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02/03/2008 11:56:44 PM · #51
Originally posted by justamistere:

Just a suggestion (IMHO)
It gets boring to see the same Wise-Saying and Blank spaces, repeated so many times.

I was just curious, why aren't all of these links, double-spaced, in one comment. You can just keep hitting the "EDIT" Button and paste more links/sayings, as found.

That would make it more convenient for anyone to Copy/Click-n-View/Scan through them.

BTW, is the NYIP an online course and is it worth it?

I agree. Please consolidate the one-liners into one message. The longer ones can be in their own msg. I believe that whether there is one msg or multiple msgs, there should be no effect on searching.

If you don't do this, at least turn off your signaature. :-(
02/04/2008 12:02:04 AM · #52
Originally posted by AperturePriority:

Originally posted by justamistere:

Just a suggestion (IMHO)
It gets boring to see the same Wise-Saying and Blank spaces, repeated so many times.

I was just curious, why aren't all of these links, double-spaced, in one comment. You can just keep hitting the "EDIT" Button and paste more links/sayings, as found.

That would make it more convenient for anyone to Copy/Click-n-View/Scan through them.

BTW, is the NYIP an online course and is it worth it?

I agree. Please consolidate the one-liners into one message. The longer ones can be in their own msg. I believe that whether there is one msg or multiple msgs, there should be no effect on searching.

If you don't do this, at least turn off your signaature. :-(


I respect the opinion, however, I would rather keep the provided info divided per post, and not on one page. To me one page of continuous info would eventually become one big rats nest, and difficult to search.

Go ahead and try however, I would not mind the help.

I like my signature, turn yours off.
03/08/2008 11:59:22 PM · #53
NORTHERN SHORT COURSE/Rochester, NY

Registration for the 2008 Northern Short Course in Photojournalism, being held this year from March 13-15 in Rochester, NY, is now open.

//www.northernshortcourse.com

You can download the workshop info and registration forms here:


Info

Registration

Among the video/audio offerings:

Final Cut Pro Tips & tricks
Chuck Fadely – Miami Herald

Intro to Audio
Jacki Lyden – NPR

Advanced Audio
Jacki Lyden

Introduction to Video
Regina McCombs – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Advanced Video
Regina McCombs

Video Strategy face-off
Chuck Fadely and Howard Owens – Gatehouse

Soundslides and Multimedia Storytelling
Will Yurman – Rochester Democrat & Chronicle

Training the Video Trainers
Tom Costello – Asbury Park Press

Multimedia Shootout
Will Yurman and Curt Chandler – Penn State

Full course descriptions are available on the Web site. //www.northernshortcourse.com

The NSC will also be offering sessions in Business Practices, Lighting, Photoshop, Ethics and Page Design, as well as a trade show, portfolio critiques and a keynote lecture series on Saturday featuring; Al Bello; Olivier Jobard; Chris Usher; Kristen Ashburn, Gregory Heisler and Jacki Lyden.
03/16/2008 10:37:45 AM · #54
The Southern Short Course 2008

The Southern Short Course in News Photography is America's longest running photojournalism seminar. Originally founded by the Carolinas Press Photographers Association, the SSC is now a non-profit independent organization. With its outstanding faculty, the SSC's sole purpose is to provide educational programs for students and photojournalists. Even though the word "southern" is in the name, the competition has no geographic limits and is open to anyone, student or professional.

The 59th Southern Short Course in News Photography will be held Thursday, March 27 through Sunday, March 30, 2008 at the Hilton Charlotte Executive Park in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Seminar Highlights

* Digital Entries Only for the photo competition

* Thursday and Friday photo Competition open judging

* Thursday Lighting workshops

* Friday Multimedia and Online workshops

* Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Speakers

* Nikon Shoot Out (25 point-and-shoot cameras will be loaned out by Nikon; the participant will be given an assignment and the best photo wins)

* Saturday Workshops

* Friday and Saturday night Portfolio Critiques (bring photos to be looked at by the speakers and others on hand for critiques)

* Saturday Trade Show (manufacturers and camera stores will be showing their goods)

* Saturday night door prize drawing and auction


Speakers & Schedule subject to change

The registration fee is $95 (US) for Professional or Amateur photographers. For Students, Retirees or Spouses, the cost is $50. There is a $15 Late Fee for registration forms postmarked after March 10, 2008 or at the door.

There is a separate fee of $35 (US) to enter the Southern Photographer of the Year Competition. Cost for individual Multimedia entries are $10. Max cost for individuals is $55 for the 2008 contest.

Publications/Web organizations, magazines and universities may enter a new Team Multimedia category at a cost of $75.

They are limited to 5 multimedia entries for each, regardless of its size. They have an option of entering up to 5 additional team entries at a cost of $20 for each additional entry. Max cost for team entries is $175 for the 2008 contest.

Message edited by author 2008-03-16 10:39:02.
03/16/2008 12:23:06 PM · #55
Is there any school that offer full free scholarship on photography study and take international student?


09/13/2008 12:30:01 PM · #56
//www.pdsoros.org
//www.nyu.edu/scholarships/nps.html

Provides tuition and $20,000 stipend for up to two years of graduate study in any
professional field or scholarly discipline. Candidates must be less than 30 years of age,
be a “Green Card” holder, a naturalized citizen, or the child of two naturalized citizens,and complete a bachelor’s degree.

The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans ( //www.pdsoros.org/ )
provides opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished New
Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen fields. The fellowships are grants for
up to two years of graduate study in the United States.

A “New American” is an
individual who 1) is a resident alien (i.e., holds a Green Card); or 2) has been
naturalized as a U.S. citizen; or 3) is the child of two parents who are both naturalized
citizens.


The applicant must either have a bachelor’s degree or be in her/his final year of
undergraduate study. Those who have a bachelor’s degree may already be pursuing
graduate study and may receive fellowship support to continue that study. Individuals
who are in the third, or subsequent, year of study in the same graduate program are
not, however, eligible for the competition. Students who have received a master’s
degree in a program and are studying for a doctoral degree in the same program are
considered to have been in the same program from the time they began their work on
their master’s degree.
09/22/2008 09:14:47 PM · #57
Proud Photography On line course

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12/24/2008 10:51:21 AM · #58
Penn Foster Career School
01/05/2009 07:00:33 PM · #59
Perfect Picture: Online School for photography
03/08/2009 10:12:20 AM · #60
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