1. How To Successfully Sell Pictures at Art Festivals and Fairs


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    In this lecture, Deborah Gilbert discusses both sides of the coin to help you figure out if art fairs are for you, and if they are, how to make them work for you. Some topics include how to apply effectively, how to present your work, and how to create a display. Deborah Gilbert's Website http://www.deborahgilbert.com/

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    • La fotografia di strada spiegata da Alex Coghe


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      An Alex Coghe conference organized by San Costanzo Fotografia in a municipal hall. 35 partipants more the people connected via web. Alex Coghe is an Italian photojournalist currently based in Mexico City. His professional activity ranges from editorial photography to events. His style is marked by raw street photography images with the obsession of the decisive moment and the surreal aspect, but always with a documentary eye. Well known internationally for his commitment to the spread of Street Photography giving workshops to the University and through skype in Italian, English and Spanish, his activity already includes on many publications, prestigious collaborations (Leica, Chicago Photographic Society) and important exhibitions (Barcelona, Los Angeles, Miami). https://www.facebook.com/sancostanzofotografia?ref=ts&fref=ts http://www.alexcoghe.com/

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      • Free Photo Webinars - November 2011


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        Free Photo Webinars focuses on storytelling and street portraits with Humans of New York's Brandon Stanton.

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        • William Klein with Mark Seliger at the SVA Theater


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          Photographer WIlliam Klein interviewed about his life and work by portrait and fashion photographer Mark Seliger at the SVA Theater in New York City.

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          • Everybody Street


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            “Everybody Street” illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. The documentary pays tribute to the spirit of street photography through a cinematic exploration of New York City, and captures the visceral rush, singular perseverance and at times immediate danger customary to these artists. Covering nine decades of street photography, “Everybody Street” explores the careers and influences of many notable photographers––a number of whom have never been documented, featuring: Bruce Davidson, Elliott Erwitt, Jill Freedman, Bruce Gilden, Joel Meyerowitz, Rebecca Lepkoff, Mary Ellen Mark, Jeff Mermelstein, Clayton Patterson, Ricky Powell, Jamel Shabazz, Martha Cooper, and Boogie, with historians Max Kozloff and Luc Sante. http://everybodystreet.com

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            • Episode 19: Fine Art Architecture with Andrew Prokos


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              Peter talks to Andrew Prokos, a New York based photographer that focuses on Fine Art, Architecture and Location work. Andrew's archive of color and black and white New York photographs is one of the largest and most comprehensive of any single photographer.

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              • Women Are Beautiful (After Winogrand), 2014


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                In 1975 I saw a show of Garry Winogrand’s photographs at the Light Gallery on Madison Avenue. I was a teenager, I owned a Leica and I wanted to be a street photographer. Walking into the exhibition I was blown away. The photographs were hung under plexi, a hundred or more, literally floor to ceiling as a Maximalist statement and a testament to Winogrand’s voracious image acquisition strategy. Legend has it that they were pulled from Winogrand’s portfolios in random fashion and hung in that order. That same year Winogrand published Women Are Beautiful, a culled selection of women that he had shot on the street. In the last few years of shooting I have immersed myself on the street, becoming part of the ebb and flow of humanity; gazing at each other and gazing at screens. I too have developed a voracious image acquisition strategy. While I was shooting everybody and everything I decided to edit a group of photographs of women as a tribute to a body of work I have long loved. As an attempt to recreate Winogrand’s wall of photographs in a digital environment, slides will scroll by on the screen as this is the way we tend to look at multiple images today. Running Time: 1:20:14

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                • Robert Del Tredici Born Again Denial and Eternally Recurring Surprise in Nuclear Waste Management.


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                  Born Again - Denial and Eternally Recurring Surprise in Nuclear Waste Management a slide presentation by Robert Del Tredici http://www.bobdeltredici.com/ May 12, 2011, Naropa University, Boulder Colorado from Rocky Flats, a Call to Guardianship a lecture series on the sterwardship of nuclear waste sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center and the Environmental Studies Department of Naropa University. Production: Jeremiah Lyman Moore black and white photographs (c) Robert Del Tredici http://www.bobdeltredici.com/robert-del-tredici-com/nuclear/ color images (c) their respective owners

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                  • Photoshop tips and tricks for fashion and street photography What you can do with filters... but also without!


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                    In this webinar Frank Doorhof explains the need for calibration and shooting in a managed workflow. He shows in several steps how to create unique looking images and walk you through his workflow for selecting and working on images. Next to the street photography he also shares some tips and tricks for fashion photography retouching.

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                    • The Jeremiah Dine Experience, 2014


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                      700 photographs taken over the last four years. This is part of an ongoing daily visual diary, carrying on the tradition of 20th Century street photography. Presented as a slideshow for onscreen viewing. Running time: 1:04:5

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