier: Capturing the Essence of the Sea

Break away from traditional landscapes, and learn how to create rich seascapes while capturing movement of silky waves with EJ Camp.

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Sep 142018

PhotoShelter Presents #CameraEatsFirst

Don’t miss the chance to enter PhotoShelter’s food photography Instagram contest — stop by their pop-up booth, #CameraEatsFirst where they’ll have fun props and pro lighting to capture your food truck finds. Every person who enters (21+) will receive a beer voucher, and you might even win a PhotoShelter account or a custom designed t-shirt.

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Sep 142018

The Rents Eats First: Housing Injustice in NYC

For millions throughout the US, the experience of affordable, stable and adequate housing is precarious at best. Homelessness, eviction, displacement, harassment, overcrowding and disrepair are increasingly common experiences.

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Sep 142018

Bronx Junior Photo League

The Bronx Junior Photo League (BJPL) is a free after-school photography and journalism program serving middle through high school students at the Bronx Documentary Center, a non-profit gallery and educational space in the South Bronx.

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Sep 142018

ICP Community Programs: Teen Storytellers Impacting Change

ICP’s Community Partnerships and Teen Academy together serve over 900 young people throughout the city each year by developing their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking.

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Sep 142018

NYU Future Imagemakers

Students from the 2018 workshop will discuss their work in this panel moderated by Lorie Novak, Professor of Photography & Imaging and Founder & Director of Future Imagemakers and Makeda Flood, a senior in the Department of Photography & Imaging and one of Future Imagemakers teachers.

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Sep 142018

The Power of Pink

In this photography series we are excited to share the work of the young women photographers from Club Balam in Chiapas, Mexico, Las Fotos Project in Los Angeles, California, A VOICE-(Art Vision & Outreach In Community Education) from the Two Eagle River School on the Flathead Reservation in Montana, and work from our own photography program.

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Sep 142018

The Geometry of Death and Re-Birth

X-Posure intern photographers present their second photo project, “The Geometry of Death and Re-Birth”. Each photographer explores their diverse and intersecting identities as an act of self-representation and advocacy.

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Sep 142018

Postcards from Brownsville: Photographing Community

Students will present their collaborative project, “Postcards from Brownsville” and discuss how their photographs can impact insider and outside perceptions of their community.

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Sep 132018

No Plan B: The Talk

Learn about life on the road as an assignment photographer and the nuances of working at a large media company in this fun and lighthearted talk with renowned photographer David Carol.

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Sep 132018

People, Portraits and Places Photowalk

Master the art of environmental portraiture using Brooklyn as your backdrop in a golden hour photowalk with Jose “Tutes” Tutiven, in partnership with ONA.

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Sep 132018

Penumbra TinType Sessions

The Penumbra Foundation will set up a tintype booth at the 2018 Photoville festival.

Considered by many to be the Polaroid of the 19th century, the tintype is made almost instantaneously through a process that uses hand poured chemicals on an enameled sheet of metal. Tintypes, often found today in near original condition, were passed down as family heirlooms and valued for their time-tested archival stability.

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Sep 242017

Shoot Leica New Yorker: Photowalk with Rob McCarthy

Learn the fundamentals of photography with Rob McCarthy as he takes you on a tour of Brooklyn.

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Sep 242017

Placemakers: A Product Photography and Tablescapes Workshop

Build a photo-worthy place setting from the ground up with the guidance of prop stylist Robin Zachary and photographer Richard Gary, against the added bonus of a West Elm backdrop!

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Sep 232017

Huawei Photo Hunt

You’re invited to join us in an exciting Scavenger Hunt! Leica Camera USA will provide a list of 10 items for participants to photograph at Photoville with a loaner Huawei Mate9.

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Sep 232017

Action Photography with Pep Williams

Dive into action with Pep Williams as he takes you on a skateboard and action shoot where you’ll learn how to capture speed and composition in your photography.

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Sep 232017

Women Photograph + ONA Workshop

This inaugural one-day workshop for female and non-binary photographers by the new Women Photograph initiative will involve skills-building talks on a wide array of issues ranging from the importance of registering your copyright to hands-on technical demonstrations on lighting. Experts will also be on hand for one-on-one sessions on book editing, grant proposal writing, portfolio reviews, and more.

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Sep 232017

Voice and Vision: How To Shoot Your Truth

In this special workshop, photographer, documentarian, and co-founder of VII photo agency Ron Haviv offers insights and practical tools to develop a distinct voice and visual style.

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Sep 222017

Expose the Night: Long Exposure Photography with Antonio DiBenedetto

Join us for an exciting nighttime photo in an opportunity to learn how to shoot long exposure photography with Antonio DiBenedetto.

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Sep 212017

Golden Hour Photowalk with Mat Rick

Experience the beauty of golden hour under the Brooklyn Bridge while learning how to photograph in low light settings on an exciting photowalk with Mat Rick in partnership with ONA Bags.

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Sep 172017

POV Presents: Cameraperson & Two Towns of Jasper

POV is proud to partner with Photoville to present the screening of compelling clips from the acclaimed films, CAMERAPERSON and TWO TOWNS OF JASPER.

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Sep 172017

LIVE at Photoville, powered by PechaKucha

Join us for a fast-paced presentation by a unique group of cross-disciplined artists as they reveal their sources of creativity.

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Sep 172017

The Art of Visual Deception with Irakly Shanidze and the Leica SL

Join an in-depth discussion about the truth in our photographs with Irakly Shanidze.

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Sep 172017

Scene Stealers: A Street Photography Workshop

Back by popular demand, award-winning photojournalist Spencer Platt will guide students through the art and practice of street photography in this hands-on workshop.

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Sep 172017

Game Changers: A Sports Photography Workshop

Led by Getty Images Staff photographer Elsa Garrison and ESPN Senior Photo Editor Julianne Varacchi, students will have an opportunity to not only shoot live and on location, but to gain feedback and advice from successful photographers and editors working in the wide world of sports.

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Sep 162017

ESPN Presents: Vivid

We explore the lives, trials and triumphs of some of the world’s greatest athletes, from the cover of our magazine to our digital platforms.

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Sep 162017

Contact High: Hip-Hop’s Iconic Photographs and Visual Culture

Contact High will host a conversation with legendary photographers Janette Beckman, Barron Claiborne, Brian Cross and Ernie Paniccioli exploring the creative process and behind-the-scenes look at the making of the imagery that shaped hip-hop.

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Sep 162017

WATERBOMBS!

Draw your swords! A hysterical water balloon gladiator show with comic antics, flying water balloons, and loud opera music. Using no words, the ultimate for the ultimate visual storytellers, Seth and Christina deliver a gut-busting, interactive show that has thrilled crowds in 22 countries. An audience and press favorite around the globe. Great for all ages.

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Sep 162017

Soul Seekers: A No Frills Portraiture Workshop

In this no-nonsense approach to classic portraiture, photographer Josh Lehrer will cover the main principles of portrait photography, including the four basic angles of lighting.

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Sep 162017

View Masters: A Concept Development Workshop

What makes a compelling photograph? Why are some concepts difficult to express visually? How can photographers introduce complex ideas into their work in coherent and captivating ways?

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Sep 162017

Penumbra TinType Sessions

Each tintype session will take 15-20 minutes to shoot and develop the image, and approximately one additional hour before the plate is ready to take home. Those interested can come to our booth and sign up for a time slot.

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Sep 162017

ICP Community Programs: Teen Storytellers Impacting Change

ICP’s Community Partnerships and Teen Academy together serve over 900 young people throughout the city each year by developing their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing and public speaking. Current students and alumni from these programs will share their images and writing, and reflect on the roles that photography plays in fostering self-confidence, community building and social change.

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Sep 162017

Labs School Community Program Panel

Students at Red Hook Labs School will present their work created during this year’s Youth Career and Youth Summer Program sessions.

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Sep 162017

Photos as Tools for Social Justice

Throughout July 2017, students from UNIS and KIPP College Prep in the Bronx took part in the UNIS Human Rights Project, a photojournalism program for high school students sponsored by UNIS and the EE Ford Foundation.

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Sep 162017

Bronx Documentary Center Junior Photo League

Students from the Bronx Junior Photo League (BJPL) — the Bronx Documentary Center’s after-school documentary photography program — will share the work they created for “Journeys: Immigration Stories,” on view at Photoville.

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Sep 162017

The LGBT Center: Nothing About Us, Without Us

X-Posure student photographers present their first photo project, “The Essence of Here,” in which participants explore their diverse and intersecting identities as an act of self-representation and advocacy. Through the use of imagery and spoken word, they will delve into the poetic visual stories that speak on their experiences as LGBTQ+ youth. In the spirit of “nothing about us, without us,” youth will speak on the importance of having the agency to tell their own stories.

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Sep 162017

JustArts: Beyond the Simple Selfie

Students from the Red Hook Community Justice Center and the Brownsville Community Justice Center’s Summer Photography Program share what they’ve learned about controlling their own visual narratives and going beyond the simple selfie.

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Sep 162017

Future Imagemakers Speak Out

Students from the 2017 NYU Future Imagemakers workshop will discuss how they use photography to tell their stories and address social justice issues in a panel moderated by Lorie Novak, Professor of Photography & Imaging and Founder & Director of Future Imagemakers.

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Sep 162017

Huawei Photo Hunt

You’re invited to join us in an exciting Scavenger Hunt! Leica Camera USA will provide a list of 10 items for participants to photograph at Photoville with a loaner Huawei Mate9.

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Sep 152017

An Evening with The New York Times

Join New York Times photographers and editors as they share highlights from our photographic coverage of some of the year’s most visually powerful stories.

