David Spero shows The Social the light, discussing the relationship between photography and art at London's Barrio Central bar. Image copyright Karen McQuaid.
Tired of lugging your portfolio around town? Technology could offer an answer - photographers and agencies are now creating iPad portfolios, allowing them to present their work in a professional, slick, easily updateable and lightweight way. But how do you do it and what's the best approach?
BJP and The Photographers' Gallery have invited Simon Lunt and Jonathan Davies from Teleportfolio to share their technical and design tips on Monday. Lunt and Davies recently developed apps for photographers Shamil Tanna and Morgan Silk, and aim to create cost-effective but striking work.
At the other end of the scale, Benjamin Chesterton, a multimedia specialist from Duckrabbit, will be on hand to sound a cautionary note. iPad apps are great, he argues, but how do they differ from websites and can you justify their price tags?
The Social is a regular event held by The Photographers' Gallery and BJP at Barrio Central, Poland Street, Soho, London W1F 8PS. It's held on the last Monday of the month, and pitched as a get together for photographers, with a discussion at the start.
The event starts at 6.30pm.
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