Intro to Exhibiting Your Photography

dim. 27 janvier à 20:00

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+01:00)

WFM Studios
New York
États-Unis
New York

Exhibiting your work can be a very exciting yet daunting task. What can sometimes feel more nerve-racking is wondering if your work is good enough to exhibit! Where do you even start? Where can you sell your photography and how can you get gallery representation? You may have questions as to what your work is worth as a beginner...or even as an advanced photographer. In this workshop, we will cover the following common concepts for getting started in exhibiting your photography: Setting Goals

Building Confidence to Sell Your Work

Dealing with Negative Feedback

What Sells

Putting Together a Portfolio

Where to Show and Sell Your Work

Getting Gallery Representation

Pricing Your Work

Tips for Negotiating Your Prices

Increasing Your Photography’s Market Value You will leave this workshop better equipped to approach different markets for exhibiting your photography and geared up for the next workshop in this series, which is how to market yourself and your photography, which will be offered a few weeks following. Required: Pen and paper for notes. About the Instructor: Dawn M. Wayand is a professional photographer, exhibition curator, photography educator and founder of NYC Digital Photography Workshops. Having published over 80 feature photography articles and gear reviews since late-2015, Dawn currently writes for the Adorama Learning Center, B&H Photo and Digital Photography School. Dawn has been shooting travel, street and candid portraits since 2001 and has been working with models and actors shooting portraits, headshots and fashion through her own photography business, Dawn M. Wayand Photography, since 2014. You can see examples of Dawn's work in her galleries at www.dawnmwayand.com and http://travel.dawnmwayand.com .

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WFM Studios
New York
États-Unis

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