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Sep 152017

Space Invaders: Getting Up Close and Personal with Donato DiCamillo

Learn how to shoot intimate portraits of strangers with Donato DiCamillo. He’ll guide you on how to get close to your subject without anxiety and fear.

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Sep 152017

A Conversation with Deb Willis & Brendan Wattenberg

In this conversation, Deborah Willis speaks with Brendan Wattenberg, managing editor of Aperture Magazine, about the iconic images central to Willis’s career, tracing themes of representation and beauty in historic archives, photojournalism, fashion, and fine art photography from the nineteenth century to the present.

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Sep 152017

Creativity & Collaboration: How a Campaign Comes to Life

Panelists Aidan Sullivan, CEO of Verbatim; Lauren Steel, Visual Director of Verbatim; and filmmaker and photographer Gillian Laub will discuss how they worked together to produce powerful, award- winning content with integrity, plus how the creative process evolved from start to finish.

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Sep 152017

Developing a Signature Photography Brand

Photo editors and creative directors are constantly looking for photographers with a signature style and brand. But how do you develop them?

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Sep 152017

Getting More Money From Existing Work

In this panel, we’ll be joined by photographers who think outside the box when it comes to making extra cash from their photography — ideas like limited edition prints, online shops, image resale, magazines, and more.

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Sep 152017

Women at the Forefront: A Push for An Even Playing Field

The photo industry has been dominated by men for years, but never before have women’s voices been stronger. In this panel, we’ll be joined by creatives who are pushing to help female photographers share their work and their stories.

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Sep 152017

The Big Mistakes Photographers Make

Sacha Lecca, Deputy Photo Editor at Rolling Stone magazine, will talk with Jennifer Santana, Photo Director at Men’s Journal, photographers Joe McNally, Amy Lombard and Mathieu Young to hear how they’ve conquered business obstacles, plus their best advice for those just starting out.

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Sep 142017

New York Magazine Presents: The 43-Day Fashion Shoot

To celebrate New York Fashion week, Photoville is partnering with New York Magazine and their Director of Photography Jody Quon in a discussion about the magazine’s history and approach to fashion. The talk will feature Holly Andres’ “The 43-Day Fashion Shoot,” a photo portfolio commissioned by the magazine, which sent Andres around the nation to meet American women and their Americas, dressing them in some of the season’s clothing.

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Sep 142017

Street Portraits with Jose Tutiven

Explore the streets of DUMBO with Tutes and his Leica M in partnership with ONA bags. During this photowalk, Tutes will share tips and techniques on how to capture street photography while adding your own creative touches.

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Sep 132017

OPENING NIGHT with Talking Eyes Media’s Newest Americans

“Newest Americans” reaches across media formats: documentary film, photography, fiction and nonfiction essays, podcasting and interactive storytelling.

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Sep 132017

Capturing Movement with Parkour photographer Ben Franke

Join Ben Franke in a thrilling discussion on how to capture in-action photography. Ben will teach you the technicalities of how to photograph movement and balance while keeping your subject in focus.

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Sep 252016

Inception to Perfection: Making a Photo Book

Daylight has gathered some of its new artists to discuss the various facets that go toward packaging photo projects into book form. The panel will feature short presentations led by artists, followed by a discussion with Daylight’s Creative Director about the specifics of creating a photo book: editing and sequencing, cover treatments, and other design considerations.

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Sep 252016

Aftermath: What the Legacy of Inequality Looks Like

The Economic Hardship Reporting Project presents a discussion with four of our video grantees about the process of making visual works that address important American aftermath issues, including: the Great Migration of African Americans from the South to the North; urban neglect; and the cultural conflict over abortion sparked by Roe v. Wade.

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Sep 252016

PDN’s 30: Advice for Emerging Photographers from Emerging Photographers

Photographers featured in PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers will explain how they got their work seen and noticed, and offer advice on how to share, promote and get support for personal projects.

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Sep 252016

The Beauty of Uncertainty — A Street Photography Workshop

Photojournalism is not simply the act of taking pictures, but a way of demanding more from life, and in this workshop, award-winning photojournalist Spencer Platt will guide students through the art and practice of street photography.

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Sep 252016

The Art of Street Photography with Richard Bram

Join photographer Richard Bram for a special talk, Q&A, and book signing of his new book, featuring 10 years of images from the streets of New York.

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Sep 252016

Memory in the Time of Disposable Imagery

This panel with Haviv and professor/cultural critic Lauren Walsh explores the instability of memory in the age of instantaneous, disposable imagery. Platforms like Snapchat permit an ephemerality that shapes how we use pictures, making them more of an “in-the- moment” language than a record of our past. How will we remember our today in the future?

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Sep 252016

Big Games and Big Shots — A Sports Photography Workshop

This is a BYOC (bring-your-own-camera) workshop that will meet for a brief intro and slideshow session at the United Photo Industries Gallery before heading out to the sports fields and courts of Brooklyn Bridge Park. The workshop also includes an (optional) wrap-up session and casual group critique, where students can share the work they shot and get feedback from instructors and workshop peers.

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Sep 252016

Diverse Voices in the Media

With this panel discussion, we aim to provide the audience with a better understanding of how and why the lack of diverse voices in the media leads to “outsiders” being tasked with documenting communities other than their own.

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Sep 252016

Picture This: ESPN Storytellers

Live storytelling inspired by iconic sports photos. ESPN uses photography to accompany games and stories, but oftentimes a photograph comes first and inspires an incredible narrative. Storytellers from across ESPN share original pieces born from a single image.

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Sep 252016

Sunrise Printstameet

Join the Street Dreams Magazine team as they host a special edition #SunriseMarauders photo meet in celebration of this year’s Photoville festival!

Come meet up with some of New York’s brightest photographers for a morning of creative collaboration and epic views as we capture NYC in all its early morning glory.

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Sep 242016

Passion Before Profit: The Importance of Loving What You Do

Building confidence in your passion for photography as a means to success.

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Sep 242016

Working in Local Communities

Community art projects, both large and small, can become vehicles for social change. Artists discuss their longterm projects, how they began, how they involve their communities, and what advice they have for other artists who wish to engage their own communities in art projects. Panelists will discuss projects on local communities and the impacts they’ve had, far and wide.

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Sep 242016

Images of Africa: Lessons Learned from Media Coverage of Crises

At the height of the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa, there was intense global media coverage — much of it focused on international aid efforts. The media was criticized for depicting Africans as silent victims, ignoring the many citizens who mobilized to fight the epidemic. What role can media play in conveying a more nuanced and multifaceted view?

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Sep 242016

Moving Pictures — An Introduction to DSLR Video

The workshop is geared toward still photographers who want to broaden their skills and produce video in addition to stills, and will focus on the mechanics of shooting video with a DSLR, including sequencing, audio and story selection.

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Sep 242016

“Finding Your Visual Identity in a Digital World” with Ralph Gibson

Followed by a book signing 3:00PM – 4:00PM

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Sep 242016

The Making of ESPN’s Body Issue

Eight years ago, ESPN the Magazine’s Body Issue set out with one mission: to celebrate and explore the athletic form through powerful images and interviews. Today, the issue’s cornerstone photo portfolio is one of the most highly anticipated releases of the summer. Our panelists will take you behind the scenes to discuss how the issue comes together, and the creative process of working with world-class professional athletes at their most vulnerable.

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Sep 242016

Art Education and the Uses of Photography

Panelists will discuss the role of higher education in contemporary photography. How does the photographic practice relate to visual arts, literature, film, and journalism? How do educators keep up with technological developments? How does social media activism interact with photography education? What are some of the approaches to different techniques and materials? What role does photographic history and tradition play in today’s classroom? Special thanks to Rick Schatzberg for conceiving this panel.

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Sep 242016

An Informal Guide to the Formal Portrait

This is a BYOC (bring-your-own-camera) workshop that will meet at Brooklyn Central in DUMBO. The workshop also includes an (optional) wrap-up session and casual group critique, where students can share the work they shot and get feedback from instructors and workshop peers.

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Sep 242016

See the Bigger Picture: Defining Your Style as a Photographer in the Digital Age

Explore the art of photography through four unique perspectives unified by a legendary rangefinder camera: the Leica M.

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Sep 242016

The EyeEm Photo Adventure: From Governor’s Island to Photoville

Come join us as we make the journey from Governor’s Island to this year’s Photoville Exhibition! Through ferry rides, a walk around the beautiful Governor’s Island, and onto Photoville in Brooklyn, photojournalist and EyeEm photographer Patrick Kolts will be giving us tips and tricks on how to document the world around us in unique ways.

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Sep 242016

ICP Community Programs: Teen Storytellers Impacting Change

ICP’s Community Partnerships and Teen Academy together serve more than 900 young people throughout the city each year by developing their knowledge of photography, critical thinking, writing, and public speaking.

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Sep 242016

JustArts Youth Photography Panel

Students from neighborhoods across New York City present work from a digital photography internship that centered on fashion and commercial photography. The goals of this program were to empower participants, develop their personal voice as artists, teach them to harness the power of visual imagery, and learn about the workings of the commercial photography industry.

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Sep 242016

NYC SALT: The Power of a Portrait

NYC SALT students and staff will discuss the power of a portrait, explaining different types of portraiture and how they created the photos in our exhibit. Our panelists will also show the VR and 360 portraits in our exhibit and explain how the technology works, as well as why they chose VR and 360 camera technology to create a different kind of portrait.

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Sep 242016

NYU Future Imagemakers Alumni Panel

Speakers include Future Imagemaker alumni Cydney Blitzer, LaGuardia High School; Diego Callenbach, NYC Lab High School; Cheyenne Sookoo, Brooklyn High School of the Arts; Hanjing (Angel) Zheng, Brooklyn Technical High School; and NYU Student Teacher Elliot Brown Jr., Photography & Imaging BFA 2016. Panel will be moderated by Lorie Novak, Professor of Photography & Imaging, Founder and Director of Future Imagemakers.

