Adobe says it's been "testing" it's website, including the payment plan options...which a ton of people started screaming about last week, because the Photography plan, which gives you LR, PS and Bridge, disappeared. That means the cheapest plan you could buy would be $20. However, the mass influx of people cancelling their subscriptions this week... Continue Reading →
UNITE: Center for Community and Diversity is hiring student assistants for the 2019-2020 academic year. Attached is our hiring packet with detailed information. Completed packets are due Friday, April 26 2019 by 3PM in the HUB, Student Center. Interviews will be held early to mid-May. You can find out more about UNITE at their website... Continue Reading →
Communication Arts is a reeeeaally well known magazine, and they are having a photo contest. Having your work published in their magazine would be a legit big deal...and they have a special category just for student work! This means you aren't competing against professionals, but still get publication space and your own award. (Sweeeeet). The... Continue Reading →
One of the costs that photographers often don't think about is fabric. We use fabric backdrops behind subjects in portraits, as backgrounds in still lives, and I've used in in collage work too... The Fashion Department is having a sale of fabrics ($2 and less per yard!) in the Science and Fine Arts Building, Room... Continue Reading →
Save the Date! Feb 7th @ 12:15 in FA 510 Resumes, slide presentations, and essays are different for artists when submitting materials for scholarships or shows. Come learn the basics of how to present your work professionally and better your chances at getting a grant/scholarship/show!
If you're one of those insane people who get into long lines for Black Friday...best of luck. I have no such determination. And it's cold out. Maybe if they had Black Friday on a nice day in May I would reconsider...but back to the point. There are some photo deals online for you to look... Continue Reading →