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TPS Contact Sheet - Texas Photographic Society

TPS Contact Sheet

Workshop Instructor

Images

© Bob Howen

HDR Concepts

© Kirk Tuck, oic

Minimalist Lighting

© Lance Keimig

Digital Night Photography

© Sean Perry

Fine Art Black & White

The Bi-Monthly Publication of the Texas Photographic Society www.texasphoto.org Vol 29 No 4

PHOTOTexas in Austin

Collector's fine print, auction, workshops and gallery shows.

PHOTOTexas XV, the photographic weekend will be held

September 11–13 in Austin, Texas. The weekend's events

will commense with the Auction XV Party, on September

11th from 6:00pm-8:15pm at the Davis Gallery, 837 W 12th

Street. Bill Davis has graciously turned one of Austin’s

premier galleries over to TPS for the auction every year

since 1999. Over 80 framed photographs by some of the

US’s foremost photographers may be viewed beginning

September 8th. Silent bidding will continue until 8:15pm

Friday. A Live Auction of a few select images will take place

at 7:15pm. The auction is TPS’s major fund raising event

and serves as vital support for TPS programming. An Auction

catalogue will be mailed to all TPS members and will

be available on the TPS website www.texasphoto.org.

TPS will again sponsor a raffle of fabulous photographic

items, including equipment, photos, Santa Fe Workshops

tuition and much more. Raffle tickets begin at $5 each and

may be purchased directly from TPS. You may buy a single

ticket for one item, multiple tickets for one item, or a number

of tickets for any or all items. A list of Raffle items will be on

the TPS website and included in the Auction Catalog.

TPS 18: The International Competition will open on Friday

at the Kirchman Gallery in Johnson City, Texas. An artist

reception will be held Saturday from 5:00pm-8:00pm.

A diversified selection of workshops will be held in the

Journalism Department at the University of Texas at Austin.

A brief description of courses and the instructors follows,

with more information found on the TPS website www.

texasphoto.org.

01. Lance Keimig – Pembroke, MA

Digital Night Photography

Sat & Sun: Two-day 4:30p-12:30a

We will explore the world of Night Photography, with digital

SLR cameras, with existing ambient lighting, as well as

utilizing light painting techniques. The class will be roughly

25% lecture and presentations, 50% shooting on location,

and 25% critique and evaluation. Classes will run late.

Each participant in this workshop will receive a 24 page

full color syllabus with information about Night Photography

exposures, equipment, light painting, astronomical

information as it pertains to Night Photography, interviews

and articles. The syllabus is customized for this specific

workshop.

Lance Keimig is best known for night photography of the

built environment. His Night Photography book will be

published by Focal Press in 2010. Keimig is the curator of

Darkness, Darkness, a traveling exhibit of Night Photography

and of the Three Columns Gallery at Harvard University.

Keimig leads workshops in California, Texas, Massachusetts,

Ireland, and Scotland. Keimig founded the Mono

Lake Photo Workshops in California, and is also cofounder

of The Nocturnes Night Photography Workshops in San

Francisco. Website: www.thenightskye.com.

Tuition: $ 235 Class limit: 14

02. Susan Burnstine – Los Angeles, CA

Visual Narratives

Two-day: Sat & Sun 8:30a-4:30p

Workshops 26 – PHOTOTexas in Austin

This hands on workshop focuses

on exploring individual narratives

through the power of

photography. Using metaphor,

symbolism and personal stories,

participants articulate or

refine their visions. Our images

are deeply rooted in personal

emotion despite being self-created

or found scenarios. The

© Susan Burnstine

goal is for the artist to become

emotionally connected to each image and to convey their

vision in a true, honest and consistent manner.

Participants will explore their own personal narratives, aesthetics

and psychology in image making. Through practical

demonstrations, creative exercises, group discussions, brief

shooting assignments and portfolio reviews, participants

are encouraged and inspired to grow to the next plateau.

Additional discussions will include, long term project

development, techniques, editing portfolios, marketing,

publishing and exhibition.

Susan Burnstine is an award winning fine art and commercial

photographer. Susan is represented in galleries across

the country and widely published throughout the world.

She was nominated for the 2009 Santa Fe Prize for Photography

and is winner of numerous awards including B&W

Magazine’s 2008 Portfolio Spotlight Award. Website: www.

susanburnstine.com.

Tuition: $ 220 Class limit: 14


Sat, September 12 – AM Sat, September 12 – PM Sun, September 13 – AM Sun, September 13 – PM

01. Lance Keimig: Night Photography 01. Lance Keimig: Night Photography

02. Susan Burnstine: Visual Narratives 02. Susan Burnstine: Visual Narratives 02. Susan Burnstine: Visual Narratives 02. Susan Burnstine: Visual Narratives

03. Howen & Gay: HDR Concepts 03. Howen & Gay: HDR Concepts 07. Scott Martin: Lightroom 07. Scott Martin: Lightroom

04. Paul Vaughn: Basic Web Design 04. Paul Vaughn: Basic Web Design 08. Kirk Tuck: Minimalist Lighting 08. Kirk Tuck: Minimalist Lighting

© Amy Holmes George

Digital Negatives

05. Susan Hayre Thelwell: Book Pub'l 06. Tammy C-Campbell: Social Media 09. Amy H George: Digital Negatives 10. Kennedy & King: Inkjet Printing

