The Art Trail Gallery in Florence, South Carolina is calling for photographic art for their annual “Photofabulous” exhibit. Please read the flyer below for more information or visit the website: http://art-trail-gallery.com/
In Introductory Photography class we recently looked at Timothy Pakron’s work in which he hand painted the developer on the paper rather than immersing the print in a tray full of developer. If you like to read his personal comments on his work check out the following article on PetaPixel: http://petapixel.com/2012/05/24/surreal-portraits-created-by-painting-developer-onto-photo-paper/#more-56505
There are 2 approaches to making a tintype. One is considered the classic or authentic method, while the other is called the modern tintype or gelatin dry plates. The authentic method grew in popularity during the American Civil War because they were cheaper and more lightweight than photographic methods that preceded the tintype. American soldiers … More Modern Tintypes by FMU Photography Students
Photo Majors and all Visual Art Majors who are taking or have taken a photo class….this is for you! Click HERE for more information.
The Carolina Click expo is this weekend, September 14-15th at the Florence Civic Center. Students are permitted to attend absolutely free! What an amazing privilege to be able to learn from such wonderful photographers. I strongly recommend taking advantage of this opportunity!
The Center for Fine Art Photography has a call for entries for black and white image based media. If you want to read more, click on the image above or download the prospectus: CFAP Black and White 2013 Prospectus