I read this really fascinating blog post by Darren Carroll. He photographed Deandre Hopkins for the cover of Sports Illustrated in the middle of the pandemic. With no assistance. At all. As a photo teacher, it makes my little heart flutter. THE PHONE RANG LATE ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON. MY FRIEND MARGUERITE SCHROPP-LUCARELLI, THE DIRECTOR... Continue Reading →
Found this announcement in my email inbox. I like that there's a contest specifically for that age bracket; too often I get emails with contests for students in the 18-24 age range, but we have students of all ages at ARC. So if you know of someone who this could be of interest to, please... Continue Reading →
Medium Photo is proud to offer the Black Artists Scholarship. This program supports the careers of Black artists through a full scholarship to attend the 2022 Medium Review and festival as a VIP guest. The Medium Review takes place in San Diego on February 10-11, 2022 at the Lafayette Hotel and Swim Club. Festival events... Continue Reading →
...And If you'd like to try your hand at making your own monster self portrait, either via Photoshop or via costume and lighting, or some combo, I'll give 2 points extra credit to...
There are a ton of photo contests out there, but this one is hosted in part by Photobucket, which I do like as a company. I had to search a bit to find the rules--there is an entry fee of $20 and the photos have to be taken 2019 or afterwards. If you aren't sure... Continue Reading →
Ok, so I don't think this is really crucial information, but it is fun information. It is possible, if you have a dslr or a mirrorless camera, to turn your camera into a webcam for zoom. Why on earth would you do this? Control of depth of field, less distortion of facial features, and maybe...just... Continue Reading →