Justyn Denney is a New Zealand based photographer with 15 years professional experience in commercial, fine art, and documentary photography. This PechaKucha explores her experience documenting New Zealand craftsman as well as the relationship between the work and craft in image as a tool for both appreciation and preservation.
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Jim Dugan is a commercial photographer based in Rockland who photographs a variety of subjects, from food and real estate to sailing and kayaking. In 1991, he received an artist’s residency on Monhegan Island. He has also worked as a kayak guide and he teaches photography every summer aboard the schooner Mary Day. His latest work is digital kaleidoscopic images of Maine scenes.
Filmmaking in Turkey - Redefining the Image
BY MANUEL INACKER
@ VOL 1
ON JUL 04, 2014
Arab Image Foundation
Hala Tawil talks about the Arab Image Foundation, dedicated to the collection, preservation and study of photography from the Middle East, North Africa and the Arab Diaspora. The tale of a foundation that acts as an open resource for research, scholarly, artistic and curatorial initiatives, engaging in the study and critical inquiry of photographic and archival practices. Inspiring!
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Importance of Archival Images
BY MICHAEL KELLETT
@ VOL 11
ON JUN 06, 2017
In this presentation, Michael Kellett emphasizes the volatile nature of today’s digital media and the importance of traditional silver-based photographic materials for the long-term storage, archiving and sharing of important images.
How Not to Look Awful in Photos
BY JEMIMA WILLCOX
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 05, 2017
Jemima Willcox provides some really simple tricks and tips on when taking a great image of yourself. She goes through a journey of awful stock photography of people getting their images dreadfully wrong and how you can avoid these mistakes. It’s all to do with the right angle, the perfect lighting and finding your best side. With over 282 million selfies out there Jemima doesn’t want you to be the person who looks bad when there’s some easy solutions to follow for a great photo every time.
How the Words Have Defined the Image
BY DANIEL VOTH
@ VOL 33
ON FEB 22, 2018
Daniel Voth, a passionate indie game developer and advocate who has been working and volunteering in the community since 2014, takes the audience to task on how we interpret art work and get invovled. Quoting John Berger, from the Ways of Seeing, "It’s hard to find exactly how the words have defined the image, but they have."
The Craft of Story Telling
BY SALLY JANOVER
@ VOL 5
ON JUL 19, 2018
Sally Janover has documented much of her life through the lens of a camera, pages of a script as well as the spoken word. She believes that story telling is not generally told in pictures, but well told, can create lasting images in the listener's imagination.