11. Sean Perry: Fine Art Black & White


Texas Photographic Society Officers – 2009

President, D. Clarke Evans, San Antonio

Fine art photographer

Vice President, Yam Tolan, Austin

Photographer & educator

Vice President, Tammy Cromer-Campbell

Longview, Fine art & commercial photographer

Treasurer, Amanda Stahl, Johnson City

Certified Public Accountant

Secretary, Pat Brown, Austin

Fine art photographer

Member Of The Executive Committee

Jean Caslin, Houston

Partner, Caslin Gregory & Associates

Members Of The Board

E. Lynn Baldwin, Houston

Commercial & art photographer

Kenny Braun, Austin

Commercial photographer

Scott C. Campbell, Longview

Fine art & commercial photographer

Kay J. Denton, Austin

Fine art photographer

David H. Gibson, Dallas

Fine art photographer

Steve Goff, Odessa

Head of Photography Department,

Odessa College

Lem Johnson, Austin

Website developer

O. Rufus Lovett, Longview

Instructor of Photography, Kilgore College

Scott Martin, San Antonio

Owner, Onsight, a digital imaging consulting firm

& fine art photographer

Michael O’Brien, Austin

Editorial & fine art photographer

Richard Orton, Nacogdoches

Fine art photographer

Jody Richardson, Austin

Attorney, Partner, Brown McCarroll, LLP

Glynda Hatfield Rose, Austin

Fine art photographer

Trish Simonite, San Antonio

Assistant Professor, Trinity University

Luther Smith, Fort Worth

Professor of Art, T.C.U.

Victoria Smith, Austin

Fine art photographer

Peter Williams, Austin

Owner, Agave Print digital printing

ADvisory Council Members

Dan Burkholder, Palenville, NY

Author, fine art photographer & teacher

Reid Callanan, Santa Fe, NM

Director, Santa Fe Workshops

Keith Carter, Beaumont

Author, fine art photographer & teacher

Dennis Darling, Austin

Photography Sequence Director,

Department of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin

Roy Flukinger, Austin

Research Curator of Photography,

University of Texas Humanities Research Center

Harris Fogel, Philadelphia, PA

Associate Professor of Photography,

The University of the Arts

Amy Holmes George, Morristown NJ

Fine art photographer

Dave Hamrick, Austin

Assistant Director, Sales & Marketing Manager

University of Texas Press

Chip Hooper, Carmel Valley, ca

Fine art photographer

Christopher James, Boston, Ma

Author, artist, photographer and Professor

and Chair, The Art Institute of Boston

Sonia Katchian, Chapel Hill, Nc

Fine art photographer

Michelle Dunn Marsh, Seattle, Wa

Director, Aperture West

Richard Newman, Pacific Grove, CA

National Education Coordinator, Calumet Photographic

Stephen Perloff, Langhorne, Pa

Editor, The Photograph Collector & The Photo Review

Nancy Scanlan, Austin

Freelance photographer & teacher

Mary Virginia Swanson, Tucson, AZ/Nyc

Marketing consultant & educator

Anne Tucker, Houston

Curator of Photography,

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Kathy Vargas, San Antonio

Assistant Professor of Art & Chair of Music

University of the Incarnate Word

Wendy Watriss, Houston

Co-founder & Curator,

Houston International FotoFest

Bill Wright, Abilene

Author, fine art photographer

PHOTOTexas 25 continued

03. Bob Howen & Randy Gay – San Antonio

HDR-Concepts and Practice

One-day. Sat 8:30a-4:30p

The workshop will provide a basic overview

of the theory, applications and mechanics of

High Dynamic Range images. Topics include:

HDR-What, Why, and When; Shooting Techniques;

Image transfers and Organization with

Lightroom; Software; Capturing Great Images;

and Special Interest HDR-Single Image, Action,

Panoramic, Flash.

Bob Howen's photography focuses on fine art

images offered on canvas and fine art paper. Bob's

work is showcased in a permanent exhibition in

the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

(72 30"x40" images) and numerous professional

business and corporate offices in San Antonio.

Website: www.bobhowenphotography.com.

Randy Gay has 20 years of experience in digital

imaging, color management, and digital printing.

He prints all of his own work as well as the

work of many well-known photographers. His

commercial clients include USAA, SWBC, City of

San Antonio, La Quinta Inn San Antonio, Catholic

Life Insurance, Christus Santa Rosa Hospital

System, Stewart Title Corp., and Valero Energy

Corporation. Website: www.randygay.com.

Tuition: $ 130 Class limit: 20

04. Paul Vaughn – San Antonio

Basic Web Design with Photoshop &

Dreamweaver

One-day. Sat 8:30a-4:30p

This workshop is an introduction to Web Design

using Adobe Photoshop to create the site design

and implementing the design using Adobe

Dreamweaver. Common site design conventions

will be explored. Students will understand Adobe

Photoshop‘s Web tools. Common image file formats

will be discussed with emphasis on the

strengths and weaknesses of each.

In Dreamweaver, we will cover CSS layouts versus

Table-based layouts, using CSS tools, creating

custom templates and publishing the site with

FTP tools. Other topics include Spry menu bars,

Web hosting, site keywords, search engine considerations,

color profiles, creating favorite icons,

iPhone icons and a discussion of HTML code.

Paul Vaughn AKA “The Mac Guy” is a graphic

artist, web designer, writer and consultant

through his company Dingus Design. He wrote

the weekly Mac Guy column for eight years

and still blogs about Macs and graphics. Paul

also teaches Intro to Web Design and Intro to

Computer Graphics Programs at the Southwest

School of Art & Craft. Website: http://ding.us/.

Tuition: $ 120 Class limit: 20

05. Susan Hayre Thelwell – Santa Fe, NM

Book Publishing

Half-day. Sat 8:30a-12:00n

This workshop will be a half day lecture exploring

the technical workflow and aesthetic decisions

you need to make to create a beautiful book.

