Join photographer John Milleker for a presentation on the history of photography from a unique and fascinating ‘behind the scenes’ standpoint. John has intimate knowledge of the processes of photography through two centuries as he still practices, teaches and demonstrates nearly all of them. Learn about the inventors and processes of history, how they work and how they relate to each other.
About the Speaker: John is a full time, classically trained professional photographer serving Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware and the entire East Coast of the United States. With over 20 years of experience in film, digital and alternative process photography he enjoys practicing, teaching and demonstrating nearly every aspect of the art and history of photography from traditional processes to modern.
Admission is Pay as You Wish! Your donation is greatly appreciated. All proceeds benefit the development of future programming and the preservation of the History Center and its collections. The History Center is home to over 750,000 manuscripts, 100,000 photographs, and 70,000 artifacts. Your donation helps us to preserve and share those resources.
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Presentation is via Zoom, and will be recorded and available for 7 days for all registered participants. We will email out a Zoom link the day of the presentation, and email a link to the recording within 48 hours. Note: the Zoom link emailed out the day of the presentation only takes you to the live presentation; the link emailed out the day after will contain the recorded version.
Generously sponsored by the Haverford Trust Company.