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Family Seeks Photographer for University of Iowa Graduation Gathering on 10 May 2019

 

UPDATE – 15 Apr 2019

A photographer has been found for this even. Many thanks to all the photographers who responded!


Summary

“My daughter is graduating from U of IA and wants some shots with family around campus. This will be just for our family of 5, I don’t need super professional. It is just a memory that we want to mark for this special event in her life.”

Event Details

“We would need the photos taken around campus on May 10th. Early afternoon would work best, we have a formal dinner arranged at 5:00.”

Payment

To be discussed

Deadline

“I would like to get things set up as early as possible. Some examples of the photographers work would be greatly appreciated.”

Contact Details

Please contact the Iowa City Photographers Guild using the form below if you are interested in this photo event. Thanks!

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.

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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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

Special Event: “The Photographer’s Copyright”

Event Details

  • Date: Friday, February 13, 2015
  • Time: 12:40 pm – 1:40 pm
  • Location: University of Iowa College of Law Boyd Law Building, Room 235 [Map]

About the Event

The Iowa Intellectual Property Law Society and the Iowa Innovation, Business & Law Center welcome Professor Justin Hughes to campus to discuss copyright law and photography. Professor Hughes teaches intellectual property and international trade courses at Layola Law school. He remains a Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the SIPO-Cardoza Program at at Cardozo Law School in New York. Professor Hughes is a former Senior Advisor to the Undersecretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property, and in that capacity, served as chief negotiator for the US at the Diplomatic Conferences that completed the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances (2012) and the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Printed Works for the Blind (2013).

Event Poster

Click on the poster below for a larger view, or click here to download the PDF.

Hughes poster - FINAL

Digital Sign Visual

Below is the digital signage visual (in JPG format). Click the image for a larger view (in PNG format).

Hughes digital sign - FINAL

Event Location Map

Photographer Needed for Professional Product Shots

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Summary

We need a photographer who can take professional product shots, for products which will be displayed on a website. You will need experience having done this before and appropriate equipment/white screens etc so our products look crisp and professionally done.

Payment

If you respond to our ad, please include your costs in your email (at least as an approximate).

Deadline

January 4, 2015

Contact Details

Contact Anant Kamath to apply:

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Homecoming Parade Photo Event

The following is an announcement from the University of Iowa Photography Club.


 

7 October 2014 @ 6:57 PM

We’re going to be photographing the homecoming parade this Friday! We will meet at Java House (211 E Washington St) at 5:10 and then go off. Click here for details.

This round of the photo contest will be ending this Sunday! It’s ending early because we’re changing the program. Make sure you submit a photo as well as vote! There are some great pictures up there. You can find the contest on our Facebook page (not the group page). Currently you can only do one submission per person but that will change.

See you guys there!

Xiang

Facebook Event Page

UI Photography Club Facebook Page

UI Photography Club Facebook Group

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Photographer Request – Conceptual Performance Event

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Summary

I’m looking for a photographer for roughly one hour, this Saturday, July 14th. I am staging a conceptual performance of Samuel Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot” and would like live documentation. You will have total creative freedom! Please call me at 207-632-6751. Thanks! Sonja

Event Details

  • Location: This will be a performance in downtown Iowa City.
  • Payment: $30 per hour
  • Deadline: ASAP. Performance is this Saturday.
  • Contact: Sonja Bjelic by email s.bjelic@outlook.com or phone/text 207-632-6751.

Photography Workshop: Beyond a Snapshot: the Art of Building and Creating Fine Photographs

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River Action and the Figge Art Museum are co-sponsoring a workshop for photographers of all skill levels who are interested in exploring ways to improve the quality of their photos. The workshop, Beyond a Snapshot: the Art of Building and Creating Fine Photographs, will be held on Saturday, March 8th at the Figge Art Museum, 225 W 2nd St, Davenport, IA 52801. The workshop will begin at 12:45p and conclude at 4:30p. [REGISTER | Download PDF Flyer]

Internationally acclaimed photographer, Joel Sartore, has stated that there are three essential ingredients needed to make a quality photograph–light, composition, and an interesting story. A talented panel will address these various issues in an afternoon of brisk, lively sessions.

It shouldn’t be a surprise that many of the world’s renown photographers, both past and present, have cut their professional teeth as photojournalists. Day in and day out they were developing and refining their skill in taking pictures that tell a story.

Two of the presenters are professional photojournalists who have treated us all to quality photographs. Todd Mizener of The Dispatch/ Argus and John Schultz of the Quad City Times both received academic degrees from the University of Iowa. They will talk about the process that they each have developed as they daily meet their professional challenges of taking pictures that tell us something or show us something. They have developed the skill to take great pictures, not mere snapshots, while shooting under the demands of time pressure.

Photographic giant Henri Cartier Bresson said, “Composition should be a constant preoccupation-an organic coordination of visual elements.” Two respected teachers from our region will make presentations concerning the various building blocks for constructing pictures that are strongly composed. Robyn Smith is a Fine Arts Instructor with EICC. She is an artist specializing in painting and printmaking. Roxanne Westphal teaches digital photography with the Davenport school system. She is a fine art photographer.

Robyn and Roxanne will offer insights to various tools to consider as you compose photos that communicate its message clearly and effectively.

This time is one where some significant innovations to camera technology are reaching the consumer marketplace. Ted Doty the manager of Camera Corner, will lead a show and tell to get us up to speed about new and exciting products that expand our photographic opportunities.

Brian Tugana minored in art at the University of Chicago and had instruction from instructors from the Art Institute of Chicago. He will share some of themes both good and bad that he has observed in the seven years he has participated in the Valley Bank Calendar Project.

The workshop will conclude with an opportunity for presenters and participants to network socialize, and swap insights.

The workshop is free. Reservations are required due to limited seating. To reserve a spot, register on the River Action website www.RiverAction.org, send an email to riveraction@riveraction.org, or call River Action at 563-322-2969.

Photography Opportunity – Portraits of College Grads Needed!

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Summary

Opportunity to work with student organization at the University of Iowa to photograph a group of graduating seniors.

Event Details

Group shoot: Sunday, May 11, 2014 in the afternoon (Approximately 1-2 hours of time at most) in Iowa City on the University of Iowa campus.

Payment

The photographer will be paid for their time. Please contact Courtney Rohde for more details to negotiate a contract.

Deadline

Please contact Courtney ASAP, no later than Saturday, February 1, 2014 at 12 PM.

Contact Details

Contact Courtney Rohde to apply:

  • Phone: 309-830-0038
  • Email: courtney-rohde@uiowa.edu