ARC has a beacon tutoring program, and now that you are nearing the end of the class, if you feel confident you could explain how to use Bridge to rename files, edit files in Raw, make and HDR image...maybe you should consider becoming a beacon tutor! Why Become a Beacon Tutor? To share your knowledge... Continue Reading →
VIEWPOINT’S 2018 STUDENT EXHIBITION: PERSPECTIVES Viewpoint Photographic Art Center invites all college and high school students of photography to submit photographs for an exhibition hosted by Viewpoint and shown at the CROCKER ART MUSEUM. This exhibition, entitled PERSPECTIVES, will run from April 5-29,2018, in conjunction with the inaugural Sacramento Photography Month, which is happening citywide throughout April... Continue Reading →
Here's a great student contest for you guys. Submit your work to their website: http://www.tamron-usa.com/tamronedu/showcase_edu.html and win any Tamron lens plus recognition in the Tamron EDU enews and social media. You can check out previous winners at their website too. Looks like it's free, so what do you have to lose? And you get free gear! Pretty... Continue Reading →
This is a really fun, hands photography project. While technically it's really easy to technically execute, the real trick is deciding what to shoot! I did a really basic concept here, but there's so many things you can explore--moving objects in a frame, moving your location as you shoot, altering and creating the variation in... Continue Reading →
Things are starting to ramp up in the photo world! Last week I posted on my office window a local exhibit you can enter: Visions 2017. The SFAC (Sacramento Fine Arts Center) which is pretty close to ARC, is having their yearly photo show. The show is open to all photographers, and they don't care... Continue Reading →
I've gotten a bunch of emails from major companies lately, and I realized that many photo companies are hoping that the euphoria of the semester ending will translate into you spending a bunch. (cue evil laughter) I don't personally remember spending anything when I was done each semester--I'd just blown all my money on prints and portfolio supplies. But incase you hit the lottery jackpot, here's a few of the highlights...