Monday, April 29, 2013

Large Format II Fall 2013




PHOT 350 Large Format II - Fall Quarter 2013
Tuesday/Thursday 5-7:30pm - Professor Jeff Rich
·    8x10 Cameras/Film
·    Development by Inspection
·    How to Drum Scan
·    Contact printing to Mural printing
·    Self Directed Project for the quarter
·    Class Exhibition

Artists Using Big Film:


Questions contact Jeff Rich: jrich@scad.edu

Friday, April 26, 2013

Graduate Thesis Papers




Thanks to Louise for sharing this with me!

Thursday, April 25, 2013

LENSCRATCH STUDENT COMPETITION

 
 
Due Date: June 9th
LENSCRATCH STUDENT COMPETITION
Exhibition to run on June 28th, 2013
Open to all students: high school, BFA, MFA, Continuing Education
a scan of your student id will be required...for the 2012-2013 school year.


LENSCRATCH is awarding 1st, 2nd, 3rd place prizes and 2 honorable mentions: each winner will receive a focused post on their work and given world wide exposure. There are no fees involved, but guidelines must be followed correctly to be considered:

  1. Submit 10 images from one body of work--work that is shot with intention and has something to say.  Images need to be 72 dpi, 1000px on the long side, saved as jpgs.
  2. Submit a well written statement for the work
  3. Submit a written bio
  4. A scan of your student id
  5. Also include: age, name of school, if you are pursuing a degree, website (if you have one) and one sentence as to why you are a photographer.


http://www.lenscratch.com/2012/05/lenscratch-exhibition-opportunities.html
 
 
 

Lenscratch Exhibition Opportunities

Lenscratch Exhibition Opportunities

LENSCRATCH is creating exposure opportunities for photographers with group on-line exhibitions. Photographers will be allowed ONE entry per exhibition and ALL photographs will be published. I firmly believe in having occasional unjurored opportunities that allow for community and conversation. International submissions are welcome! 

Due Date: May 19th
BACKYARD
Exhibition to run on May 31st, 2013
Submission Guidelines:
Image size: 72dpi at 1000px on the long side, save as a jpg.
Send name, title, location (where you captured the image), and link to your work (website or other). It makes it easier for us if you follow the example below EXACTLY.
Example:
Aline Smithson, The Red Rose, Los Angeles, CA http://www.alinesmithson.com
In the subject of your e-mail, type the name of the exhibition (example: CELL PHONE PHOTOGRAPHY) and e-mail to:
lenscratch2@gmail.com  (don't forget the "2")
If your images are sized incorrectly or the submission is incomplete, they will not be posted.

 
 
 

2013 LENSCRATCH CELL PHONE EXHIBITION

http://www.lenscratch.com/2013/04/2013-lenscratch-cell-phone-exhibition.html




LENSCRATCH is a blogzine that explores contemporary photography and offers opportunities for exposure and community.


Considered one of the 10 Photography-Related blogs you should be reading by Source Review, Wired.com, Rangefinder and InStyle Magazine.

Founded and Edited by
Editoral Assistants:
Sarah Stankey and Grant Gill


TATHATA MFA Juried Exhibition


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Look again at Uta Barth: 'to draw with light'

Look again at Uta Barth: 'to draw with light' 

SCAD Museum of Art 
601 Turner Blvd.
Thursday, April 25
5-5:30 p.m.

Take a deeper look at work by acclaimed conceptual photographer and 2012 MacArthur Fellow Uta Barth through a guided discussion led by Melissa Messina, senior curator for SCAD Exhibitions. 

Sign up 15 minutes before the talk. Limited to 40 guests. Free for all SCAD students, faculty, staff and museum members. Open to the public with cost of admissionto the museum. 

Learn more at the SCAD Museum of Art website.

