RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 57
May 31, 2011  Author:   (2)

This photograph was taken by Marcy James.  

DAILY IMAGE
Alumni Friday: Forest Woodward
May 27, 2011  Author:  

If there is anyone out there who truly follows their bliss, it would certainly be Forest Woodward. Forest attended the Career Training program in 2005 and has been traveling the world & photographing ever since. Forest’s undeniable talent caught the eye of iStock and Getty Images in 2009 when he was selected as one of […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 56
May 26, 2011  Author:  

This photograph was taken by Marcy James.

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Photography Book Now: International Juried Competition
May 25, 2011  Author:  

Have you been working on a photography project and aren’t sure what to do with all of your images? Photo books are an amazing ways to organize and show your work, especially for large projects. Well, it’s time to get to work. One of my favorite photography competitions of the year, Blurb’s Photography Book Now, […]

RMSP NEWS
POLL: What Lectures and 2-Day Classes Would You Want?
May 24, 2011  Author:   (2)

As soon as one thing comes to an end at RMSP, you can guarantee that we are already planning for the following year. Right now we are brainstorming for two of our popular local programs;  the Free Evening Lecture Series and our 2-day PHOTOfocus classes. We want to hear what you have to say. Are […]

RMSP NEWS
Alumni Friday: Alexia Beckerling
May 20, 2011  Author:  

Alexia Beckerling made the trek from her home in South Africa to attend the Career Training program in 2005. After completing Career Training she went on to further her skills by obtaining a Masters Degree in photojournalism at the University of Montana. On the landing page of her website she states that she is a […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Let Color Guide You to Better B&W Images
May 19, 2011  Author:   (5)

I am learning how the techniques for making better B&W film photographs have direct application to my digital B&W images as well, which is a great way to retain the heritage of previous knowledge as technology changes.  Not surprising, though, since light is light regardless of the tools we use. For years I didn’t quite […]

EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 55
May 18, 2011  Author:   (3)

This photograph was taken by RMSP Office Manager, Cheri Ferguson.

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Artistic Perspectives on Process: Part IV with Marcy James
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Here it is! The final installment of Marcy James’ Artistic Perspectives on Process lecture. If you missed Part I, Part II or Part III, you should definitely check them out. They are very inspiring.

INSPIRATION
Alumni Friday: Jami Saunders
May 13, 2011  Author:  

Jami Saunders attended the Summer Intensive program in 2003. She was the type of student whose creativity and perspective inspired her fellow students and the staff. She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York and photographs people. This includes weddings, kids, families, fashion, travel and more. Her images are stunning and have been featured in publications […]

STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
RMSP 365 Day Project: Day 53
May 12, 2011  Author:   (3)

The first in a lifetime of sand castles.

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Artistic Perspectives on Process: Part III with Marcy James
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Watch the third part of Marcy’s Artistic Perspectives on Process lecture. Watch Part I or Part II of Marcy’s lecture.  

INSPIRATION
Alternate Perspective On April Assignment
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Barry Grivett is a regular contributor to our monthly assignments. His images are usually accompanied by a note about the assignment and his experience through the process. My favorite notes from Barry are the ones regarding an assignment which he admits is outside his normal realm of photography,  but feels invigorated by the challenge it […]

ASSIGNMENTS
Parenthood – May’s Assignment
May 10, 2011  Author:   (2)

This month’s assignment is inspired by Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. Exploring the concept of parenthood photographically seemed to be an appropriate assignment for this time between the two holidays. The relationship of parent and child is a unique one and changes from species to species. How do you represent such a complex relationship in […]

ASSIGNMENTS