Thursday, August 1 2013

Summer Camp 2013: Point, Shoot, Fun (K-2)

07.29.2013 9:00 am
July 29 - August 2
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Grades K - 2
 
 

This camp introduces children to digital photography, photo collage, and alternative techniques while visiting picturesque locations in Balboa Park, including the San Diego Zoo!

 

Contact: 619.238.7559 x235

Summer Camp 2013: Get Crafty With Your Camera! (3-5)

07.29.2013 1:00 pm
July 29 - August 2
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Grades 3 - 5
 

Discover the crafty side of photography! Create iron-on images, photo magnets, decoupage, and more while visiting picturesque locations throughout Balboa Park.

Contact: 619.238.7559 x235
Aug 1

Editorial Photography: From Pulitzer to Portraiture with Brian Smith

08.01.2013 7:00 pm
"Editorial Photography: From Pulitzer to Portraiture with Brian Smith"
Presented by APA | San Diego, MOPA and Sony
Thursday, August 1, 2013 at 7:00 PM
 
Tickets: $10 MOPA, APA members and 3rd Space members; $12 Students and Seniors; $15 General
Includes lecture and admission to the MOPA galleries
 
 

Pulitzer Prize winner and former POYi winner Brian Smith shares insights from his last 30 years in editorial photography as he moved from Pulitzer Prize-winning sports photographer to celebrity portrait photographer for Hollywood's A-List. Smith will speak about both the art and commerce of editorial photography and what every artist needs to know about the business of photography to remain in business. In this presentation, Smith will share ways to grab and keep the attention of photo editors and art directors, how shooting personal projects can promote your vision and land the jobs you'll love to shoot, and ways to keep your portfolio and vision fresher than next year's winner of The X Factor.

Brian Smith is a Sony Artisan of Imagery and a former winner of Pictures of the Year International, the oldest and most prestigious photojournalism program in the world (on view now at MOPA).


All tickets must be purchased through the Eventbrite webpage. For more information contact sobko@mopa.org or 619.238.7559 x235.