Portrait Session Auction

October 17, Have your photograph taken by: Keith Carter, Paul Elledge, Greg Gorman, Susan kae Grant, Jay Maisel, Frank Ockenfels 3, Matthew Jordan Smith, Joyce Tenneson, or Albert Watson. You are invited to bid on portrait sessions with some of the most well-known and accomplished photographers of our time.

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Internationally renowned photographers Keith Carter, Paul Elledge, Greg Gorman, Susan kae Grant, Jay Maisel, Frank Ockenfels 3, Matthew Jordan Smith, Joyce Tenneson and Albert Watson are donating their time and talents to benefit the non-profit Santa Fe Center for Photography by contributing a portrait session to successful on-line auction bidders.

Successful bidders win the opportunity to be photographed by one of the most significant photographic artists of our time. Winning bidders may book a session for themselves or present the portrait session as a fabulous gift to a family member or loved one. To be photographed and forever recorded by such celebrated artists is an opportunity of a lifetime.

The Auction
Bidding opens November 1, 2006 and closes November 5, 2006 on eBay Giving Works, a program dedicated to support non-profit organizations. All of the proceeds from the auction benefit the Santa Fe Center for Photography (SFCP). Interested bidders can visit http://www.sfcp.org or call 505-984-8353 for auction details.

About the SANTA FE CENTER for PHOTOGRAPHY
SFCP is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that honors, supports and provides opportunity to gifted and committed photographers. The programs offered by SFCP bring exposure to worthy photographic projects and series, and create fellowship among photographers and members of the photographic community.

Source: Santa Fe Center for Photography Press Release


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