Silver and Ink Schedule

Silver and Ink Events

Thursday, April 25, 7pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
On the Front Lines of the Human Condition- with Pulitzer Prize Photographer and Filmmaker David Turnley

Friday, April 26, 2013
Portfolio Reviews
9-11:20 am Bergen Hall
101 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Advanced registration is required.

1:00- 2:15pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Panel Discussion: Starting a Career in the Art World
Darren Ching co-owner of Klompching Gallery, creative director PDN
Theron Humphrey artist, SCAD alumnus (M.F.A., photography, 2007)
Denise Lira-Ratinoff artist, SCAD alumna (M.F.A., photography, 2008)
Harvey Robinson Lawrence Arts Center, non-profit arts organization, SCAD alumnus (B.F.A. 2004)
Monika Merva artist, SCAD alumna (M.F.A., photography, 1997)

2:30-3:45pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Panel Discussion: The Business of Photography
Jeffrey Moustache action sports photographer, SCAD alumnus (B.F.A., photography 2009)
Mary Britton Senseney food photographer and stylist, SCAD alumna (B.F.A., photography 2005)
Maggie Kennedy photography director Garden and Gun magazine
David Turnley Pulitzer prize winning documentary photographer and film maker

7pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Artist Talk: Laura Letinsky

Saturday, April 27, 2013
Portfolio Reviews
10am-12:20pm
101 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Advanced registration is required.

4pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Artist Talk: Keynote Speaker Mark Klett

6-8pm Silver and Ink Opening Reception
Gutstein Gallery, 201 E. Broughton St.
7-10pm SCAD M.F.A. Exhibition “Tathata”
Ashmore Gallery, 412 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.


Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Cruator's Talk about Uta Barth's Exhibition

Look again at Uta Barth: 'to draw with light'

SCAD Museum of Art
601 Turner Blvd.
Thursday, April 25
5-5:30 p.m.

Take a deeper look at work by acclaimed conceptual photographer and 2012 MacArthur Fellow Uta Barth through a guided discussion led by Melissa Messina, senior curator for SCAD Exhibitions.

Sign up 15 minutes before the talk. Limited to 30 guests. Free for all SCAD students, faculty, staff and museum members. Open to the public with cost of admission to the museum.

Learn more at the SCAD Museum of Art website.

Photographer's Forum 33rd ANNUAL SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST



Photographer's Forum Magazine
33rd ANNUAL SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
presented by Photographer's Forum Magazine and sponsored by SIGMA

2012 Best of Photography 2nd Place Image © DAVID C. NAMAKSY

FINAL ENTRY Date: MAY 13, 2013
Final entry fee is $5.95 per photo entered
(uploaded/postmarked on or before
end of day May 13, 2013 EST)

Open to All Amateur Photographers WorldwideEnter Online at: www.PFMagazine.com/photography-contest/
To Enter Prints or Slides by Mail Download Entry Form: www.PFMagazine.com/contest.pdf

PRIZES :: OVER $10,000 IN CASH & EQUIPMENT FIRST PLACE GRAND PRIZE — $2,000 cash award from Photographer's Forum plus...
• Sigma 35mm 1.4 DG HSM lens (MSRP $1,400)
• Anderson Ranch photo workshop ($2,000 value)
SECOND PLACE — $1,500 cash award from Photographer's Forum plus...
• Sigma 18-250mm lens (MSRP $800)
• CRU Tough Tech Duo handheld RAID storage device (MSRP $579)

THIRD PLACE — $1,000 cash award from Photographer's Forum plus...
• Manfrotto 055XPROB Pro tripod and 498RC2 head. (MSRP $468)
5 FOURTH PLACE — $125 cash awards
100 HONORABLE MENTIONS
All Honorable Mentions will be listed in the November 2013 issue of Photographer's Forum magazine and will receive a gold embossed certificate of outstanding merit from Photographer's Forum.