From image size and color space to working effectively

with Blurb's

Booksmart software,

every step of

the technical process

will be explained

and demonstrated

in detail. Aesthetic

choices concerning

layout and design,

© Susan Hayre Thelwell including the world

of text, will be

discussed. This talk is for those photographers

interested in the tactile and practical world of

bookmaking with Blurb.

Susan Hayre Thelwell, a Santa Fe based fineart

photographer and educator, hails from far

west Texas. In 2008, a book about a personal

project won honorable mention in the Blurb Photography.Book.Now

competition. Her work has

been shown in exhibitions throughout the United

States. Trained at Rockport College in the traditional

darkroom, she now teaches digital technology

at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and

at the Maine Media Workshop. Website: www.

susanhayrethelwell.com.

Tuition: $ 80 Class limit: 20

06. Tammy Cromer-Campbell – Longview

Making the most of Social Media

Half-day. Sat 1:00p-4:30p

We will discuss the pros and cons of using social

media such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, You-

Tube, iTunes, and Email Marketing. Should you

use an email service or build your own? Should

you buy a list versus creating your own?

Facebook – the difference between a friends

page, a Group page, or a Page. Know their

rules for publishing images on Facebook. Twitter

– what can it do for you in 140 characters?

Linked-In – is more of a business network. You-

Tube – showcasing your videos or slideshows

– hoping they go viral. iTunes – it's just cool to

be on iTunes and it's free. All of these are free.

Email Marketing: The pros and cons of using

Constant Contact, Emma, using your own email,

and other programs that offer email marketing.

© Tammy Cromer-Campbell

Tammy Cromer-Campbell received her degree in

Commercial Photography from Kilgore College,

Kilgore, Texas. Her book, Fruit of the Orchard/

Environmental Justice in East Texas received

many honors and awards including Blue Earth

Alliances first ever cash grant, in 1999. Cromer-

Campbell is a 2009 National Women's History

Project Honoree and one of the eight photographers

featured on holgainspire.com. Website:

www.tccphoto.com/.

Tuition: $ 75 Class limit: 20

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07. Scott Martin – San Antonio

Capture, change and why you really do

have to learn this file management stuff

One-day. Sun 8:30a-4:30p

In great detail, we will examine every aspect of

file management in Adobe Lightroom. We will

discuss a variety of scenarios including transferring

images from a desktop to a laptop and

back and managing files on different computers

simultaneously and merging them onto one.

We'll look at how to take advantage of the DNG

Digital Negative file format.

We'll discuss optimizing

exposure

for RAW Capture

and learn how

to determine the

perfect exposure

for any situation.

This workshop is

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new Lightroom

users or for seasoned Lightroom professionals.

Handouts will be provided.

Scott Martin, a fine art photographer and digital

photography consultant, has been working with

digital photography since the 1980s and has been

training photographers one-on-one since 1992.

With full-time devotion to on-location consulting

since the 1990s, his experience with a wide

variety of imaging equipment, printers, papers,

inks and applications allows him to consult with

some of the most demanding photographers, pro

labs, artists, designers and prepress professionals.

Website: www.on-sight.com.

Tuition: $ 140 Class limit: 20

08. Kirk Tuck – Austin

A Minimalist Approach to Lighting

One-day. Sun 8:30a-4:30p

Our workshop will focus on theories and techniques

of lighting that lend themselves to creating

great, lit images with small, battery powered

flashes. We'll look at ways to make small lighting

look big and ways to mix the ambient light

with small strobes flash.

The class will consist of examples and case studies

followed by demos. When you leave this class

you will be comfortable using your small flashes

to get the same results pro's get while using tons

of "professional" lighting equipment.

If weather permits, one component of the class

will be how to handle outdoor lighting with

small flashes. In this segment we'll use silks,

scrims, blockers and nets to modify the prevailing

light and "condition" it so that our flashes can

be used effectively.

Kirk Tuck is the author of four books about lighting

and photography, including the bestselling,

Minimalist Lighting: Professional Techniques for

Lighting on Location. He's run a corporate photography

business for the last 20 years with many

Fortune 500 clients. Website: www.kirktuck.com.

Tuition: $ 120 Class limit: 15

09. Amy Holmes George – McKinny

Precision Digital Negatives

Half-day. Sat 8:30a-12:00n

The Precision Digital Negatives (PDN) system,

patented printing method by Mark Nelson (www.

PrecisionDigitalNegatives.com), was designed to

aid in the creation of large format digital negatives

for contact printing with silver, gravure and

alternative photographic processes. Utilizing the

techniques of PDN, the user avoids guesswork,

test strips, dodging/burning, filters and other

darkroom image adjustments. Every workflow

variable is taken into account (photographic process,

coating, paper, inks, light source, climate,

etc.) to ensure consistent, predictable results and

provide optimal user control. PDN’s software,

Curve Calculator II and the PDN eBook will be

available for purchase. I will introduce you to

PDN, its working methodologies and advantages

as well as share print examples.

Fine art photographer and educator Amy Holmes

George completed, in 2008, a Fulbright

Scholar Research Grant in Florence, Italy, for

a rephotographic project using the Precision

Digital Negatives System. Amy is a former professor

of photography and digital media from

the School of Art at Stephen F. Austin State University

in Nacogdoches, Texas. Website: www.

amyhgeorge.com.

Tuition: $ 75 Class limit: 15

10. Bill Kennedy & Scott King – Austin

Mastering the Inkjet Printer

Half-day. Sun 1:00p-4:30p

Inkjet printing

has matured

considerably

over the past

five years, finally

approaching

the "plug and

play" convenience

promised

© Bill Kennedy, oic

by manufacturers in the mid-90's. Yet many photographers

find their prints wanting: prints don't

match the image on their display, color prints lack

subtlety, and neutral grayscale continues to be

illusive. This workshop will address those issues.

