Photographer Needed for MBA Springball 2017

Summary

In need of a photographer to cover our spring ball. We’ll need the person to work for three hours from 6.30pm to 9.30. Delivery may include soft copies of fine tuned/edited pictures and any other media the photographer may suggest.

Event Details

Event: MBA Springball 2017
Date: May 6, 2017
Venue: Old Brick, Iowa City

Payment

To be discussed

Deadline

Today, 4 May 2017

Contact Details

Contact Anthony Ogbuanu to apply:

Event Description

The following description is from the University of Iowa website:

This year’s MBA Spring Ball will be at Old Brick at 26 E. Market St, Iowa City, IA. The event will start at 6PM on May 6th. There will be no transportation provided as the venue hall is located directly behind the Pomerantz Career Center. Tickets will be $20 for MBAA members, and $35 for non-MBAA members. Please contact Hayle Cho or Benjamin Hjelmaas if you have any questions about the RSVP and payment process.. RSVP and Payments Deadline is April 24th.

Great Opportunities to Offer Photography Training

Every month we get requests from people wanting photography training. They’ve filled out our photography training request form. I try to accommodate as many as I can – sometimes volunteering and sometimes getting paid.

I’d love it if others photographers in the area could join with me in this rewarding and enjoyable service.

I’m planning to setup a page featuring local photographers who offer training.

If you’d like to be on our list of our area photography trainers, please submit your photo and a short bio for our website.

If applicable, let me know if any specific interest or area you’d like to focus on.

Write to: photography@resourcesforlife.com

Thanks!

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Greg Johnson, Facilitator
IowaCityPhotographersGuild.com
Tel: (319) 621-4911
Email: photography@resourcesforlife.com
Postal: P.O. Box 2717, Iowa City, IA 52244-2717

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Event: History of Medical Photography

The University of Iowa

History of Medicine Society

announces the

R. Palmer Howard Dinner for 2016

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2016

Stephen Greenberg
MSLS, PhD,
National Library of Medicine

Ink and Silver:
Medicine, Photography, and the
Printed Book, 1845-1890

Medical photography has long attracted the interest of historians and archivists. This talk will address the use of photography in 19th century printed medical books, from technological and aesthetic viewpoints, as researchers and photographers pushed the existing arts to their limits. Why were these pictures taken? Who saw them? Were they meant for private study or profes- sional publication? How did they reflect the techniques and aesthetics of the rest of con- temporary photography.

Event Details:

  • Reception at 6:00 PM
  • Cash Bar (wine & beer)
  • Hors d’oeuvres provided
  • Location: Dean Rooms C and D Sheraton Hotel, 210 S Dubuque, Iowa City
  • Dinner at 7:00 PM
  • Presentation at 8:00 PM
  • Parking adjacent to the hotel.
  • Make your reservations now but no later than April 15, 2016

Request reservation form:

  • Joyce Craig
  • Email: joyce-m-craig@uiowa.edu
  • Phone: 319-335-9534 | Fax: 319-335-8515

Online form (print & mail): 

http://hosted.lib.uiowa.edu/histmed/index.html

Click here for the PDF form.

Payment required in advance for Reception, Buffet Dinner and Lecture:

  • Non Student Registration Fee: $40
  • Student Registration fee: $10

Additional tax deductible donation: to help with student subsidies.

Note: Lynda Payne’s talk on Lovesickness in Opera was canceled.

 

A printable copy of the event flyer is available as a PDF or below as an image file.

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National Graduation Photo Company Seeks Local Photographers

[Note: The message below is from a company that has an “F” rating with the Better Business Bureau (view rating). Proceed at your own risk. Please read our document on working with national photography companies.]

16 March 2016 @ 8:56 AM

Good Morning,

I work with Iconic Group and GradImages – a company that specializes in graduation photography across the United States and Canada. We are hosting a training / in person interview in the Quad City area (details to come) on Saturday April 2nd at 9am. After this training, photographers will have the opportunity to work at multiple graduations across the area (anywhere from 1-12 or even more depending on the photographer’s availability).

We would love to have some of your members attend the training and work with us! To apply for the position, photographers should visit http://www.epghire.com and apply for the “Graduation Photographer” position; the photographers can also give me a call or shoot me an e-mail if they would like.

I would greatly appreciate your willingness to pass along this information to your members. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail or call me.

All the best,

LANE PETERSON
Recruitment Specialist 

3490 Martin Hurst Rd
Tallahassee, FL, 32312
Office:      850.906.3642
Online:     iconicgroup.com

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Event Photography Group (EPG) has changed its name to Iconic Group, Inc. Please visit our new website at iconicgroup.com and
use this email address for future correspondence.

 

 

Working with National Photography Companies

Summary

National photography companies are always looking to hire local photographers for real estate photos, graduation photos, news stories, and corporate photography. These companies typically pay you less than you might otherwise earn in a direct relationship with clients. However, if they get you business you might not otherwise have, then you may come out ahead. Because of the lower pay, these types of jobs are better suited for photographers who are just getting started.

Benefits

National firms have a lot of money for advertising, so they may reach markets you can’t afford to reach through advertising. These companies also may provide some value added services that you can’t offer your customers, such as broader exposure. For more information about what’s available, read “Earn Money Taking Local Photos for National Companies” by Stephanie M. Kelley.

Before continuing with a national company, read the rest of this page for some important considerations and warnings.

Keep it Local

Perhaps the biggest drawback to larger national companies is that they take a cut of all revenue. Think of it like a local sales tax, but instead of that money going back into our community, it gets syphoned away. So, ultimately, it’s not great for our local communities.