ENTRY GIFT: 2 FREE ISSUES OF PHOTOGRAPHER'S FORUM MAGAZINE $10 Value - Just for Entering!
(U.S. and Canada only)

WINNING PHOTOS PUBLISHED IN THE NOVEMBER 2013 ISSUE OF Photographer's FORUM MAGAZINE AND EXHIBITED AT BROOKS INSTITUTE GALLERY 27.
ALL CONTEST FINALISTS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK BEST OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2013.

Working Class Studio seeks interns for Summer, Fall 2013

Working Class Studio seeks interns for Summer, Fall 2013

To apply, send a résumé and three examples of your best work (JPG or PDF) to workingclass@scad.edu by Monday, May 6, specifying quarter of interest.

Join us in creating the next line of innovative home décor products and stationery to hit retailers worldwide.
  • Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA.
  • Undergraduate students must have completed at least 90 credit hours.
  • Graduate students must have completed at least 15 graduate credit hours (or must have passed the faculty preliminary review).

Call Julia Palomäki at 912.525.6995 or send an email for more information.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Silver and Ink Schedule


Silver and Ink Events

Thursday, April 25, 7pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
On the Front Lines of the Human Condition- with Pulitzer Prize Photographer and Filmmaker David Turnley

Friday, April 26, 2013
Portfolio Reviews
9-11:20 am Bergen Hall
101 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Advanced registration is required.

1:00- 2:15pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Panel Discussion: Starting a Career in the Art World
Darren Ching co-owner of Klompching Gallery, creative director PDN
Theron Humphrey artist, SCAD alumnus (M.F.A., photography, 2007)
Denise Lira-Ratinoff artist, SCAD alumna (M.F.A., photography, 2008)
Harvey Robinson Lawrence Arts Center, non-profit arts organization, SCAD alumnus (B.F.A. 2004)
Monika Merva artist, SCAD alumna (M.F.A., photography, 1997)

2:30-3:45pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Panel Discussion: The Business of Photography
Jeffrey Moustache action sports photographer, SCAD alumnus (B.F.A., photography 2009)
Squire Fox commercial photographer, SCAD alumnus (B.F.A., photography 1992)
Maggie Kennedy photography director Garden and Gun magazine
David Turnley Pulitzer prize winning documentary photographer and film maker

7pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Artist Talk: Laura Letinsky

Saturday, April 27, 2013
Portfolio Reviews
10am-12:20pm
101 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Advanced registration is required.

4pm SCAD Museum Auditorium
Artist Talk: Keynote Speaker Mark Klett

6-8pm Silver and Ink Opening Reception
Gutstein Gallery, 201 E. Broughton St.
7-10pm SCAD M.F.A. Exhibition “Tathata”
Ashmore Gallery, 412 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

New Class! PHOT 415 Photography Portfolio

New Class!

FALL 2013

Professor Tim Keating


PHOT 415 Photography Portfolio (prerequisite 319 Photo Seminar II)
We will waive the prerequisite for students that want to take the course. In addition the course may be substituted for PHOT 319. The course is a seminar course for students that want to build a commercial portfolio. It is cross listed with graduate students PHOT 716 Commercial Photography II, again a portfolio building course.

PHOT 415 Photography Portfolio
Photography students select work and develop portfolios that meet market standards of professional quality. This course provides comprehensive guidelines for the critique and evaluation of portfolios for commercial and other types of applications. Seminar type discussions address professional goals, business plans, marketing tools, and interviewing styles. Prerequisite(s): PHOT 319.

ELECTIVE PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS PHOT 314 Controlled Lighting II


ELECTIVE  PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS

Fall 2013

Professor Tim Keating

PHOT 314 Controlled Lighting II

Use new Hasselblad 4D cameras
Use Capture One software
Use Phase One medium format backs
Use Phocus software
Do on- location lighting
Conquer mixed source lighting
Control flash daylight synchro

Description:

This new elective photography lighting class will build on the basics introduced in Controlled Lighting I. An emphasis will be placed on advanced lighting controls as they apply to on-location and studio environments. Students will expand their skills with pro camera systems, industry standard capture software and post-production workflows. Exercises that explore techniques for using mixed light sources, portable studio equipment and available light will complement the creation of a final portfolio that will demonstrate the student's ability to control and manipulate light to achieve professional results.

