With on demand printing more and more people are creating their own photography books. July 14th is the deadline for Blurb’s Photography Book Now, one of the largest international competitions for self-published photography books. I recently had the opportunity to interview Lead Juror Darius Himes about the competition and his own love of photography books. […]
If you have seen our 2011 catalog than you are familiar with this week’s alumni, Athena Lonsdale. Athena attended Summer Intensive in 2002. We love her images so much we not only chose one for the 2011 cover but we used as many as we could other parts of the catalog and on the website. […]
Last week the Lytro Camera was announced. This camera introduces a revolutionary sensor technology that gives photographers the ability capture the “light field” in a scene and focus after the fact. This, of course, is in the place of the current sensor technology which only allows you to capture the scene based on the focus […]
We love when alumni come back to visit. A couple of weeks ago, Alison Behr dropped in, a graduate of Summer Intensive 2004 . She didn’t come by herself, however. Alison was accompanied by a group of her high school students from the Pacific Rim School in Carlsbad, California. Alison teaches the school’s Digital Photography […]
After posting the 60 second assignment I decided to playing around with ghosting. Its was pretty challenging. I like this one the best and still wasn’t completely in love with it. Looks like I’ll be spending the next couple of weeks running in and out of my images.
What can happen in a minute? That’s what I want photographers to explore in this month’s assignment. The only requirement is that the exposure have a shutter speed of 60 seconds. The subject matter can be anything from streams to fireworks, people to inanimate objects, so long as as you leave your shutter open for […]