Saturday, May 26, is the opening for Mnemonic Archive and if you’re around Atlanta, you should definitely check it out. It’ll be an amazing show! My classmates, including myself, have worked very hard for this.
So come out and join us at APG Gallery, 7-10!
SEE YOU THERE!
It’s the hair that gets me.
Just Exhibited at Hagedorn Gallery. Some awesome work.
Maybe a little motivation for summer class creativity.
While we’re all sitting around for the summer (or getting ready to go back to school, or hopefully being productive in some way), we could at least learn a bit, right? This book was recommended at the Breaking Into the Biz seminar back in May and I found it in SCAD’s library. I’ll be honest, it’s a business book, but it’s easier to push yourself through than you’d think. There’s tons of excellent advice, personal stories from different photographers, and tons and tons of information about aspects of being a photographer that you might not have thought of. Licensing, copyrights, pricing, etc: all the things you want to think about instead of being by the pool. Click the photo to link to Amazon in case you’re not at SCAD for the summer. It’s only $15, and I would highly recommend having a copy to keep. Most of the information is stuff you’ll want to be able to consult later.
As you all may know, or not know, I’ve been home since school got out. I had to get my wisdom teeth out :// but, here’s a pretty picture of this beautiful place I’m from. I never truly appreciated it until I moved away. Now, I love going home. It’s like a new experience every time I return.
gotta love iPhone pics 🙂
I hope everyone is having a great summer!
Stumbled upon William Eckersley and Alexander Shields and their photo essay, US 80, and book, Left London, they made me think of your project, Mallory. There are quite a few images in US 80 that are in GA.