Students will gain professional skills from being exposed to advanced camera systems and industry standard capture software.


Students will gain hands on professional post-production skills as they are applied in the work place.


Students will maintain a cohesive portfolio reflecting a personal aesthetic and a technical competence with controlled lighting.

Lens Culture Student Photgraphy Awards - Deadline April 22nd

 

Lens Culture Student Photography Awards


These awards are open to all students and recent photography school graduates, worldwide.

We aim to discover and promote talented, emerging photographers who have dedicated themselves to completing a formal education in pursuit of their careers.


Deadline for Submissions:
EXTENDED to April 22, 2013


We’re looking for exciting work from every continent, and from diverse points of view: documentary, fine art, staged / constructed, portrait, fashion, conceptual and photojournalism.

We will grant awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes in seven categories. Each of those winners will be presented in a special online exhibition via Lens Culture: “21 New & Emerging Talents”.

One winner will be awarded a grand prize of $1,000 cash.

Every entry will be viewed and judged by Jim Casper, the founder and editor of Lens Culture.

Lens Culture attracts more than 3 million enthusiastic visitors each year from countries around the globe — so the worldwide exposure can truly help to boost a career.


Submission Guidelines

Submit up to five photographic images that work well together as a group — thematically, aesthetically, as a story, or simply as a range of your photographic talent. Entry fee: $35.

Enter today!
Applicants must submit their entries online at: lensculture.slideroom.com. After you have uploaded your entries and information, you will be asked to pay your submission fee. Our online portal offers additional instruction for submitting work. For complete submission guidelines and rules, please see our FAQs and rules.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

silver and ink portfolio reviews

There are review slots left. This is the last week for anyone to sign up.

To sign up go to the instructions at the link below. 

http://scadphoto.blogspot.com/p/silver-and-ink-portfolio-review-sign-up.html


Thursday, April 11, 2013

Photograhy Lecture Tonight 8pm

Student Activity Council (SAC) presents photographer Dina Goldstein (http://www.dinagoldstein.com/).
 • Main lecture; Thursday 4/11; 8:00 p.m.; Museum of Art Auditorium

Photographer's Forum Magazine 33rd ANNUAL SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST


33rd ANNUAL SPRING PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST
presented by Photographer's Forum Magazine and sponsored by SIGMA
EARLY ENTRY Date: APRIL 15, 2013
Early entry fee is $4.95 per photo entered
(uploaded/postmarked on or before
end of day April 15, 2013 EST)
FINAL ENTRY Date: MAY 13, 2013
Final entry fee is $5.95 per photo entered
(uploaded/postmarked on or before
end of day May 13, 2013 EST)


Open to All Amateur Photographers WorldwideEnter Online at: www.PFMagazine.com/photography-contest/
To Enter Prints or Slides by Mail Download Entry Form: www.PFMagazine.com/contest.pdf

PRIZES :: OVER $10,000 IN CASH & EQUIPMENT
FIRST PLACE GRAND PRIZE
$2,000 cash award from Photographer’s Forum plus...
• Sigma 35mm 1.4 DG HSM lens (MSRP $1,400)
• Anderson Ranch photo workshop ($2,000 value)
SECOND PLACE
$1,500 cash award from Photographer’s Forum plus...
• Sigma 18-250mm lens (MSRP $800)
• CRU Tough Tech Duo handheld RAID storage device (MSRP $579)

THIRD PLACE
$1,000 cash award from Photographer’s Forum plus...
• Manfrotto 055XPROB Pro tripod and 498RC2 head. (MSRP $468)
FOURTH PLACE
Five $125 cash awards
100 HONORABLE MENTIONS
All Honorable Mentions will be listed in the November 2013 issue of Photographer’s Forum magazine and will receive a gold embossed certificate of outstanding merit from Photographer’s Forum.

