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!
Dia de los Muertos
Isaac Cordal is sympathetic toward his little people and you can empathize with their situations, their leisure time, their waiting for buses and even their more tragic moments such as accidental death, suicide or family funerals. The sculptures can be found in gutters, on top of buildings, on top of bus shelters...
Movin’ and Shakin’ with Shutters
Shutters are an incredibly important camera control that a lot of people ignore. Many cameras default to a fast shutter speed, freezing motion entirely. Sometimes this is desirable, but many times a slower shutter speed can give you that sense of action and motion to a picture. My basic digital students had to do an... Continue Reading →
Interesting Business Portraits?!
When I saw this series I got incredibly excited. Photo-nerdy excited. It changed my view of business portraits, and anything that is a paradigm shifter is AWESOME in my book. I love this work. Take a look! It almost sounds like the opening line to a joke: A young black woman takes a bunch of... Continue Reading →
The Kodak No. 1 Camera
Today the National Media Museum made a flickr gallery today for old images taken with the very first Kodak camera available to the public! Today, we take photography for granted. Anyone can take a photograph simply by pressing a button. Yet, it was not always so simple. The invention of photography was announced in 1839,... Continue Reading →
Part 3: Way Beyond Delirium
After all the mats are cut, and images placed, you need to sign each one. This can be done with edition number on the left, title in the middle and name/year on the right, or with title on left and name/year on the right, or with just name on the right. I hate it when... Continue Reading →