NY Photographer Offers Lecture, Workshop

July 13, 2013

Matthew Karas, an artistic photographer hailing from New York, will be offering two events for those interested in his work to locals later this month, providing anyone with an interest in capturing ideas and people on film with the chance to better understand what it takes to have an eye for recognizing unbeatable moments and photographic opportunities.

Dance Magazine Cover Photographs by Matthew Karas:

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The Possibilities of Photography Lecture

The first event will consist of a straightforward lecture given by Karas, allowing him to display and explain the portfolio that he has put together through more than 30 years of artistic endeavor, with photographs ranging from his extensive coverage of the human body in motion to portraiture, along with his work on television commercials and short films.

Date: Friday, July 26, 2013
Time: Reception at 5:30 PM, lecture at 6 PM
Cost: $10 for members, $20 for non-members
Place: Bermuda National Gallery

To purchase tickets for the lecture, contact the organizers via email at director@bng.bm or via telephone at 295-9428.

Photography in Motion Workshop

The second event offers a more hands-on environment for aspiring photographers, with Karas leading an intensive three hour foray into the many key points related to effectively capturing people and objects in motion on film. Following the workshop itself, attendees will be given the opportunity to photograph professional dancers from United Dance Production, allowing them to immediately put into action the new skills that they’ve learned.

Date: Saturday, July 27, 2013
Time: 10 AM – 1 PM
Cost: $30 for members, $40 for non-members
Place: City Hall & Arts Theatre

To purchase tickets for the workshop, contact the organizers via email at director@bng.bm or via telephone at 295-9428.

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  1. Nuffin but da Truth says:

    We`have some very talented and good photographers here in Bermuda.

    Bermuda continues to bring in outsiders to tell us what we already know instead of using our own people.