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4x5 Photo Fest

Featuring workshops and talks from well-established photogs, a photo swap, a photo fair with exhibitor booths, and an after party with live music (courtesy of local act Fishermen), 4x5 Photo Fest is as much a one-day buffet of ideas and inspiration as it is a fast-tracked networking opportunity for photographers of varying experience. Highlights of this year’s 4x5 Photo Fest will include, in addition to the photo swap and print fair, a Lomography DIY Workshop, The Candid Frame (a live podcast moderated by Ibarionex Perello), a Lumiere Tintype Pop-Up shop, the opportunity to check out cameras for use, and artist talks with Verónica G. Cárdenas, Brinson + Banks, Reg Campbell, and keynote speaker John Keatley. Visit 4x5photofest.com for full details.

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