In Photography International is proud to present WIPI Member images from Kodak's
Easy Share program in NEW YORK CITY, SAN FRANCISCO and LONDON.
asked the Members to choose "their favorite" images for our website.
See below. The onsite showcase will feature approx. 30 images by each photographer.
GALLERY, ONE NIGHT, ONE CHANCE emerging Women In Photography International
photographers, Yvonne De Rosa, Audrey
Tan, Nicola Tree, share an evening hosted by Isabella Blow,
Postle and Carrie Villines/NYC
De Rosa, Audrey Tan, Nicola Tree/UK
EVEMT photo's from NYC and London
See: The Kodak History in Digital starting 1975
YORK CITY: was held on November 3, 2005
Music by DJ King Britt
102 Wooster Street, SoHo, NY
For more info, e-mail KodakNY@ketchum.com or call 646.935.4054
PHOTOGRAPHERS NEW YORK
Diversity Project: Using Kodak EasyShare-one wireless digital cameras, emerging
Women In Photography International professional photographers Amy Postle and Carrie
Villines along with Kenneth Rowe have captured the diversity of New York. Experience
the city through these photographers' eyes as you view multimedia vignettes compiled
from their work.
Photographer Frederic LaGrange: Kodak is pleased to present the
work of accomplished professional photographer Frederic LaGrange
at its One Gallery in SoHo. Named a "Photo District News" "30
Under 30" pro photographer in 2003, Frederic has taken the industry
by storm after switching careers only four years ago. He is currently
working on a book about Mongolia and is a regular contributor
to several magazines including "Conde Nast Traveler" and "Travel
+ Leisure." Beyond his photography expertise, Frederic holds a
masters degree in Economics and International Law and is fluent
in five languages. The exhibit features a sampling of Frederic's
diverse portfolio, which ranges from travel to fashion to portraits
and everything in between.
the Future, Remembering the Past: This photography retrospective shows iconic
images from the past century, showcasing the power of photography in our lives.
FRANCISCO - was held on Thursday, November 3, 2005
Music by D.J. Andy Caldwell
1823 Union Street , San Francisco
For more information about the gallery,
please send an email to KodakSF@ketchum.com or call 415.984.2290.
About the San Francisco Exhibits Premier Photographer Jock McDonald,
Kodak is pleased to present the work of accomplished professional
photographer Jock McDonald at its One Gallery in San Francisco.
Jock has immortalized the famous, non-famous and infamous through
his portraits using varying degrees of humor, exaggeration and
pathos. The exhibit features a sampling of Jock's impressive and
diverse portfolio of images captured around the world.
Kodak Diversity Project - Using Kodak EasyShare-one
wireless digital cameras, Women In Photography International provided opportunities
for emerging photographers Dunja Dumanski and Natascha Unkart who captured the
diversity of San Francisco. Experience the city through the photographers' eyes
as you view multimedia vignettes compiled from their work. Jules Greenberg is
also a participating photographer. Celebrating the Future, Remembering the Past
- This photography retrospective shows iconic images from the past century, showcasing
the power of photography in our lives.
One Galleries in New York and San Francisco - open only during
November 2005 - give people from all walks of life the opportunity
to explore the dynamic world of digital photography. Walk in and
experience compelling exhibits from renowned and emerging artists,
informative technology workshops, master classes by professional
photographers, exclusive events, product giveaways, and hands-on
trial of the latest innovative Kodak products and services, including
the EasyShare wireless system.
Easy Share Events are planned in London in the coming weeks. Included
in this article are four of the seven WIPI photographers who participated
in the Kodak Easy Share project. Enjoy..!
EASY SHARE PROGRAM
Postle, New York City
camera was a little hard for me to get used to, being a film-only
kind of a girl. It took a day of playing to really "get" the camera
and become comfortable enough to get creative with it. Once I
did, I was thrilled with the results!
I love the spontaneity it enabled me to have while shooting around
NYC! The B&W setting and ability to shoot at speeds up to 1600
really allowed me to stay true to my personal vision as a photographer.
Contrast, exposure and color are surprisingly realistic, even
with skin tones, and the large touch screen is amazing! These
are the qualities that enabled me to relax and enjoy the camera
without become uptight about not shooting film. As a result, it
was a very fun and energetic week!
BIG thank you to WIPI and Kodak for this opportunity! It was a
honor and pleasure to be chosen for the project! Not only do I
have a new, fun camera, but I have an entirely new body of work
that I love!
Villines, Brooklyn, NY
I moved to New York in June 2005. Coming from Los Angeles where
I'm accustomed to traveling alone in my car, I have been fascinated
with the variety of people I encounter on the subway. My interactions
on the subway feel very intimate yet very anonymous. This is what
I tried to capture for the Kodak project. Using the Easy Share
One was great for this purpose because it's so small and inconspicuous.
you to Women In Photography for providing this wonderful opportunity.
Unkart, San Francisco
of the results of me partnering up with a little camera, that
fits in my pocket, was reassessing my relationship with the city,
both as flaneuse and voyeuse. being attached to a camera at all
times allowed me to put the familiar in a new perspective, such
as recreating new meaning of language in the public space.
Natascha Unkart Photography San Francisco
aim is to show the diversity of London. I started my project taking
pictures of the most iconic places of the city, showing how they
really are in everyday life. I then concentrated my attention
on the heterogeneity of the people of London, which in my opinion
is what makes this city so distinct and unique. The very last
pictures of my work will be of people passing by an empty wall
of the city, to show how is not the place that characterize the
person, but the opposite.
Yvonne De Rosa
wanted to find an alternative way to represent the city Iām living in without
showing its people by using the coloured lights from iconic landmarks symbolically
to show the diversity of London.
These photographs are my timeline depicting
a visual diary of my moods and preserved as my memory bank.
to thank Kodak and Women in Photography for this invaluable opportunity.
To me London is both personal and impersonal, simultaneously.
London is so big, that one can't help feeling alone amongst
a city full of people getting on with their lives and yet amongst
this anominity a tapestry exists with threads of friends and
family that makes London personal and a place one can call home
All images copyright the photographer's exhibited
EVEMT photo's from NYC and London
SEE: The Kodak History
in Digital starting 1975