Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Great Camera Kit from an Alumn

 James Jackman is selling medium format digital kit, Pentax 645z

He would prefer to sell it at a discount to a student than on Ebay.


 

Senior Showcase Information and NEW EXTENDED Deadline

 


Senior Showcase Information and Deadline
Event: June 2, 7-9:30pm
Pae Ling Chan garden
322 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401
Seniors and families welcome
Photo slideshow and print exchange
Deadline to submit images for the senior show and print trade is MONDAY, MAY 30th @5pm  

SENIOR SHOWCASE SLIDESHOW AND PRINT TRADE

Please submit THREE image files to be juried for the senior showcase slideshow and one image file to be printed for the print trade. These drop folders are in the "RA-4 Drop Folder Link" located on the SCAD phot blog 

Details on how to submit as follows: 

Image files for slideshow: 

Create a folder with your first name, last name and student ID# (John_Smith_002221110) in the folder named "SENIOR SHOW HI-RES". Add three of the best images you created while at SCAD into your folder 

These files should be 300ppi, 11"x14" in size (or as close to these dimensions as your format allows) , 8bit, .JPEG file format, Adobe RGB (1998) Color Profile 

Image file for Print trade: 

Create a folder with your first name, last name and student ID# (John_Smith_002221110) in the folder named: "SENIOR SHOW 5X7 PRINTS"  

Your image size should by 5"x7" (or as close to these dimensions as your format allows) and please add a 1' white border around your 5x7" image. 

These files MUST be 300ppi, 8bit, .JPEG file format, Adobe RGB (1998) Color Profile 

Create 20 duplicates of this image within your personal print trade folder. (Your overall folder will contain 20 copies of the same image) 

Liza A. Gershman
Associate Chair of Photography
Savannah College of Art and Design

It's Graduation time... Let's celebrate!!!


 

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Thursday, May 12, 2022

Contest Theme: How will I use my photographic education to create a rewarding career for myself?

 

 

Fine Art Photo Contest

Sponsored by Innova Art Ltd. (USA)


 

Contest Theme:  How will I use my photographic education to create a rewarding career for myself?

Innova Art is a leading manufacturer of Fine Art and Photographic Print materials used for inkjet printing.  Photography can be used in some way in everyone’s professional and personal endeavors.  For this contest we want you to show us how you are thinking about your future and how photography will be part of it.  Will you be a photojournalist documenting conflict around the globe or maybe in your own hometown?  Maybe you are thinking of being an environmental activist recording damage to our ecosystems.  How about running an animal shelter and photographing the dogs and cats to help get them adopted?  Perhaps being an influencer on social media for a clothing line is more your thing.  What ever your aspirations are, we want to see photos that portray your dreams. 

Rules:

1.     Contest is open to SCAD students, faculty, and staff.

2.     Photos must be original work by the contestant.

3.     Photos must be printed and available for display by 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at Craig Stevens’ classroom.

4.     Photos can be any size and format but no bigger than 19” in the longest dimension.

5.     Photos must be accompanied by a statement showing photographer’s name, contact email (so we can notify you if you win), and what their career goal is after completing their education at SCAD and beyond.

6.     One entry per photographer.

7.     By entering contest, contestant agrees to allow photos of images and contestants to be included in social media posts by Innova Art and it’s employees.

Photos will be judged for creativity, inspiration, technique, and presentation.  Judging will be on the morning of May 17 by an Innova representative with 40 years of experience in the fine art and photographic paper business.

Prizes: 1st Prize Exhibition Cotton Gloss 13x19 Paper ($146 value)

                        2nd Prize Etching Cotton Rag 8.5x11 ($112 value)

3rd Prize Photo Cotton Rag 8.5x11 ($57 value)

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

A must see for all who are graduating: TODAY MAY 11th 2:30 or 5:30 pm Trustees

https://kckatalyst.com/about
 

About Kevin

“When I met Kevin, I saw a man who manages to preserve the wisdom of his inner child. This human ‘Katalyst’ is able to bring out of reality its magic and out of people its joy.”
Paulo Coelho, author and Alchemist

Kevin is an author + instigator of inspiration + creative catalyst. Kevin brings a playful curiosity, a keen understanding of human nature and a lifelong love of competition to all of his endeavors. Kevin is the author of four highly successful books published by ESPN, Disney Press, McGraw-Hill and A Kids Book About. Kevin has helped turn creative ideas into reality for organizations such as Nike, Starbucks, adidas, Walt Disney, Target, Proctor & Gamble, Columbia Sportswear, Mattel, the National Basketball Association and many others. Kevin was named by SUCCESS magazine as one of 19 “SEERS – changing the world!” Kevin believes that play is serious business!

 

B&H student capture contest!


 

• Become an EDU Advantage Member 

 • Submit your work to bheduadvantage@gmail.com 

• For video projects: provide a (YouTube/Vimeo) link 

• For photography projects: provide at least 5 samples of your work 

• Tell us about your project with a brief description in your submission email

Contest submissions open: Friday, May 6 - Monday, June 6


1st place prize of a $5000 Sony camera and lens kit.
Click the link below to view details and see how to submit:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/promotion/17088/sony-student-capture-contest.html

"Michael Hollender | Sony Artisan" | Instagram: @mrhollender

 


Thursday, April 28, 2022

Fall Fun Elective

Elective FALL 2022, TR 11-1:30

PHOT 323/756 The Contemporary Landscape/Conceptual Landscape 

TAKE IT for FUN

Questions contact rnolan@scad.edu


©Mark Klett




This course focuses on various philosophical, aesthetic and technical approaches to photographing the contemporary, human-altered landscape. Choice of materials and shooting is open to the student’s creative choices. Prerequisites PHOT 150, PHOT 220 may be waived email rnolan@scad.edu with questions. 

 

GeoLocation Project ©Larson Shindleman Collaborative Team 



Artists/Sites to consider: Mark Klett, Jason Lindsey, Larson Shindleman, Lens/cratch Earth Week, Laura McPhee, Myoung Ho Lee, New Landscape Blog, Jeff Brouws, Ashley Jones, John Ganis, Terri Warpinski

 

 

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

SCAD Photography Alumni talk at SCAD MOA

Join us at the SCAD MOA theater Tuesday, May 3, 2pm for a discussion with Assistant Curator Brittany Richmond about the ICONS Only Exhibition.

 


The following SCAD Photography alumni will make up the panel:

Alexandra Arnold (B.F.A., photography, 2014)
Colin Douglas Gray (B.F.A., photography, 2004)
Kelia Anne MacCluskey (B.F.A., photography, 2016)
Valheria Rocha (B.F.A., photography, 2017)
 
School of Fine Arts and Photography Gallery Talk SCAD MOA
 

 

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