Bob Korn Imaging
46 Main Street (2nd floor)
It’s about 90 minutes from Boston. There is on street parking on Main Street along with parking lots accessed between TD Bank (40 Main Street) and Main Street Wine & Gourmet (42 Main Street).
Saturday, April 28th, 2018
3-6PM ASMP Member Show Opening (beer and pretzels will be available)
Admission Cost (pre-registration/at the door)
Free to all. There is no registration fee.
ASMP New England partners with longtime sponsor Bob Korn Imaging to bring you the ASMPNE Member Show.
“A photograph isn’t a photograph until it’s a print”
Nothing beats a beautiful print of a terrific image. You supply the image and Bob Korn will make the print. This will be a good time in so many ways. Come out to see what ASMP New England can do and celebrate with your fellow members. If you get into the show, you could make some money if your print sells or you could donate the proceeds to non-profit Flashes of Hope. At the end of the show, you could take home a master print of your image or leave it in Bob’s archive. Regardless, you’ll have a great time seeing beautiful prints by Bob of terrific work by chapter members and mingling with fellow members. Anyone may attend but you must be an ASMP member to submit work for consideration for the ASMPNE Member Show (finer details below).
Accepted members include: Bill Gallery, Casey Atkins, Cate Brown, David Wells, Damian Strohmeyer, Emily Falcigno, Frank Curran, Fred Levy, Gioia Kuss, Jeff Dunn, John Benford, Kelly Davidson, Lynn Damianos, Lee Varis, Len Rubenstein, Liz Linder, Michael Malyszko, Mike Ritter, Morgain Bailey, Nicole Chan, Phil Zimmerman, Raj Das, Sharona Jacobs, Shawn Henry, Steve Dunwell, and Steve Jewett.
Throughout Printing Workshop and the beginning of the ASMPNE Member Show, we’ll be raffling off one of Bob’s own prints ($130 value – 20×30 image on 24×34 paper) and one $150 gift certificate from Maryelle Artistry on a full 8 hour day of make up services which is normally $800. We’ll auction off a Workbook Online Portfolio valued at $2000 and a Think Tank bag.
Submission / Selection Process: Deadline Extended to 3/26
Submission to the show is only open to ASMP members and runs from 2/26-3/26. Please choose work you are passionate about and not necessarily your most successful commercial work. The only requirement is the images were created with only one exposure with no compositing or digital manipulation. You may submit up to 5 jpg images at 72 dpi and 2000 pixels on the long side labeled as FirstLastName_0001 etc. Please submit to email@example.com with the subject line “Bob Korn ASMPNE Member Show 2018” by March 26th.
Bob Korn will select only 1 image per winning photographer and up to 24 final images from submissions. He will judge the images based on their photographic quality and power. If selected, you will need to supply Bob with the original RAW or unflattened PSD with XMP sidecar file (DNGs have these built in), your final adjusted version as a jpeg for reference, and your work’s title, name, and price by 4/9. Bob prints to what’s best for the paper so enjoy your file being in the hands of a master.
ASMP Member Show, Sales, and Prints:
Bob will create one exhibition print (22” long side or 18” square) for each selected photographer. The photos will be framed for the AMSPNE Member Show running from 4/28 through 5/31.
Each photographer will need to name the price of their image. It is recommended to have a $400 minimum price. If sold, the proceeds would be split 65 Bob / 35 Photographer. The photographer may choose to take the money or donate it to the non-profit Flashes of Hope for which ASMP photographers shoot across the country. If not sold at the end of the show, the photographer may take their image (free pick up or paid shipping) or the photographer may choose to leave the image in Bob’s archives to possibly sell later while being used as an example of his fine work.
Bob Korn Bio
Bob Korn, owner of Bob Korn Imaging, is a master photographic and digital printmaker. Over the past forty years, he has adapted to the constant change of techniques and technology while developing an eye which can see like no other. His prints can be found in every major collection throughout the world, including the Getty, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Smithsonian. With work shown in such varied and illustrious museums, and his ability to bring your vision to the printed piece, he truly is a highly prolific artist.
Bob’s reputation for producing unparalleled prints has generated a clientele of many of the world’s best photographers. The commitment to quality and client-printer collaboration is what sets Bob and his work apart, and has enabled him to work with the likes of Joel Meyerowitz, Robert Freson, Gregory Heisler, Richard Avedon, Marc Hauser and numerous others.
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