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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Brandi Irwin and Liquid Film Photography as featured on the New York Nightly News with Chuck Scarborough (Friday, May 27th at 7pm).
“BRANDI IRWIN UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER TALKS ABOUT HER CAREER AS A UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHER AND WHAT LED HER TO IT.”
”Something Special Underwater” at Under Minerva Gallery
Making a splash this weekend at the Under Minerva Gallery in Brooklyn, located at 656 Fifth Avenue, is Brandi Irwin’s exhibit of underwater photography called “Something Special Underwater.”
Irwin is a pioneer in underwater fluorescence photography.
Friday through Sunday, 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., until June 3.
“Something Special” Underwater
Due to Popular Demand, Brandi’s Exhibit
Will Be Extended To June 3, 2011
It is our pleasure to welcome Mr. Jon Forrest Dohlin who will speak at the opening on behalf of the New York Aquarium. Liquid Film Photography is pround to support the ongoing work of the New York Aquarium by donating a portion of the proceeds from this show.
Photographing the Glowing Ocean Depths.
Brandi Irwin is making a splash with a new kind of underwater photography.
“Even today, the world of the deep blue sea is vastly unknown. Tumbling beneath the waves are creatures yet to be discovered, mysteries to be solved.
But photographer and Park Slope resident Brandi Irwin is here to unravel at least some of the mystery. Her new show “Something Special,” a showcase of photographs taken in the depths of the ocean, opens next Friday at the Under Minerva Gallery on Fifth Avenue and 19th Street.”