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We are still weeding through images to potentially go into our portfolio.  Here are a few more hopefuls.

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This year has been B U S Y!! But in a good way!  I am happy to announce that in less than 6 months I will have completed the Commercial Photography Program at Gwinnett Technical College!! WHEW! At the moment we are narrowing down images for our portfolio.  This process is intense, but such an amazing learning experience.  Below are a few images that were chosen from the first round review.  I would love your feedback and/or comments about any or all of the images.

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During the Photojournalism Seminar, photographer John Kaplan shared a documentary he did on his journey through Cancer. It’s definitely a video worth watching and sharing with everyone you know! We all know someone or may have lost someone to cancer! Watch the trailer and order your free copy of the film from the website http://www.notasipictured.org

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In a few more days, the seminar I’ve been waiting for will begin!!  The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar 2010 will be held on December 3-4 at the Atlanta Marriott Perimeter Center!! I know at least two of the recent graduates of Gwinnett Technical Colleges Commercial Photography program have entered the contest.  Good luck Amanda Gardner and Damian AhChing!!  I can’t wait to hear how it goes!


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Here’s another photographer that I came across on TumblrJose Orsini‘s blog is full of articles, reviews and relevant information that caught my eye.  I have read some of his stuff and looked at the images he posted as well as followed his link to check out his flickr photos.  Some of his work is shown below.

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The time is getting closer for the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar being held December 3-4.  I am getting more and more excited about going to hear these world famous photojournalists.  I have been looking at many of the works of the people coming and one that I had to share is Barbara Kinney.  Her work has been published on the covers of TIME, Newsweek and People magazines.  I love the work that she’s done with various non-profit organizations as well.  I would love to be able to touch as many lives with photography as she has.

Image by Barbara Kinney

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In our photojournalism class we have been talking about how to use fill flash to light our subjects.  As many of us try and try to effectively light our subjects, it is definitely more difficult than we expected.  I recently came across this article of how to use fill flash effectively.  Read article

Without Flash

With Fill Flash

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