Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA (PRWEB) September 15, 2010
ImagingDNA will relaunch its website on October 1 to create one of the first comprehensive portals for those who make images, those who use images and those who teach current and future of photography practices. The new site will feature forums for all types of photography, in some cases peer-led, to give those who participate real insight into current practices and future trends. A daily blog will be penned by members of the ImagingDNA team and advisory board. An online newsletter will keep all registered members informed of site undates and new information.
'It became clear at the end of the inaugural conference that this community needed a forum to continue discussion, debate and stay informed," said Kathleen Buczko, co-founder of ImagingDNA. "Our new site will provide that platform."
ImagingDNA will also host a roundtable discussion in New York, just prior to the PDN+PhotoPlus International Conference and Expo, October 28-30, 2010. The roundtable will bring together students, professionals and thought leaders around key ideas in the way the world captures, enhances and distributes photographs. Recognizing that by technology is transforming photography. ImagingDNA focuses on what does not change: how technology, practice and leaders come together to make and teach great photography.
For more information about ImagingDNA or to register for the New York roundtable discussion, please go to http://www.imagingdna.com . Regular updates are also available on Twitter, http://www.twitter.com/imagingdna and Facebook at http://www.facebook/imagingdna. Imaging D+A is the brainchild of photography veterans and new media visionaries from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and NMC Partners, a new media firm.