Event Photography

Photography of conventions, conferences and events in 2013

Ansley Braverman is an event photographer with international experience, with a portfolio of conventions and conferences in the USA, Europe and the Far East. Professional results guaranteed (view event photography projects from 2013 below). Ansley offers onsite coverage for as many days as needed and commits to turning in the edited photos within a week prior to the event. A faster turn around is possible at additional charge. To contact Ansley, click on the ‘contact’ box to the right.

November 20-21

Google Chrome Dev Convention Photography, Mountain View

Event Photography Chrome Dev Summit 2013
In charming Mountain View, 300 young entrepreneurs gathered in Google’s headquarters to explore the latest development’s of the Chrome browser. I photographed this event using a Canon 5D Mark II with various lenses for closeups, panoramics and group photos. I also installed flash guns on stands for head-shots of each speaker after they stepped off the podium. View photographs of the Google Chrome Dev event here

July 28

SFHTML5 Meetup Event Photography in San Francisco

sfhtml5 event photography
In downtown San Francisco, 150 web developers gathered to catch up on the latest comparisons of browser technologies, enjoy abundant refreshments and ask questions to leading people in the industry. Lighting for event photography is always challenging, and in this case post-production techniques compensated for the otherwise erratic lighting of a changing screen behind each speaker. View photographs from the SFHTML5 event here

February 4-8

Advanced Automotive Batteries Conference Photography, Pasadena

AABC event photography
In sunny Pasadena, 600 specialists from the automotive battery industry of all nations escaped the winter and caught up with the latest developments in their field. Among the attendees were leaders from the most prominent makers such as Toyota, Honda, Ford, Chevrolet and more. Apart from photography, this event also required taking video footage for which I used the Canon 5D HR camera, and final-cut for post production video editing. View event photographs of the AABC event here