Photographer Catherine Karnow shares tips on how to create successful photographs in a variety of light situations, highlighting her own experiences with this gallery of photos taken while traveling or on assignment.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Presented by Honfleur Gallery with funding from the Gautier Family
The first Annual East of the River Distinguished Artist Award recognizes a current East of the Anacostia River artist for artistic excellence as well as significant impact on the DC cultural life.
One EOR artist is honored with this $5,000 award each year.
Nominations for 2012’s East of the River Distinguished Artist Award are due by June 15, 2012.
Who is eligible?
Artists who currently live East of the Anacostia River neighborhoods in all disciplines—including dance, film, literature, music, theater, photography and visual arts—whose careers have made a substantial impact on the arts in the District of Columbia may apply. Artists must have lived East of Anacostia River for at least one year and worked in District of Columbia for more than five years. No one may receive the award more than once. No posthumous awards will be made. Application must include at least two pieces of work that have been completed or are in progress from the current year of application.
Read more about the contest via East of the River Distinguished Artist Award : East City Art.
When you first start out in landscape photography, observing a few of the classic conventions can really make a difference to the kind of results you get. Just knowing how to adjust aperture so you get maximum depth of field in an image is a big help, as is understanding some of the classic theories of composition.
But here’s the thing: if you rigidly apply these rules of landscape photography to every single shot you take, your images will soon look very samey and formulaic. It’s a balancing act between convention and experimentation, and to help you make the best creative decisions we’ve put together what we believe are the 10 Commandments of Landscape Photography – and a helpful guide for knowing when to break them.
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The members of our club gathered at the Salon Studios to take photos of models. It was a great night of photogaphing. Here are a few shots that Deborah Crain-Kemp took during the shoot.
Today we wish Mr. Reuben V. Burrell, Hampton University’s photographer for more than 60 years, a Happy 93rd Birthday! On Saturday the Hampton University Museum celebrated his birthday with the release of “One Shot A Selection of Photographs By Reuben V. Burrell.”
To purchase your copy visit the Hampton University Museum or call 757-727-5308.