Cambridge Photojournalist Randy Goodman Presents: Iran Reflections

First Church in Cambridge 11 Garden St, Cambridge, MA, United States

Iran Reflections - ©Randy Goodman From the event website: 1979 Hostage Crisis to 2015 Nuclear Agreement Join us for a slideshow and talk by Randy Goodman on her newest photo series as she discusses the changes in Iran from 1979 to today, including the effects of the Iran Nuclear Deal on the citizens of the

Hunt’s presents 2017 Pictures of the Year Opening Reception and Exhibition

Hunt's Photo & Video 100 Main St, Melrose, MA, United States

Hunt’s Photo & Video will be hosting a reception and showing of the First place winners in the 2017 BPPA Annual contest at their gallery at 100 Main Street in Melrose from 2pm to 5pm. The images will remain on display for 2 weeks. This reception is also open to the public so spread the

Members Night at the MFA Graciela Iturbide exhibit

Museum of Fine Arts 465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA, United States

BPPA members night at the Museum of Fine Arts exhibit of photographs by Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide, Thursday March 14, 6:30pm. The MFA has graciously arranged for tickets for BPPA members to come see the exhibit together, and for curator Kristen Gresh to speak about Iturbide, the photographs and the exhibit. Attendees should meet at

2018 PoY Craig F. Walker speaks at Documentary Matters

Digital Silver Imaging 9 Brighton Street, Belmont, MA, United States

2018 Boston Press Photographers Association Photographer of the Year Craig F. Walker will talk about his work and present his award-winning series "Raising Connor" as part of Social Documentary Network's ongoing Documentary Matters series at Digital Silver Imaging in Belmont. The event is free, but advanced registration is required. You can do so by following


How COVID Changed Us: A Pandemic in Photographs (Virtual)

MUST PREREGISTER FOR THIS EVENT One year ago the pandemic forced us apart. It drove us out of the classroom and office; it shut down theaters and bars. Streets were empty and emergency rooms were overwhelmed by people falling ill. It also revealed existing inequities. Those already struggling battled isolation, a lack of resources, profound

Mirrorless Camera Information Session with Hunts Photo and Video (virtual)

  Description: The mirrorless program is designed to inform and educate people on the pros and cons of Mirrorless cameras as well as clear up misconceptions that are commonly known about them. The program will touch on the following topics. Images in the above gallery taken by Noah Buchanan at Hunts with mirrorless cameras. -Mirrorless

Digitizing Your Film Archive – Applying New Technology by Digital Silver Imaging

Griffin Museum of Photography 67 Shore Rd, Winchester, MA, United States

ASMP New England, in cooperation with the Boston Press Photographers Association, is happy to announce a special, live, in-person, and onsite program about new and repurposed technology to create high resolution scans from film. Digitizing Your Archive and using Capture One Software On Thursday, June 10, Digital Silver Imaging will debut and demonstrate its On

Pre-contest info panel

It's contest time again at the BPPA. If you have questions about your contest entry, are unclear about the category definitions, are looking for hints about putting together a story or a portfolio or are uncertain about anything else regarding the contest, please join Bill Greene, Jessica Rinaldi and Brian Snyder in an online Zoom

One-on-one contest help session 1

If you want some one-on-one help with your entry, you can sign up for a time on Thursday, January 13 from 7-9pm or Tuesday, January 18 from 7-9pm. Stephan Savoia, Angela Rowlings, Jessica Rinaldi, Bill Greene, and others will meet with you one-on-one to offer advice. You can get help with editing or figuring out

Jon Chase presents virtual slideshow of 1970s work on coal miners in Appalachia

The Boston Press Photographers Association is excited to present a talk over Zoom by Harvard University staff photographer, Jon Chase on March 15, 2022 at 7PM. In order to prevent zoombombing, you must sign up in advance for the free event. We will send you the zoom link shortly before the event. Sign up here During the event Jon will present