APA NW 2015 Spring Party
APA NW is gathering the Seattle photo community together for a free party! Everyone is invited: pro photographers, assistants, production professionals, graphic artists, creatives, and photo students.
Thursday, May 7, 2015 7:00 to 9:00 PM
Adam Crowley Studio 80 S Washington Street #302
The date coincides with the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square so stop in for tasty appetizers and beverages. Catch up with old friends and find out what APA NW has planned for this year. Questions? Contact APA NW Chairman Greg Probst : firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
1111 NW Ballard Way
Seattle, WA 98107
Social Media sounds like a great set of tools for your business, but just what are you signing up for? Turns out there’s a lot more to social media than just getting re-tweets, likes, and +1s. Can we keep our images from escaping our control? How can we use it to our benefit?
WIN A SONY CAMERA !
FREE RAFFLE WITH ALMOST $4000 IN PRIZES ! (see below)
Pre-register online this week.
Or register at the door during the half hour before the events.
We accept cash, checks, VISA, MC, or PayPal online at the door.
Join APA and save $80 on the 2 day event !
APA Student membership is only $55 and
APA Assistant membership is just $125
Sony Artisan of Imagery and Pulitzer Prize-winning Photographer Brian Smith is teaming up with APA New York Chapter Rep and Photographer Tony Gale to present Photo Assistant Basic Training, developed and offered for years by APA Chapters.
Get a major head start on a career in the photo industry.
With panel discussions, equipment demonstrations from industry experts, and hands-on training, attendees will come away with the essential knowledge and confidence to build your own Pro Assistant reputation. Acquire a comprehensive understanding of professional assisting behavioral guidelines, including contemporary set-etiquette, and discover how this valuable training will get you more call-backs – more repeat clients, more work.
Master Assisting Professionalism. Get booked solid.DAY ONE – Kicks off with the popular “Assistant Panel” which includes experts on working as a photo assistant. Get real world answers to all questions from the attendees. Following the panel discussion will be exciting live software and equipment demonstrations with industry reps from Sony, Profoto, PhotoShelter, and Adobe. Learn from the pros. Industry reps will be on hand to answer all your questions.DAY TWO – Full on, hands-on workshops with much of the gear an assistant will most likely encounter on the majority of professional photo shoots. Many aspects of assisting will be explained in great detail, i.e. strobes, flags, scrims, set etiquette, the assistant kit, tips on getting work, billing, and how to deal with the dreaded cancellation. Following classroom discussion and demonstrations, participants will work along side the Pro Photographers to discover crucial pro assisting skills.
Tickets will be available for Day One at the door, but pre-registration is advised. APA Members must pre-register for Day One even though it is free for members. Admission includes special event Assistants’ Handbook (49 page pdf). It also includes a pdf of PhotoShelter’s “The Photo Assistant’s Handbook. Lunch is provided both days.
Join APA, Save 50% on all Event Admission fees! (see below)
THE COMPLETE EVENT SCHEDULE
9:00 am Registration
9:45 Introduce participants and details what to expect
10:00 – 12:45 Panel discussion and Q&A
12:45 – Lunch Sponsors at tables
1:45 White seamless set‐up
2:30 – 5:00 Sony, Profoto, Tenba, X‐rite, PhotoShelter, Adobe
……………………..Wrap up – Raffle Door Prizes – Day Ends
9:00 am Sign In / Assign Workshop Groups
9:45 Overall presentation, joined by Sony Artisan and 3rd instructor.
……………………Outline and expectations of the day.
10:30 Studio & Equipment rental procedures; how to work with a studio
11:00 Workshops ‐ Each Instructor takes their group and begins assignment –
12:30 – Lunch Sponsors at tables
1:30 Workshops begin again
4:45 Instructors review the day with all attendees. Have Q&A session. Wrap up
5:00 Raffle of Door Prizes ‐ End of day
DAY ONE PANEL DISCUSSION PANELISTS
Tony Gale – Award winning Photographer, APA NY Chapter Representative, (Moderator)
Brian Smith – Pulitzer Prize-winning Pro Photographer, Sony Artisan Of Imagery
Kayla Lindquist – Director, Sony Artisans of Imagery Program, former Photo Assistant
Roland Morgan – Creative Director, Pravda
Brian Jones – Experienced Digital Tech and Pro Assistant, Owner Photo Support NorthWest
QUESTIONS AND TOPICS THE PANEL WILL COVER
Questions for just the Photographers on the Panel:
FREE RAFFLE WITH GREAT PRIZES VALUED AT ALMOST $4,000!
All attendees are entitled to enter a special raffle for:1. One SONY Camera (model to be announced soon) 2. Two copies of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
3. Four Tenba Messenger bags
4. Two Blinkbid licenses
5. Four PhotoShelter one year free Standard accounts
Must be present to win; one prize per winner, one drawing each day.
Special thanks to all of our generous event sponsors:
Join the APA and Save 50% on all Event Admission fees!
APA Student membership is only $55 and APA Assistant membership is just $125.
APA members pay just $40 instead of $120 for the two day Photo Assistant Event !
APA helps you get more work and we have dozens of valuable benefits,
including the APA Pro Assistant sections of the APA National Business Manual.
Why so many Photography Students join the APA is explained here
APA members save $80 on the 2 day Photo Assistant Basic Training Event
Membership or event questions? Please email : email@example.com
Wednesday, July 18
6:00 to 9:00 PM
325 2nd Avenue West
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
PHOTOGRAPHER CAREN ALPERT EXHIBITS FINE ART WORKS:
SAN FRANCISCO – (May 1, 2012) Notable photographer Caren Alpert, based in San Francisco, will have a solo exhibit of her fine art series, terra cibus, at Camerawork Gallery in Portland, OR. The show will run from June 16 – July 20, 2012 and features 10 images that will encourage you to think differently about the food you eat. For the last two years, Caren has been examining the beauty and biology in our most basic form of sustenance.
terra cibus visually addresses America’s new-found obsession with delving deeper into their food. What’s on our plate three-to-five times a day becomes a poetic version of itself, combining food, art and science/technology. Using photographs taken with electron microscopes, Caren has found mystery and familiarity simultaneously. This medium deconstructs, abstracts, and reveals the ordinary in a riveting way.
About Caren Alpert
Caren Alpert is a San Francisco-based fine art and commercial photographer. She specializes in food, travel, and lifestyle topics, and teaches editorial photography at Academy of Art University. Born in New York, and raised in Tucson, Arizona, Caren earned a bachelor’s of fine arts in photography and graphic design from the University of Arizona.
Caren started her career as a photo editor in New York working with titles such as Health and Money Magazines. In addition, she’s worked as an editor and researcher for Vogue, George, and for Miramax Films.
Much of Caren’s commercial life centers around culinary topics. But, she is also a science geek at heart. As a result, she found a way to combine her three favorite topics: food, technology and art, by photographing food with an electron microscope.
About Camerawork Gallery
Camerawork Gallery is located at 2255 NW Northrup Street in Portland, Oregon. It is the oldest fine art photography gallery in the United States. Since the 1970s, the gallery has exhibited photographers from all around the Northwest and nationally. Nestled within the Linfield College Nursing School Campus, the gallery is open 9am – 5pm Monday – Saturday.