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From: Ronald T.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 10:47 AM
I wanted to share with you one of ours, who is traveling the world on a continuous basis using Photography and Blogging for us to be able to participate in the adventure.

My Journey from Film Fidelity to Digital Metaphor
A Lecture by Photographer Robert Weingarten

Thursday, September 16 | 7:00 p.m.

I would have liked to have made this a meet up but do to the requirement of a reservation this cannot be set up as meet up.

Photographer Robert Weingarten, whose work ranges from classic black-and-white portraits to postmodern mashups, explores three of his radically different approaches to photography: using film to record nature, digital imaging to achieve abstraction, and sophisticated collage to create biographical portraits.

6Sight the Future of Imaging

Monday, November 15, 2010 - Wednesday, November 17, 2010
The Sainte Claire Hotel San Jose, California

6Sight ? Where photography meets its future
Explore the transformative impact of photo imaging technology on visual communication at every level of society ? businesses, homes, and communities.

? Preview breakthrough technologies
? Discover innovative uses
? Spark new ideas and alliances
? Spend quality time with imaging leaders, media, analysts and investor

Civil Rights Photographer Ernest Withers Was FBI Informant

A two-year investigation by The Commercial Appeal in Memphis says "the original Civil Rights photographer," Ernest C. Withers, who was with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the night he was assassinated, was a paid FBI informant.

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