One of my students sent me this link for a digital photo contest. (Thanks!) You submit 5 images, and they pick a round of finalists. The finalists then print their work and the winners are chosen from there. But don't stop reading yet! Hahnemühle’s Student Photo Competition has a pretty sweet plus side--all finalists, whether... 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 →
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!
Found this video online and thought it would be a funny decompressor for you all sweating over portfolios. Take a quick break and watch this photo satire. The butter thing...wow. That's gotta smell GREAT after, lol. https://youtu.be/yhZkoj-9Usc
My studio lighting students are doing some pretty cool work this semester, and I thought it would be an awesome time for you guys to see what you could look forward to if you take the class next year! (on Fridays, Fall 2019). We cover hotlights, flashes, and strobes, with specific assignments meant to give... Continue Reading →
This is the time of year my students turn in hdr shots! HDR stands for high dynamic range, and is the digital version of the Zone System. HDR combines a series of different exposures, and allows you to select the best tones from various exposures to create the most complete lighting range--more than the human... Continue Reading →