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    • 20 Apr 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • 23 Apr 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Margate Resort
    Register
    All conference programming is free to current NHPPA members. There will be a pizza party on Saturday night at a cost of $10 per person.  On Sunday evening we will be holding our Awards Banquet at a cost of $35 per person.  The deadline to register for banquet is April 7. After that date the cost will increase to $45 per person.

    If you are not a current member of NHPPA, you can join as a first time member at conference and have your membership paid through May 31, 2019. There are many benefits to joining NHPPA, and we encourage you to contact our Membership Chair Dennis Spaziano at dspaz@comcast.net for more information."   




    • 06 Jun 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    • Derryfield Country Club, 625 Mammoth Rd, Manchester, NH 03104
    Register

    The Art of Whimsical Decay
    with Karen Jerzyk
    (www.karenjerzykphoto.com)

    Karen is a photographer living and working in the Greater Boston area. As a self prescribed “incredibly introverted, awkward wallflower,” Karen looked for a way to express herself other than words, and found that when her parents gifted her a camera in 2003. After many years of photographing promotional shoots and stage portraits for bands, she decided to shift her focus to people, portraying them in elaborate scenes.

    Karen’s signature style of photography started in 2011 as a means of coping with the sudden death of her father and has evolved into several different projects since then. Typically pairing scenes of decay with fantastical whimsy, her photos often portray what look like cinematic stills pulled from an elaborate storyline. Being quoted as using the term “future-past” when asked about the time period of the photos, Karen is always on the hunt for antiques and oddities to coincide with her elaborate set designs to create imagery that appear to be historical with a garnish of science fiction. 

    Karen strives to produce photos that tell a story – that connect with the viewer on a personal level. Her photos are meant to be read like a book, and looked at and thought about often. There is no “right answer” to the ultimate meaning of any one of her photos, as each viewer can read the scene differently. Karen’s goal is to evoke thought and emotion through each of her photos.

    Karen’s work is now attracting worldwide attention and was recently featured on NH Chronicle and has been highlighted in magazines and websites around the world.

    If you have any questions, contact meeting chair Tom Royer at royertcr@comcast.net.

    Click here for flyer: 6Jun2018_KarenJerzyk.pdf

    • 04 Nov 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • The Derryfield Country Club, 625 Mammoth Road, Manchester, New Hampshire
    • 131
    Register

    Body Beautiful
    with Lindsay Adler
    (www.lindsayadlerphotography.com)

    Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler has risen to the top of her industry as both a photographer and educator. Based in New York City, her fashion editorials have appeared in numerous publications including Marie Claire, In Style, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar and more. As a photographic educator and having been named one of the top 10 best fashion photographers in the world, she is one of the most sought-after speakers internationally.

    In this jampacked seminar, Lindsay will talk about and demonstrate the tools and techniques to allow the beauty of the human form to shine through your photographic artwork. When photographing the everyday person instead of models, you are often asked to photograph and flatter more challenging features – round face, pronounced nose, large forehead, double chin, assymmetrical features, bald head, glasses, defined wrinkles, full figured and curvier clients, and more. It is imperative when you photograph them you are able to do so with confidence. In this workshop Lindsay will share her secrets of how posing, lighting, camera angle, lens choice, clothing choice, and Photoshop all work together for successful imagery.

    Whether your photography focus is wedding, portrait, or intimate boudoir, understanding how to flatter the body is essential. Lindsay will lay down a solid foundation of posing and styling so that you can make your clients feel comfortable in front of the camera.

    Thank you to our sponsors: Hunt's, Miller's Professional Imaging, Tether Tools, and Spider Holster.

    View PDF flyer: Fall-Seminar-2018_LindsayAdler.pdf

    E-mail John Malboeuf at johnm@johnmphoto.com with any questions.

Past events

04 Apr 2018 April Monthly Meeting: "Food Photography as an Art"
14 Mar 2018 March Monthly Meeting: "Competition Cleanup: Photoshop Tips to for Polishing Your Images"
10 Mar 2018 Photo Festival 6 - “Travel photos - To Enhance or Not to Enhance.... ”
03 Mar 2018 Photo Festival 5 - " Fine Art Portrait Painting with Corel Painter"
24 Feb 2018 Photo Festival 4 - “Snapshot to Portfolio Shot ”
17 Feb 2018 Photo Festival 3 - “Lightroom: Tips, Tricks, and a Faster Workflow ”
13 Feb 2018 February Monthly Meeting: "Image Critique"
03 Feb 2018 Photo Festival 2 - “Lighting 1, 2, 3”
20 Jan 2018 Photo Festival 1- ”Dance School Craziness and My Unexpected Niche ”
18 Jan 2018 Mini Monday Event: "Image Competition: Start to Finish"
03 Jan 2018 Annual Business Meeting and Vendor Appreciation Night
04 Dec 2017 Mini Monday Event: "The Art of Digital Painting"
01 Dec 2017 NHPPA Christmas Party
13 Nov 2017 Mini Monday Event: "From Zero to $500K+ With No Studio"
06 Nov 2017 Mini Monday Event: "Successfully Price Your Product"
01 Nov 2017 November Monthly Meeting: "Ten BOLD Business Tips"
29 Oct 2017 Fall Seminar 2017: "GO HOME! For Custom Senior Portraits"
04 Oct 2017 October Monthly Meeting: "What an Artist Looks Like"
02 Oct 2017 Mini Monday Event: "Hitch Hikers Guide to Web & Social Media for Photographers - Part II"
23 Sep 2017 NHPPA Best of Show Book 2017
18 Sep 2017 Mini Monday Event: "Hitch Hikers Guide to Web & Social Media for Photographers - Part I"
06 Sep 2017 September Monthly Meeting: "Making Lemonade"
07 Jun 2017 June Monthly Meeting: "The Art of Digital Photography"
15 May 2017 Mini Monday Event: "Instagram Marketing"
21 Apr 2017 58th Annual NHPPA Conference
12 Apr 2017 April 12, 2017 Meeting “Finding the Passion in Portraits - Yours and Theirs”
25 Mar 2017 Photo Festival 7 - “Marketing and Workflow & The Relationship Between Them”
12 Mar 2017 Mini Monday Event - Wayne Flanagan: Night Photography
11 Mar 2017 Photo Festival 6 - “Real Estate Photography”
04 Mar 2017 Photo Festival 5 - From Snips to Snails to Sugar and Spice: Photographing Children
01 Mar 2017 March Monthly Meeting - Boudoir and Beauty Portraits
18 Feb 2017 Photo Festival 4 - “Lighting 1, 2, 3”
11 Feb 2017 Photo Festival 3 - “Fashion Photography from the Ground Up”
04 Feb 2017 Photo Festival 1- ”The Nuts and Bolts of Wedding Photography”
01 Feb 2017 February Dinner Meeting - Image Critique
28 Jan 2017 Photo Festival 2 - “The Marketing Power of Conceptual Photography”
04 Jan 2017 January Annual Business General Meeting
16 Dec 2016 NHPPA Christmas Party - RSVP Registration by December 9th!!
06 Nov 2016 Fall 2016 Seminar "The Art of Painting with Photoshop"
02 Nov 2016 November 2 2016 Meeting - Lisa Cuchara, PhD, HonNEC "Applying Textures to Photographs"
07 Sep 2016 Born to Shoot Wild
01 Jun 2016 Animal Portraiture
22 Apr 2016 57th Annual NHPPA Conference
13 Apr 2016 April Dinner Meeting
02 Mar 2016 March Dinner Meeting

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