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CSheet 01-2008.pdf - Texas Photographic Society

5. FDR Tools (Windows, Mac) – www.fdrtools.com. Very similar to Photomatixand mainly targets the photographerscommunity. Free trial version, $53 for theprogram.6. Photoshop CS3 Extended edition. (Windows,Mac) – All the best HDR featuresare exclusively in this edition. $999.Books about HDRBloch, Christian. The HDRI Handbook: HighDynamic Range Imaging for Photographersand CG Artists. Santa Barbara:Rocky Nook Inc, 2007.Hoefflinger, Bernd. High-Dynamic RangeHDR Vision: Microelectronics ImageProcessing. Computer Graphics. Berlin:Springer, 2007.Debevec, Pual, Sumanta Pattanaik, Erik Reinhard,and Greg Ward. High DynamicRange Imaging: Acquisition, Display,and Image-Based Lighting (The MorganKaufmann Series in Computer Graphics).San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann:Har DVdr edition, 2006.Freeman, Michael. Mastering HDR Photography.New York: Amphoto Books, 2008.McCollough, Ferrell. Complete Guide toHigh Dynamic Range Digital Photography.New York: Lark Books, 2008.Weston, Chris. Mastering Digital Exposureand HDR Imaging: Understanding theNext-Generation of Digital Camera. EastSussex England: Rotovision, 2008.HDR websites1. www.hdrsoft.com – This website hasinformation on what HDR is and alsohas downloads, examples and support.2. http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tutorials/high-dynamic-range.htm – Informationand examples on how HDRworks.3. http://www.popphoto.com/to/3038/how-to-create-high-dynamic-range-images.html/ – A step-by-step guide on themost popular HDR programs.4. http://tutorialblog.org/hdr-tutorialsroundup/– A blog that has examplesand feedback from users of HDR.5. http://www.vanilladays.com/hdrguide/– This site is an HDR tutorial:How to create ‘High Dynamic Range’images using Photomatix.6. http://range.wordpress.com/2006/07/15/modern-hdr-photography-a-how-toor-satuday-morning-relaxation/– A blogwith feed back and information on HDR.7. www.hdrphotos.wordpress.com – AHDR photo tutorial.8. http://www.naturescapes.net/072006/rh0706.pdf – An HDR tutorial emphasizingNature Photography.9. http://www.cre-aid.nl/2006/06/13/hdr-high-dynamic-range-workshop/– An HDR Tutorial.To read an article in The New York Times “WasIt Done With a Lens, or a Brush?” www.nytimes.com/2006/08/03/technology/03basics.html.WorkshopsA Pragmatic Approach To High Dynamic Range(HDR) Photography with Photoshop. www.chbphoto.com/education/workshops.html#Capturing More Light – http://workshops.outbackphoto.com/www.danburkholder.com – HDR Workshopsand a discount on HDR software.For easier access to these website, they will beposted on the TPS's website www.texasphoto.org.TPS EVENTS / EXHIBITIONS / COMPETITIONS / WORKSHOPS / MEMBERS’ NEWSTPS EventsMar 07Mar 13As a part of FotoFest 2008, TPS 16: TNCopens at the Beautique Day Spa andSalon, 2507 Times Blvd in Houston.TPS 16: TNC artist reception from 6p-8pat Beautique Day Spa in Houston.Apl 20 TPS 16: TNC closes in Houston, TX.May 21TPS 16: TNC opens at Calumet PhotoGallery, 22 W. 22nd St, New York, NY.Jun 27 TPS 16: TNC closes in New York, NY.Jul 21 TPS 16: TNC opens at the Calumet PhotoGallery, 2001 Bryant St, San Francisco CA.Sep 10/21 PHOTOTexas weekend in Austin.Nov 8&9Belton, TXOur Town: Amarillo workshop NineFrancois: Critical Looking in Amarillo.ExhibitionsBell County Museum. 201 N. Main. 254-933-5243. www.museum@co.bell.tx.us. Varied Visions:Includes work by M. L.Bolton [Belton], DavidHansen [Lott], andMargaret Williamson.