6 August, 2020 16:05

Course: Intermediate Photography
https://youtu.be/8eT65umJJcI
Section Number: ART206-01
Registration Code: 621675
Schedule: 08/24/20 – 12/11/20
MW 11:45am – 2:55pm
Instructor: Lamia Khorshid
Contact: Lkhorshid@swccd.edu

Description:
Fee: $15. Grade only. [Prerequisite: ART 205 or equivalent] Focuses on creative assignments in a variety of photographic styles. Includes intermediate techniques of exposure control, high dynamic range, digital photographic aesthetics, digital workflow, medium and large format cameras, and electronic flash. Assignments are in color and grayscale. Requires an adjustable camera with manual exposure mode. A digital SLR is recommended.

Best,

Lamia Khorshid
Part-Time Faculty
Photography & Digital Imaging
Southwestern College

5 August, 2020 23:08

OPEN CLASSES: Fall 2020 | Virtual lecture and demos | access to equipment- camera, lenses, lighting kits and Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom available | No Prerequisite | ENROLL NOW!

Open

ART-205-01 (Reg Code: 624498) BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Remote

08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Lecture MW 08:15AM – 09:05AM, Room 52-101 Laboratory MW 09:15AM – 11:25AM, Room 52-101 – Meets Remotely

R. Walker

8 / 22 / 0

3.00

Open

ART-205-02 (Reg Code: 624496) BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Remote

08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Lecture TTH 08:15AM – 09:05AM, Room 52-101 Laboratory TTH 09:15AM – 11:25AM, Room 52-101 – Meets Remotely

M. Truitt

6 / 22 / 0

3.00

Open

ART-205-03 (Reg Code: 624499) BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Remote

08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Laboratory MW 11:45AM – 01:55PM, Room 52-103 Lecture MW 02:00PM – 02:55PM, Room 52-103 – Meets Remotely

C. Moore

12 / 22 / 0

3.00

Open

ART-205-04 (Reg Code: 624500) BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Remote

08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Lecture TTH 11:45AM – 12:35PM, Room 52-101 Laboratory TTH 12:45PM – 02:50PM, Room 52-101 – Meets Remotely

C. Ferreria

10 / 22 / 0

3.00

Open

ART-206-01 (Reg Code: 621675) INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY

Remote

08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Lecture MW 11:45AM – 12:35PM, Room 52-104 Laboratory MW 12:45PM – 02:55PM, Room 52-104 – Meets Remotely

L. Khorshid

19 / 22 / 0

3.00

Open

ART-216-01 (Reg Code: 624507) ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY

Remote

08/24/2020-12/11/2020 Lecture MW 11:45AM – 12:35PM, Room 52-101 Laboratory MW 12:45PM – 02:55PM, Room 52-101 – Meets Remotely

J. Pickelle

14 / 25 / 0

3.00

5 August, 2020 22:12

SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALTERNATIVES https://youtu.be/rauCdfjckHM
Explores alternative processes and techniques in photography. Emphasizes chemical-based processes including liquid emulsions such as cyanotypes and Liquid Light, as well as other techniques. Introduces alternative applications of technology in photography, including xerographic, digitally created negatives, and the merging of digital and chemical techniques.

Section Number: ART-212A-01
Reg Code: 628524
Enrollment: $138 (3 units)
Materials: $25+
Start date: Aug 24
Instructor: R.JAVIER
Contact: rjavier@swccd.edu

Interested in learning about photographic alternative processes?

FALL 2020 – Enroll Today!

Southwestern College – Enroll Here

PHOTOGRAPHIC ALTERNATIVES

PHOTOGRAPHIC ALTERNATIVES – STARTS AUG 27

Explores alternative processes and techniques in photography. Emphasizes chemical-based processes including liquid emulsions such as cyanotypes and Liquid Light, as well as other techniques. Introduces alternative applications of technology in photography, including xerographic, digitally created negatives, and the merging of digital and chemical techniques. Teaching Assistant: Shirin Towfiq

Section Number: ART-212A-01

Reg Code: 628524

Enrollment: $138 (3 units)

Materials: $25+

Start date: Aug 24

Instructor: R.JAVIER

Contact: rjavier

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Open classes | Fall 2020

OPEN CLASS: Fall 2020 | Virtual lecture and demos | access to equipment- camera, lenses, lighting kits and Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom available | questions? Contact John at jpickelle@swccd.edu.

Art207: Prerequisite Art205

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john pickelle
professor of photography and digital imaging
chair of visual arts
southwestern college | p: 619 421 6700 x5604

Open Classes | Fall 2020

OPEN CLASSES: Fall 2020 | Virtual lecture and demos | access to equipment- camera, lenses, lighting kits and Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom available | questions? Contact John at jpickelle@swccd.edu.

Art207: Prerequisite Art205

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Art 138 : Prerequisite Art192

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Art 205: NO prerequisite

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john pickelle
professor of photography and digital imaging
chair of visual arts
southwestern college | p: 619 421 6700 x5604

APA | SD: Summer 2020 Newsletter

[APA | San Diego]

Summer 2020
Newsletter

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[http://d31hzlhk6di2h5.cloudfront.net/20200714/64/bf/b3/ca/bf71dc497a6dbd9f5a8058ab_1220x814.jpg] 2020 Winner 3rd Place Travel/Landscape © Tracy + David

2020 APA Awards – Call for Entries.

Our annual competition is open to all photographers at every level, worldwide — everyone from emerging photographers to established professionals. Our Judges will select 43 APA Award Winners this year.
APA members save on each entry. APA Leader level members save over 35% on each image.
Now is a great time to join APA : enter enough images and your first year of membership can be free.
Like to upgrade? Please email: membershiprep@apanational.org

Enter Now

THE APA AWARDS is one of the most respected photo contests in the world. Enter just one image and you could walk away with thousands of dollars worth of prizes! Enter as many images as you like and increase your chances even more.