We will discuss printers, inks, papers, software

and Photoshop techniques. The workshop will be

taught at the K2 Press, Inc., studio to demo printing

with color and dedicated grayscale inksets.

Bill Kennedy, author of The Photographer's Guide

to the Digital Darkroom (Allworth Press), the first

textbook to bridge traditional photographic and

digital photography practice, is an Associate Professor

of Photocommunications at St. Edward's

University, in Austin. A workshop teacher and lecturer

for over twenty-five years, he has taught at:

Santa Fe Workshops, Maine Photographic Workshops,

California Summer Arts, Anderson Ranch,

and the Royal Photographic Society of Scotland,

among others. Bill is co-owner of K2 Press. Website:

www.k2press.com.

Tuition: $ 75 Class limit: 12

11. Sean Perry – New York City/Austin

The Fine Art of Black & White

Half-day. Sun 1:00p-4:30p

This presentation & workshop offers a clear path

for photographers wanting to better express

their camera and print making experience into

effective digital darkroom techniques with Photoshop.

I will demonstrate my favorite image

enhancing strategies – beginning with a raw scan

and detailing the process to the final master file,

articulating Photoshop from a wet darkroom

point of view.

Techniques and topics include: Color to Black

& White Conversions, Luminosity, Sharpening,

Toning and Shaping Light, and essential Masking

Skills. Beneficial to all levels, a handout will

be provided to participants.

Sean Perry is a fine-art, architectural photographer

living and working in New York City and

Austin, Texas. He is currently photographing a

series on structures and the built environment,

titled Monolith; Portraits of the New York City

Skyline as well as exhibiting new body of work

on the dreamscape of temporary architecture,

Fairgrounds. An Adobe Certified Trainer & Expert

since 2001, he serves as an adjunct professor of

photography at the School of Visual Arts in New

York City. Website: www.seanperry.com.

Tuition: $ 80 Class limit: 20

iPhone Apps

Lately, many news articles have noted the first

anniversary of Apple’s third-party iPhone Application

Store. The App Store offers over 60,000

applications. We thought it would be interesting

to note a few members favorite iPhone application.

Some members do not have an Phone yet,

go figure, we asked them for their favorite book

which we will print in the next Contact Sheet.

Susan Burnstine – Los Angeles, CA

Flashlight, it's proven to be endlessly helpful

during night shoots.

Laura Calfee – Driftwood, TX

Scrabble, I love it! I can play the computer and

also play my friends through facebook.

Dan Burkholder – Palenville, NY

Flight Update, the ideal travel companion,

providing flight status updates automatically

along with one-click emailing of flight details to

friends and family.

Scott Martin – San Antonio, TX

DoF Calc, allows one to calculate the hyperfocal

point and depth of field for any combination

of camera, lens and aperture.

Scott Campbell – Longview, TX

DSLR Remote, in my studio with window light,

I use it as a remote cable release away from the

computer and not vibrate the camera when the

shutter is released. The image in live view from

the camera shows up on the iPhone.

Steve Goff – Odessa, TX

Notes, I use it all the time, mostly just to help me

remember important events and information!

Very Functional!

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T P S E V E N T S / E X H I B I T I O N S / C O M P E T I T I O N S . . .

TPS Events

Thru Co-sponsored with Watson Studio

Sep 19 Gallery 105 N. Nugent St. 78606. 512-944-

8585. Johnson City. Fantastic Plastic.

Aug 15 Call for Entries for Our Town: Amarillo, An

Exhibition posted on the TPS website.

Aug 22 Our Town: Odessa. Environmental Portrait

Lighting workshop with Angilee Wilkerson

[Denton].

Sep 11 Auction XV at Davis Gallery, 837 W 12th.

Sep 12&13 Workshops 26 at UT at Austin.

Sep 12 TPS 18: The International Competition

artist reception at the Kirchman Gallery, in

Johnson City, TX.

Oct 2 Entries due for Childhood: An International

Photo Exhibition.

Oct 17&18 Our Town: Longview. Holga workshop

with Tammy Cromer-Campbell. Co-sponsored

by Holga and Calumet.

Oct 22 Entries due for Our Town: Amarillo.

Oct 26 Entries due for International Student Photography

Competition.

For more information: www.texasphoto.org.

Exhibitions

Abilene

Grace Museum. 102 Cypress, 79601. www.thegracemusuem.org.

(325)-673-4587. Opening and dedication of The

Alice and Bill Wright Photography Gallery, Sep 26.

Austin, TX

Austin Artspace & Gallery. 7739 Northcross Dr., Ste Q. 512-

771-2868. What Texas Means to Me? Exhibit and Awards Show,

includes Carol Schiraldi [Cedar Park], thru Aug 21.

Diverse Arts New East Gallery. 1601 E. 5th St., Ste 106.

512-477-9438. Facing East: 48 Hours in the life of East Austin

includes Martha Grenon [Austin].

Houston

Houston Center for Photography. 1441 W. Alabama. 713-

529-4755. 27th Anniversary Juried Membership Exhibition

includes Susan Hayre Thelwell [Santa Fe, NM], Rania

Matar [Brookline, MA], Lori Hepner [Pittsburgh, PA],

and Laurie Lambrecht [New York, NY], thru Aug 23.

Johnson City

Watson Studio Gallery. 105 N. Nugent St. 78606. 512-944-

8585. Fantastic Plastic Exhibition featuring Bill Barber [Sugarland],

Aline Smithson [Los Angeles, CA], Ann Texter

[Georgetown], Lori Bell [Santa Maria, CA], Tami Bone

[Austin], Jean Caslin [Houston], Faustinus Deraet [Austin],

Warren Harold [Houston], Amanda Stahl [Johnson

City], Carol Schiraldi [Cedar Park], and Erin Malone

[San Francisco, CA], thru Sept 19.

