Friends of The NYPPA

The NYPPA thanks Con Edison for their generous grant and support of the Annual Exhibit.

Our grateful thanks to 20 Pine The Collection and their staff for providing the location for the Annual Exhibit.

Our sincere thanks to Brown-Forman for providing the Liquor for the Annual Party and Exhibit Opening.

 

@TheNYPPA
Monday
Oct072013

Bill Eppridge, Photographer Who Captured Robert F. Kennedy's Death, Dies at 75

Photo by Aristide Economopoulos/The Star-LedgerAward-winning photojournalist, Bill Eppridge, known for his historic image of the Senator Robert F. Kennedy dying on the floor of a Los Angeles hotel in 1968, passed away on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 in Danbury, Conn.

According to the National Press Photographers Association, Eppridge had been suffering from a blood infection brought on by a fall that injured his hand.

He was 75 years old.

NPR's The Picture Show pays tribute to the man and his legacy.

Saturday
Jul202013

78th Annual EXHIBIT AND AWARDS NIGHT

Download the flyer

Come honor your colleagues and friends at this great event where more than 150 images will be on display at SB D Gallery, 6 St. Marks Place (2nd Floor), East Village, NY on Thursday, August 15, 7 p.m.

The winners of Best in Show and Photographer of the Year will be revealed at this year's event.

We will also be honoring Jerry Engel who has spent nearly 40 years as our Liaison to the NYPD. His work helped us maintain good relations with the police and helped many of our members smooth the way for proper coverage of news events. He will receive the Louie Liotta Award, named for famed NY Post Photographer Louie Liotta who was best known his award-winning street photography and his fedora that always featured his press card sticking out of the brim. Police officials will be present to help us honor our friend Jerry.

The evening will feature a full buffet, open bar, and true fellowship with your colleagues and friends in the air conditioned gallery owned and operated by our good friend Seolbin Park.

Admission is $45 per person - a lot less than for past awards evenings. And dress code casual. Please RSVP if you can to rsvp@nyppa.org

Download the pdf flyer here.

Monday
Jul152013

NYPPA ANNUAL EXHIBIT AND AWARDS CEREMONY ANNOUNCED

NYPPA ANNUAL EXHIBIT AND AWARDS CEREMONY ANNOUNCED

Many of you have inquired about the Awards Dinner and why it was not held at the usual time.

We have decided to fold the Awards Ceremony into a party to be held during the Exhibit. Unfortunately, we had difficulty finding a space. We also needed to line up sponsorship to defray the costs. Thankfully both issues have been resolved. Con Ed will once again sponsor the Exhibit, and our good friend Seolbin Park, of SBgroupe, has stepped up to offer us her new gallery space in Manhattan.

The Exhibit is scheduled to open either July 28 or July 29. It will close August 18, a Sunday.

All this just fell into place this week, and we have less than a month to print, frame and hang the exhibit. We could try to hold the party/Awards Ceremony Monday, July 29 but we are concerned that we may not have enough time to get things ready, and that is short notice to our category sponsors. We would prefer to hold the party later, toward the end of the exhibit, on either August 15 (a Thursday).

I am contacting caterers now to see which dates can work for them, but more importantly I need to know from MEMBERS and the contest winners if you will not be able to make one of those dates. Please send me an email IMMEDIATELY with any of those dates that you cannot attend (ray@raystubblebine.com). If I don't hear from you I will assume all dates are good for you. We will set the Party date and what the cost will be when the Board meets, July 18th and we will post on Facebook and on the website.

We realize that, under the circumstances, all contest winners may not be able to attend and we are waiving the requirement that you must attend to get your awards. The ceremony will be formal, but everyone can plan on attending in summer attire. It will be a casual affair. Full details and ticket costs will be posted ASAP.

Ray Stubblebine

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Ray Stubblebine

Exhibit Chair New York Press Photographers Association, Inc.

225 E36th ST Suite 1-P New York NY 10016

 

Monday
Jul012013

PhotographyDegree.com - A great resource for students looking for photography programs

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www.PhotographyDegree.com -- provides prospective and current students with abundant information about all the available photography programs.

The site also offers an array of online resources including photography associations, scholarships and careers after completing a photography degree.

We have created this comprehensive resource to give students all the information they would need to make smart decisions about their education and prepare them for their respective careers.

Sunday
Jun232013

The late Lou Requena is remembered at the 67th Yankee Old Timers Day UPDATED!!!!!!!

 Today at the 67th Yankees Old Timers Day The Yankees remembered Lou Requena during the ceremonies.

I am told that funeral services for Lou Requena will be Tuesday -- 199 Bleecker ST -- 1030a-1230p.

Memorial Service to be held at Greenwich Village Funeral Home 199 Bleecker Street NYC Tuesday, June 25th,  10:30am - 12:30pm

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Legion (legion.org) in Lou's name.

As we area all sad to tell you that Lou Requena passed away at St. Luke's/Roosevelt Hospital at 10:30 June 20th. He was 93.

Born December 12, 1919, in San Juan, PR, the WWII vet was a fixture in the NY sports scene for over 50 years. He worked for El Diario as a staffer and as Pan American Photos he freelanced for the New York Yankees, and the major wire services: The Associated Press, United Press International and Reuters.
Lou's niece, Wanda Betancourt, (wbetancourt@pacbell.net, (858-204-1182 Cellhas set up a web site, still unfinished, with some detail of his life: http://www.lourequena.com

There is further information on page 5 at:
 http://www.sportscollectorsdigest.com/wp-content/uploads/MantleptIV.pdf
 
His longtime friend Jeff Feller will be emailing further information later today. Funeral arrangements pending.

He had a good life, a lot of fun and was his own man through it all. RIP good friend.

Ray Stubblebine
Immediate Past President
New York Press Photographers Association, Inc.