© Margaret WilliamsonDallas, TXAfrican AmericanMuseum. 3536 GrandAve. 75210. 214-565-9026. www.aamdallas.org. Clarence Saunders[Irving]: Snapshot: Dallas/FortWorth ContemporaryPhotographers: At AGlance, thru April 13.© Clarence SaundersPhotographs Do Not Bend Gallery. 3115 Routh St.75201. 214-969-1852. www.photographsdonotbend.com. Book signing Feb 26, 5p-8p. Author Kent Harfurand Texas artist Peter Brown [Houston], West of LastChance. Also, Jakim Eneroth, Feb 16-Mar 22.Fort Worth, TXAmon Carter Museum. 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd. 817-738-1933. The Art of the American Snapshot, thru April 27.Houston, TXDeFrog Gallery. 218 Westcott. Mo-Sa: 9a-12p & 1:30p-5:30p. 713-869-2345. John Bernhard [Houston]: China:Travel Notes, part of FotoFest, Mar. 7-April 20.Rudolph Projects @ ArtScan Gallery, 1836 RichmondAve, Tu-Sa 10:30a-5:30p. 713-224-7722. John Bernhard[Houston] is in a group show, Beyond the Alps – 8 SwissArtists in Texas, thru Feb 22.Hooks-Epstein Galleries, 2631 Colquitt, 77098. JamesFalick [Houston]: Members of the Wedding, A FantasyNarrative, Feb 23-Mar 22.Johnson City, TXWatson Studio Gallery. 105 N. Nugent St, 78636. www.lostcanuck.com. Menage a Trois: Images in a series of 3,thru April 13. Dan Bartlett [Houston], Gerald Currier[Auburn], Lucy Durfee [Austin], David Keenan [Austin],Carol Schiraldi [Cedar Park], and Herb Smith[Wimberley].Longview, TXTammy Cromer-CampbellPhotographs & Gallery,207 North Center Street.www.tccphotogallery.com.Tu–Fr 10a–4p and by apt.Polly Chandler [Austin]:Emotional Narratives, thruMar 28.© Polly ChandlerPlano, TX14th Street Gallery. 1412 14th St. 75074. 972-633-3822.Mo-Fr 10a-6p; & Sa 1p-5p. www.14thstreetgallery.com.Sylvia Crain [Santa Fe, NM]: Abstractions. Also, SharonStevenson [Dallas]: Surreality, both thru Feb 29.San Marcos, TXThe Wittliff Collections. Alkek Library, 7th floor. TexasState Univ. 512-245-2313. Mo Tu Fr 8a-5p; We Th 8a-7p;Sa 9a-5p; Su 2p-6p. Free. www.thewittliffcollections.txstate.edu/ Lonesome Dove: The Photographs by BillWittliff. Also Staff Favorites – 1st Floor Exhibit, boththru March 30.www.texasphoto.org / Texas Photographic Society / Contact Sheet / Vol 28 No 1 • 2008 3

TPS EVENTS / EXHIBITIONS / MEMBERS’ NEWS / COMPETITIONS / WORKSHOPS / continuedtheir beauty and energy, and also sees and values olderwomen for their wisdom and character. The aim of thisexhibit is to show the breadth and depth of experienceof women at the invisible age, ranging from womenwho feel totally invisible to women who don't feelinvisible at all. For for info www.theinvisibleage.com.WorkshopsDon Kirby WorkshopsThe Jackson Hole Art AssociationField Workshop – June 9-13. $575 ($550 Art Associationmembers). Contact the Jackson Hole Art Association307-733-6379 to sign up now (web signup will be availablesoon). Travel and lodging information is availableat: www.jacksonholeworkshops.org/travel.htm.Nancy Ori WorkshopsVisual Arts Center of New Jersey – Sumitt, NJMarch 2: Hand coloring Your Photographs, 10a-4p. Fee:$100 with a materials fee of $15. Registration throughThe Visual Arts Center of NJ or call them at 908-273-9121. Location: VAC in Summit.March 8: Go Shoot Yourself, 10a-3p. Basic camerainstruction will also be supplied. All levels. Fee: $60 fornon-members and $45 for members of the Somerset ArtAssoc. Registration: 908-234-2345. Location: SomersetArt Association in Bedminster.Painting and Photography Workshops in Cape May.Three and Four Day Workshops Running: April 23-May 10. www.nancyoriworkshops.com Or call: 908-790-8820.Harvey Stein WorkshopsInternational