Capic and Capturefest

CapiIt looks like Capturefest is a big success this year!

CAPIC was happy to host two events:

The first was titled After Hours- a juried show of member’s photographs. It highlighted just what commercial photographers photograph on their personal time. The event was held April 9-11th at the Mainspace Gallery. Hundreds viewed the show the opening night and we were happy to see it was such a success. Next year we hope to have a bigger and better show so members start thinking about a theme and/or type of exhibit you would like to be a part of and let us know. Thanks to London Drugs for providing some great printing!

Here are a few photos from the event.

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The second event was titled: How Images Affect Us

CAPIC gathered a diverse group of 9 photographers to discuss their Images and how they affect others. It was held at SFU Woodwards on the evening of April 15th.

Each speaker had 7 minutes to talk and at the end was a great Q and A.

The event was a huge success and the speakers showed off some incredible photography and their individual talks were also incredible. Thanks to Beau Photo for their generous sponsorship!!

A big thanks to the speakers:

  • Paul Colangelo
  • David duChemin
  • Angela Fama
  • Christine Germano
  • Vince Hemingson
  • Katie Huisman
  • Alex Waterhouse Hayward
  • Pooya Nabei
  • Ross Den Otter

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Please be sure to enjoy the rest of Capturefest!

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