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students are up to. Too often in education,
we silo ourselves and miss out on what is
happening in other areas of this wonderful
world of photography. Thank you for being
that window to other schools and ideas.
RANDY BECKER, M.ED.
College of Southern Nevada
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because I can supplement my lessons with
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The 2018 Eddie Adams Workshop
If you’re a new visual journalist seeking an intensive workshop
that will build your portfolio and your network, apply for The Eddie
Adams Workshop by May 31 2018. A group of 100 chosen applicants
spend four days each October at the late photographer’s barn in
Jeffersonville, New York, working in teams, producing a project, having
their portfolios reviewed and listening to renowned photographers
speak. Notable alumni of the workshop include Ami Vitale, Joe McNally,
James Nachtwey, Mary Ellen Mark, Dan Winters, James Balog, Daniel
Berehulak, Christopher Anderson and many others.
Month of Photography Los Angeles
Since 2009, photographers have flocked to the West Coast for
MOPLA to see and show work, engage in discussions about art,
and network within an impressive community of creatives. For their
10th year, expect another program packed with events, including
exhibitions from both established and up-and-coming photographers,
print swaps, dinner series, portfolio reviews, workshops and special
projects. Included in this year’s lineup is an exhibition from our juried
sister magazine, Emerging Photographer, featuring the work of 10
rising photography stars.
Learn more: monthofphotography.com
Sit Back and Learn from the Pros
Of all the resources available to photographers, perhaps none are
more valuable than learning directly from peers and professionals.
While traveling the globe to connect with other photographers might
not always be financially feasible—especially for students—Nikon
has developed a way to make learning from the professionals more
accessible than ever before. With Nikon’s new livestream initiative,
students, professors and photo enthusiasts alike can stream in
real time or watch past recordings of presentations from Nikon
Ambassadors and professional photographers presenting from
Nikon’s booth at events like PhotoPlus, WPPI, CES and more.
Visit NikonUSA.com/Live to tune in for live talks or replays.