Longview

Tammy Cromer-Campbell Photographs & Gallery. 207

N. Center St. International Holga Inspire Exhibition includes

Tammy Cromer-Campbell [Longview], and Harvey

Stein [New York, NY], Sep 3-Oct 30.

Mineral Wells

Double J Hacienda & Art Ranch. 133 Seybold Rd. 940-325-

1813. James Evans [Marathon], Of Missing Persons.

Temple

Cultural Activities Center. 3011 N. Third St. 254-773-

9926. Personal Expressions: A Photographic Exhibition by

Margaret Williamson [Salado]. Artist reception, Aug 14,

7p-9p, thru Oct 9.

AZ, Tucson

Tucson Museum of Art. 140 N. Main Ave. 520-624-

2333. Arizona Biennial '09 includes Karen Strom

[Sonoita, AZ], thru Sept 26.

CA, Los Angeles

Korean Cultural Center. 5505 Wilshire Blvd. 323-936-7141.

The 17th Annual Juried Exhibition, includes 3 images by

Lydia Panas [Kutztown, PA], thru 2009.

CA, San Diego

Lyceum Theatre Gallery. 79 Horton Plaza. 619-544-1000.

The Art of Photography Show 2008, includes Karen Strom

[Sonoita, AZ], Aug 29-Nov 1.

CA, San Francisco

Ground Floor Gallery. Carlton B. Goodlett Plaza. 10 x 10 x

10 (10 curators, 10 artists, 10 works each), includes Daniel

Grant [San Francisco, CA], thru Sept 18.

CA, Santa Marie

Betteravia Gallery. 511 E. Lakeside Parkway. 805-965-9040.

Iron and Plastic: Alternative Photography includes Lori Bell

[Santa Maria, CA] and Karen Carson [Arroyo Grande,

CA], thru Sept 18.

LA, Lafayette

Acadiana Center for Arts. 101 W. Vermillion St. 337-233-

7060. 2009 Southern Open, includes two images by Frank

Lopez [Dallas] and Sharon Shero [Dallas], thru Aug 31.

MA, Framington

Danforth Museum of Art. 123 Union Ave. 508-620-0050.

The New England Photography Biennial includes three

images by Isa Leshko [Salem, MA], thru Nov 8.

ME, Portland

The Griffin Museum. 67 Shore Rd. 781-729-1158. 15th

Annual Juried Show, includes work by Jon Edwards [South

Freeport, ME], thru Aug 30.

NM, Santa Fe

Verve Fine Arts. 219 Marcy St. 505-982-5009. Photographs

includes Susan Burnstine [Los Angeles, CA], thru Nov 7.

The Palace of the Governors on the Plaza. www.thegracemuseum.org/

Through The Lens: Creating Santa Fe, includes

Melanie West [Santa Fe, NM], thru Oct 25.

NY, New York

ROOM Gallery. 182 Duane St. 212-226-1045. Seascapes 1996

thru 2006 and City Tulips 2008 by Sandra Gottlieb [New

York, NY], thru Aug 31.

Competitions

Deadline: August 22, 2009

Eligibility: All Artists

Title: Paraphrase

Revisit classical or iconographic photographs by offering

your own interpretation. www.neworleansdarkroom.com.

