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Past News/Events

 
  • Guest Lecturer: Sam Abell

    05/21/2015
    Speaker
    Canon

    Sam Abell has worked with the National Geographic Society since 1970 and is one of the more overtly artistic photographers among his magazine peers. He has lectured on photography and exhibited his images to audiences throughout the world. Sam is widely known as a speaker that will tell an involving story with a quiet, compelling demeanor. His philosophy regarding the meaning of photography in our lives will resonate with everyone who hears him.

  • Guest Speakers: Jack Reznicki and Edward Greenberg

    05/19/2015
    Speaker

    jackanded.jpgHallmark welcomes guest speakers Jack Reznicki and Edward Greenberg, co-authors of the book The Copyright Zone. Jack, the former president of Professional Photographers of America and Ed, a leading New York copyright attorney, will help guide students through the legal jungle of copyright law and arm them with the legal and business knowledge that professional photographers and visual artists need.

  • Open House for Careers in Photography

    Saturday, May 9, 2015
    05/09/2015
    Open House

    Hallmark Institute of Photography Open House May 9, 2015

    Saturday, May 9, 2015
    12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

    ARE YOU READY TO...

    • Meet professional photographers, artists and business people who love to teach?
    • Take part in actual studio shooting sessions? Learn about our new still/motion video program?
    • See our design lab and imaging theater, envied by today's top professional photographers?
    • Hear how we train our graduates to be successful storytellers in today's imaging world?
    • Talk to our current students about their passion for photography and why they chose Hallmark?

    THEN LET'S GET STARTED!

    Call us now at 413.863.2478 or RSVP online to tell us you will join us.

    Check out this map for a sneak preview!

  • Guest Lecturer Steve Giralt

    05/08/2015
    Speaker

    Hallmark welcomes photographer Steve Giralt, who will be presenting a talk on the Business of Commercial Photography. The lecture will give students real-world information on everything from promotion and estimating, to advice on how to get started in the industry. Steve will answer questions about who does what in the commercial world, and what students need to know on set.

    Originally from Miami, Steve studied photography at Rochester Institute of Technology, and started shooting commercially in 2002. In 2005, he was selected as one of PDN magazine's coveted 30 emerging photographers to watch. He shoots food, still life, portraits, interiors, travel and more for both editorial and advertising clients. Some of his clients include Food Network Magazine, Starbucks, JM Smuckers, Victoria's Secret, Kraft, Macy's and Woman's Day.

    Check out his website at: http://stevegiralt.com/

  • Guest Lecturer Rick Souders

    04/27/2015
    Speaker

    Denver-based food photographer Rick Souders returns to Hallmark to share the fascinating world of food photography. In addition to sharing his impeccable photography, Rick, along with a team of professionals, demonstrate a live shoot and show our students the art and magic of food photography. Mr. Souders is an honors graduate from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. His award-winning photography can be seen worldwide in food and beverage advertising campaigns, print, packaging and annual reports in over 60 different countries.

    To view some of Rick's work, visit: http://www.soudersstudios.com/

  • Guest Instructor: Matthew Cavanaugh

    04/09/2015
    Speaker

    Matthew Cavanaugh from right next door in Greenfield, Massachusetts returns to wrap up his course on photojournalism and documentary photography. Cavanaugh is a photojournalist who strings for national news services like the NY Times and the Boston Globe. He spent ten years working in the DC area for the news bureaus before returning to this area with his family to continue his photo journalism and wedding career. 

    You can see Matthew's work at: http://matthewcavanaugh.com/

  • Guest Lecturer: Makeup Artist Liz Washer

    Working with a Professional Makeup Artist
    04/02/2015
    Speaker

    Professional makeup artists know to prepare a subject for the camera; from making them look like their best self, to creating visual works of art. No one understands this better than makeup artist Liz Washer, who shares her industry knowledge and an on-site demo with the class. Recognized for her natural touch and eye for color, Liz has been a fixture behind the scenes at shoots and events since 2005. In her lecture, Liz talks about HD makeup, and feature-enhancing, camera-ready makeup and grooming for commercial/editoral print and video production.

    To date, Liz's work has been featured in ads, catalogs, commercials, editorials, fashion shows, corporate productions, and independent films. Samples of her work can be found at: http://www.lizwashermakeup.com/

  • Workshop with Claire Rosen

    The Constructed Image
    03/23/2015 - 03/25/2015
    Speaker

    Claire Rosen is an photographer and video artist who blends a fine-art sensibility with commercial work to create whimsical imagery inspired by fairy tales, fables, and other children's stories. She brings her extraordinary talents to Hallmark with a 3-day intensive workshop called The Constructed Image. The workshop covers the elements involved in creating conceptual imagery with a focus on making images that are about something rather than of something.

    To see some of Claire's amazing work, visit http://www.claire-rosen.com/

  • Guest Lecturer: Andy Biggs

    03/11/2015
    Speaker
    Legion Paper

    Moab Master Andy Biggs is an avid adventurer, conservationist, teacher, and outdoor photographer whose photography celebrates the African landscape and its rich wildlife, people, and culture. With a deep respect and understanding for African wildlife, Andy unfolds the world of the Serengeti, the Okavango Detla and other wildlife-rich destinations onto our doorstep with striking emotional depth. His photographic safaris allow the traveler to not only enhance their understanding of photography, lighting, and wildlife, but to develop a life-long admiration for Africa 's beauty and culture.

    To see Andy's work, visit: http://www.andybiggs.com

    More Information: http://www.andybiggs.com/
  • Open House for Careers in Photography

    Saturday, March 7, 2015
    03/07/2015
    Open House

    Hallmark Institute of Photography Open House March 7, 2015

    Saturday, March 7, 2015
    12:30 pm to 3:30 pm

    ARE YOU READY TO...

    • Meet professional photographers, artists and business people who love to teach?
    • Take part in actual studio shooting sessions? Learn about our new still/motion video program?
    • See our design lab and imaging theater, envied by today's top professional photographers?
    • Hear how we train our graduates to be successful storytellers in today's imaging world?
    • Talk to our current students about their passion for photography and why they chose Hallmark?

    THEN LET'S GET STARTED!

    Call us now at 413.863.2478 or RSVP online to tell us you will join us.

    Check out this map for a sneak preview!

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