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Nominate Your Favorite Educator

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Accepting Nominations through November 17 CENTER invites you to nominate your favorite photography educator for the distinguished Excellence in Teaching Award honoring a deserving teacher with a $4,000 award. Students are invited to nominate a favorite educator by submitting an email to suzanna@visitcenter.org limited to three paragraphs describing why the teacher should receive this award….
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ASPP NY Holiday Party – December 3, 2015

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Celebrate the Holidays with ASPP NY Chapter Members and Friends at our Annual Holiday Party! December 3, 2015 – 6:30 – 9:30 pm Shutterstock, Empire State Building, 350 Fifth Avenue 21st Floor, NYC During the party we will honor and celebrate with ASPP’s 2015 Jane Kinne Picture Professional of the Year Michael Masterson…
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Saxon Holt’s Book “Good Garden Photography” receives 2015 Gold Award

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ASPP MEMBERS | SAXON HOLT (www.photobotanic.com) Self Published E-Book wins Best Garden Book of the Year Garden photographer / ASPP member / PICTURE PROFESSIONAL magazine contributor Saxon Holt’s string of award winning books has now grown to four in a row. His self-published e-book Good Garden Photography received the 2015 Gold Award…
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YPA and Harlem’s DMTP To Train “A Thousand Young Photographers”

These students from the Digital Media Training Program in Harlem  were among 15 winners of the 2nd Annual White House Student Film Festival. Image © Melvin McCray.

Non-Profits Announce a New Joint Media Initiative to Make Media History Harlem’s own Digital Media Training Program (DMTP)—fresh off the White House Student Film Festival awards ceremony—now collaborates with the inspiring, educating and empowering Young Photographers Alliance (YPA) to create media projects using photography to inspire and to train young adults. In…
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The Law – Releases 101: Why and When You Need Them

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—Exclusive article by Nancy E. Wolff for The Picture Professional, Issue 3, 2015. Whether a photographer needs to obtain any additional permission from third parties to publish or license a photograph depends on both the content depicted in the photograph and the context of the intended use. Here’s a rundown of the…
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NEW YORK – Michael Shulman on Magnum’s “Cuba 1959” by Burt Glinn

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Presentation and Book Sale: Magnum Photos’ Michael Shulman discusses the book Cuba 1959 by Magnum photographer Burt Glinn. Thursday, November 12, 2015 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm PhotoShelter 33 Union Square West, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10003 ASPP Members: $5, Non Members: $10. Michael will share and describe the stories behind the incredible photos of the…
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Andre Rosa: The Drag Queens & Covered Bridges of New Hampshire

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—by Josh Steichmann for The Picture Professional, Issue 3, 2015. “The whole thing started as a joke: ‘I’ve discovered the culture of New Hampshire. It’s covered bridges and drag queens,’” photographer Andre Rosa explains. Rosa had just moved to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project, an effort to bring 20,000 libertarians to the…
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Issue 3, 2015

The PICTURE Professional, Issue 3/2015. Cover Image © Chrysanne Stathacos

IN THIS ISSUE: All the Colors We Cannot See / Chrysanne Stathacos Cool Is Skin Deep / Irwin Wong Drag Queens & Covered Bridges / Andre Rosa Brooke Hodess on Shooting For Diversity Katie Buntsma on Stock Pot Images Nancy E. Wolff on The Law: Releases 101 Kimberly Phipps on Capturing the Color…
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