Vision 2005-10 November, 10.00 – 17.00, The Bridge, London
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Come and learn direct from professional image-makers at the UK’s only event dedicated to aspiring photographers. This year Vision brings you the cutting-edge in contemporary photography, featuring two of Europe’s most exciting new talents, alongside established favourites such as our popular portfolio review and our live fashion shoot.
Exclusive: Antoine d’Agata
A unique opportunity to meet Antoine d’Agata — the new hero of French photography. The Magnum photographer will present his raw, confrontational images in person for the first time in the UK. A contemporary of Nan Goldin and Larry Clark at ICP in New York, d’Agata’s dark, semi-biographical pictures were first published in his 1998 book, Mala Noche, which quickly sold out. Four further books followed, establishing him as one of Europe’s leading new talents. See him first at Vision 2005.
Stephen Gill in conversation with Jon Ronson
The conceptual approach Gill brings to his serialised documentary images has quickly established him as one of the UK’s most recognised photographers. In the 18 months since publishing his first, award-winning book, Field Studies, he has exhibited his work across Europe and brought out two further publications. Jon Ronson is an award-winning writer and broadcaster, best known for his acclaimed documentary series, Secret Rulers of the World and The Double Life of Jonathan King.
Win a Nikon D2X pro digital SLR
Don’t forget to bring your entry to Venture Portrait’s exclusive Vision 2005 competition. Tell someone’s story with a portrait and 300 words and you could win a Nikon D2X pro digital SLR along with hundreds of pounds worth of kit.
Portfolio clinicShow your portfolio to a member of our review clinic, made up of photographers, editors, image buyers and gallerists and get real-world advice from imaging professionals. Places cost £2 – book early to avoid disappointment as places sell out fast.
Photoshop Tips & Tricks
Tim Daly's hands-on Photoshop sessions are always popular with visitors to Vision. Once again he will be bringing along the Digital Media Workshop, to provide informal, practical advice on what is still the industry standard program for image editing. He will host a series of workshops throughout the day, providing visitors through atasks, providing plenty of tips & tricks to take home.
Unleash the power of the Wacom Intuos 3
WIN £2000 CASH
PEOPLE, PLACES or STILL LIFE
|Confirmed exhibitors for Vision 2005 are: |
London College of Communication
Hi-Touch Imaging (HiTi)
Field In Focus
London College of Fashion
The Arts Inst. Of Bournemouth
The Association of Photographers
E-Digital (in association with Adobe)