The Los Angeles Festival of Photography is an international photographic festival bringing together photographers, curators, students, collectors, emerging and professional artists in the industry with the aim of encouraging and celebrating the art of photography.
The Los Angeles Festival of Photography will include workshops with experts in the field, special exhibitions & lectures, VIP receptions, walk-throughs, artist talks, and book signings.
For a full list of events, check out the calendar
World-renowned photographer Roger Ballen will be the keynote speaker at the 2017 festival. Ballen is coming from his native South Africa to teach a special three (3) day workshop. He will also be exhibiting new work at the fair, as well as speaking on Saturday, April 22, 2017. Click here for tickets to his lecture and to an exclusive VIP reception where you can meet the artist.
The Los Angeles Festival of Photography is part of Spring Art Week LA, which includes the Photo Independent Art Fair, Photobook Independent, the Objects of Art Show LA and EXPO Contemporary, all taking place at The Reef, in newly revised Arts District in downtown Los Angeles.
FULL DAY OF IPHONEOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS.
Join three experienced and frequently exhibited iPhoneography teachers at the Los Angeles Festival of Photography on April 22, 2017 for a full day of workshops for just $99! All of us were featured in the book The Art of iPhone Photography from Rocky Nook Books (Bob and Nicki were the co-authors, and David Ingraham was another contributor):
- Nicki Fitz-Gerald: Life in Layers – Creative iPhone Artistry: Join UK photo artist Nicki as she walks us through her world, pushing the limits of how we see through the lens of an iPhone; literally painting with light, creating impressionist photo paintings, the results of which are often cut up and combined with photos of marks, patterns, textures, shapes and text (all captured on the iPhone) to create her more abstract and expressive collage works.
- David Ingraham: The iPhone Darkroom: Join photographer David Ingraham as he demonstrates how to apply simple-yet-effective darkroom techniques using only a handful of iPhone apps to achieve tonally-rich, tactile, ready-to-print black-and-white images, all from the palm of your hand.
- Bob Weil: Creating Conceptual Art on Mobile Devices: Join Bob for a deep dive into one man’s creative process, and discover some of the tools and techniques you’ll need to harness your own creative muse and produce work that represents your own personal view and aesthetic vision.
Learn more here about the package of three workshops: