One of the categories that has been highlighted in the theme of the month is Darkroom. There are many ways these days that Darkroom Photography can be made. But from Analog to Digital Photography the processes which involved are endless. Check out the basics and the fun you can get with a pinhole camera. You'll find in the tutorial section of this newsletter, some links which may be useful in creating it. Stefan Bucher, a great photographer provides some fascinating examples about this type of photography.
The other topic for discussion this month is Categories. How do you consider categories for photography when submitting your work to DA
When an artist decides to take the next step and share their work with the world, how do they begin? Today artists have more options than ever before. In this article, we will take a look at several of these options. Before we discuss the various opportunities available to artists who are ready to venture into the public eye, let us talk about some basic fundamentals. First and foremost, you must have an accurate and professional portfolio of your work. Most artists I know have photographs made of their works these photographs should have excellent lighting (to portray your works true colors) and a nice, clean composition. I have a gre
The photograph, "Negative Octopus" by Sarahredhead (Sarah Jackson) has won first place in the "Altered Category" of the Smithsonian Institute's 2011-2012 International Photography Competition. The entry was chosen by judges out of over 260,000 entries form over 90 countries. Sarah's photograph will be featured in Smithsonian Magazine's July 2012 issue, adn a print of her photograph will hang in a gallery in the Castle at the Smithsonian Museums in Washington, DC.