Photography 2.0: A New Paradigm?
A panel discussion presented by the NYU Department of Photography & Imaging, Co-sponsored by the International Center of Photography.
“As with all media, massive changes are underway in photography. A major shift in elevating the role of the amateur who, equipped with digital cameras and cell phones capable of recording images, now plays a major role in visually defining the world we live in. Will images, such as those from the London bombing captured by cell phones, or photographs from Abu Ghraib ultimately replace those made by professionals? What will be the role of the professional in this reconfigured world?”
Moderated by the Photography & Imaging Department’s Professor and Director of Pixel Press Fred Ritchin. Don’t miss this, or anything Fred Ritchin is involved with!
Fred’s Panelists include::
Pancho Bernasconi, Getty Images
Jake Dobkin, Gothamist.com
Kenny Irby, Poynter Institute
Mark Lubell, Magnum Photos New York
Jeffrey Scales, The New York Times
Warren Habib, Fotolog.com.
March 29, 2007
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Cantor Film Center
36 East Eighth Street, Room 200
New York, NY 10003
Space is limited; to register, click here. Contact TSOA’s Photography and Imaging Department at 212-998-1930 for more information.