Deadline: August 24, 2009

Eligibility: All Artists Title: The Spirit World

The New Orleans Photo Alliance is seeking photographybased

works that explore the theme of spirits and the

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Texas Photographic Society

Partners

Davis Gallery, Austin

School of Journalism, UT at Austin

Texas Commission on the Arts, Austin

Benefactors

Accurate Printing & Litho,

San Antonio

Caslin Gregory & Assoc, Houston

Santa Fe Workshops, Santa Fe NM

Angela Bacon-Kidwell, Wichita Falls

Eric Banks, Elmira NY

Kate Breakey, Tucson AZ

Christopher Broughton,

Carpinteria CA

Dan Burkholder, Palenville NY

Susan Burnstine, Los Angeles CA

Keith Carter, Beaumont

Patrons

Calumet Inc, Chicago IL

River City Silver, San Antonio

University of Texas Press, Austin

E. A. Basse, III, San Antonio

Laura Pickett Calfee, Driftwood

Jean Caslin, Houston

Reid Callanan, Santa Fe NM

Paula Chamlee, Ottsville PA

Friends

AZ Photo Lab, Houston

Agave Print, Austin

Holga Limited, Hong Kong

Verve Fine Art, Santa Fe NM

Joe Aker, Houston

Hank Auderer, San Antonio

E. Lynn Baldwin, Houston

Barry Banner, Houston

Nancy Baron, Los Angeles CA

Ardis Bartle, Houston

Caroline A. Basse, San Antonio

Abby Benizio, Norris TN

Evan Bennett, Fort Worth

Tami Bone, Austin

Robert Sky Bradshaw, Santa Barbara CA

Kenny Braun, Austin

Peter Brown, Houston

Byron Brauchli, Xalapa Mexico

Pat Brown, Austin

Robert Brown, Sonoma CA

Shelly Calton, Houston

Scott Campbell, Longview

Tom Chambers, Richmond VA

Polly Chandler, Austin

Susan Cook, Houston

Mark Cox, Midland

Tammy Cromer-Campbell, Longview

Dennis Darling, Smithville

Jennifer Davidson, Santa Fe NM

Kay Denton, Austin

Faustinus Deraet, Austin

Perry Dilbeck, Locust Grove GA

Richard & Robin Edwards, Oakland CA

William Elder, Brushy Creek

Jill Enfield, New York NY

Pat Epstein, Austin

Mark L. Eshbaugh, Chelmsford MA

D. Clarke Evans, San Antonio

James H. Evans, Marathon

Dennis Fagan, Austin

Joan Gentry, Santa Fe, NM

Amy Holmes George, Morristown NJ

Paul A. Greenberg, Dallas

Kimberly Gremillion, Houston

Martha Grenon, Austin

Dave Hamrick, Austin

Clay Harmon, Kingwood

J. Darwin Harrison, Austin

Michael T. Harper, Austin

Gray Hawn, Austin

Carol Hayman, Austin

Steve Houston, Austin

Craig Huber, Woodinville, WA

Lola Huitt Spring Branch

Sam Hurt, Abington VA

Caleb Jagger, Fort Davis

Todd Jagger, Fort Davis

Christopher James, Dublin NH

Lem Johnson, Austin

Sonia Katchian, Chapel Hill NC

Michael Keefe, Moreno Valley CA

Lance Keimig, Pembroke MA

Max Kellenberger, San Francisco CA

Robb Kendrick, Laredo

Beth Kientzle, Oakland CA

Don Kirby, Santa Fe, NM

Michael Kitei, Ft. Lauderdale FL

Jack Kotz, Santa Fe NM

Wayne Lambert, Colorado Springs CO

Matt Lankes, Austin

Jean Laughton, Interior SD

Jerry & Marilyn Comer, Richardson

Carol Crosthwait, Waco

Bill Davis, Austin

Jim Geitgey, Midland

David Gibson, Dallas

Steve Goff, Odessa

Chip Hooper, Carmel Valley CA

Lazslo Layton, Gold Canyon AZ

Richard Newman, Pacific Grove CA

Phillip Periman, Amarillo

Ron Rosenstock, Holden MA

John Scanlan, Santa Fe, NM

William R. Thompson, Phoenix AZ

Richard Chepey, Corpus Christi

Diane Griffin Gregory, Houston

Amy Griffin, Austin

Sam Hurt, Abington VA

St. Clair Newbern III, Fort Worth

Jody Richardson, Austin

Kevin D. Stewart, New York NY

Beckwith Thompson, Odessa

Bill Wright, Abilene

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Willis F. Lee, Santa Fe NM

Isa Leshko, Salem MA

Robert Linsky, Newton, MA

José A. Lopez, Fredericksburg

O. Rufus Lovett, Longview

Mary Ann Lynch, Greenfield Center NY

Kevin McKinnon, Burlingame CA

Ann W. McDonald, Lubbock

Wyatt McSpadden, Austin

Susan Dunkerley Maguire, Waco

Erin K. Malone, San Francisco CA

Kristine Marshall, Austin

Scott Martin, San Antonio

Andy Mattern, Austin

Mary Meredith, Austin

Arthur Meyerson, Houston

Blue Mitchell, Portland OR

Chris Moseley, Dallas

Lori Nix, Brooklyn NY

Kenda North, Dallas

Michael O’Brien, Austin

Hank O’Neal, New York NY

George Obremski, New York NY

Charles Ondrej, San Antonio

Richard Orton, Austin

Lou Paulson, Walnut Creek CA

Stephen Perloff, Langhorne PA

Bill Plunkett, Longview

Richard Reynolds, Austin

Dorothy Richardson, Grafton Canada

Michael Rigby, Austin

Mark Rogers, Dallas

Steven Rood, Valley Village CA

Glynda Hatfield Rose, Austin

David & Victoria Ruderman, Sacramento CA

Patricia Sandler, Los Angeles CA

Nancy Scanlan, Austin

Wilson Scanlan, Santa Fe NM

Karen Gordon Schulman, Steamboat Spgs CO

Ansen Seale, San Antonio

Tom Sikes, Austin

Trish Simonite, San Antonio

Luther Smith, Fort Worth

Victoria Smith, Austin

Aline Smithson, Los Angeles CA

Nelson H. Spencer, Dallas

Terri St. Arnauld, Austin

Amanda Stahl, Johnson City

Harvey Stein, New York NY

Ann Texter, Georgetown

Susan Hayre Thelwell, Santa Fe NM

Cole Thompson, Laporte CO

William R. Thompson, Phoenix AZ

Jacqueline Truong, Pasadena CA

William Tolan, Austin

Teresa Van Hatten-Granath, Nashville TN

Will van Overbeck, Austin

Farley Verner, Woodway

Paul Wainwright, Atkinson NH

Tav Walraven, Dallas

Carol Watson, Blanco

Hiroshi Watanabe, West Hollywood CA

Sandra Chen Weinstein, Lake Forrest CA

Gina Weston, Carmel CA

Kim Weston, Carmel CA

Nevada Wier, Santa Fe NM

Angilee Wilkerson, Denton

Peter Williams, Austin

Robert Kirk Williams, Odessa

Keith Wilson, Berkeley CA

Frank Yezer, Austin

Natalie Young, El Segundo CA


T P S E V E N T S / E X H I B I T I O N S / C O M P E T I T I O N S . . .

spiritual world. The juror is Russell Joslin of Shots Magazine.

http://neworleansphotoalliance.org.

Deadline: August 25, 2009

Eligibility: Open to all Title: Photography Re-Imagined

Hosted by Tilt Gallery and juried by Jill Enfield [New

York, NY]. Prints made using an alternative, historical

process are eligible. info@tiltgallery.com.

