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Gabriel BellMay 1, 2013, 10:40 AMAngela Pham, Event and Nightlife PhotographerAdvertisementFrantically cutting between dancers and social darlings with their equipment, flashes, and sharp elbows, there's at least one official party photog at every gallery opening, sponsored liquor bash, or VIP event you go to these days. Granted, their presence is nothing new (the highbrow social registries of the past lived on their shots), but today’s social shutterbug is hipper, younger, and more a part of the party than ever before. To get an inside look at nightlife photography's current breed we talked to one of its stars, Ms. Angela Pham of the Billy Farrell Agency, to see what's it's like to party from Moncler Outlet Online behind a camera.Tell us how you got started in this very particular profession.“I picked up a camera during my second year at NYU, but it wasn't until my time in London post-graduation that I started shooting parties for Vice UK. I remember the first party I was assigned to, at Bungalow 8 in Covent Garden — the kids were so incredibly posh and scathing, I couldn't even muster up enough courage to approach one person. People say I am very personable, but I consider myself a little shy.”How did you get over that? “When I moved back to NYC, I only wanted to work with the nascent Billy Farrell Agency, and hounded them for about six months. Now I’ve been there two years! Unlike other event photo agencies, they foster and encourage creative talent in all of their photographers. All of a sudden, I was being thrust into these very stressful environments with client needs, PR girls, socialites/celebrities I should know; and it's because of this I was able to develop so rapidly as a photographer. You quickly learn how to take good, publishable photos in a variety of conditions (often, less than ideal)."AdvertisementGot any tips for budding party photogs wanting to follow your path? “Wear a specific LAMD (Look-at-me-device) so that you become like ‘That chick with the monocle!’ or "That dude with the capes!’

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