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CARRIE MAE WEEMS receives the 2005 Women In Photography International Distinguished

"My responsibility as an artist is to work, to sing for my supper, to make art, beautiful and powerful, that adds and reveals; to beautify the mess of a messy world, to heal the sick and feed the helpless; to shout bravely from the rooftops and storm barricaded doors and voice the specificity of our historical moment."

Carrie is Represented by P.P.O.W. / NY

Kodak Adventure - DX7590 and the Kodak EasyShare Gallery
Jean Ferro shares her images and experience f rom the Kodak Invitational Santa Fe
sponsored event.

A special 3 day photo excursion and learning adventure collaboration with the Santa Fe Workshops located in beautiful New Mexico.


ONE 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, - Kodak 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.


A reminiscence from Martine Franck, photographer & wife of Henri Cartier-Bresson:
"Henri was always immensely supportive as a photographer. He taught me how to say "No" gracefully and to follow through all projects right to the end. In his opinion no details were insignificant and he would always say," Don't show your work until you feel ready and you have done your own editing." He was adamant about being at the printers when a book was being printed. How right he was." (archived)


   
Distinguished Photographers Award -SYLVIA PLACHY receives the 2004 Women In Photography International Distinguished Photographers Award at the 2nd Annual Lucie Awards presentation,
New
York City, PHOTOS: Backstage, Awards - Adrien Brody Clip - Private Party

2003 Distinguished Photographers Award, ANNIE LEIBOVITZ at international photo awards 1st Annual LUCIE Award Presentation-- See WIPI 2003 Photos

POP
PAPARAZZI... Shot Down..!
Following heavy lobbying by Screen Actors Guild, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into state law legislation that will create stricter penalties for photographers who physically invade the privacy of those they are attempting to photograph or who commit assault in the pursuit of photographs. more
President's Letter_____________

President's Letter, Jean Ferro, July 2005

Seminars________________

  •   Epson Print Academy

Industry News_______________

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2004 Sylvia Plachy International Photo Awards GALA 2004 NY Banquet
, 2005 event/October

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Exhibition Highlights & Member Reviews________________

Marketing News_____________

  • The Photographic Collector, Photographic Art Market volumes.
  • Allworth Book Selection - Focus on Profit by Tom Zimberoff, includes PhotoByte® business management software on CD-ROM (Mac/PC)
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  • FreshLists.com

Book Review________________

  • Sylvia Plachy
  • Annie Leibovitz
  • Joyce Tenneson
  • Susan Sontag
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Workshops_________________

  • KATHLEEN CARR - Polaroid Transfer
  • JOANN KADISH- Adventure
  • MARIA PISCOPO - Marketing
  • PATRICIA D. RICHARDS - France, Italy
  • KAREN SCHULMAN - Adventure
  • JOYCE TENNESON - Portrait
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Competitions & Awards_____________

  • Competitions,
    Group and Individual Listings
  • Awards: WIPI Received Golden Web Award

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