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Sep 232016

Photography Wide Open

Stretch your imagination and prepare yourself for an incredible journey into the wide open world of photography with fashion and fine art photographer Mark de Paola. Using his wealth of still and motion imagery, Mark will demonstrate how his use of the Leica Noctilux allows him to dance on the threshold of exposure and minimum focus distances to render his style and approach to portraiture.

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Sep 232016

Perfect Props and Stylish Backdrops — Product Photography 2.0

Geared toward crafters, makers, and small business owners, this workshop will offer tips and tools to simply style, light and photograph your products and make them look amazing!

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Sep 232016

Leica Printstameet

Who doesn’t love a photographic print? At Leica, we believe a photograph isn’t finished until it’s printed, so we’re kicking off our presence at Photoville 2016 with the first ever Leica PrintstaMeet.

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Sep 232016

The Photo Editor and Photographer Bond: A Peek Behind the Curtain

Ever wanted a behind-the-scenes look at how photographers and their editors work together and bring an idea to life? In this exclusive panel, Sarah Leen, Senior Photo Editor at National Geographic magazine, sits down with award-winning photographers Erika Larsen and David Guttenfelder.

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Sep 232016

Taxes and Finances: All You Need to Know

Taxes and finances may not be your passion, but staying on top of both can help you maintain your sanity and earn more each year. In this discussion, PhotoShelter CEO Andrew Fingerman sits down with CPA Steven Zelin, whose tax practice focuses on helping artists and creatives.

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Sep 232016

The Art of Printing in a Digital World

Eric Luden, founder of Digital Silver Imaging, will discuss the various printing options available today, and help you understand the right process for your individual imagery.

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Sep 232016

What Buyers Really Want from Photographers

Photography has never been more important to helping brands and publications communicate with their audiences. So with a constant need for great photography, how do art directors and photo editors find and work with photographers?

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Sep 232016

An Exclusive Conversation with Donna Ferrato and Paul Moakley

In this conversation, Ferrato will sit down with Paul Moakley, Deputy Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise at TIME Magazine, to walk through some of her most eye-opening work and share the stories behind her images.

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Sep 232016

Marketing Your Photography

For this conversation, PhotoShelter’s VP of Marketing Amy Fitzgibbons will walk you through all the “old school” tips that are at the heart of successfully promoting yourself. Fitzgibbons will be joined by Street Dreams Magazine photographer Akhil Sesh, who will dive into the “new world” of Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and more.

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Sep 232016

From Personal Projects to Paid Projects

In this panel, moderated by Alison Zavos, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Feature Shoot, we’ll talk to photographers Shaniqwa Jarvis, Dustin Cohen, Michael Rubenstein and Michael George, who each turned personal projects into paying gigs.

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Sep 222016

Street Photography Workshop with Aziz Yazdani

Learn the techniques for shooting captivating street images. Check out a Leica camera and lens for a guided photowalk with Aziz Yazdani and experience the art of street photography through the Leica perspective.

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Sep 222016

The City at Night — A Low Light Photography Workshop

In this gear-centric workshop, students will learn how to get great shots in less than ideal lighting situations. Led by low-light mastermind and gear head Gabe Biderman of B&H, learn how to make the most of your equipment and how to assess and approach difficult lighting situations and get great shots without shooting in the dark.

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Sep 212016

Coffee, Cameras and Conversation Instameet with Clive Campbell (@Fliickman)

Make connections, collaborate and share perspectives as you explore DUMBO coffee houses with photographer Clive Campbell.

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Sep 212016

Leica on Loan

Take a Leica camera for a 90min test drive! Loans are offered first-come, first-served. You will need your own SD memory card.

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Sep 212016

Tintypes with the Penumbra Foundation

Open every day until one hour before closing.

Penumbra will be shooting tintype portraits and hosting a cyanotype workshop with information sessions.

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Sep 172016

Flower Power Dog Adoption

Some of Sophie Gamand’s models from the Flower Power exhibition are still available for adoption and will make special appearances throughout the weekend, from agencies including DAWS (Danbury Animal Welfare Society), Beastly Rescue, Animal Haven, Redemption Rescue, Mr Bones & Co and more!

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Sep 202015

Documentary Storytelling: A New Era

Consisting of members the FCDA photography collective, the panel will discuss the inspiration and necessity for independent and collaborative projects in a new era of documentary storytelling. It will explore how shrinking budgets and displaced priorities of publications are creating a greater need for an alternative model that prioritizes public interest.

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Sep 202015

The American Dream: Documenting Economic Inequality in America

This panel gathers veteran photographers who have made it their life’s work to document stories of poverty and inequality with empathy, depth and curiosity. Motivated by their personal experiences in economically depressed areas, they explore and illustrate what economic inequality looks like in the U.S.

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Sep 202015

Drop In: Photobooth for the Whole family (Kids & Dogs Welcome!)

Lights, camera, action! This special photo booth is for the most adorable, treasured members of your family…Bring your kids and your pups as the Photoville Activity Tent transforms into a commercial studio.

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Sep 202015

Photoville Walking Tour with WM Hunt

Did you ever wish there was some photo-world superstar who would walk you around Photoville and show you their favorite work? Well this year, we’ve invited some of the most interesting and engaging folks in photography to lead the first ever Photoville Guided Tours!

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Sep 202015

Under Fire: Black Photographers Creating Agency in a “Post-Racial” America

This panel will convene Black photojournalists who have covered the recent resurgence in incidents of and outrage over racial discrimination nationwide.

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Sep 202015

Workshop: Make What You Make Look Great – An Intro to Product Photography

Geared toward crafters, makers, and small business owners, this workshop offer some tips and tools to simply style, light and photograph your product and make it look amazing!

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Sep 202015

Conflict Reporting: Safety and Security in the Field

This panel of journalists and practitioners will explore the radically changing landscape of conflict reporting over the past decade, including how the press industry is assessing and responding to these increased threats against press freedom, digital security and the lives of journalists worldwide.

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Sep 202015

RISC Battlefield Medical Response Workshop for Journalists Working in Dangerous and Remote Areas

In this one-hour workshop, RISC lead instructor Sawyer Alberi will demonstrate some of the lifesaving techniques taught in depth in the normal four-day RISC course.

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Sep 202015

Workshop: Modern Family – Fun Approaches to Kids & Family Photos

Bring your cameras and your kids to this workshop! Participants will learn fun, smart, and simple ways to capture great family photos.

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Sep 192015

An Evening with National Geographic

The evening will begin with photos and videos from the past 127 years—up to the most recent stories from National Geographic and their digital platforms including News, Your Shot, and Proof.

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Sep 192015

Daylight Book Signing

Please join us for a pre-launch book signing for Daylight’s Fall 2015 titles including John Arsenault: Barmaid, Anna Beeke: Sylvania, Jesse Burke: Wild and Precious, Jess Dugan: Every Breath We Drew, Todd Forsgren: Ornithological Photographs, Lili Holzer-Glier: Rockabye, Malcolm Linton & Jon Cohen: Tomorrow is a Long Time.

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Sep 192015

#ICPworkshop InstaReview at Photoville

In this workshop participants of all experience levels will be able to explore the different sides of Instagram photography.

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Sep 192015

Drop In: Happy Hour Film Processing

Join ORWO North America for a demonstration of new and experimental film processing techniques.

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Sep 192015

Behind the Scenes: The Photo Editor

For photographers, photo editors are gateways to getting their stories before a larger audience. This panel will look at the process from the photo editor’s perspective – we’ll dissect what it takes for a story to go from idea to print.

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Sep 192015

Documenting Natural Resources and Climate Change: Photography as a Tool for Education and Activating Change

In effort to create direct dialogue between journalists and policy makers, photographers Mustafah Abdulaziz and James Whitlow Delano will discuss their ongoing photography projects on water and climate change with moderator, Janos Pasztor, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Climate Change.

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Sep 192015

Photography Restaged

Artist Lori Nix, Lorie Novak and Rose DeSiano talk with critic and curator Saul Ostrow about contemporary photographers practices of “Re-Staging”. By employing handmade miniatures, reenacted theatrics and, elaborately staged room installations these three artists draw attention to the uncanny state of the real world.

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Sep 192015

Drop In: Science and Tech Expo

Inspired by memories of a middle school science fair, several incubator companies at the Made in NY Media Center will set up shop and show off what they can do in a classic, lo-fi environment. Join us for new technology demonstrations and activities!

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Sep 192015

Workshop: Sharp Shooters – Sports and Action Photography Workshop

In this new and interactive workshop, participants will venture out into the world and learn from experienced sports and action photographers how to capture the classic moments and get great shots from constantly moving subjects.

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Sep 182015

PBS’ POV (Point of View)

Join POV for a sneak-preview of the film and a conversation with Angy, Mikaela Shwer, the director, Lauren Burke, co-founder and executive director of Atlas: DIY, moderated by Katia Maguire, producer at Quiet Pictures and director of Jessica Gonzales vs. the USA.

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Sep 172015

Thursday, September 17 – An Evening with The New York Times Lens Blog

Join The New York Times’ Lens blog for a night of projections featuring photographers from around the world. We’ve gone through our archives to curate a selection of some of our favorite work featured on Lens, including photos by Whitney Curtis, Eli Reed, Ernesto Bazan, Nancy Borowick, Phil Knott, Martha Cooper, Joni Sternbach and New York Times staff photographers.

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Sep 132015

Event: Print Swap

A free, RSVP event for photographers who want to show, share, and swap their work!

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Sep 132015

Staying Relevant and Working in Photography Today

How do freelance photographers continue to make a living in the industry? What conscious professional and business choices did they make and why?

