Feb 24th 2014 Posted in: Blog, Photographers 0

Photographer Mark Citret on location

For three years in the early 1970s, Mark Citret assisted the Zone System Master Ansel Adams at his famous Yosemite Workshops. It was an amazing education for Mark as he worked with Adams in the field and darkroom.

Feb 20th 2014 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

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Gary Yost was a guest Thursday on KQED’s Forum with Michael Krasny speaking about his documentary film about Mt Tam, The Invisible Peak and will be at The Image Flow on Thursday February 27th for a film screening and discussion.

Feb 18th 2014 Posted in: Past Shows, Selected Artists 0
Gum Bichromate by Brian Taylor

Presented by Gallery 291

Feb 18th 2014 Posted in: Past Shows, Selected Artists 0
New Works by Michael Garlington

Presented by Gallery 291

Feb 13th 2014 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

Catherine Karnow

Powerful, emotional photography makes a big difference.

Feb 12th 2014 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Uncategorized 0

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Beautiful iPhone images by Michelle Grenier.

Feb 11th 2014 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

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Students enjoyed Ed Kashi’s workshop.

Feb 9th 2014 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Uncategorized 0

Sarah Rice Flyer Comp

Sarah Rice is a documentary photographer interested in exploring the elements that bind human beings to one another.

Feb 6th 2014 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts, Uncategorized 0

23_parade-cemetery-web Teacher and artist Brian Taylor talks about his education, teaching and the “voodoo” of alternative process photography.

Jan 28th 2014 Posted in: Blog 0

Ed KashiFeatured today on the New York Times Lens Blog, David Gonzalez writes about Ed Kashi’s documentary project, Island of Widows about Nicaragua’s kidney disease crisis.

Jan 14th 2014 Posted in: Blog 0

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Ed Kashi is a photojournalist dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. In addition to editorial assignments, filmmaking, and personal projects, Kashi is an educator who instructs and mentors students of photography, participates in forums, and lectures on photojournalism, documentary photography, and multimedia storytelling.

“I’m driven by this fact: that the work of photojournalists and documentary photographers can have a positive impact on the world,” says Kashi.

Dec 16th 2013 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

    Brent Stirton: A Native Son’s Ode To Nelson Mandela from National Geographic Photogrpahers Expound on the Power of Photography I am a South African who lives abroad, based in a place far from my own country. They say you carry your land in your heart, but it’s not true—you forget what makes your […]

Nov 26th 2013 Posted in: Blog 0

“Michelle’s class opened a new world of photography for me with the “camera” I have with me all the time!”- Lowrie

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Nov 5th 2013 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0
Amos Nachoum

On November 14, Amos Nachoum will be giving a lecture here at The Image Flow on  his work and the art of making iconic images.

Amos & exploration map

Oct 24th 2013 Posted in: Blog, Videos 0

The technique is old, from the mid 1800’s, but what you can create with the Wet Plate Collodion process can be new and exciting! Shane O’Neill teaches the process in a  great hands-on, one day workshop.

Here is a short video, created by Taylor Schwartz, from  his last Image Flow workshop.

Oct 21st 2013 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

Michelle Grenier is a trend setter and has over 100,000 followers on Instagram!  She was named one of Instagrams “Suggested Followers” last year, a nod to her success in the world of iPhone photography.

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Oct 7th 2013 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 1

Dan Dion, our One Light Wonder instructor, was recognized on The Weekly Flickr last week!     In this edition of The Weekly Flickr, we profile photographer Dan Dion who takes backstage photos of the funniest comedians in the world. Dan’s approach is unique; his shoots are relaxed, friendly and fun allowing the comedian to let his […]

Sep 17th 2013 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

  Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchi has gained international recognition for her nuanced, lushly colored images that offer closely observed fragments of everyday life. LECTURE BY RINKO KAWAUCHI Pier 24 just announced the first lecture in the Fall 2013 Larry Sultan Visiting Artist Program, a collaboration with California College of the Arts and the San Francisco Museum […]

Sep 5th 2013 Posted in: Blog, Featured Posts 0

  While many people view freckles as an aberration or blemish, my response is the opposite. I find them enchanting, unique, even exotic. More than once, while photographing for this series, a model thanked me for making something beautiful out of what they often viewed as a flaw.—Fritz Liedtke Fritz Liedtke‘s feature today on ProPhoto got […]

Jun 3rd 2013 Posted in: Blog 0

Barbara Hazen, Mill Valley resident/photographer and The Image Flow student, will be showcasing her series, “TIME PIECE,” at diPietro Todd from June 7th-September 7th.

Barbara Hazen Photography