Posts Tagged ‘blogging’

Promoting Yourself

I recently found this video about how to create the best mailing list for you and some ways that you can promote yourself. I definitely found this to be very helpful for myself since I will be graduating from college within the year. This video should definitely be looked at by artists who are having a little trouble getting their name out there.


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Everyone please take a moment to read and sign this petition! This petition is to help save the education that students are receiving at the schools that are being affected by the EDMC scandal. More and more teachers, advisors, and others are being laid off because these schools claim there is a shortage of funds and yet they keep raising the tuition each year. So please sign and share this petition!

Also, if you haven’t heard much about this here is a link to an article about the EDMC scandal:


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I finally got to finish my website and get it up and running! Come check it out and tell me what you think!!!

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So this article that i just read helped put things into perspective for my work when I graduate. If you are preparing to graduate I suggest you read this article because it’s helping me figure out what I might do after graduation.


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Here’s a neat way to create a day for night image in Photoshop. I’ll have to try it out and show the results.

Digital Composition DIY

Difficulty: Easy

I’ve been taking a ton of photographs lately, but I’ve had some trouble capturing my subjects at night. Something I’ve wanted to look into is day for night photography. There is an easy way to do this on-site with different aperture settings and screens, but maybe you forgot your equipment that day, or maybe you can’t do that with your camera, or maybe you just think your subject is more interesting at night, and all you have is daytime pictures.

Here is a photo I took in the middle of the day. For your image, there will be a few things you will need to be wary of right off the bat. Try to avoid highlights, as this is very difficult to mask over. The sky is difficult to mask, but not impossible, though the original photo should be white balanced and exposed correctly. Overexposure is especially hard…

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Dreams can come true

This some of the progress I have made with my photograph from Heinz Hall.

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So I’m new to the blogging world but I just wanted to tell you a little bit about what I do. I am currently in my last year of schooling for photography, and when I graduate I want to get a job as an advertising photographer. I always try to keep things fun and simple in my photographs and very relate-able to the public. I believe that people should be able to see themselves in the events that are taking place in the photograph. I also believe that the people in the photographs shouldn’t look like they’re dying or bored with what they’re doing. People should have actual expressions on their face.

I guess that’s all I have to say for now… Expect to see upcoming projects being put up soon 🙂

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