Contributed by PNWS sculptor and past PNWS President: George Heath (Part 1 of this article was published on this blog 9/25/2010 and can be found by scrolling down through past posts) The Fussy Stuff Taking pictures is an exercise in compromise. There are several variables to deal with; exposure time, aperture, film speed (ccd sensitivity), and [...]
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Contributed by PNWS sculptor and past PNWS President: George Heath Next to the quality of the work itself nothing is going to do more for one’s career as a sculptor than the quality of the images one uses for submissions or an online web portfolio. Having submitted images to juries for way too many years, (don’t [...]
Contributed by Pacific Northwest sculptor Ken Patton I thought it would be fun to make time-lapse videos of the processes of creating art. A potential buyer could view the video on YouTube showing the actual piece they are interested in during its creative processes. I investigated my cameras and found that none of them had a time lapse feature [...]
Jennifer Corio of Cobalt Designworks sent this article from the DuBoff Law Group for us to consider. Many of our clients have been shocked to discover that the rights they believed they had in their website URLs and designs were, in fact, owned by their website developers. Unless an appropriate contract is entered into between [...]