Photography 2.0: Seats For Photoshelter Event Going Fast

Mark your calendars!

The smart folks over at Photoshelter.com –that cool site you’ve been hearing a lot about lately that allows you to archive, distribute and license images directly– have just put together a neat-o six city tour aiming to inform, unravel, and discuss what they’re calling Photography 2.0: The Business of Photography in the Digital Era.

And get a load o’ this: it’s FREE.

The format looks to be really engaging, down-to-earth and accessible with speakers and/or panelists from all sides of the equation – photographers, photo buyers, software, hardware, etc – followed by a town hall style roundtable of Q&A;, and wrapping up with a nice big party…er, ah, I mean a “reception.”

Moreover, I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be the guest speaker kicking off the tour at the legendary Filmore East on September 14 in NYC. If you’re in that neck of the woods and you are able to attend, please do. I’ll try to have something interesting to say, and it would be great to connect with as many readers as possible while I’m out there. Please introduce yourself if we cross paths.

Oh ya, did I mention that all these events are FREE? That said, I just spoke with the organizers and they said that in the first day more than 200 people already RSVP’d for the NYC event alone. Spaces are still available for this and other locations, but they’re going fast. You must register in advance for your spot at the Photoshelter City Tour here.

Dates and cities are listed below, go check one out:

September 14, 2007
New York City
Irving Plaza – Filmore East (NY)

September 17, 2007
Atlanta
103 West

September 19, 2007
Chicago
Alhambra Palace Restaurant

September 24, 2007
Portland
Portland Center for the Performing Arts

September 26, 2007
San Francisco
Broadway Studios

September 28, 2007
Los Angeles / Orange County
Orange County Fair and Exposition Center

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19 Responses to Photography 2.0: Seats For Photoshelter Event Going Fast

  1. Carson Blume August 20, 2007 at 8:13 am #

    I heart Photoshelter!

  2. Colin M. Lenton August 20, 2007 at 8:38 pm #

    Hey thanks for the headsup Chase…
    I’ve never seen you speak before but I’ve been reading the blog fairly frequently and I look forward to it.

    If we cross paths I’d love to hang out with you and chat a bit about the blackbox of photography and or have a beer or something.

    - peace

  3. Chase Jarvis August 20, 2007 at 8:42 pm #

    Right on, Colin. We’ll toast with a cocktail at the reception AND chat about the black box.

  4. Anonymous August 21, 2007 at 2:48 am #

    Chase –

    I’m already in with Photoshelter. Thanks for the cool blurb. You can look my stuff up there. Small town photog working for weekly paper and in your world — chump change — but, a good foundation, steady hands and ready for a big time assignment! Come to Maine!

    ~ Roger

  5. colin m. lenton August 22, 2007 at 7:48 am #

    great, i’ll get in touch closer to the 14th

  6. Jim Lafferty September 14, 2007 at 6:07 pm #

    Thanks for your speech, Chase. You were inspirational and as always, generous with the info you shared. It was a pleasure…

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