Center of Photography – New York, NYMarch 1, 2 & March 8, 9: Lighting for the Portrait, twoweekends.April 15-June 17: Light: The Expressive Possibilities,Tuesday AMApril 15-June 17: Photographic Seeing, Tuesday Eve.May 17, 18 & May 31, June 1: Pinhole Photography two weekends.For info http://www.icp.org/ or 212-857-0001.Weston WorkshopsCarmel, CaliforniaApril 19 & 20: Wildcat Studio Nude I – Students willexplore nude photography while learning about theWeston family's historic contributions to fine art photography.May 9-11: Developing Your Photographic Style withGuest Instructor Huntington Witherill. The workshopis designed for photographers working witheither conventional and/or digital tools and materials.You’ll also have an opportunity to work inthe field with both; there will be extensive discussionand critique of each participant’s work. Formore information: http://www.kimweston.com.e-mail: gina@kimweston.com. phone: 831-624-8111.FotoFest 2008 Educational SeminarCareer Builders and Art Markets – March 11, 2008Coordinated by FotoFest, Mary Virginia Swanson andHewlett-Packard. 8:30a–4:30p. DoubleTree HoustonDowntown. (2nd floor meeting room). $150 lunchincluded. Participants interested in making a career asan artist will have the opportunity to learn the businessof being an artist. Members of the photographic artsindustry will benefit by gaining insights into marketsegments that can increase the impact of their activitiesin these fields. Registration and more informationavailable on FotoFest's website: www.fotofest.org/.FotoFest 2008 Educational SeminarPublishing Photo Books Today – March 16, 2008From Traditional Publishing to Print-on-Demand. Coordinatedby Darius Himes and Mary Virginia Swansonwith Hewlett-Packard for FotoFest. DoubleTree HoustonDowntown. (2nd floor meeting room). $150 lunchincluded. This seminar offers artists an inside look atthe options available in photo book publishing todayand how to take advantage of these tools. Industryprofessionals will give presentations on many aspectsof today’s publishing industry, printing on demand,handmade artist books, and case studies of successfulbook making ventures. Artists and editors will sharetheir experiences with limited edition books as well asmore traditional publishing opportunities. Registrationand more information available on FotoFest's website:www.fotofest.org. 713-223-5522 ext 13.Karen Schulman WorkshopsSteamboat Springs, CO and InternationallyJoel and I will be leading our very popular Steamboatin the Summertime – Photography and the CreativeSpirit, July 12-17. I will be leading a two-weekphoto and cultural adventure entitled Magical Morocco,Oct 18-Nov 1 and I will be working with JohnSant’ Ambrogio here in Steamboat Springs duringhis wonderful Arts for the Soul program in Aug.For more info: http://www.focusadventures.com.Members’ NewsLydia Panas [Kutztown, PA] was included in a groupexhibit: New Directions 2008 at Wallspace, Seattle. Shewas also in Encounters; New and Old at The Art CenterGallery Astoria, OR.Jessica Bruah [Brooklyn, NY] was excepted into theHumble Arts Foundation’s 31 Under 31: Young Womenin Art Photography.Alyssa Salomon’s [Richmond,VA]: Saltwork, wason display at the Page BondGallery and at the 1708 Gallery,both in Richmond, VA.