Jun 13th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0
International Photography Exhibitions

Traveling this summer?  Here are some shows to explore when you’re on the road. Victoria and Albert Museum in London presents “Figures and Fictions: Contemporary South African Photography” through July 17 PS1 New York, NY showing Frances Alys’ exhibition “A Story of Deception” through August 1, 2011. LA MOCA presents “Art in the Streets” through August […]

Jun 8th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Uncategorized 0

Marco Breuer: Line of Sight will be on exhibit through October 2 at the DeYoung Museum.  The artist is considered one of the most innovative contemporary artists working in photography today.  He produces abstract images through a variety of photographic processes.  Have you seen this show yet?

Jun 6th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Uncategorized 0

Are you afraid to take your camera’s settings off of automatic?  Don’t fear.  The Image Flow can help you become more comfortable with Aperture, Shutter speed, and ISO.   Our “Take Control of Your Camera” 3-session summer workshop begins Wednesday, June 22.  Sign up now to get control of your camera.

May 29th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

Headlands Center for the Arts Benefit Auction Wednesday, June 1 at 6:30 pm.  Herbst International Exhibition Hall in the Presidio 385 Moraga Avenue.  Will call ticket available online and prices start at $90 for members and $125 for the general public. An evening of live & silent auctions featuring artwork by more than 90 leading […]

May 28th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

HERE. May 23 – December 16, 2011 at Pier 24 Photography in San Francisco by appointment only.  Group exhibition of late-twentieth century photography that features over 700 images by 34 artists.  Artists presented in the exhibition HERE. include: Diane Arbus, Lewis Baltz, Ruth Bernhard, Leon Borenstein, John Chiara, Kota Ezawa, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Arnold Genthe, Jim Goldberg, […]

May 16th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

HELIOS: Eadweard Muybridge in a Time of Change at SF MOMA through June 7 Retrospective and Sale at SF CameraWork through May 22 SF artMRKT from May 19-22 Richard Learoyd at Fraenkel Gallery through June 25  

May 13th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

The Image Flow Gallery will be open again this weekend (5/14-15) for Marin Open Studios. Please stop by to say hello and see Stuart’s abstract photographs.

May 5th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

The Image Flow’s gallery will host an opening night event this weekend during Marin Arts Open Studios.   Please join us on Saturday, May 7th at 6:30 p.m. for appetizers and conversation as we preview Stuart’s new series of abstract photographs. These abstract photographs are sometimes mistaken for paintings at firstglance because the layers of […]

May 4th 2011 Posted in: Image of the Month 0
Image of The Month by Rosemary Greenberg

“Shadows on the Wall” was taken by Rosemary Greenberg during our sunrise photoshoot with the Photo Essentials Workshop.  

May 3rd 2011 Posted in: Blog 0
Photo Alliance Lecture Friday

Mark you calendar for this Friday for the latest in the Photo Alliance Spring Lecture Series. LEO RUBINFIEN WITH KEVIN KUNISHI May 6, 2011 7:30 pm San Francisco Art Institute Lecture Hall 800 Chestnut Street San Francisco, Ca (at Jones Street) $10.00 general admission $5.00 students with ID— TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

May 1st 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

Photo contests have the potential of providing good cash awards as well as possible accolades, media coverage, and sales. They also offer the opportunity to get in front of jury committees that often include curators and gallery owners.  The problem is that there are lots of contests out there, which makes it difficult to decide […]

Apr 13th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Image of the Month 0
Image of the Month by Natalie Burrous

This month’s featured image is by Natalie Burrous, an eighth-grade student at the Greenwood School here in Mill Valley. Natalie took the photograph during a Principles of Photography class taught by Gary Yost. Her class visited The Image Flow for a demonstration of Adobe Lightroom, and to watch their digital images printing on our equipment.  […]

Mar 5th 2011 Posted in: Image of the Month 1
Image of the month by Trish Carney

This month The Image Flow is featuring Trish Carney’s “Long-eared Owl (Asio outs)” Triptych which is on display as part of the Marin Arts Council’s “Nature’s Palette” show. Trish’s work is “a declaration of love for the wild and untamed as well as a lyrical reminder of what we stand to lose if we do […]

Feb 11th 2011 Posted in: About Your Camera, Blog 0
Sunrise shoot and Photos from our Winter Workshop

Last Sunday The Image Flow hosted a sunrise photo shoot for our Photo Essentials photographers. We lucked out with an absolutely beautiful morning – 64 °F at 6:00 am – down by the shores of the San Francisco bay. Our students learned how quickly the gorgeous morning light changes into “I’m bored, time for juevos […]

Jan 31st 2011 Posted in: Blog, Image of the Month, Photographers 0
February Image of the Month by Nancy Alcott

San Francisco based photographer Nancy Alcott took these pictures of Kristy Balarini and Timothy Redpath’s daughter Harlin at about two weeks old. We were tremendously impressed when Kristy came into The Image Flow to have a series of images printed for family members. These are not your typical baby pictures.Visit www.nancyalcott.com to see more Nancy’s work.

Jan 18th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

Photographer and Mac expert Lloyd Chambers has posted a very informative review of Apple’s new Mac Book Air laptop. His review is worth a look for those of you who want a more portable computer for our Photo Essentials workshop or for reviewing a day’s work while traveling. The decision comes down to portability or […]

Jan 14th 2011 Posted in: Blog 0

Leica just announced this year’s Leica – Oskar Barnack Preis Photo Contest. The topic for submissions is “the relationship between humans and the environment.” I can think of a quite a few of our local Mill Valley photographers that have wonderful images for this topic. Jump in guys! Here’s the Press Release from Leica: Invitation to […]

Jan 6th 2011 Posted in: Blog, Image of the Month 0
January Image of the Month by Heidi Richardson

Local Architect and passionate photographer Heidi Richardson has been a long time client and student of The Image flow. We were blown away by the photos from her recent trip to Antarctica. In this shot she perfectly captures the cold, desolate environment of an abandoned whaling station.

Dec 17th 2010 Posted in: Blog 0

Here at The Image Flow we are constantly on the look out for anything that helps us make better prints. We recently purchased an Epson 9900 printer and have been really impressed with the improved color and contrast provided by its new Ultra Chrome HDR inks, especially on matte papers like the Somerset Velvet or […]

Dec 1st 2010 Posted in: Blog, Image of the Month 0
December Image of The Month by Jay Tamang

This month we’re featuring Jay Tamang with the image of the month. Jay has come a long way in the year that we’ve known him. He’s learned that it takes persistence to find the right light, even if it means going back for a re-shoot.