4:30 -5:15pm | Friday 9/27
Presented by PhotoShelterFeaturing Stephen Mayes; Ben Lowy, photographer; Patrick Witty, TIME; Landon Nordeman, photographer and Michael Christopher Brown, photographer
Whether you think it cheapens the industry or believe it’s the best thing since sliced bread, the fact is that more and more professional photographers are using their phones to shoot – and being paid to do it. Whether it’s brands wanting to access their 1 million followers on Instagram, workshops featuring iPhoneography technique, or even commissioned editorial shoots for photos taken with a cellphone, there’s money in cellphoneography. This panel of magazine editors and pro photographers will talk about what drove the shift from contempt to fervor for this truly innovative photographic style.
Register here: https://luminance-iphoneography.eventbrite.com
While these seminars do not require advanced signup, seating is first come first serve so we highly recommend that you reserve your spot in advance!
This presentation will take place in the Photoville Talk Area – located at the storefront of One Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman St Brooklyn, NY 11201.
The Luminance at Photoville professional development seminars include:
3:00 – 3:45pm | A Photographer’s Guide to Navigating the Art World
4:00pm – 4:45pm | Bringing Your C Game (Creativity!) to an Editorial Shoot
5:00pm – 5:45pm | The Future of Copyright
2:30pm – 3:15pm | Guerilla Marketing For Photographers
3:30pm – 4:15pm | Photo Books: Path to Profit?
4:30pm – 5:15pm | iPhoneography: Making Money With Your Phone
5:30pm – 7:00pm | PhotoShelter Peer Review Happy Hour
About these seminars:
PhotoShelter, the leader in online portfolio websites and business tools for photographers, will present Luminance at Photoville. During the afternoons of September 26 and 27, PhotoShelter will host six 45-minute talks featuring some of the industry’s top experts and renowned photographers. PhotoShelter’s Luminance talks are known to bring together unique and often divergent perspectives to question the future of image making and the photography industry at large. These panels will continue in that spirit by presenting insights on topics ranging from iPhoneography, to the three-minute photo shoot, to the evolving role of the brick-and-mortar gallery.
Photo © Ben Lowy