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Sep 132015

PDN’s 30: Advice for Emerging Photographers from Emerging Photographers

Photographers featured in PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers to watch will explain how they got their work seen and noticed, and offer advice for sharing, promoting and getting support for their personal projects.

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Sep 132015

Drop In: The Art & Science of Pinhole Cameras

A hands on photography workshop where participants can experience the low-fi magic of pinhole photography!

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Sep 132015

Photoville Walking Tour with James Wellford

Did you ever wish there was some photo-world superstar who would walk you around Photoville and show you their favorite work? Well this year, we’ve invited some of the most interesting and engaging folks in photography to lead the first ever Photoville Guided Tours!

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Sep 132015

Photography and the Battle for Global LGBT Rights

Join the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting for this panel convening photographers who are documenting LGBT communities in Russia, Uganda and North America.

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Sep 132015

Reporting Inside the Great Firewall: Photographers on Covering China

Many photojournalists rely on the basic protections of freedom of speech and freedom of the press to move freely, to access their subjects, and to bring their images to the public. But what is it like to photograph and report in the People’s Republic, where censorship is the norm and journalists often face more restrictions than regular citizens?

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Sep 132015

Workshop: How to Make a Camera out of Anything

In this fun, hands-on workshop, each participant will make a working camera from one of several objects provided and explore the creative possibilities of low-tech photography.

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Sep 132015

Workshop: Live from Brooklyn – Street Photography Workshop

In this workshop, our instructors will lead participants on a guided tour of Downtown Brooklyn/DUMBO in search of street scenes and cityscapes, and will offer insights on how to capture real life in still frames.

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Sep 122015

MediaStorm: A 10-Year Retrospective

MediaStorm celebrates 10-years in the making as an independent media company that gives voice and meaning to the most important stories of our time.

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Sep 122015

Influencing Policy and Social Change through Photography

Photographers spend a lifetime bringing attention to some of the most urgent crises of our time and yet, what happens after they click the shutter in world full of images?

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Sep 122015

Photoville Walking Tour with Julie Grahame

Did you ever wish there was some photo-world superstar who would walk you around Photoville and show you their favorite work? Well this year, we’ve invited some of the most interesting and engaging folks in photography to lead the first ever Photoville Guided Tours!

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Sep 122015

There’s No Place Like Home: Migration, Citizenship and Statelessness Globally

This panel will feature photographers documenting DREAMers in the U.S., Uighurs in China, and Dominicans of Haitian descent.

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Sep 122015

Drop In: Cyanotypes

The Penumbra Foundation will offer an introduction workshop to the Cyanotype Process.

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Sep 122015

The Virtual and the Physical: Responses to Photography in the Digital Age

Contemporary artists reflect on the medium of photography itself and how technology impacts communication in the digital age.

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Sep 122015

Drop In: The Photographer’s Playdate: What Color is Your Aura?

Inspired by the recent publication The Photographer’s Playbook, Aperture will be hosting an “aura” portrait studio, based on an assignment by photographer Bill Armstrong.

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Sep 122015

Workshop: Life in Motion – Photographing Movement

Using techniques pulled from the world of dance and music photography, participants will learn simple methods to capture motion in various forms.

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Sep 122015

@NYTimes Photo Hunt

You’re invited on a photo hunt with the @nytimes Instagram team. On Saturday, Sept. 12, we’ll post a series of clues that will lead you through @Photoville and @brooklynbridgepark. Your task: Find the answers and photograph them. Post your pictures on Instagram with the hashtag #NYTPhotoHunt. We’ll be watching!

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Sep 112015

Friday, September 11 – Pictures That Provoke: Getty Images Celebrates Photographic Legacy

Getty Images Co-Founder and Chairman Jonathan Klein and special guests will tell the stories behind some of the world’s most amazing pictures and discuss what makes them so powerful. This session will bring to life the images featured in Getty’s Legacy Collection exhibition at Photoville.

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Sep 112015

Portfolio Review Happy Hour

Bring your portfolio, book or iPad, grab a beer, and get ready to get and give some unbiased feedback on your and your peers’ portfolios in this informal peer portfolio review event hosted by PhotoShelter.

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Sep 112015

Bringing Creativity to Life: An Exclusive Conversation with Sarah Silver & Diego Marini

Sarah and Diego will share an up close look inside the campaign’s creative process, lessons learned the hard way, plus tips for photographers looking to market themselves better and attract the clients they want.

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Sep 112015

SEO for Photographers: Tips to Conquer Google and Rank Higher

Jon will break down easy tips and tricks to help you build your SEO and rank higher on major search engines. Learn SEO do’s and don’ts, ideas to make SEO part of your daily workflow, and more. Bring your questions for Jon!

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Sep 112015

Leveraging Your Local Community to Land Gigs

In this panel, we’ll help you think outside the box to build your network and attract clients by leveraging opportunities right in front of your nose.

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Sep 112015

An Exclusive Conversation with David Burnett

In this very special conversation, we’ll speak with David about film in digital age, mixing techniques in a time of rapid technical change, plus his thoughts on the future of photography.

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Sep 112015

PR for Your Photography: The Secret to Getting Featured

In this exciting panel, hear directly from top photo editors from BuzzFeed and Esquire Magazine who share how they find photographers to highlight, plus exactly what they’re looking for. We’ll also talk to reps from firms including Blake Zidell & Associates and The Number 29 who share creative ideas to help you think outside the box and get featured.

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Sep 112015

Do’s & Don’ts to Photo Contests & Submitting Your Work Online

In this exclusive panel, we’ll discuss which photo contests are worth your time, plus walk through additional opportunities to submit your work to companies in need of great photography.

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Sep 282014

Throwback Thursday

Stories, like a stick of butter left out on the counter, change dramatically over time. But unlike a fine wine, they don’t always get better with age.

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Sep 282014

Is Film Dead? Analog Photography In The Digital Age

Join us for a presentation designed to change the way you think about Digital precision and the hazy world of Analog.

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Sep 282014

BagNewsSalon: Reading Key News Photos of 2014

Our distinguished Photoville panel will discuss ten key images that have appeared in 2014, including photos by Todd Heisler on immigration on “The Way North,” and Mario Tama on his extensive coverage of Brazil and the World Cup.

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Sep 282014

Create a Photography Project with Kickstarter

Kickstarter is a new way to fund creative projects, available to everybody. Victoria Rogers, Partnerships Manager at Kickstarter, will share what she’s learned about how to create a successful Kickstarter campaign. Come with your ideas and your questions!

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Sep 282014

Whose space, Our space! Photography in Public Space

Photographers are turning their documentary images into large-scale public photography displays. The choice to mount site-specific exhibitions imbues the photographs with added layers of meaning. Who owns the space? Who is its intended audience? And who is forced to see and live with it daily?

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Sep 282014

Interior Decorating with Photography

Wall Décor Designer, Joie Tamkin, will give a live demo on how you can create a professional gallery wall on your own. Learn how to mix and match photography with art, black-and-white with color, and different types of frames and materials to give your walls a unique look with your personal touch.

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Sep 282014

Köprüaltı

Moderated by James Wellford, photographers Emine Gozde Sevim and Jake Price will provide in depth insight into the protests that engulfed Turkey in the summer of 2013, which still resonate throughout society today.

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Sep 282014

The Battles Back Home

In conjunction with the exhibit “War & Memory,” the panel will discuss issues faced by returning military and veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. Our panelists will include photographers, journalists, veterans and mental health professionals.

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Sep 282014

Lomography: The Baby Camera for Kids

The small point and shoot Lomography 110mm cameras are the easiest way to learn analogue technology; it is easy to load, shoot and go play around with. The kids will learn the basics of analogue photography and how to load and use a camera.

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Sep 282014

Migrant Camera

Migrant Camera is a nomadic camera obscura tent inspired by worker shelters aesthetics built by Union and undocumented workers, with the idea to foster conversations in Public Spaces between the workers, stakeholders and general public about life and work, in addition to symbolically addressing the existing social order for immigrants by turning the world upside down.

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Sep 272014

We Are Warriors

From a nail-biting narrative on the battlefield of Syria to a profile of a peace-loving pizzaiolo who’s fighting for his right to sling pies, we’ll introduce the audience to the complex flavors of real-life warrior.

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Sep 272014

Tyler Stableford, The Farmers

Over the last several months Tyler Stableford and his photography team have captured fine-art images of national farmers and ranchers, beekeepers, small-batch distillers and other food artisans around the country as part of a Canon portraiture series.

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Sep 272014

Rock Photography Redux

Landing rock photography gigs and working with editors.

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Sep 272014

PDN’s 30: Advice for Emerging Photographers from Emerging Photographers

Photographers featured in PDN’s 30: New and Emerging Photographers to watch will explain how they got their work seen and noticed, and offer advice for sharing, promoting and getting support for their personal projects.

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Sep 272014

Breaking Into Fashion

In this seminar, we’ll be discussing the overall landscape of fashion photography and how it’s changed over time. We’ll talk about the ins and outs of assisting, developing your style, portfolio reviews, and provide valuable tips and insights gained from years of experience shooting fashion editorial and advertising campaigns.

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Sep 272014

Testament: Chris Hondros

Directors of the Chris Hondros Fund and co-editors of Testament, a collection of Hondros’s writing and photography which was published this year will discuss Hondros’s life and work.

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Sep 272014

Hyphenated: First and Second Generation American Photographers in Conversation

Visionaries is excited to return to Photoville this year to present Hyphenated, featuring first and second generation American photographers who explore themes of identity, memory, home and belonging through their work.

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Sep 272014

Approaches to Portrait Photography

This workshop will explore different approaches to portrait photography. We will cover different aspects from the philosophical to the practical. It will include discussions and hands-on demonstrations of several different ways to set up and execute a portrait session.

