The Future of Photography

October 22, 2012  •  1 Comment

"Photografus Commerciatalus", Film to File Format

What is the future of the photographic industry and how are photographers preparing for it?  What role will you play in the evolution of this fast changing profession?   How has technology  effected each of our areas?   What does your business model look like?

These are just a few of the questions the panel will dive into during hour and a half discussion at Xavier University Art Gallery on Wednesday October, 24th from 6:30 PM - 8 PM.  Todd Joyce, Former ASMP National President and Cincinnati area commercial photographer will moderate the panel which includes, Helen Adams, Gregory Rust, Jane Stevens, Samantha Grier and Tony Arrasmith all regional professional photographers and educators.  The event is free and open to the public. 

 


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