2 Opportunities in the next week to buy photo stuff! Number One: First, October 4th Action camera is having their biannual Photo Swap Meet; if you get there early, you have a better chance of getting a specific item. But if you go later, you'll have a better opportunity of getting a deal. Or you... Continue Reading →
Nikon Photo Contest I got an email from Nikon the other day, and I'm going to share a quote from it with you: With more than 1 million photographs shared via the Internet every day, the world of photography is undergoing tremendous change. And so, on its 34th anniversary, the historic, worldwide Nikon Photo Contest... Continue Reading →
I was looking for possible grants for our program, so we could buy more equipment. I couldn't find diddly for the photo department, but I found a bunch for photo students. And since I am tired of having these windows open on my laptop, :) I'm going to post them here...
California Contest: Submit your best photo of California public art--Your photos must show California’s brilliant legacy of art (murals, mosaic, sculptures, paintings, etc.) created specifically for public settings such as parks, plazas, buildings and community-gathering spots. The California Art Council's Photo Contest is accepting entries through December 2!
So, anyone in my intermediate classes know that you can get a color monitor/printer calibration system, which helps keep your color accurate from screen to print. But what about from camera to screen? There's the color checker passport system--in my last color photography class I showed a similar system, but this one seems much improved. ... Continue Reading →