Winners will receive a connection to people who can hire you, and there’s more:

* A selection of winners will be included in a promotional mailing and sent to select art buyers and photo editors across the country.

* An acclaimed panel of Judges will be viewing your work.

* AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST: FEEL GOOD ABOUT IT – proceeds help advance APA’s core mission of protecting photographers’ rights so you can feel good about entering.

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THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S EYE: A CREATIVE COLLECTIVE The Collective: Home July 11th – September 12th, 2020

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Museum of Photographic Arts Exhibitions
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Los Angeles Center of Photography

Santa Fe Workshops

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OPEN SHOW #17 on August 6, 2020 at MOPA
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MEET.

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Meet Photographer and APASD member, Marc Morrison. Who are some of your favorites that you’re following on Instagram? Wow pick the top 5 — that’s a tough one but here it goes
@shayanhathaway – site for photographer Shayan Asgharnia his unique photographic eye and many topics that make you think🤙🏼

@yeserodrigueztx – site for an amazing aerial/drone pilot/shooter – did I mention that she is my better half?

@ramonarosales – site for super talented celebrity portrait photographer

@aphotoeditor – site where Rob Haggart assists in keeping all of us visual artists relevant

@strayrescuestl – site for St. Louis Animal Rescue. Really I have no ties to St.L but I’m passionate about animal rescue and what they are able to accomplish on such a grass roots level is nothing short of lifesaving! What do you listen to when you’re shooting?
Another impossible question as this is a never ending list. Honestly it truly depends on who I’m shooting and where we are. Right now if I had my choice I would be spinning the new Run The Jewels – RTJ4 while mixing in Rage Against The Machine’s live record. When I’m shooting a musical artist I always touch base with their management to find out what they are currently listening to and go from there. Who were your biggest influencers?
Albert Watson, Richard Avedon, Gordon Parks, Annie Leibovitz, Herman Leonard, Jim Marshall, Pennie Smith, Mary Ellen Mark, Les Stone, James Nachtwey and most importantly my mother who always had a camera with her and is responsible for my early interest in photography and the arts. What was the best piece of advice you were given starting out?
The best piece of advice I ever received was “You want to be a photographer? Ha! Forget about it there are already too many and you will never make it”. I was in university for photoj and working part time selling stereos. I made it my business to know the names of most of the photojournalists and commercial photographers in the city where I lived at the time (I’ll only say it was in Texas).

As it happens photographers love their quality stereos so I found my self face to face with a bunch of the local photographers. I can honestly say that knowing most of them was almost enough for me to change my career path.

To read more about Marc Morrison visit our website.
To view more of Marc’s work you can follow along here.

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18 May, 2020 19:40

Hi instructors,Can you kindly remind your students that we are doing 2 more equipment return events this week. Last Friday, we got 13 students to return equipment which was a good start. However, I believe we still have quite a few items that need to be returned. Please forward the message below to students.

There will be 2 more opportunities to return your borrowed equipment to SWC.

5/19 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

5/21 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Before You Arrive:

Make a sign to place in your front passenger side window. On it, write the following:

Full name, Student ID#, Class (example: Art 205)

Place the equipment in your trunk. If you don’t have a trunk, place it in a rear area of the vehicle.

Location & Directions:

  1. Enter SWC Chula Vista Campus from Otay Lakes Road onto Elmhurst.
  2. Follow the arrows into Parking Lot A. The Drop-Off area will be in the middle row of the solar panels.
  3. At the Drop-Off area, stay in your vehicle. Unlock or pop the trunk. A Photo Department member will remove the equipment.
  4. We will record the equipment returned along with the info on your sign.
  5. Please understand that we won’t take the time to talk to anyone.
  6. Follow the arrows to leave campus on Gotham street.

Later, you will receive an email about confirmation of the returned equipment. Any questions on the condition of the equipment will be in the email. We are practicing social distancing and limiting all contact with other people. Thank you for your understanding. Questions about the return process can go mtruitt. Questions about equipment can go to chill.

Additional Information:

There may be a line of cars entering the campus. Please be patient as we try to move the line as quickly as possible.

Please keep your windows up when approaching the Drop-off area.

SWC employees will be managing the return equipment process. They will be using Personal Protection Equipment including mask and gloves when obtaining equipment from the vehicle. We will only be touching the outside of the vehicle to open a trunk door or rear door if needed. We will only be touching Photography equipment when reaching into the vehicle.

We will not be socializing with people in the vehicle in order to keep in line with social distancing protocols.

Please understand that students are still not allowed outside of their vehicles on the SWC campus except for within the bus stop waiting area.

If you can only come to campus by bus, please email Micajah Truitt a mtruitt. We will contact you and set a more exact day and time to expect you. That way, we can look for you at the bus stop.

Any questions or comments can be sent to the emails provided. Thank you for your patience and understanding.