Études photographiques n°27
Études photographiques n°27
My name is Aubush Little, I am an agent who represents models at an agency here in Toronto, www.bnmmodels.com .
We are always looking for new and talented photographers to collaborate with. I am interested in working closely with the student photographers at Ryerson in order to help develop your talent and add to your experience level, and to get some great and new images for our models and for your portfolios in the process. This is a great opportunity for you to have access to models to shoot in order to build your portfolio and expand the parameters of your practical shooting experience.
It’s simple, if you take nice pictures but need real models to shoot, send us some of your pictures, and you can shoot our models for your portfolio at no charge.
If you have a website, please send me the link so I can have you come into the agency to meet with us about shooting with some of our models. If you don’t have a website, just a few images that show your work is good enough. It doesn’t need to be anything fancy or extensive, just a reflection of your shooting style, etc. You don’t necessarily need a huge team of hair, makeup, etc. You just need to take great photos.
If you have any questions, you can also email me whenever at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks and I look forward to hearing from some of you guys,
I am interested in those students with strength in portrait photography (shots of family members, preparing for the wedding), as well as an ability to compose more creative shots. I would also like to focus on an ability to capture candid shots (not simply snapshot photography) throughout the evening in various lighting situations.
I would love someone capable of shooting in both colour and black & white and I am considering hiring up to 2 students for the job. I am also looking for someone willing to shoot creatively and who is able to avoid “cheesy” wedding photos.
I’m considering a wage of $500 for the evening (about 9-10 hours per photographer), plus food. The price is very negotiable at this point. I’m very interested in meeting with some students or viewing their portfolio online.
Please feel free to share my email address to those who may be interested in chatting about equipment and other logistical considerations (digital file ownership, etc.)
Thank you kindly in advance,
We are actively recruiting a Social Media Summer Intern to work on a 12 week contract with us. This person needs to be going back to school in the Fall. It is a great opportunity to get hands on experience using social media to promote our business and recruit for our AskingCanadians panel. What is even better is that its a PAID position.
Please feel free distribute/post through your networks. The full posting can be found on the link below.
Social Media Intern wanted!
We’re hiring a social media intern to get some great experience (and some cashola) this summer. The lucky candidate will be working on our AskingCanadians community, and doing some other great work with our interactive clients. Does this sound like you (or someone you know)? Hop on over to the job description (www.delvinia.com/careers/social-media-intern <http://www.delvinia.com/careers/social-media-intern> ). Resume deadline is May 18.
On May 18-19, Ontario Centres of Excellence, in collaboration with FilmOntario, the S3D gaming Alliance and 3D FLIC, is presenting Ontario Projection: Advances in 3D, a collection of dynamic panels, speakers and exhibitor showcases focusing on 3D technology and content at Discovery 11.
Ontario Projection: Advances in 3D will provide a unique experience for students to learn about the 3D industry from leading 3D professionals. Expert panellists will discuss challenges faced by video game designers, stereo 3D conversion, consumer experience, safety issues and much more, providing students with valuable insights into what awaits them in the 3D sector after graduation. Students can use code 3D20 register to receive a student price of $75. Program co-ordinators can use code 3D200 to receive an educator price of $200. As a special offer for 3D program co-ordinators, when 5 or more of your students register, you will receive free admission to the conference.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to network and learn from cutting-edge 3D experts. For more information about Ontario Projection: Advances in 3D, please see below or email Kirstie Fraser at KirstieFraser@oce-ontario.org.
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As part of Discovery 11, Ontario Centres of Excellence, in collaboration with FilmOntario, the S3D Gaming Alliance, and 3D FLIC, is hosting Ontario Projection: Advances in 3D. This inaugural event will feature dynamic presentations by some of the sector’s leading visionaries, including:
Compelling panel discussions will address topics like:
To learn more and see the complete 3D agenda, click here <http://www.ocediscovery.com/agenda2011_3d.aspx> .
Visit ocediscovery.com <http://www.ocediscovery.com> and enter promo code 3D20 to register for this 3D event at Discovery 11.
Award winning film of Ryerson alumni Kazik Radwanski and Dan Montgomery.
The Royal is hosting a screening of our 5 MDFF shorts (Assault, Princess Margaret Blvd., Out in that Deep Blue Sea, Green Crayons and Woman Waiting).
