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31/1/2012

CCP exhibition- National Indigenous Photo- Media Forum

– posted by Sally

Sally is doing a workshop at the CCP on Feb 9th. She will be doing folio reviews on the 10th.

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18/1/2012

National Indigenous Photo-Media Forum

– posted by Sally

Melbourne 8 – 10 February 2010

Where: ACMI at Federation Square, Melbourne
Cost: Free for Indigenous artists. A registration fee applies for all other attendees.
Forum Pass: Full $275, Concession $250 (inc. GST).
Registration: Registration is essential and covers all Forum programs, events and catering including the Forum dinner with keynote speaker Marcia Langton at Sofitel Melbourne on Collins.

More information is available on the ccp website.

11/11/2011

BIFB Update

– posted by Sally

As former Director of the Australian Centre for Photography, Alasdair Foster, said in his speech on the opening night of BIBF”11, “events like this are not so common and are, I believe, essential not only to the cultural richness but to the ultimate wellbeing of our communities…for the wider community they bring enrichment and a sense of locatedness within the world.”

Festival Postscript
After two years of planning, organising and managing, BIFB’11 has come and gone. And what a month it was. Huge numbers, great publicity, a bit of controversy and a month of mainly balmy weather here in Ballarat. We are all decidedly proud and happy with the way things panned out for BIFB'11. The downside is, that given we have set the bar fairly high with this festival, raising it even higher in 2013 is certainly our next challenge. A huge vote of thanks goes out to all involved for making BIFB'11 such a success.

Some Festival Statistics
We are very proud to announce that BIFB’11 was a record-breaking festival in many ways. With over 200 events, we became one of the biggest photography festivals in the world. Our final visitation figures for the Core Program venues stand somewhere around sixty five thousand, an increase of twenty-five thousand from BIFB’09.

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8/11/2011

Exhibiting your work

– posted by Kerry

more information

7/11/2011

Girls on Film- brought to you by ACMP.

– posted by Sally

more information

12/10/2011

hEAd oN photo festival

– posted by Sally

Head On Photo Festival 2010, 4 May - June 2012

Now Open for Expression of Interest.

More information here.

Photographers get involved.

8/9/2011

Projections 2011.

– posted by Kerry

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29/8/2011

Social Media Marketing

– posted by Kerry

12/8/2011

Capture One 6 with Les Walkling SPECIAL TRAMPOLINE OFFER Tuesday 16th August

– posted by Kerry

Every Assistant, Photographer and student should have a solid understanding of Capture One 6 as part of their photographic toolkit.  Recognised as the industry leading photographic image workflow and processing software, particularly since the release of version 6, you cannot afford to be in the marketplace without this essential skillset.

Blue Tree Studios is pleased to present this special offer
to those on the Trampoline mailing list, offering this seminar for the bargain price of only $49 instead of the full price of $77.  Featuring industry expert Les Walkling, this is the best $49 you can spend on your professional development.  Even if you know Capture One, we're sure Les will be able to show you a new trick or two in this latest version.

This seminar presents a comprehensive overview of Capture One 6, Phase One's latest version of their legendary software. Highlights of the seminar include Capture One's exceptional image quality, and the logical and professional workflow it facilitates. RAW, TIFF and JPEG files are processed non-destructively, tethered shooting and batch processing are fully supported, and special tools such as the Colour Editor, High Dynamic Range, Lens Correction and Skin Tone Enhancer produce images of unrivalled beauty, accuracy with processing efficiency.
 
Tuesday 16th August
Time: 6:30-8:30pm
BLUE TREE STUDIOS
2/126 Bertie St
Port Melbourne
VIC  3207

25/7/2011

Demystifying copyright and photography.  TRAMPOLINE   Tuesday 26th JULY

– posted by Kerry

Ever wondered what the laws regarding copyright really are? Ever had conversations with clients and not really known what your rights are? Here is your chance to get educated, brush up on copyright and get answers to all those questions you have been dying to ask but did not know who to turn to.
Sharon Givoni, demystifies copyright and photography for Trampoliners with some live case studies along the way.

We'll be meeting at 6:30pm for a 7pm start time on
Tuesday 26th July
BLUE TREE STUDIOS
2/126 Bertie St
Port Melbourne
VIC  3207
 
$5 Trampoline members
$10 non members
incl drinks and nibbles

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10/6/2011

CCP 2011 Photography Courses with Les Walkling

– posted by Sally

The centre for contemporary photography CCP has some fantastic photography courses with Les Walkling.

Check out what they are offering.

17/5/2011

CCP documentary award 2011 call for entries.

– posted by Kerry

Check it out photographers.... CCP documentary award 2011. Entries close 20th May so jump to it!

11/5/2011

Blue Tree Studios- Les Walkling Seminars.

– posted by Kerry

For more information:

E: info@bluetreedtudios.com.au

W: www.bluetreestudios.com.au

21/2/2011

AIPP Decathlon.

– posted by Kerry

Sally will be one of 10 speakers presenting at the AIPP's Decathlon Wednesday 23rd February 2011.

She is limited to 10 minutes. Should be interesting!!!

18/2/2011

International Conference on Food Styling and Photography.

– posted by Sally

Caroline Westmore food stylist from Gusto has forwarded us this info about a food and photography conference.

June 24-27, 2011
Registration opens in mid-February, with full program information available soon!

Main conference (June 25-26) early bird registration will be $525

Additional master classes on June 24 and June 27, including a day of still photography/videography for blogs will be $300/day
 

P.S. It's in Boston!

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