Category: Education

Quietly Loud Workshop

July 1, 2020

2 min read A three month course with Felicia Chang and Kristine Nyborg A Scholarship is available for photographers (see below) who identify as Black, Indigenous, Person of Colour, LGBTQIA+, or an intersection of these groups. Join past DFA Judge Felicia Chang and Award Winner Kristine Nyborg in their new course, Quietly Loud. Deadline to Apply: July 7th “A key goal of the Quietly…

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Live photo critique + Q&A this Friday!

April 7, 2020

< 1 min read Co-hosted by Kirsten Bethmann & Jenna Shouldice Join Kirsten and Jenna for a live supportive critique where they dive into the images you’re making right now during the COVID-19 pandemic. Submit 1 documentary image showing your experience within the last few months, be it of your family, your partner or yourself. During this 1 hour…

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The Real Life Conference

February 18, 2019

2 min read Documentary family photography is about honesty. It’s about authenticity. It’s about real life. And because that’s what we are all about, we couldn’t be happier to be a small part of the Real Life Conference, taking place in Portland, OR in the fall of 2019. We are proudly sponsoring the conference aaaaaand they are generously…

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Our First Photo Exhibit + The Storytellers Conference!

August 30, 2018

< 1 min read You may have heard rumblings of a new conference in documentary family photography circles over the past year … The Storytellers Photo Conference. It’s a 3-day conference from May 5-7, 2019, in Miami Beach, FL, featuring some seriously incredible photographers, documentary family and photojournalists alike. The hosts have intentionally crafted an intimate group of global…

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Real Life Photography Conference

May 24, 2018

< 1 min read In 2016 Erika Mann and Callandra Caufield launched the Real Life Conference in Canmore, a much-needed women’s conference for photographers. Kirsten Lewis Bethmann spoke in 2016 and Jenna Shouldice spoke the following year, both women walking away with so much more than just your average conference experience. Both years, the women were blown away by…

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