Deadline: September 1, 2009

Eligibility: All Gulf Coast Photographers Title: The

Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography

A grant to a Gulf Coast photographer who combines artistic

excellence and a commitment to cultural documentary

project. www.neworleansphotoalliance.org/grants.

Deadline: September 26, 2009

Eligibility: All Artists Title: Boots and Heal 2009

Images that feature the Cowboy Boots as the main focus.

Work may be photorealistic, representational or abstract.

Artist must be 18 years or older. www.boots2heal.com.

Deadline: September 30, 2009

Eligibility: Open to all Title: The Magnum Expression Award

A program to discover compelling photography that

employ innovative ways to affect social awareness.

http://expression.magnumphotos.com.

Deadline: October 1, 2009

Eligibility: All Artists and Designers Title: Curate This!

The BECA Foundation presents CURATE THIS! www.

thebecafoundation.org/global/calls-to-artists.html.

Workshops

Texas

On-Sight Digital Workshops, Scott Martin. Small group

workshops and seminars aimed at discerning, high-end

users. www.on-sight.com/workshops.

California

Making Art with Toy Cameras with Aline Smithson.

Oct 11. Led by an award winning photographer and

Photo Gallery Editor of the toy camera publication, Light

Leaks Magazine. www.studio528.com/workshops.html.

Kim Weston Photography Workshop Series. 2009

Workshop Schedule. Weston Photography workshops

include Studio Nude I and II, Private Tutorials and a

five night stay at the Bodie House at Wildcat Hill, the

home of late Edward Weston. www.kimweston.com.

Full Moon Night Photography with Lance Keimig and

Digital Workflow from Capture to Print with Scott

Martin. Oct 1-4. Participants can register for Night

Photography only, or Digital Workflow and Night Photography,

www.thenightskye.com/ws_mono.html.

Maine

Black and white digital photography with Susan Hayre

Thelwell. Sept 13-19. Blend craft with cutting edge

technology while exploring mid-coast Maine's light,

landscape and people, www.theworkshops.com.

New Mexico

Santa Fe Workshops. The Workshops offers over 150 photographic

programs a year in lighting techniques, personal

vision, printmaking, storytelling, landscape, travel, nature,

and portraiture. www.santafeworkshops.com.

Black and White Capture to Print with Susan Hayre

Thelwell. Santa Fe Workshops, Sep 22-27. Explore

northern New Mexico, for beginning digital photographers.

www.santafeworkshops.com.

Destination Workshop with Nancy Ori. Go along with

Nancy Ori around New Mexico in workshops like Photography

and Painting (Oct 13-20), and Photograph New

Mexico (Oct 3-10). 908-790-8820.

Harvey Stein: Spectacular New Mexico: Travel Workshop

to Taos, August 15-23. Explore the northern areas

of New Mexico with shooting trips to the Ghost Ranch

area, the Rio Grande Gorge, Native American pueblos,

Santa Fe, and small Hispanic villages. www.icp.org.

New York

Craig J. Barber: Experimental Pinhole Photography.

Sept 5-6. During this workshop participants will construct

personal cameras, survey historical and contemporary

pinhole photography, daily field trips, and

critiques of work. ww.cpw.org/WPW/2009/pages/

September.html.

Oregon

Shores Acres and The Oregon Coast, with Don Kirby.

Aug 31-Sept 4. The Oregon coast west of Coos Bay,

Shore Acres is an area of convoluted rock forms, tide

pools, sand dunes and volcanic seastacks forming the

rugged coastline. www.donkirbyphotography.com.

Ireland

Photographing Into Your Soul in Western Ireland.

Sept 9-19. Join Karen Schulman in County Mayo,

Western Ireland, for a chance to expand your personal

vision, make new friends and experience a very special

place. www.focusadventures.com/ireland.html.

Japan

Through the Cultural Maze. Nov 7-18. Led by Sonia

Katchian, Douglas Beasley, and Tim Grey. With an

exceptional instructor-to-student ratio of 3 : 1, participants

will be guided toward a spiritual approach to

picture-making, and toward improved skills in digital

optimization. http://photoshuttle.com/workshops.

Peru

Nuturing One's Vision: The Process of Project Photography

with Stella Johnson and Adam L. Weintraub.

Aug 23–30. Connect with a local population

while developing a personal style of shooting.

www.photoexperience.net/stella_workshops09.html.

For more information: www.texasphoto.org.

Auction XV donors as of July 25

Auction XV, will be held September 11th from 6:00pm-8:15pm at the

Davis Gallery, 837 W 12th Street. Bill Davis has graciously turned one

of Austin’s premier galleries over to TPS for the auction since 1999. The

auction is TPS’s major fund raising event and serves as vital support for

Raffle Donors

Agave Print Austin TX

AZ Labs Houston TX

Calumet, Inc Chicago IL

Camera Coop Houston TX

Holga Limited Hong Kong

Photo Review & The Photograph

Collector Langhorne PA

River City Silver San Antonio TX

Santa Fe Workshops Santa Fe NM

Terry Falke Mansfield TX

Roy Flukinger Austin TX

Christopher James Dublin NH

Scott Martin San Antonio TX

Steve Strom Sonoita AZ

Mary Virginia Swanson Tucson AZ

Auction Donors

Joe Aker Houston TX

E. Lynn Baldwin Houston TX

Robert Sky Bradshaw Santa Barbara CA

Byron Brauchli Xalapa, Veracrux

Kenny Braun Austin TX

Kate Breakey Tucson AZ

Patricia Brown Austin TX

Peter Brown Houston TX

Dan Burkholder Palenville NY

Susan Burnstine Los Angeles CA

Laura Calfee Driftwood TX

Scott C. Campbell Longview TX

Keith Carter Beaumont TX

Tom Chambers Richmond VA

Polly A. Chandler Austin TX

Richard Chepey Corpus Christi TX

Danny Conant Chevy Chase MD

Tammy Cromer-Campbell Longview TX

Kay J. Denton Horseshoe Bay TX

Faustinus Deraet Austin TX

D. Clarke Evans San Antonio TX

James H. Evans Marathon TX

Dennis Fagan Austin TX

Joan Gentry Santa Fe NM

Amy Holmes George McKinney TX

David H. Gibson Dallas TX

Steve Goff Odessa TX

Paul Greenberg Dallas TX

Kimberly Gremillion Houston TX

Martha Grenon Austin TX

J. Darwin Harrison Austin TX

Carol Hayman Austin TX

our programs including the color exhibition catalogs and TPS’s traveling

exhibits. An Auction catalogue will be mailed to all TPS members in

early August.