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Sep 272014

Sophie Gamand: Wet Dog Portraits

Sophie Gamand will be discussing her portrait series about wet dogs, which recently won the Sony World Photography Award, her thought process behind it and how she actually shot these quirky portraits of our furry friends.

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Sep 272014

CYANOTYPES: Blue Photographic Prints from Sunlight

The Penumbra Foundation | Center for Alternative Photography will offer an introduction workshop to the Cyanotype Process. Participants of the workshop will be given a piece of paper pre-coated with the Cyanotype synthesizer on which they will place small objects (also supplied) before putting this assembly in sunlight.

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Sep 262014

SLIDELUCK NYC XVIII – Secrets

The theme for SLIDELUCK NYC XVIII is “Secrets.” Artists are invited to submit work that explores notions of deception, revelation, confessions and wishes. The show will be curated by Gideon Jacobs, Creative Director of Magnum Photos, and Matthew Leifheit, Photo Editor at VICE Magazine.

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Sep 262014

Photographers’ Sketchbooks

In this panel discussion, the authors will discuss the book with contributors from the book, focusing on insights, tips and anecdotes, and giving us a glimpse of how photographers turn their photo-diaries into the projects we see in galleries, photobooks and via online platforms.

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Sep 262014

For the Love of Books: Red Ball of a Sun Slipping Down

In his presentation, Richards will show excerpts from earlier self-published works, among them Dorchester Days (1978), a study of the inner city neighborhood where he was born, and War is Personal (2010), a chronicle of the consequences of the Iraq War. He will then discuss the motivations, struggles, and joy of creating his deeply personal new book.

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Sep 212014

Camera Obscura

On this night, Narratively celebrates the impact of technology on storytelling and takes a hard look at where we’ve gone, and where we’re headed.

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Sep 212014

Land Grabbing: Raising Awareness with Multimedia

Using land grabbing as a case study, photographer Alfredo Bini and media executive Greg Moyer meet with non-profit organizations and researchers to discuss the potential for issue-based multimedia storytelling.

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Sep 212014

Developing Your Composition Skills

This workshop is for photographers who want to refine and develop their composition skills. Through image analysis we discuss — among others — lines, movement, light, shadow, colors—and possibly people—in the environment.

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Sep 212014

Land, Labor, Work

Matt Black documents the changing human relationship to food, farming, and the environment. Alejandro Cartagena documents the development of suburbs and the invisible consequences of this 21st century Mexican progress, where the rapid construction of houses outweighs the development of a social infrastructure.

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Sep 212014

The Lowdown on Lenses

In this 90 minute seminar we’ll introduce you to the wonderful world of glass. Get the skinny on focal lengths, the differences between zooms and primes, and creatively controlling depth of field.

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Sep 212014

Personal Projects: Long-term Commitment

Meet three photographers who are successfully executing personal projects. They will present their work, discuss the long-term commitments involved and take questions afterwards.

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Sep 212014

PI_LTR: On Building a Canon

PI_LTR (Public Interface LaTableRonde) The PI-LTR format brings together 30 participants – some invited, some not – to engage in a public discussion concerning contemporary cultural conditions. Each participant will be given The Rules of the Game: PI-LTR (available/distributed at the Fair), which describe the standard practices for this program.

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Sep 212014

Make Your Own Film Movie with the Lomokino Camera

The Lomokino camera is the only 35mm movie camera that allows you to create and share your own short movies. Learn more about the history of the film movies, how to load and use this camera, and how to create and shoot your own movies.

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Sep 212014

The Everyday Movement and the Uphill Battle Against Media Stereotypes

Since the @everydayafrica feed launched on Instagram two years ago, the concept has grown into a global movement of photographers using daily-life imagery to fight stereotypes on a community, city, country, or continent level: from @everydaybronx to @everydayasia, from @everydaylatinamerica to @everydayiran, from @everydayusa to @everydayeasterneurope, and dozens more.

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Sep 212014

CYANOTYPES: Blue Photographic Prints from Sunlight

In 1842 Sir John Herschel decided that the Daguerreotype, the first photographic printing process, was too expensive, difficult and potentially lethal. Thus, he invented in that year the printing process to which he gave the name Cyanotype. It produced a monochromatic Prussian blue photographic print on inexpensive materials such as paper or cloth.

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Sep 212014

Portfolio reviews, an insider’s look

Moderated by Stephen Mallon, artist Manjari Sharma and Ariel Shanberg, (Executive Director of the Woodstock Center of Photography) discuss portfolio reviews on how to get as much out of the review circuit as possible. This is not a common sense discussion, this is a talk from both sides of the table about how much business gets done at the bar and at the event vs your actual review.

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Sep 202014

Meet Your Maker

DIY culture is everywhere, from reality shows about interior designers gone wild to the wonders of the artisanal mayonnaise craze. But makers are bigger and bolder than the trendy labels we stick to them. We’ll uncover the stories to prove it.

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Sep 202014

Building Fine Art Portfolios

Building an artist’s portfolio is a very personal journey. Selecting, editing, sequencing and presentation are key ingredients for assembling your body/bodies of work. Sandra and Lois will walk you through the process in an interactive presentation.

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Sep 202014

Daylight Books Fall 2014 Pre-Launch Signing

Please join us for a pre-launch book signing for Daylight’s Fall 2014 titles including Linda Troeller & Marion Schneider – Orgasm; Robert Shults – The Superlative Light; Elaine Mayes – Recently; Wyatt Gallery – #SANDY; E. Brady Robinson – Art Desks; and Hiroshi Watanabe – The Day the Dam Collapses. The artists will be present to chat, answer questions and sign books.

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Sep 202014

Storytelling @ MediaStorm

Brian Storm will be presenting about digital storytelling and the cinematic narrative. Discussing work by his production company MediaStorm, he will emphasize how storytelling continues to evolve as a result of technological innovations and an expanding media space.

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Sep 202014

War Porn and Other Dutch Photobook Collaborations

Dutch photo book designer Teun van der Heijden discusses his collaborations with photographers on a variety of photo books, including Belgian Autumn by Jan Rosseel, Interrogations by Donald Weber, and Black Passport by Stanley Greene.

The book War Porn is his latest project with photojournalist Christoph Bangert. Christoph will join him onstage to discuss their collaborative process – how they came to produce this book and their thought process along the way.

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Sep 202014

Thought Bubble to Exhibition: Turning an Idea into a Reality

This interactive workshop will address the challenges of earning a living as a photographer, whilst at the same time doing work that has meaning and social relevance. Participants are encouraged to bring in project ideas to discuss and brainstorm on execution strategies.

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Sep 202014

Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000

Doug Menuez will discuss his latest book – “Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985-2000. Shooting behind the scenes at the leading technological innovators of the digital era for over a decade, Doug’s account provides a visual history of the Silicon Valley technology boom.

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Sep 202014

What is a Book?

In this workshop Several Artists who have been published by Oranbeg Press have donated the use of their work for you to be the editor. We have prepared several “book ready” packets that will have a selection of prints for you to create/design/sequence your own edition of 1 photo book for you to take home.

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Sep 202014

Law School 101 for Photographers

Navigating copyright, contracts, model and property releases can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t know where to begin. We know you’ve got questions, so Bill Cramer, Founder and CEO of Wonderful Machine will sit down with Kristine Hsu of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts to tackle topics head on and help you make the best decisions for your photography business.

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Sep 202014

A Conversation with Robert Clark

In this very special interview, we sit down with internationally renowned photographer Robert Clark to learn how he launched his career and grew his business to what it is today. Also hear the stories behind some of Robert’s most memorable photographs and assignments, including the iconic photos he took on 9/11.

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Sep 202014

How to Grow Your Business Through Instagram

If you want to grow your network, a platform like Instagram can be a game changer. But is brand awareness the only juice you can squeeze from that lemon? Not anymore. In this panel, learn how photographers are using Instagram to draw in clients and land paying gigs, plus discover how brands are turning to photographers on Instagram to reach new audiences.

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Sep 202014

How to Make Anything into a Camera

This workshop takes a quick look at the history, theory, and practice of pinhole photography with an emphasis on the technical relationship between camera-making and image formation. Each participant will leave with a camera (made from one of several objects provided), an image made by that camera, and an understanding of how to make a camera out of anything at all.

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Sep 192014

After Dark

When the sun sets everything changes, and anything goes. Shadows, and strangers, lurk, and new perspectives abound. On this night, we’ll give credence to the true stories that flourish only in darkness.

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Sep 192014

Photo Poland: Contemporary Polish Photography

Photo Poland – Contemporary Polish Photography is an exhibition showcasing contemporary Polish photography. The talk will begin with a slideshow presenting a selection of 10 contemporary Polish photographers. This will be followed by a panel discussion with photographers Rafal Milach, Adam Panczuk and Kacper Kowalski, who discussing their work and the current state of Polish photography.

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Sep 192014

PhotoShelter’s Peer Review Happy Hour

Bring your portfolio, book or iPad, grab a beer, and get ready to get and give some unbiased feedback on your and your peers’ portfolios in this informal peer portfolio review event hosted by PhotoShelter.

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Sep 192014

Fashion Photographer Meets Photo Editor: A Love Story

If there were an award for coolest fashion photographer, Melissa Rodwell might just take the cake. As a trailblazing fashion photographer and educator, Melissa joins Eryka Clayton, the photo editor at The Collective Magazine, to offer a behind-the-scenes look at how photographers and their editors work closely together to map out and execute stellar ideas.

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Sep 192014

Raising Money for Your Photo Project

In this panel, hear from organizations like Photoville who can help fund your stories, plus photographers like Joni Sternbach and the Restless Collective who have successfully turned to third parties to raise money. Plus, get tips on how to craft a proposal and pitch your idea!