Here is the program starting at 7pm on Wednesday May 18th, The Royal Cinema is presenting an evening of 5 MDFF shorts.
Assault (2007), Princess Margaret Blvd. (2008), and Out in that Deep Blue Sea (2009) form a series, the MDF Trilogy, which represents the larger vision of the Medium Density Fibreboard Films (MDFF) production company.
Screened with Green Crayons (2010), this is a rare opportunity to see Radwanski’s cinematic style evolve through four short films which have sparked his bourgeoning career, winning over a dozen awards and screening in more than twenty countries.
Also screening in the program is Woman Waiting (2010) from MDFF collaborator, Vancouver-based Antoine Bourges.
MDFF will host a free after party at Crawford (718 College Street).
For more info visit www.mdff.ca or see the Facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=221366117889756
A photographer has a list of assistants that they work with on a regular basis – how do you get on that list?
A two day workshop covering all aspects of becoming a photo assistant. Learn from industry professionals including: photographers, producers, photo assistants, and an accountant/financial planner.
• how to get assisting jobs
• on-set etiquette
• details on invoicing, being self employed, and taxes
• hands on experience with gear (lighting, grip, digital workflow etc.)
Cost: $250 for the weekend.
You will take home a helpful booklet, put together specifically for this workshop. You will be fed a delicious lunch.
Organized by: Rebecca Baran
I took one of these workshops in 2008 when I graduated from Sheridan College and started assisting. I have a strong understanding of what you need to know when you become a freelance photo assistant. There is going to be so much information at this workshop, you will need a nap after it’s done. After the nap, you’ll feel more confident handling various gear, you’ll know how to get assisting gigs, and more importantly – how to ensure you get called back.
Please email Rebecca Baran to register - email@example.com
Note: Registration is limited. A smaller group means more hands-on time with gear, and more time available to answer questions, etc.
Help spread the word! Invite your friends!
I am working on a short film this summer and we are looking for two grips to take care of lighting and general duties. Was wondering if youd be able to email your image arts- film studies students to see whether any are interested for the position. The director, Tyler Parr says this on the position:
This project will be for experience and part of their demo. Unless of course I can raise the money beforehand, then it’s a bonus. My goal IS to find a grant, but the project will commence with or without.
If any are interested, if they could please email myself firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward them to Tyler.
This email is to inform everyone in the Faculty of Image Arts that Doc Now 2011, the Ryerson University MFA Documentary Media Festival begins this week and continues into June!
Yes, the website is live and can be found here: www.docnow.ca
As you explore the site, you will see that most of the exhibition openings throughout downtown Toronto are on the evening of June 10th and the public film screenings at the TIFF Lightbox are June 7,8, 9 from 6-9pm. The films will also be shown the weekend of June 11-12 at Ryerson’s Eaton Theatre.
All the screenings are free to the general public.
** For the screenings – June 7,8,9 – at the TIFF Lightbox, you must reserve tickets for each night by emailing: email@example.com **
All this information is available on the tickets page at www.docnow.ca
Please reserve your tickets as soon as possible.
Tickets will be available at the Lightbox approximately 1 hour before each screening.
Tickets can be reserved by responding to this email.
If you have any further questions please send an email.
Finally, Serena McCarroll’s exhibition, “Three Women,” part of the Contact Photography Festival and the Doc Now 2011 Festival will have its opening reception this Thursday, May 12th, from 6-9pm at the IMA Ryerson Gallery at 80 Spadina, suite 305. Please join us if you can!
Thank You, The Doc Now Tickets Team
I would be most grateful if you could share the Planet in Focus Environmental Film Festival’s 2011 call for submissions as well as a programming internship opportunity with your students via listserv, forum or job board.
Last year Planet in Focus screened the Ryerson Documentary MFA thesis film of students Robert Lendrum, Morris Lum and Drew Ferguson. I encourage you to have your students submit any broadly environmental film/video they have completed since 2009 to our festival. I would be happy to waive submission fees for any student that is unable to pay it.
Submission form can be found at http://www.planetinfocus.org/festival/submissions.
I am also offering an unpaid programming internship for a student interested in film/video programming/curation. The intern will be responsible for prescreening all submissions and helping in the selection process. It is a valuable opportunity for anyone looking to get into the film festival industry (it’s how I got my start!)
Please find internship details at http://www.planetinfocus.org/about-pif/employment