In the ever-evolving world of print and electronic publishing, the role of the photographer may be determined in a variety of ways. APA DC is hosting our MAY BROWN BAG event to foster a dialogue between photographers and editors, and we are asking you to join us for this discussion. Find new opportunities in the editorial field, and see how you can profit from knowing how the hiring process works.
Editors in attendance include Lauren Stockhower, (Freelance Photography Editor, whose clients have included National Geographic books, Traveler and the Nature Conservancy. She is a former US News and World Report Photo editor.), Lori Epstein, (Senior Illustrations Editor, National Geographic Children’s Books) and David Hicks (Photography Editor, Washingtonian Magazine)
As photographers we learn how to punt and change directions if what we?ve scheduled changes. It defines our profession. Being flexible, solving problems. Without those characteristics, it would be impossible to survive in this evolving market place. Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control, APA|DC had to cancel the highly recommended printing workshop offered by premier printer and teacher, Bob Korn. In it?s place we are going to jump start our popular Brown Bag series this upcoming Thursday, March 3rd at 6:30pm.
APA|DC Board member, Randy Santos, will lead the discussion on adapting to an evolving marketplace. He will talk about his own successful business, DCStockimages.com ; how he self assigns himself projects in order to create the stock he sells. And how to be flexible and change directions when the market demands it.
The need for stock is rising and the number of assignment diminishing. Randy will have a few pointers that he’s developed to create his successful business, which allows him to still do what we all came into this profession to do, take pictures. Everyone is invited to join and share their own experiences.
All photographers, editors, friends and family are invited
Refreshments will be served.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Tina Williams’ Studio
2807e Merrilee Dr
Fairfax, VA 22031
Whether you’ve been in photography for decades or just getting started, to succeed in today’s rapidly changing market you need to keep growing and adapting.
APA|DC offers a unique solution: a highly popular series of brown bag events in which professional photographers, in an informal discussion setting, candidly share thoughts about what is and isn’t working, discuss best practices, and sharpen the skills they need to succeed.
Hosted exclusively by APA|DC, these events give you unfiltered insights and answers you simply can’t find anywhere else.
If you’ve never attended one of our Brown Bag Meetings, they are basically structured informal discussion, no set program, where we discuss and share our ideas and thoughts regarding a set topic. Even if you feel you have nothing to learn from our topic it is always beneficial for other members to hear from other experienced photographers their thoughts and ideas. Remember, our goal at APA is to elevate the level and quality of all our work, for all our members.
DO TO CIRCUMSTANCE BEYOND OUR CONTROL, WE ARE VERY SORRY TO HAVE TO CANCEL THIS EVENT!
WE ARE WORKING TO SEE IF WE CAN RESCHEDULE FOR A LATER DATE. ALL MONIES WILL BE RETURNED! OUR APLOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVIENCE THIS MAY HAVE CAUSED.
APA|DC is proud to present Master Printer and Renowned Workshop Leader BOB KORN in a
special TWO DAY EVENT!
March 3 & 4
Despite the universal acceptance of websites, online source books, and mobile devices to review an artist’s work, the print still has a prominent place in your arsenal. Industry experts often stress the importance of having a printed portfolio to use as a tool for obtaining meetings with Art Directors, Editors, Designers and other creatives. Many of the top Agencies and Publishers still call for your book when they are calling for bids on high end shoots.
Whether you are creating a portfolio, album, guide print, or fine art print of any size, it is crucial to know how to get the most of your software and printer. Bob Korn, owner of Bob Korn Imaging, is a master photographic and digital printmaker. Over the past thirty years, he has adapted to the constant change of techniques and technology while developing an eye which can see color like no other. Bob?s prints can be found in every major collection throughout the world, including the Getty, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Smithsonian. With work shown in such varied and illustrious museums, he truly is a highly prolific artist.
Bob?s reputation for producing unparalleled color prints has generated a clientele of many of the world?s best photographers. The commitment to quality and client-printer collaboration is what sets Bob and his work apart and has enabled him to work with the likes of Joel Meyerowitz, Gregory Heisler, Richard Avedon, Jay Maisel and numerous others.
Join us for a rare opportunity to learn from the best, here in Washington, DC!
Thursday March 3, 2011 – Print Review and Discussion
Join Bob while he discusses the importance of the print for exhibition and portfolios. He will be conduct one on one print reviews for attendees and lead a group discussion for each participant giving direction on how to correct individuals prints. Bob will share his Photoshop work-flow and discussing how it can be applied to Lightroom, followed by a Q&A.
Friday March 4, 2011 – All Day Printing Workshop
Friday will be a real hands-on workshop with lots of printing. Working with proof prints, Bob will show you his Photoshop/Lightroom work-flow, you’ll learn how to dial in density and contrast, do color proofing and correction both globally and locally. Bob will cover color management issues, software and equipment set-up, and RAW conversion. If time permits Bob will also give a B/W overview. Each participant will have their own Mac workstations and we will be printing to various Epson printers.
Space is very limited so sign up early!