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Sep 192014

Conversation: Essential Marketing Tips for Photographers with Zero Time

Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter and Anna Dickson, Photo Editor at The Huffington Post, will discuss essential marketing tips for the multi-tasking photographer on-the-go who wants to find the best recipe to attract and engage the right audience online and turn them into loyal clients.

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Sep 182014

We Live in Brooklyn, Baby – Curated by Jamel Shabazz

Spanning thirty years, from the 1980s through today – WE LIVE IN BROOKLYN BABY – is a visual journey that brings together powerful, personal works by more than 30 photographers from across this proud borough, representing every aspect of Brooklyn’s diverse identity, heart and soul.

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Sep 182014

The FENCE (2014) – Opening Party Slideshow

We hope you’ll join us in raising a glass in celebration of the talented men and women whose work is featured in this year’s FENCE exhibits.

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Sep 182014

Tintype Booth

The Penumbra Foundation is bringing its Tintype Booth back to Photoville this year! If you are looking for a portrait photograph that captures your unique, individual personality, step into our portable tintype photo booth and experience the magic of this 19th century photographic process!

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Sep 292013

The FotoVisura Annual: A Night Projection

This exhibition seeks to showcase outstanding personal projects by photographers worldwide—who also demonstrate the characteristics of leadership, dedication, commitment and interest in taking action by using their images to bring about awareness to a specific cause or situation in today’s world. Each project is the result of individual voices resonating worldwide. This projection celebrates emerging leaders in photography, who are part of the FotoVisura International community.

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Sep 292013

Build Your Online Presence in One Day

The number one thing on a photographer’s mind is their photography, but how to get it out for the world to see may be a hurdle some don’t want to jump. Resource Magazine will give you the quick start guide on how to set up your website, social media presence and marketing in just one day.

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Sep 292013

Artist Talk: Paolo Woods

Paolo Woods, in conversation with Fred Ritchin, discusses his recent project State in which he explores the forging of a national identity in Haiti.

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Sep 292013

Artist Talk: Jerry Vezzuso

Artist Jerry Vessuzo will present and discuss his photo and video work which represent the dynamics of a working class family in New York City. He will also share about his current projects and zines in the making.

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Sep 292013

Shooting People – The Art of the Street Approach

This class is a hands-on experience to help photographers overcome their fear of approaching unknown people for photographs. We discuss the current laws for photographers in regards to public photography, as well as general etiquette, and we’ll run exercises for students to become more comfortable and more prepared when approaching new subjects.

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Sep 292013

Artist Talk: Free Advice

This talk will regurgitate advice given to me through the years, especially pieces of it I found to apply well in the creative process, (or ones that make me sound intelligent) and try to explain how a sweet boy, good with a pencil (as my late father lovingly used to describe me) turned into a picture making maniac with workaholic tendencies and illusions of grandeur. A grueling Q&A session will follow.

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Sep 292013

Demo: 8×10 Large Format Demonstration and Portrait Session

Impossible is getting bigger than ever before, and we have now tackled the world of large format film! We will show off our silvershade 8×10 instant film and large portrait camera, which register striking detail and clarity with the warmth of analog film.

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Sep 292013

The Future of Analog – Meet the Impossible Instant Lab

The Impossible Instant Lab is an innovative tool that turns digital iPhone images into real analog instant photos on Impossible film. In this talk we’ll discuss the details of the device, do a live demonstration, and field questions from the audience.

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Sep 292013

Photography Shaping Communities

In this panel, students from the program in Brownsville and Red Hook will present their photographs from the summer followed by a conversation about participatory photography, and ways that photography can be used to address social justice issues in the community.

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Sep 292013

Community Collaborations

In community-based art and participatory photography programs, artists collaborate with people whose lives directly inform the subject matter. Photography is used to express collective meaning, help participants find their voice, and build community. Panelists will discuss their work in the field and the challenges they face.

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Sep 292013

Perfect Pinholes

Lensless photography is as old-school as it gets, and Lomography is all about celebrating the limitless creativity of analog pinhole photography. All are welcome, but a basic understand of photography is helpful.

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Sep 292013

Lighting for Fashion

Students will be led through different lighting systems to produce images for both commercial and editorial use. Explore lighting, posing, and styling techniques for catalog and artistic fashion imagery.

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Sep 282013

SLIDELUCK NYC XVII

SLIDELUCK XVII at Photoville 2013: a multimedia slideshow combined with a potluck dinner. Our 17th global mainstage show in NYC will exclusively focus on multimedia work and will be curated by Kira Pollack, Director of Photography for TIME Magazine. Guests are encouraged to bring a home-cooked dish to share and additional consumables will be available through on-site food trucks and the Brooklyn Brewery bar.

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Sep 282013

Photojournalism in Flux: A Matter of Ethics or Context?

The past year or so has been filled with controversy and debate about particular news images. An expert panel looks at key examples. The goal is to understand these debates less in terms of ethical breaches than the result of rapid shifts in aesthetics and technology and the continuing evolution of both social media and the online news/media market.

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Sep 282013

Film Winding Workshop

Brooklyn’s ORWO North America will host a live demo and workshop in 35mm, exotic, film bulk-loading. With this workshop you will learn how to spool your own film into 35mm canisters, harness exotic films not available in 35mm canister form, learn to save money on 35mm film, and expose yourself to the true romance of film handling.

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Sep 282013

Artist Talk: Sara Naomí Lewkowicz

Sara Naomí Lewkowicz, a graduate student studying photojournalism at Ohio University, began photographing Shane and Maggie in September of 2012. She had set out to document the difficulties Shane faced as a convicted felon trying to rebuild his life. One night, after several months of intermittently documenting the couple, the mounting tensions in their relationship exploded into violence, which Sara documented. During this artist talk, Sara will walk the audience through the events of the evening and her experience that transitioned her life and career from a student to a photojournalist and advocate against domestic abuse.

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Sep 282013

How’d They Do That?

Ever see an amazing photo and wonder “how’d they do that?” Photographers do this all the time, and it’s a great exercise for sharpening your skills so you too can be taking amazing pictures.

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Sep 282013

Artist Talk: Nina Berman, Fracking the Marcellus Shale

Documentary photographer Nina Berman (NOOR) will present images from “Fractured:the Shale Play” and engage in conversation with Alex Beauchamp of Food and Water Watch about fracking in the New York area and the greater Marcellus Shale region. Rebecca Roter, a resident of Susquehanna County, PA, will join to talk about living with and organizing around hydraulic fracturing.

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Sep 282013

Intro to Impossible

This workshop teaches the ins and outs of the most popular vintage Polaroid camera, and will help you optimize your 600 camera with our new film mediums.

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Sep 282013

Photo 2.0 — Online Photographic Thinking

Inspired by the Web’s innovations, Andy Adams has published FlakPhoto.com, an online art space that promotes photography from within the online community, since 2006. He’ll explore the intersection of online publishing, social media, and community collaboration in this lively discussion about photography in the Internet Era.

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Sep 282013

TeenZines

A zine workshop for teens led by Conveyor Arts!
Zines are an exciting part of the photobook scene right now. They are lo-fi publications, often diy, that are unlimited and unconventional in subject matter.

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Sep 282013

Artist Talk: Martin Roemers

Martin Roemers (b. 1962, Netherlands) embarked on Metropolis in 2009 to document this process of urbanization by focusing on the world’s megacities – places with a population of more than ten million people. How can people live in cities that are so vast yet so incredibly crowded and hectic?

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Sep 282013

KidZines

Zines are an exciting part of the photobook scene right now. They are lo-fi publications, often diy, that are unlimited and unconventional in subject matter.

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Sep 272013

INSTITUTE TELLS STORIES

INSTITUTE TELLS STORIES is an evening presentation by artists Elinor Carucci, Wayne Lawrence and Paolo Woods, who will be presenting their latest bodies of work.

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Sep 272013

Luminance: PhotoShelter Peer Review Happy Hour

Bring your book (or iPad), grab a beer, and get ready to get and give some unbiased feedback on your and your peers’ portfolios in this informal peer portfolio review event hosted by PhotoShelter. Think of it as a portfolio review without the pressure of being in front of a potential buyer – or like speed dating for photographers!

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Sep 272013

Luminance: iPhoneography – Making Money With Your Phone

Whether it’s brands wanting to access their 1 million followers on Instagram, workshops featuring iPhoneography technique, or even commissioned editorial shoots for photos taken with a cellphone, there’s money in cellphoneography. This panel of magazine editors and pro photographers will talk about what drove the shift from contempt to fervor for this truly innovative photographic style.

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Sep 272013

Luminance: Photo Books – Path to Profit?

We all know that people are looking at photos more often than ever. But are we all just focused on the online world? Maybe not. Photo books – the offline kind – are becoming more prevalent than ever. But can you make money from them?

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Sep 272013

Luminance: Guerilla Marketing For Photographers With Little-To-No Time

PhotoShelter CEO and marketing guru Andrew Fingerman will share his tips on how to get the word out and attract potential clients. We guarantee you’ll walk away with at least one idea you can implement the next time you’re racking your brain for innovative marketing ideas.

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Sep 262013

Question Bridge: Black males

Question Bridge: Black Males opens a window onto the complex and often unspoken dialogue among Black men, creating an intimate and essentially genuine experience for viewers and subjects. This project brings the full spectrum of what it means to be “black” and “male” in America to the forefront. “Blackness” ceases to be a simple, monochromatic concept.

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Sep 262013

Luminance: The Future of Copyright

If you’re like many (many!) photographers out there, then United States copyright law is probably pretty daunting. But here’s the thing – understanding the ins and outs of copyright is an asset to your business. This panel helps lift the veil on this cumbersome topic, and discusses how to balance protecting and sharing your images.

