FotoWeekEDU Portfolio Reviews

FotoWeekDC portfolio reviews provide photographers at all levels with the opportunity to have their work reviewed by a distinguished lineup of professionals. Curators, photographers, photography dealers, photo editors, and other experts from the fields of fine art, photojournalism, and multimedia offer frank appraisals, valuable business insights, and key advice on all aspects of your work.
Contact: FotoWeekEDU Portfolio Reviews     (855) 270-3632
812 7th Street, NW , Washington, DC 20001


FotoWeekEDU Portfolio Reviews
By FotoDC Events

Photographers of all levels will have the opportunity to meet for 20 minutes with one or more reviewers on Sunday, Nov. 11th between 9:30am - 5:30pm. FotoWeekDC portfolio reviews provide both professional and amateur photographers with the opportunity to have their work reviewed by a distinguished lineup of professionals. These reviews are a great opportunity to meet one on one with experienced photo professionals from various fields to review your best work.

2012 Reviewers: David Adamson, Christopher Addison, Kainaz Amaria, Nicole Aguirre, Bill Crandall, Stefanie Fedor, Lauren Gentile, Lisa Gold, Fabian Goncalves, Avi Gupta, Carol Guzy, David Hicks, Jackie Ionita Hiersteiner, Carol Johnson, Peter Krogh, Max MacKenzie, Karyn Miller, Daniel Milnor, Kathy Moran, Brigitte Reyes, Frank Van Riper, Gordon Stettinius, and Michael Wichita.

November 11 2012  09:00 AM - November 11 2012  06:00 PM

Admission : http://fotoweekdc2012-portfolioreviews-eorg.eventbrite.com/     $75.00  Admission

The Goethe-Institut , 812 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001, Northwest


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