Workshop: How to Edit Photos
How do you choose great photos from the good ones? Come join in the discussion or pre-register to get feedback on your own photos as part of this informal round-table portfolio review.
Editing your photos – choosing which ones to keep or toss — is one of the hardest tasks for a photographer. A series of photos can become more powerful than any of the individual pictures, but how do you build a well-organized sequence of images?
This free workshop will be lead by photographers Stephen Frailey, who judged the Fulbright photo exhibit, and Fulbright photographer Josh Meltzer.
No pre-registration is required to attend this workshop. However, to have your photos discussed during the informal round-table portfolio review, you need to pre-register. Send your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 7. Attendance will be capped, so we recommend arriving early to ensure getting a seat.
About the presenters:
Stephen Frailey is a fine art photographer and runs the Photography Department at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He judged the Fulbright photo exhibit on which this workshop is based. stephenfrailey.com
After 15 years as a newspaper staff photographer in Virginia and Minnesota, Josh Meltzer spent his Fulbright year covering the migration of indigenous people within Mexico. He has repeatedly won POYi awards and now teaches photojournalism and multimedia storytelling at Western Kentucky University. www.joshmeltzer.com
Location: Intersections: Fulbright Photography Exhibit, Atrium Gallery, Ronald Reagan Building (1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington DC)
From street: Enter at 14th and Pennsylvania
From Metro: Enter directly from Federal Triangle Metro station