ENTRY GIFT: 2 FREE ISSUES OF PHOTOGRAPHER'S FORUM MAGAZINE $10 Value - Just for Entering!
(U.S. and Canada only)

WINNING PHOTOS PUBLISHED IN THE NOVEMBER 2013 ISSUE OF PHOTOGRAPHER’S FORUM MAGAZINE AND EXHIBITED AT BROOKS INSTITUTE GALLERY 27.
ALL CONTEST FINALISTS WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK BEST OF PHOTOGRAPHY 2013.

Allison Barnes Exhibit


Paying Job This Weekend!

Hi there! I work with Curtis Brown (www.cbpdance.com), and we are in
need of a second shooter for a dance competition this weekend in
Savannah at the Civic Center. We aren't able to pay very much ($200
for the weekend), but it would provide a great opportunity for a young
photographer to gain experience with stage photography and improve
their timing skills. In addition, it would provide experience on the
sales side of photography, as we shoot, display, sell, and burn
on-site with an iPad system. If you have any students who might be
interested in this opportunity, please have them contact me at this
email address (mitch@mitchdanforth.com).


Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Liberty Mutual Insurance Design Challenge


Liberty Mutual Insurance Design Challenge
SCAD Collaborative Learning Center
Project Students will each develop a visual piece to create a special guest experience for
Description
Libery Mutual Insurance (LMI) during LMI’s Legends of Golf events (April 22-27). Students will present one work in the form of a 2D (painting, drawing, printmaking or photography), 3D or digital art highlighting an experience, culture or setting unique to Savannah.
Selection Distinctive Savannah setting, culture or experience 30 points
Criterion
Overall aesthetic delivery of artist’s vision 30 points
Linkage to corporate values or brand of LMI 20 points
Use of Lady Liberty (in respectful and dignified manner) 10 points Incorporation of golf element 5 points
Use of humor 5 points

Specification Dimensions up to 24”x28” (horizontal or vertical)
Options
3D works must not to exceed 3’ in height or width and 40 pounds in weight *Digital works must be emailed to mhkim@scad.edu in advance (April 13th, 8am)
Judges Liz Warwick (VP Meeting Management and Event Strategy, LMI) Nick Ciantra (VP of Creative Services, LMI)
Bill Hubbard (President, Chamber of Commerce, Savannah) Andy Fulp & Louis Baker (SCAD)
Logistics Start : Friday, April 12 at 9am End : Saturday, April 13 at 2pm
Location : Adler Hall (Kick-off and Mid-point Review), Museum (Final Presentation) Student 20-30 entries.
Participation
The Challenge will be open to all SCAD junior, senior, and graduate students and alums.
Awards 1st Prize : $1,000 2nd Prize : $750
3rd Prize : $500
All participants will receive complimentary tickets to attend LMI’s Lonestar concert on Friday, April 26th at the Westin Hotel.

Schedule Friday April 12th
4/12 – 9am-10am : Participant check-in (*All members of a team must be present with SCAD IDs) 4/12 – 10am-11am : Design Challenge Kick-Off / Adler Hall
4/12 – 11am-5:30pm : Student begin concepting, preliminary design & implementation (on own) 4/12 – 5:30pm-8:30pm : Mid-point Reviews / Adler Hall

*Each team will be assigned a 5 minute time slot
Saturday April 13th
4/13 – 10am-12:30pm : Final presentation / SCAD Museum of Art

*Each team will be assigned a 5 minute time slot
Presentations will take place in upstairs classrooms
4/13 – 12:30pm-1:30pm : Reception / Judges deliberate / SCAD MoA Lobby

Open to all Design Challenge competitors
4/13 – 1:30pm-2pm : Announcement of Winners / SCAD MoA Auditorium

* RESEARCH ABOUT LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE AND LEGENDS OF GOLF TOURNAMENT, AND CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PRIOR TO THE KICK-OFF PRESENTATION IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED.

