First of all, Viewpoint is one of the best photo galleries in California, and we are very lucky to have it here in Sacramento. Even better, there's an entire program for students. We do have an ARC membership for students, but even if you aren't taking our classes anymore, you could still become a member for $20 and that gives you access beyond your time with us. I've added their contact info at the bottom of this post. But let's see what's going on! ...
This week there seems to be some amazing stuff happening. First, tomorrow on 4/7 @ 7pm on CRC campus (in Recital Hall) famous photographer Joyce Tenneson with be giving a lecture!!! If you can find a way to get there, I would highly suggest it! Second, the Westons (Starting with Edward Weston) are a photography... Continue Reading →
I got this email from Viewpoint this morning; my students in Trends in Software might find this overview helpful to expanding on what we covered in class, as well as other students who are playing with Lightroom at home. There is a fee for the workshop, but I think arc photo students get a discount,... Continue Reading →
Viewpoint Gallery is a great photo gallery that also has workshops, lectures, and critiques, as well as a few photo field trips. There's a bunch of workshops at Viewpoint Gallery every year, in addition to their student critique night (that crit night is free!). Here are two workshops taught by artists that I think would... Continue Reading →
CALL FOR ENTRIES DEADLINE: October 21, 2015 Call For Entries TWELVE: Photoshopped! (December 2015) The digital photographic revolution leaped forward with the introduction of Adobe Photoshop twenty-five years ago. Today Photoshop is the essential tool in digital darkrooms around the world. Almost every image in print, on the web or in galleries is edited in Photoshop... Continue Reading →
Are you on a budget but want to create exciting photographs? Well, this session is made just for you! You will learn how to make functional optics similar to the "Lensbaby" for a fraction of the cost, a 4x5 camera for under $15, lighting equipment, and