© Alyssa Salomon, oicRania Matar’s [Brookline, MA]: Lebanon at the Crossroadsexhibited at the Gallery Kayafas in Boston, MA.Vicki Topaz’s [San Francisco, CA] new book SilentNests, Pigeonniers of Northern France, 2006. Was featuredin L’imagier number 35, in Jan of this year.Robin Renee Hix’s [Wimberley] oil painted black andwhite holga photograph Valentine was selected by JillEnfield to be included in the 10th annual Krappy Kamerashow at New York’s Soho Photo Gallery.Ron Rosenstock [Holden, MA] has a new Photo Tourpage on his website. To find it, go to www.ronrosenstock.comand click on the Photo Tours button. Thatwill take you to a page listing his destinations for 2008.A click on any of the destinations will give you detailsof that trip. Camera Arts magazine http://www.cameraarts.comfeatures Ron in an article in the January/Februaryissue titled A Special Way of Seeing (pp. 48-50). Itis illustrated with a few of his recent photographs fromIceland. The article discusses discovering a personalstyle of photographing.Richard Ashmore [Slaton] recently exhibited 22 imagesin an invitation-only exhibit at the Buddy Holly FineArts Gallery in Lubbock.© Richard Ashmore, oicPaul Wainwright [Atkinson, NH] held an openingreception at Harvard's Three Columns Gallery inCambridge, MA early in January for his show; EmptySpaces.Sheri Lynn Behr [Edgewater,NJ] had threephotos included in thegroup show Menagerieat the Arts Guild of Rahway,NJ.© Sheri Lynn Behr, oicTami Bone (Austin) was one of five artists selectedto win a merit award in the Currents 2007 All MemberExhibition at the Rockport Center for the Arts in Rockport.She will have 10 new pieces in a group show withthe four other award winners in August 2008.Lucy Durfee, Lois Schubert, Rose Epps, Mark Jamail[all Austin], and BJ Smiley Goins [Round Rock] werein a group show Keep Austin Weird at BookPeople Cafein Austin.The Photocommunications Faculty Show 2008 held atthe St. Edward’s University Fine Arts Gallery includedwork by: Bill Kennedy and Sybil Miller, both Austin.Check out James Evans [Marathon] new website www.jameshevans.com, he changes it frequently. James alsohad a photo story in Texas Monthly magazine.Faustinus Deraet [Austin] recently exhibited his workin the World Photography show in Austin.Jan Butchofsky-Houser [Nogal, NM] launched hernew Photo Store Site at DaveandJanHouser.com.Numerous photo related items are for sale.Sarah Sudhoff [Austin] exhibited three pieces fromher Repository collection at the opening for the AustinMuseum of Art.Lydia Panas [Kutztown, PA] had a show Outside/Inat the Western Wyoming College Art Gallery in RockSprings, WY.Santa Fe-based Rahli Designs, Inc. has been invitedto participate in the 2008 Architectural Digest HomeDesign Show at Pier 94 in New York, March 6-9. Onewww.texasphoto.org / Texas Photographic Society / Contact Sheet / Vol 28 No 1 • 2008 5☞

Texas Photographic Society6338 N. New Braunfels # 174San Antonio TX 78209NON-PROFITU.S. POSTAGEPAIDSAN ANTONIO, TXPERMIT NO. 1997of the highlights of Rahli’s offerings will be a custom10’ x 12' rug which is an interpretation of an originalphotograph by Trish Simonite [San Antonio].Paul Wainwright [Cambridge, MA] exhibited his workin a solo show Empty Spaces in Harvard University’sThree Columns Gallery.The opening exhibition of Identities is being heldat the Cecil & Ida Green Center. This photographyexhibition represents the first featuring works in theComer Collection, housed by the University of Texasat Dallas. This selection of more than twenty worksfrom The Jerry and Marilyn Comer [Richardson]Collection represents nationally and internationallyrecognized artists, and includes several classic imagesfrom the history of photography. On view are photographsby Gay Block, Nan Goldin, Earlie Hudnall, Jr.,Martina Lopez, Anne Noggle, Gordon Parks, MarkRiboud, Andres