SCAD MFA STUDENTS TO EXHIBIT PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THESIS WORK


SCAD MFA STUDENTS TO EXHIBIT PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THESIS WORK AT ASHMORE GALLERY
Opening Reception from at 7:00 – 10:00 pm, Saturday, April 27th
The Ashmore Gallery will be exhibiting the photographic works of SCAD MFA Photography candidates, for the week of April 25-30. Jurors Ellen Wallenstein from NYC and Scott Dietrich from Hong Kong, have selected twelve artists to exhibit some of the best work currently coming out of the SCAD Savannah and Atlanta photography
departments. An artist’s reception will be held at the gallery on Saturday, April 27th from
7:00 – 10:00 pm. Artists will be present and offering for sale signed edition prints from their photographic collection as well as signed copies of the an exhibition catalog, Tathata. The opening is free and open to the public.
For the first time photography students from the Savannah College of Art and Design are curating a group exhibition featuring MFA candidates who are soon to be graduating. The works on view will present an array of photographic processes including traditional silver gelatin, color inkjet prints, sculptural pieces and image projections.
When: Saturday, April 27th from 7:00 – 10:00 pm.
Where: Ashmore Gallery, 412 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Savannah, GA
Telephone: 912. 201. 9110
For more information or to arrange an interview with the artists, please email Ms. Jones at ashleymjones.photo@gmail.com or Lara Martino at mailto:lara@ashmoregallery.com.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Dina Goldstein

Student Activity Council (SAC) presents photographer Dina Goldstein (http://www.dinagoldstein.com/).
 • Main lecture; Thursday 4/11; 8:00 p.m.; Museum of Art Auditorium
   

Call for Entry

Middlebury, Vermont
Juried Photography Exhibitions and Publications
Upcoming Calls for Submissions:

THE EDGES OF NIGHT: DAWN AND DUSK
Deadline: April 15th
Juror: Sean Kernan
 
CITY STREETS | COUNTRY ROADS
Deadline: May 13th
Jurors: Rebecca Norris Webb and Alex Webb
 
LOOKING BACK: THE ART OF NOSTALGIA
Deadline: June 10th
Juror: Mary Ann Lynch

Additional Silver and Ink Portfolio Reviewer

David C. Turnley is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and filmmaker. He won his Pulitzer for his coverage of all the Revolutions in 1989, including the Fall of the Berlin Wall and Tiananmen Square in China.

He was a runner-up for the Pulitzer four other times. He has won the World press Picture of the Year twice, the prestigious Robert Capa Award for Courage, and four Overseas Press Club Awards.

He has covered many of the major news stories of the past thirty years, producing eight books out of these experiences including his latest, MANDELA: Struggle and Triumph. His first film, The Dalai Lama: At Home in Exile, produced by CNN, was awarded the 2001 Cine Golden Eagle and nominated for an Emmy. He was awarded Best Documentary at the Miami International Film Festival for his film La Tropical, shot in Cuba.

As a commercial director, he is represented by Furlined and recently directed a Nike Air Jordan commercial with Wieden + Kennedy. His Photographs are syndicated by Getty Images and Corbis.

David has a Bachelor's degree in French Literature from the University of Michigan, an Honorary Doctorate from the New School in New York, and did a Neiman Fellowship at Harvard.
He is fluent in French and Spanish. He lives in New York City.

http://www.davidcturnley.com/
http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/08/10/after-a-new-immigrants-killing-conflict-in-a-coal-town/
"Shenandoah" documentary film trailer http://vimeo.com/43903604

Friday, April 5, 2013

Uta Barth Reception

Although the lecture is cancelled the reception for the show is still happening
6:30 pm Friday at the SCAD MOMA

LECTURE CANCELLED


UTA BARTH’S LECTURE IS CANCELLED FOR TONIGHT.
Friday, April 5 

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