Gary Hershorn

Photojournalist
Gary Hershorn
Gary Hershorn has been a photojournalist since 1979. Following a long career working at the Reuters News Agency, he changed the course of his photography to include documenting the changing skyline of New York City and various celestial events that take place over the city.
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1:1 Portfolio Review with Gary Hershorn

Meet with acclaimed photographer Gary Hershorn for a private review of your photography portfolio. Drawing on decades of experience photographing everything from major news stories to the Olympics to the night sky, Gary will share feedback on your portfolio and advise you on how you can take your photography to the next level. Gary believes deeply in the importance of mentorship and is very glad to meet with photographers of all levels and backgrounds.

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PAST EVENTS

Photographing Celestial Events

Photographing Celestial Events

Thursdays, Apr 22 & Apr 29, 5pm-6:30pm PT / 8pm-9:30pm ET

Join photojournalist Gary Hershorn for an intimate workshop focused on taking the best photos of the sun and moon as they rise and fall in the sky over your city.

Join photojournalist Gary Hershorn for an intimate workshop focused on taking the best photos of the sun and moon as they rise and fall in the sky over your city.

Bio

Gary Hershorn is an award-winning Canadian photographer and picture editor. Hershorn’s 40-year career began in 1979 at United Press International in Toronto. He started at Reuters in 1985 as Chief Photographer, Canada. During Gary's 29-year Reuters career, he worked as a photographer in Toronto, Senior Photographer in Washington, Picture Editor-Americas and Global Sports Pictures Editor. Hershorn has photographed 17 Olympic Games, 24 Masters Golf tournaments, 24 Academy Awards, Super Bowls, World Series, Stanley Cups, World Cups, and major news events.

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Presently he is working on a long-term personal project documenting the ever-changing skyline of New York City and is a Getty Images contributing photographer. He also published a book, “New York Celestial” in 2019.


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