Schedule Test

may

29may(may 29)9:00 am30(may 30)5:00 pmWorkshop: From Taking Pictures to Making Photographs with Ibarionex Perello9 a.m.: Creating A Personal Visual Language

29may9:30 am4:30 pmWorkshop: #PhotoBizSkills - MarketingJamie Rose teaches the marketing skills you need to grow your business

30may9:00 am5:00 pmWorkshop: Exploring Street and Documentary Photography A hands-on workshop with Xyza Cruz Bacani

30may9:00 am5:00 pmWorkshop: Introduction to Documentary Photography9:00 a.m.: Learning Documentary Photography with Michael A. McCoy

30may9:30 am4:30 pmWorkshop: Get FundedJamie Rose shows you how to finance personal projects

30may2:00 pm5:00 pmPhotowalk: Meet up at the White House

30may6:00 pm9:00 pmSocial: Happy Hour at the Eaton Hotel Rooftop bar!

31may9:30 am10:00 amWelcoming Remarks: Festival Chair Carl Juste9:30 a.m.: Kick off a great three days of talks

31may10:15 am11:15 pmSpeaker: Huy Nguyen10:15 a.m.: Moving wedding photography beyond the superficial and capturing 'real moments'

31may11:30 am12:30 pmSpeaker: Jamie Rose11:30 a.m.: How Jamie built a career with passion, community, and happiness.

31may1:45 pm2:45 pmSpeaker: Gulnara Samoilova1:45 p.m.: Shining a spotlight on the work of women street photographers

31may3:00 pm4:15 pmSpeakers: Ruddy Roye and Ibarionex Perello3:00 p.m.: America's top photography podcaster talks to the famed visual storyteller who changed the way photojournalists use Instagram

31may4:30 pm5:30 pmSpeaker: Lucian Perkins4:30 p.m.: From punk rock to fashion to war -- Lucian talks about his work and the changing face of storytelling

31may7:00 pm10:00 pmSocial: Opening Night Party7:00 p.m.: Join us at Dupont Underground to Kickoff Focus on the Story and Click DC

 

june

01jun6:00 am9:00 amPhotowalk: Golden Hour at the Tidal Basin6:00 a.m.:Get up early and meet us at DC's renowned Tidal Basin

01jun9:00 am12:30 pmPhotowalk: The Beauty in Brutalism9:00 a.m.: An exploration of Washington D.C.'s iconic Brutalist architecture

01jun9:30 am10:30 amPanel: Your personal project is calling ... are you going to answer?9:30 a.m..: How to develop, execute and publish your visual storytelling project

01jun10:00 am11:00 amPanel: Go Bold or Go Home10:00 a.m.: Are you marketing and promoting yourself effectively?

01jun11:00 am12:00 pmSpeaker: Patrick Brown11:00 a.m.: The Winner of the 2019 FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo presents his work covering the Rohingya crisis

01jun1:00 pm2:15 pmPanel: Mental Health - Behind and In Front of the Camera1:00 p.m.: Ibarionex Perello moderates a discussion with Ruddy Roye, Sheila Pree Bright and Michael A. McCoy

01jun2:30 pm3:30 pmSpeaker: Kathy Vargas2:30 p.m.: One of the foremost Chicana artists talks about the influence of family, religion and politics on her evocative work

01jun3:15 pm4:30 pmSpeaker: Andrea Bruce3:45 p.m.: Andrea talks about covering conflict, working for National Geographic, and her current project on democracy in the United States

02jun10:00 am11:00 amSpeaker: David Scott Holloway10:00 a.m.: David talks about his travels with the larger-thank-life Anthony Bourdain and how 30 years of documenting the white nationalist movement prepared him for anything.

02jun11:15 am12:15 pmSpeakers: Xyza Cruz Bacani and Robert Miller11:15 a.m..: A conversation about two very different photographic journeys

02jun1:00 pm2:15 pmPanel: Migration Stories - Separating Truth from Rhetoric1:00 p.m.: Women Photojournalists of Washington present a panel discussion on migration

02jun2:30 pm3:30 pmSpeaker: Sharon Farmer2:30 p.m.: A true trailblazer talks about how visual storytelling took her all the way to the White House and beyond

02jun3:35 pm4:30 pmJudging of the #FOTS19 Live Challenge3:35 p.m.: Judges will pick the best photos taken by festival participants over the past four days

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