Chip Hooper Carmel Valley CA

Robert Howen San Antonio TX

Todd Jagger Fort Davis TX

Sonia Katchian Chapel Hill NC

Lance Keimig Pembroke MA

Max Kellenberger San Francisco CA

Robb Kendrick Laredo TX

Don Kirby Santa Fe NM

Michael Kitei Santa Fe NM

Jack Kotz Santa Fe NM

Wayne Lambert Colorado Spgs CO

Matt Lankes Austin TX

Isa Leshko Salem MA

O. Rufus Lovett Longview TX

Charles Malone Austin TX

Elliott McDowell Santa Fe NM

Wyatt McSpadden Austin TX

Blue Mitchell Portland OR

Richard Newman Pacific Grove CA

Hank O’Neal New York NY

George Obremski New York NY

Richard Orton Nacogdoches TX

Richard Reynolds Austin TX

Michael Rigby Austin TX

John Rogers Austin TX

Steven Rood Valley Village CA

Glynda Hatfield Rose Austin TX

Patricia Sandler Los Angeles CA

Nancy Scanlan Austin TX

Trish Simonite San Antonio TX

Victoria Smith Austin TX

Luther Smith Fort Worth TX

Aline Smithson Los Angeles CA

Terri St. Arnauld Austin TX

Amanda Stahl Johnson City TX

Ann Texter Georgetown TX

Susan Hayre Thelwell Santa Fe NM

Cole Thompson Laporte CO

Yam Tolan Austin TX

Paul Wainwright Atkinson NH

Hiroshi Watanabe W Hollywood CA

Carol Watson Blanco TX

Sandra Chen Weinstein Lake Forrest CA

Gina & Kim Weston Carmel CA

Nevada Wier Santa Fe NM

Angilee Wilkerson Denton TX

Robert Kirk Williams Denver CO

Bill Wright Abilene TX

Frank Yezer Austin TX

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TPS Competitions & Our Town Workshops

For more information, to download a Call for

E ntries, or to register for the workshops, go to

the TPS website www.texasphoto.org.

Childhood: An International

Photo Exhibition

Juried by: Jamie Lee Curtis

Entries due October 02

Jamie Lee Curtis is an actress, children’s book

author, activist, photographer and collector.

Ms. Curtis said about the exhibit, “Childhood

is fleeting – yet sometimes, in a fraction of a

second, photographers can capture its essence:

joy, pain, play, boredom, frustration, elation.

As an author of children’s books I have tried

to capture what it feels like to be a child – the

good and the bad – and to stimulate a dialogue

between children and parents regarding the

issues raised in the book. I hope to see creative

work that captures childhood's many guises.”

International Student Photography

Competition

Juried by Lucian Perkins

Entries due: October 26

Open to All Students of all ages working in all

mediums of photography.

Lucian Perkins, is a two-time Pulitzer Prize

winner. Mr. Perkins said, "As a photojournalist/documentary

photographer what interests

me most about photography is its unique

ability to freeze a moment in time and reveal

something within that instance, be it a 500th

or even two seconds. When you document

humanity, that moment can unveil emotions

that exist within all of us whether it be one of

joy, sorrow, anxiety, anger, boredom, ecstasy,

frustration, hope, loneliness, resentment, vulnerability

and a whole hosts of others.”

Our Town: Odessa

Angilee Wilkerson, Environmental

Portrait Lighting Workshop

August 22 & 23

Participants will learn how to utilize natural

light and with simplistic flash, and the

subject’s familiar and natural surroundings

to create mood, build narratives, and capture

emotions and gestures. The interactive class

will expand one’s technical skills with exposure,

perspective, and composition. Students

will learn how to engage individuals in a

photographically meaningful way by studying

the subject in his or her environment.

Angilee Wilkerson is an artist, University

instructor, and professional editorial photographer.

Angilee has participated in more than

30 national and regional exhibitions since

2002, including five solo shows.

Our Town: Longview

Holga Workshop,

Tammy Cromer-Campbell

Oct 17 & 18

In this workshop, I will show you how my

husband modified my Holgas for closer

focusing, and the basics of using a plastic

Holga camera. As Ruth Bernhard taught me

. Simplicity while showing something quirky

about your town. Something unique, something

interesting. Workshop includes Holga

cameras, film, lunch and a steamboat trip.

Holga Limited, a company of the Universal

Electronics Industries group, which makes the

Holga, is providing a Holga N camera for each

student that signs up and the opportunity to

exhibit on their Holga Inspire webpage. Film

will be provided by Calumet Photo.

Tammy Cromer-Campbell received her degree

in Commercial Photography from Kilgore

College, Kilgore, Texas. The University of

North Texas Press published, Fruit of the

Orchard/Environmental Justice in East Texas.

She received many honors and awards including

Blue Earth Alliances first ever cash grant,

in 1999.

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