My students just had their first creative assignment; I think it was a little harder than some of them were expecting, but there was some really stellar work that was created. It's really cool to see how their ideas come together. I can't show every image (I've got over 200 images!) but here's a few... Continue Reading →
Field trip participants please come to the Kaneko Gallery at 8:30 AM. on Thursday morning because we need you to fill out some paperwork before we get on the road. The bus is scheduled to leave by 9:00. We will not be stopping on our way into the city and...
I saw this post and just was bowled over. At first I didn't understand what was going on, but I read the whole thing and looked at the pictures along the way and when I got to the end, I thought how amazing. If something like that happened to me, I would be honored to... Continue Reading →
Love this website, always visually educational. Check out the rest of the images! From IN FOCUS with Alan Taylor. For the past 10 days, firefighters in California have been struggling to contain the Rim Fire, now one of the largest in the state's history, as it blazes across the Stanislaus National Forest and into Yosemite National... Continue Reading →
So, I was going to post on a different artist (ahem) and totally fell in love with this. I've shown Camille's work before, but this is new. This IS documentary, and this does exactly what I've been telling my 350 students about their work; keep working on your projects, don't give up, even if they... Continue Reading →
This is a webinar on setting up color profiles and using light meters. This is slightly more advanced stuff, so it's not really appropriate to make an assignment for it in class, but it's late enough in the semester that you should be able to understand this stuff with no problem. (hurray you!) For those... Continue Reading →