Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Portfolio Prints

I recently printed a lot of work from my "4 a.m." series to take with me to Colorado when I head out there for the opening of the "Night" exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography. I'm not bringing all of these prints, but I wanted to print some of them just to see how they looked. Here are some 11" x 17" prints of some older and some newer 4 a.m. work:

Fine tuning a print.

I've never had a formal critique of this series, so I'm excited to be able to meet with the gallery director to get some of her feedback.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Delivering Pieces for a "Summer Celebration" at the Anderson Center

I made a trip down to Red Wing today to drop 5 pieces off at the Anderson Center for an upcoming event.

The tower at the Anderson Center.

The house I stayed in as part of my residency 10 years ago. My bedroom was the upper left window.

I Instagrammed these photos with the caption "Spent the morning in Red Wing with my boys.
We had to deliver some artwork of mine for an upcoming exhibition at the Anderson Center. (I was
an artist-in-residence there 10 years ago.) The Center's director let the boys feed the baby turtle!
We also played at an awesome park, watched big tugboats go up the Mississippi, and ate pizza."

The director Chris contacted me and asked me to show some of my "4 a.m." work at their summer celebration. Here are a few snapshots from their big flyer about the event next month:

My boys and I hope to make the trip back for the event. They loved running around on the expansive grounds at the Anderson Center.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Camera Cookie Cutters

Need an over-priced set of $18 cookie cutters for that baker/photographer/hipster in your life? Then check these out:

A rangerfinder, twin-lens reflex, and SLR? Adorbs. Purchase them here.

Sunday, June 05, 2016

"Looking Up" in Easton with an iPhone

Just 3 shots from Easton, MN this morning. Population 199.

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

Near the beginning of this past semester, I came across this handy guide from Hamburger Fotospots that shows aperture, shutter speed, and ISO issues:

Click image to enlarge

It'd be great if it would show how they RELATE, but this is still a handy, quick, visual guide for intro students.

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