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Photography Workshop: Capturing the Vision

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Date: Saturday, December 07, 2013
Location: Oshkosh Riverside Campus
Start Time: 8:00 AM End Time: 2:30 PM
Duration: 6.50 hrs

Category: FVTC Conferences & Workshops

Lewis Hine Photography Institute: Capturing the Vision


Saturday, December 7
Fox Valley Technical College Oshkosh Riverside Campus
150 North Campbell Rd.
8-8:30 a.m. - Registration
8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. - Program
Fee: $35.00 or $16.67 for those ages 62 and over (fee includes lunch)
Class #85699

Oshkosh born Lewis Hine was a pioneer social advocacy photographer whose work in 1930 was instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States.

This special day-long program provides professional and personal development photographers and photo journalists of all levels and ages seeking to enhance their skills and produce images of social cultural or environmental significance and impact with the origins of advocacy photography.

Keynote Presentation:
“The Legacy of Lewis Hine, and the Origins of Advocacy Photography” | Michael Cooney, Fox Valley Technical College instructor

Lectures:
  • “Touching Lives with Photography” | Carol Guzy, from Washington, D.C. - four-time Pulitzer Prize winning Washington Post photographer
  • “Seeing in Black and White?” | Cole Thompson, from Ft. Collins, Colorado - internationally exhibited and widely published fine art photographer
Breakout sessions:
  • The New World of Journalism | Carol Guzy and a panel of new media professionals
  • Telling Indigenous Stories in a Digital World | Alex Zacarias, Documentary film producer
  • Cole’s Rule of Thirds: Visions, Capture, & Processing | Cole Thompson
  • Social Justice & Advocacy Photography | Michael Cooney, Travel & Advertising photographer
  • Capturing the Spirit of Flight | Jim Koepnick, Aviation & Event Photographer
  • Build Your Skills: Hands-On Guided Photography sessions
To Register:
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Oshkosh Riverside Campus
920-233-9191