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Sep 262013

Luminance: Bringing Your C Game (Creativity!) to an Editorial Shoot

Using his creativity and inherent quirky personality, Peter has won the hearts of countless celebrity subjects and photo editors. Join him and Rolling Stone’s Photo Editor, Deborah Dragon, to get a behind-the-scenes look at how photographers and editors work together to brainstorm, produce, and sell their ideas for a shoot – sometimes in three minutes or less.

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Sep 262013

Luminance: A Photographer’s Guide to Navigating the Art World

This panel will feature several gallery owners who will shed light on how to not only break into the art world, but also how to maintain these relationships to build an art audience for your photography.

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Sep 222013

The FotoVisura Annual: A Night Projection

Photography, as a mode of communication, has a particular quality of addressing us without speaking down to us. The distance between viewer and subject can be reconciled with the intimacy of studying and inspecting each detail of a photograph. This exhibition seeks to inspire dialogue & quiet conversations with the viewer, transcending cultural and political boundaries.

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Sep 222013

Cut the Crap – A Brief History of Editing

This video seminar examines the process of editing film and video, and how that process has evolved over time. From early editing experiments at the dawn of moving pictures, to the frantic pace of the music video generation, we’ll be discussing some of the more unique advancements in the art of editing, as well as tips to tightening up your own work.

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Sep 222013

Superstorm Sandy: Photographers Perspectives

A panel discussion with photographers who covered Superstorm Sandy during the storm, it’s aftermath and the ongoing recovery. Participants include Susannah Ray, Benjamin Lowy, Wyatt Gallery, Douglas Ljungkvist, and Kisha Bari. Moderated by Sean Corcoran, Curator of Prints and Photographs at the Museum of the City of New York.

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Sep 222013

iPhoneography 101

In this class we’ll cover the mechanics of shooting with an iPhone, as well as some of its most useful and established camera and social media sharing apps. We’ll also cover some of the history of color photography and talk composition, color and the philosophies of informal snapshot photography.

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Sep 222013

Photo Requests from Solitary

The “Photo Requests from Solitary” event at Photoville brings together artists, activists, journalists, and survivors of solitary confinement. This panel discussion with accompanying slide show will introduce audiences to the reality of torture taking place in their own backyards, while exploring the power of photography to humanize one of the most marginalized group of people in our society, educate the public and the press, and spur social change on one of our most pressing domestic human rights issues.

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Sep 222013

Plastic Fantastic

What is so fantastic about a camera that is plastic? Where do we begin!? Let’s sit down and discuss some of our favorite plastic cameras like the Fisheye, the Oktomat, or the Supersampler. They all have a unique personality and they have wiggled their way into our Lomographic hearts.

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Sep 222013

Fred Ritchin, Bending the Frame

This talk discusses the issues in the recently published book, Bending the Frame: Photojournalism, Documentary, and the Citizen, which addresses the emerging potentials for visual media to impact society, and the necessity of reframing this conversation: What kinds of photographic projects succeed now? Can there be a photography of peace, not just of war? What is the role for a new metaphotography? How does the digital complicate things, and make them easier?

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Sep 222013

Exposure Basics

Are your images washed out? too dark, Blurry? This seminar will cover the principles of light and exposure and how they react with your camera. We’ll cover shooting modes such as program, aperture and shutter priority, and manual mode, as well as different metering techniques and when to use them.

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Sep 222013

Personal Projects, Long-term Commitment

Meet three photographers who are successfully executing personal projects. They will discuss the challenges of making the work, and the successes they are gaining in the process. There will be opportunity for questions from the audience.

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Sep 222013

Demo: 8×10 Large Format Demonstration and Portrait Session

Impossible is getting bigger than ever before, and we have now tackled the world of large format film! We will show off our silvershade 8×10 instant film and large portrait camera, which register striking detail and clarity with the warmth of analog film.

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Sep 222013

Cyanotypes – Blue Photographic Prints from Sunlight

In 1842 Sir John Herschel decided that the Daguerreotype, the first photographic printing process, was too expensive, difficult and potentially lethal. Thus, he invented in that year the printing process to which he gave the name Cyanotype.

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Sep 222013

Bring it to the Table

In the past decade, politics replaced sex as the one thing in America we don’t discuss in mixed company. Bring It to The Table defies that rule by engaging people to examine not just what they believe politically, but why.

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Sep 222013

Ask A Web Designer Anything

Question and Answer format. I invite and pose questions and give honest and specific answers drawing on the following themes as a framework: websites and portfolios, blogs, hosting, speeding up your website, SEO, social media, online advertising, workflow, one size fits no-one, making a website for the long term.

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Sep 222013

Great Portraits in 15 Seconds

This workshop is aimed at anyone who wants to take better portraits whether of friends, family or strangers in the street.

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Sep 212013

Daylight 10 Year Anniversary

Featuring highlights from Daylight’s multimedia program.

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Sep 212013

Workshop: DIY Guide to Rock Photography

A hands on introduction to rock photography where we explore iconic rock photographs, learn the fundamentals of concert photography and then make compelling pictures of a live band.

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Sep 212013

Family Matters

Daylight’s Fall 2013 books all riff on the idea of family. In a panel discussion with the artists we will discuss the pleasures and difficulties of depicting ones close relations. Featuring Sarah Christianson, Henry Jacobson, Sara Macel and Katie Murray. Moderated by Taj Forer and Michael Itkoff.

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Sep 212013

Workshop: Impossible Instant Lab Demo

Impossible has been reinventing photography since 2008, when it first started producing new film for Polaroid cameras. Now we are once again changing the world of analog film with the introduction of our first hardware.

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Sep 212013

Artist Talk: Donald Weber

Following an exploratory trip to Chernobyl in 2005, Donald Weber soon returned to the abandoned site of the nuclear disaster and spent the next six years in Russia and Ukraine photographing the ruins of the unstoppable storm we call history. Traveling and living with ordinary people who had survived much, had survived everything, Weber began to see the modern State as a primitive and bloody sacrificial rite of unnamed Power.

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Sep 212013

Perspectives in Documentary Photography

This interactive, bilingual workshop will explore the impact and importance of documentary photography in telling personal and political stories.

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Sep 212013

Documenting Communities Impacted by Gun Violence

The Magnum Foundation’s panel discussion will highlight the experiences of photographers and activists working in communities affected by gun violence. Issues of access, process, and protection for photographers will be addressed. Organized in conjunction with MF’s installation at Photoville: Heaven’s Gain: Recent work by Justin Maxon.

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Sep 212013

Diana Dialogues

Trace the Diana’s roots back to where it all began: learn how the camera has created trends and become a classic artistic tool for several generations of photographers.

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Sep 212013

Artist Talk: Gerard H. Gaskin

Gerard H. Gaskin, 2012 winner of the Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography, will present and discuss work from his forthcoming book, Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene.

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Sep 212013

Creative Manipulations with Impossible Film

Image manipulation & emulsion lifts give you the freedom to play with your instant film images, allowing you to expand your skill set to create distinctive works of art through experimentation.

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Sep 212013

Artist Talk: Wayne Lawrence

INSTITUTE artist Wayne Lawrence will be in conversation with independent curator Elisabeth Biondi, discussing Lawrence’s new book, ‘Orchard Beach: The Bronx Riviera’.

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Sep 212013

Cyanotypes – Blue Photographic Prints from Sunlight

In 1842 Sir John Herschel decided that the Daguerreotype, the first photographic printing process, was too expensive, difficult and potentially lethal. Thus, he invented in that year the printing process to which he gave the name Cyanotype.

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Sep 212013

Artist Talk: Anais Lopez

Only in Burundi is a collaborative project by photographer Anais Lopez and writer Eva Smallegange. Lopez will talk about the story behind the project Only in Burundi and her voyage to discover Burundi trough all the layers of its society. She will elaborate on how this project came to be and discuss how artists can get projects published as an artist in these trying times.

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Sep 212013

Great Portraits in 15 Seconds

This workshop is aimed at anyone who wants to take better portraits whether of friends, family or strangers in the street. David Graham is a UK based award-winning portrait photographer who believes anyone can take great portraits in a short time. David shows you his tips and tricks and by the end you will know how.

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Sep 202013

MediaStorm Presents

Brian Storm will present on digital storytelling and the cinematic narrative. Citing work by his production company, Storm will emphasize how storytelling continues to evolve as a result of technological innovations and an expanding media universe. The digital age gives filmmakers, documentary photographers and photojournalists extraordinary and unprecedented new ways to tell stories.

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Sep 202013

Marvin Heiferman, Photography Changes Everything

Curator/writer Marvin Heiferman in conversation with Pete Brook about photography’s impact in our lives, exploring how photographs package information and values, demand and hold attention, and shape our knowledge of and experience in the world.

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Sep 202013

Collecting Color Photography

Since its inception, the medium of color photography has developed and expanded rapidly and with it, the market for collecting color photography continues to evolve. From the perspective of collectors, dealers and curators, this panel examines the market – discussing what is being collected, who is collecting, where collectors find new work and how color photography is valued.

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Sep 202013

Motivation, Marketing and Moxie

Geared towards marketing, this one-hour workshop is designed for artists who are ready to take control of their careers and move towards their goals at a swift pace.

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Sep 192013

Opening of Photoville 2013

Join us for Photoville’s opening celebration!

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Sep 292012

Photographs Not Taken

A fascinating discussion of photographers’ essays about failed attempts to make a picture.

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Sep 292012

Workshop: Editing Your Portfolio

A seminar filled with tips on how to build a strong, cohesive body of work, followed by a group critique. Participants are encouraged to bring a work-in-progress portfolio, some prints, their CV and artist statement.