Serrano, Cindy Sherman, and HulleahTsinhnahjinnie. The Comer Collection is comprised ofalmost 100 photographs, dating from 1934 to the present,along with supporting research materials, books,journals, and catalogues.Dennis DeHart [Buffalo, NY] has a new blog with theemphasis on photography, wanderlust, and process.http://www.dennisdehart.blogspot.com.Paul Weiner's [Newburyport, MA] recently wasawarded 1st place in the Photo Review’s 23rd InternationalPhotography Competition, and the award of Best ofShow in two juried competitions – The NewburyportArt Association’s 10 Annual Regional Juried Show, andthe Linnets’ Works on Paper (Lynn, MA). In addition,his flashlight portraits were selected for 1212 Gallery’sNational Juried Photography Exhibition 2007, Richmond,VA and Project Basho’s ONWARD ’08 national juriedexhibition, Philadelphia, PA.Lydia Panas [Kutztown, PA ] It never made sense tothem: A social Inquiry is eleven texts on eleven busshelter panels throughout the Lehigh valley in SoutheasternPA.Gary W. Vann [Fresno, CA] received a juried award(Clint Willour, Galveston Art Center) for his Shadows ofthe Night print in the show called New Directions at theWall Space Gallery in Seattle. He also received a juriedaward for his print Graffiti Patrol in the Third AnnualNational Juried Photographic Show at the Sixth StreetGallery in Vancouver, WA.Cynthia Bittenfield [Seattle, WA] exhibited her WorldWas II Revisited work at the Shoreline Community CollegeGallery, Shoreline, WA.Shawn Saumell [Frisco, TX] exhibited his work Warin Heaven and Peace on Earth in a solo exhibition at theTexas Woman’s University in Denton.Leo Theinert [Forest Hills, NY] exhibited his workTraces and Avenues: A Selection from the First Two Issuesof Moment: Une Revue do Photo at the Safe-T-Gallery inBrooklyn, NY. He also exhibited work in the Me Myselfand Eye National Juried Exhibition in Chico, CA andhis works Brian and Peggy Sue and Who’s on First wereselected for the 10th Annual Realism InternationalOnline Juried Art Exhibition.Hiroshi Watanabe [West Hollywood, CA] exhibitedher work Ideology in Paradise: Photographs from theDemocratic People’s Republic of Korea at the NewspaceCenter for Photography in Portland, OR.Meg Birnbaum [Somerville, MA] exhibited her workCorn Dogs, Blue Ribbons and the American Pastoral atthe Montserrat College of Art in the Carol SchlosbergAlumni Gallery in Beverly, MA.Dennis Darling [Austin, TX] is exhibiting his work inStreet Life: American Photographs from the 1960 and 70’s atthe High Museum of Art in Atlanta until April 20.Christopher James haspublished The Book ofAlternative PhotographicProcesses: 2nd Edition.The first edition of TheBook of Alternative PhotographicProcesses receivedunprecedented criticalacclaim and is recognizedas the definitive referencetext in alternative processphotography. Christopher makes alternative processesaccessible, providing clear instructions and workflows.This significantly expanded 2nd edition is a comprehensiveresource, exploring every aspect of alternativeprocess image making. The book examines the historyand techniques including: lensless cameras, calotype,salted paper, anthotype, cyanotype, argyrotype,chrysotype, POP, kallitype, ambrotype, wet collodion& gelatin dry plate emulsions, Van Dyke, platinum/ palladium, Ziatype, carbon, gum bichromate, albumen,alternative paper, emulsions, & imaging systems,and digital negative workflows.www.texasphoto.org / Texas Photographic Society / Contact Sheet / Vol 28 No 1 • 2008 6

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