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Creating a Successful Kickstarter Campaign

Creating a Successful Kickstarter Campaign with guests Lou Jones and Barry Schneier  During this Free ZOOM webinarwe will review three successful Kickstarter campaigns. It takes more than luck and a good idea to reach your goal. In this one hour plus presentation, Lou Jones, Barry Schneier and Digital Silver Imaging will tell you the elements that made... [Read the Rest]

Ruddy Roye with the Photographic Resource Center

Photographic Resource Center

Radcliffe Roye is a Brooklyn based documentary photographer specializing in editorial and environmental portraits and photo-journalism photography. A photographer with over twelve years of experience, Radcliffe is inspired by the raw and gritty lives of grass-roots people, especially those of his homeland of Jamaica.

Strengthen Your Creative Practice with J. Sybylla Smith

Concept Aware® (CA) is a unique creative framework for concept development developed by J. Sybylla Smith. Strengthen the foundation of your creative practice by increasing awareness of how you see and the components of an impactful image. This overview outlines principles of the CA structure in a presentation utilizing contemporary photography.

Digitizing Your Film Archive

Your film archive has value as a source of income, a portfolio of your work, and as a historic and personal record. How to digitize your archive is often a source of confusion and misinformation. In this webinar, the experts at Digital Silver Imaging will visit a variety of ways to digitize your archive with... [Read the Rest]

Digital Silver Imaging Technical Webinar Series: Finishing Options – Best Practices for Display

A matted and framed print isn’t always the best option. In this show-and-tell presentation, Eric Luden will discuss the finer points of finishing a print for exhibition and display. Questions pertaining to archival stability, durability, and cost will be addressed along with aesthetic consideration. Finishing is often the most expensive part of making a print,... [Read the Rest]