The NIK collection, killed off by Google, has been resurrected, both in it’s previous form, and as integrated into new software.
The ImageMakers Steering Committee, along with Brian Taylor and Rick Murai, (in their capacities with the CPA) have made the following selections from your submissions for the forthcoming ImageMakers show at the CPA.
The show runs from Feb 25 – April 2, 2017.
Please use a traditional frame, not larger than 24″ on any size, and plexiglass glazing (NOT glass!) is required. Gallery wrapped canvas is acceptable without a frame or glazing.
The final finished product must be 24″ or smaller on the longest side. The CPA reserves the right to disqualify any final image whose print quality does not match what we judged.
Images must be ready to hang. Delivery date has not been specified yet, but I would assume NOT EARLIER than 10 days before the show, and delivered between Feb 15 – 23.
Additional information, if any, will be found on our blog, as will this email.
I will try to answer any questions, but the final determination will lie in the hands of the Directors of the CPA, not me.
I can say this up front: no – you may not substitute another image.
ONE LAST THING – the exhibition catalog.
Please make and upload a jpg of your selected image for the exhibition’s catalog.
The specifics required for submission to the exhibition catalog, as stated by the CPA:
7″ long side @ 300PPI – SRGB color space (2100 pixels)
Include: artist name, title, date, medium, sales price. Dimensions are not necessary.
All images MUST be titled – no untitled.
And all caption data will be printed >as submitted< so have everyone PROOF READ their info.
Please get these catalog images and label info to me no later than January 13th, 2017.
Thanks to one and all for participating. Having seen all these images several times now, I can say with certainty that our 2017 show will be really interesting.
on behalf of the ImageMakers and the Center for Photographic Art
aiu 2 – gypsy stallion
bthomas 1 – flowers
chester 2 – Eagle hunter’s daughter
J. Messer 3
jacqui turner 6
parkman 6 – lighthouse
wei chang 2
I realize this isn’t strictly photographic, but it still applies to most every one of us – using the internet to store and retrieve information (passwords etc) securely.
Though I’d share my solution. Here’s the link to my blog article:
Our annual Xmas dinner will begin at 4PM on Sunday, December 13, at the Bayonet/Blackhorse Restaurant on the former Ft. Ord.
Here are directions and a map.
See you all there!
- Take Hwy 1 North (North of Carmel, Monterey, Sand City and Seaside).
- Take the Light Fighter Drive exit.
- At the third stop light turn right onto General Jim Moore Blvd (formerly known as NORTH SOUTH ROAD).
- Travel on General Jim Moore Blvd for approximately 2 miles. On the right-hand side you will see the main entrance for Bayonet and Blackhorse. (The courses are adjacent to each other and share the same clubhouse).
- Take a right on McClure Way (the entrance to the golf courses).
- Proceed to the parking lot and enjoy your round of golf!
Congratulations to the following ImageMakers whose images were selected for a show juried by Robert Hirsch:
20% of the images in the 2015 CPA JE are from Imagemakers members
Nice work, folks !
Well, Affinity Photo is out of development after nearly 5 years of development, and like the award-winning replacement for Illustrator, Affinity Designer, Photo was worth the wait.
Layers; export to PS; vector objects; compatible with PS plug-ins…
Once. Not monthly or yearly. Once.
I’ve been playing with it a bit, and when things settle down, I’ll be playing a lot more. This is a case where for $40, you’re getting $400 worth of software quality, IMHO.
If you’re a Mac user, and a PhotoShop user, I can’t imaging you’d not want this in your toolbox.
“Ashleigh” – a show featuring images of Dixie’s granddaughter, a beautiful and rising star in the ballet world, will run July 3 thru August 27 at the Pacific Grove Art Center.
Dixie Dixon, Jerry Ginsburg, Chester Ng, Bob Sadler, Jacqui Turner, Jack Wasserbach and Steve Zmak are the photographers.
The opening is this Friday, July 3, from 7 to 9 PM.
Hope to see you there!
Annual Birthday Bash!!
Honorees: Richard Garrod, Jack Wasserbach, Steve Mortenson, Fernando
Batista & Brian Taylor
Wednesday, June 10th at Point Lobos.
Meet around 9am at Weston Beach to photograph for approximately 2 hours
Lunch at 11 at the Bird Island picnic area
Please bring a dish to pass
We will provide subs, cake & drinks
Hope you can make it!
… the April ImageMakers meeting is our annual image swap. Please bring a matted print if you’d like to participate.