Build Relationships

We all win when direct relationships are built between customers and local businesses. Inserting a corporate franchise layer between customers and service providers ends up depersonalizing the experience for all parties involved. Successful businesses build direct relationships with customers and the community. As a result, they are able to better know and serve those they work for.

Beware of Companies With Bad Reputations

Teaming up with a national company that has a bad reputation can bring down your reputation as well. Your skills and the quality of your work may be top notch, but ultimately customers will develop a perception about you based on the company you work through. If their customer service isn’t great, or if they don’t treat their own employees well, that could be a problem.

Check the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to find out more about a company before signing up. You can learn more by visiting GlassDoor.com to learn about how employees feel about the company.

Here’s an example… The ICONIC Group, formally known as Event Photography Group or Grad Images, has established a very poor reputation according to ratings from the Better Business Bureau and on Glassdoor. This might be an example of a company to avoid.

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Companies that develop a very poor reputation will sometimes change their business name rather than changing their business practices. This can go on for years under the same management. So, be sure to do some research into past business names of anyone you plan to work with.

Local Small Business Needs Photos for Jan. 12 or 13

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Summary

Would like to take a professional group and individuals (9 employees) at our office in Coralville, and maybe a few shots of the office building.

Date / Time

January 12th or 13th in the morning, around 9-10am (shouldn’t take more than an hour)

Payment

We will pay the photographer for their time. Please contact us to discuss pricing.

Deadline

We would appreciate hearing from you soon, since we would like these photos taken in only a few weeks. Thank You.

Contact Details

  • Name: Evan Mayer
  • Email: rmnoffice@yahoo.com
  • Tel: 319-354-7501

Photo Opportunity with Iowa City Hammock Club

We would like for a member of the club to volunteer & join us (30-45 minutes) and take some photos of members relaxing in hammocks while enjoying s’mores at the Coralville Dam Tailwater West Campground.

This is a great opportunity to get some artistic, staged, and candid shots!

Event Details:

“Do you wanna s’more?”

“I haven’t had anything yet, so how can I have some more of nothing?”

“You’re killing me, Smalls! These are s’mores stuff, okay? Now everyone pay attention. First, you take the graham. You stick the chocolate on the graham. Then, you roast the mallow. When the mallow’s flaming, you stick it on the chocolate. Then you cover it with the other end. Then, you scuff. It’s kind of messy, but it’s good.” (The Sandlot, 1993)

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Don’t be like Smalls! On Sunday, October 25 from 5-7pm, kick off fall with s’more fun, s’more laughs, and s’more friends! From the comfort of your hammock and in your favorite pair of pajamas, we’ll be roasting marshmallows and making amazing s’mores around a campfire!

Be sure to bring your hammock or camping chair, flashlight, blanket, and warm clothes!

Contact Form

If you’re interested in the above photography event, please complete the form below. Thanks!

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Iowa City Literary Landmark Photo Contest

The Iowa Review is accepting entries to its Iowa City Literary Landmark Photo Contest until midnight on October 15, 2015. The winning photo will be published on the cover of the Winter 2015 issue of The Iowa Review, and the photographer will receive $500. Finalist photos will be featured in a virtual gallery at iowareview.org.

Judged by Iowa Review editors, the photos should feature Iowa City locations of literary significance (or fragments thereof), such as notable authors’ homes, favorite writing spots, or bars; the locations of historic readings; local places mentioned in literary works; or the rumored sites of writerly hijinks. Eligible photos must not have been published or accepted for publication and should be the original work of the submitter. Entrants should submit a brief cover letter and up to ten photos via iowareview.submittable.com. There is no entry fee, and the new deadline is October 15, 2015.

For a map of Iowa City literary landmarks, entrants should consult the Writing University’s City of Lit website at http://thestudio.uiowa.edu/vwu/ucol/mobile. Landmarks include Prairie Lights Bookstore, the Victorian mansion on Van Buren St. where Kurt Vonnegut lived, the University of Iowa’s Dey House and Shambaugh House, Dave’s Foxhead Tavern, Tennessee Williams’s Linn Street apartment, and Paul Engle’s former house on Friendly Avenue.

The Iowa Review is based in the Department of English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, University of Iowa. It publishes three print issues per year featuring poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, author interviews, translations, and work in emerging forms. Work from its pages is consistently selected to appear in such anthologies as Best American Essays, Best American Short Stories, Best American Poetry, The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses, and The PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories.

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Unique Photography Opportunity on 28 May 2016

We received this request just a few hours ago. It looks like a great opportunity for the right photographer. Please contact Carlena as indicated below. Thanks! ~ ICPH


PHOTOGRAPHER REQUEST

  • Name: Carlena Owenby
  • Email: owenby.mcguire@gmail.com
  • Summary: Seeking photographer to capture candid moments during a small group celebration. I am not looking for traditional posed group shots… just someone who can help capture this memorable event. Digital photos and printing right required.
  • Event Details: May 28, 2016 5pm-9pm [possibly 30 minutes before – end time negotiable, really only need first couple hours] We will be getting married in Jamaica, and have a photographer and videographer set for that. We are celebrating with our land-locked friends upon return. This will not be a traditional wedding shoot. We are just looking for photos of us with our closest friends and family and want something better than the obligatory “selfies.”
  • Payment: Payment negotiable, looking for a reasonable amount considering our limited needs.
  • Deadline: Please contact ASAP. I would like to have this information ironed out and checked off my list before the new year.
  • Contact Details: Please email owenby.mcguire@gmail.com for any offers or questions.

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