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Jul 12012

Workshop: La Sardina Skylines

Say hello to the 35mm sardine can camera, La Sardina! With a wide-angle lens, multiple exposure capabilities and rewind dial, this skipper is just waiting to submerge you in the wild world of experimental analogue photography.

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Jul 12012

How to Make a Camera out of Anything

This workshop takes a quick look at the history, theory, and practice of pinhole photography and participants make their own camera. Presented by Liz Sales

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Jul 12012

Surface Tension

A curatorial discussion of recent exhibitions which present work by photographic artists which free the medium of its traditional documentary impulse, instead creating images which push our understanding of what a photograph could and should become via gestures of abstraction, deconstruction, and manipulation by the artists’ hand.

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Jul 12012

Photography as Activism

This presentation will include a brief history of activist photography, and then a panel of committed photographers will present current projects and discuss their role as advocacy journalists.

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Jul 12012

An Introduction to Impossible film and The Polaroid SX-70 Camera

Delve into the magical world of the iconic Polaroid SX-70 camera with the new Impossible Project film.

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Jul 12012

Janelle Lynch “Los Jardines de Mexico”

Lynch will discuss her recent work, including the work from her book “Los Jardines de Mexico.”

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Jul 12012

Workshop: Meet the Lovely Diana Mini

This little wonder is actually two cameras in one. In this workshop we explore all the tricks and techniques that the Diana Mini is capable of!

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Jul 12012

Copyright 2.0

Copyright 2.0 will review key provisions of the Copyright law that all photographers should know, and will challenge listeners to think about how the law and user’s behavior must be reformed to make the law more effective.

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Jul 12012

Tintype Photo Booth

If you are looking for a portrait photograph that captures the passion of your unique, individual personality, step into our portable tintype photo booth and experience the magic of this 19th century photographic process!

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Jun 302012

FotoVisura’s Women in Photography

Adriana Teresa Letorney will showcase a selection of work by emerging women photographers from the FotoVisura community.

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Jun 302012

Embracing the Impossible

This is the story of how a handful of passionate analog instant film enthusiasts saved the last remaining Polaroid plant and all the adversities they had to overcome.

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Jun 302012

Film Winding

Wind exotic 35mm cinematography film into re-usable still film canisters. Tools supplied are Bulk Loader, Dark-room Bag, Canister, and know-how. Presented by George Campbell

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Jun 302012

Community Collaborations

Community-based art is a hyphenated field in which artists collaborate with people whose lives directly inform the subject matter to express collective meaning, help participants find their voice, and build community.

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Jun 302012

Foot in the Door

Getting your “Foot in the Door,” is a seminar for emerging photographers and photo-based artists looking to prepare themselves for new opportunities, and take their marketing to the next level.

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Jun 302012

Artist Talk: Using Your Photography to Make A Difference

Wyatt Gallery talks about his show “Tent Life: Haiti” and discusses his experience with HealHaiti.org. Discover how you can use your style of photography to make a difference.

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Jun 302012

Beyond the Picture: The Art of Selling Music Photography

What does it take for music and entertainment photographers to successfully market and sell their work?

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Jun 302012

The Future of Photography

Are we over saturating our culture with imagery or is visual imagery simply the foremost way we communicate?

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Jun 302012

Running or Ruining Your Photography Business

Van Driel speaks about the mistakes of talented photographers who ruin their businesses, only because they neglect commercial ‘rules’.

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Jun 302012

An Introduction to Impossible Film and the Polaroid 600 Camera

This workshop is designed to explore the full potential and versatility of any Polaroid 600 series camera.

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Jun 302012

One Day Tintype Workshop

This will be an intensive one-day introduction to the tintype process that was the leading mode of photography in the 1850′s and 1860′s.

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Jun 292012

Nighttime Projection: Photos from the Fence

A presentation of juror highlights from The Fence, UPI’s summer-long outdoor photo exhibition exploring the multi-faceted theme of ‘community.’

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Jun 292012

Ed Kashi “Photojournalisms: Images and Journals from Ed Kashi’s New Book”

Kashi will discuss the evolution of this unique and personal project, shedding light on what it means to be balance the rigorous work of a traveling photojournalist while also raising a family.

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Jun 282012

The Art of Fashion Portraiture

Fashion is much more than glossy magazines and designer labels. Discover how to translate a portrait into an iconic fashion image.

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Jun 242012

Presentation: Show-and-Tell

Show-and-Tell is exactly what it sounds like: People can bring an object of personal significance and talk about it for up to three minutes.

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Jun 242012

Workshop: La Sardina Skylines

Say hello to the 35mm sardine can camera, La Sardina! With a wide-angle lens, multiple exposure capabilities and rewind dial, this skipper is just waiting to submerge you in the wild world of experimental analogue photography.

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Jun 242012

Talk: “Crash Course in Stock – A Stock Market Report from WIN-Initiative”

This talk will help you get to understand stock in today’s marketplace, explain the needs and expectations of clients, and provide insight to you, the image maker.

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Jun 242012

Human Rights Through Visual Story Telling

Matthieu Rytz will describe how photography should be used as a visual narrative to speak about human rights.

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Jun 242012

Walking Tour: Photographing DUMBO with a Leica Digital Rangefinder

Follow the path of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and Elliott Erwitt by experiencing the extension of art, craftsmanship and philosophy of the Leica brand. Today, Leica’s flagship M-System remains the preferred tool of photojournalists and documentary photographers worldwide.

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Jun 242012

Panel Discussion: The New Documentary

This panel discussion will explore where documentary photography is heading in the second decade of the 21st century.

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Jun 242012

Workshop: The Magic of Multiple Exposures

One of the best reasons to shoot with Lomography cameras is the ease of creating magical multiple exposures. Here, we’ll cover all the bases of double and multiple exposure photography, including tips, tricks, and techniques to get the best shots with a wide range of Lomography cameras.

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Jun 242012

The Decisive Moment: Leica Camera M-System

Leica Camera invites you to a seminar featuring the famed rangefinder M-System.

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Jun 242012

Workshop: Plastic Fantastic

From multi-lens marvels like the Actionsampler, Supersampler, Oktomat, and Pop 9, to the 170 degree-grabbing magic of the Fisheye and Fisheye2. In this workshop, we’ll discuss each of the plastic cameras while opening up a world of new shooting possibilities.

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Jun 242012

Workshop: Great Portraits in 15 Seconds – A Portrait of New York

Led by British photographer, David Graham {www.photograhams.com} who believes that anyone can take a great portrait quickly if you know how.

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Jun 242012

Workshop: Conveyor Arts’ Kiddy Zines [Suggested Age Group 6 – 12]

Zines are an exciting part of the photography scene right now. Teens can participate by making their very own zine. You are also welcome to bring your own images to use!

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Jun 242012

Tintype Photo Booth

If you are looking for a portrait photograph that captures the passion of your unique, individual personality, step into our portable tintype photo booth and experience the magic of this 19th century photographic process!

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Jun 232012

Storytelling @ MediaStorm

MediaStorm founder and executive producer Brian Storm will present on digital storytelling and the cinematic narrative. Storm will discuss how the digital age gives filmmakers, documentary photographers and photojournalists extraordinary and unprecedented new ways to tell stories.

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Jun 232012

Workshop: Lomographic Lightpainting

Light up Brooklyn with color-splashed, flash-popped, light-streaked Lomographic masterpieces. We’ll teach you ways to play with light and color you’ve never dreamed possible.

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Jun 232012

The Center for Alternative Photography/The Penumbra Foundation

Each artist will give a brief presentation and discussion of their work. This lecture will serve as an introduction to the history and initiatives of the Penumbra Foundation and the CAP.

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Jun 232012

Workshop: The Legacy of the LC-A

The ultimate meet and greet to the camera that started it all: The Lomo LC-A! Discover the LC-A’s history from its early days as the Russian everyman camera, to when it came to the spark that ignited the fire in the hearts of a million Lomographers around the world!

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Jun 232012

The State of the News Photo

Publisher of the award winning visual politics and photojournalism site, BagNewsNotes, Michael Shaw assess the current state of the news photo.

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Jun 232012

Cruel and Unusual: The Prisons, the Photography or Both?

Pete Brook talks about documentary, institutional, vernacular and legal photography and the political uses of images by media, activists and families.

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Jun 232012

Workshop: Gum Printing

Come hang out with Bushwick Community Darkroom and learn this simple and beautiful process.

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Jun 232012

Li Hao “Worshippers”

This work attempts to pry into the worshippers’ inner world and their ethos at the Jokhang Temple Square and the Eighth Gallery Street in Lhasa.

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Jun 232012

Workshop: Diana F+

Join us to learn the basics of the Diana F+ camera while getting some useful tips & tricks on how to get the best images. Afterwards, we’ll head down to the water for a walk in the summer sun. A long, romantic walk with the Diana! What more could you want from life? Don’t have a Diana? Don’t worry, we’ll have lender cameras available and a free roll of film!

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Jun 232012

Workshop: Introduction to Lomography

We’ll explain how the history and philosophy of Lomography. Afterwards, try out a Lomography camera for yourself as we take a photowalk around the park. Lender cameras and one free roll of of film included!

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Jun 232012

Workshop: Great Portraits in 15 Seconds – A Portrait of New York

Led by British photographer, David Graham {www.photograhams.com} who believes that anyone can take a great portrait quickly if you know how.

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Jun 232012

Workshop: Conveyor Arts’ Teen Zines [Suggested Age Group 13 – 19]

Zines are an exciting part of the photography scene right now. Teens can participate by making their very own zine. You are also welcome to bring your own images to use!

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Jun 222012

Crusade for Collecting

A talk about Crusade for Collecting, a mission to cultivate a new crop of art lovers, patrons and collectors.

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