“I’m not crazy about the color temperature”
— Shit photographers say
— Shit photographers say
You know you’re a photo major when you’re using gaff tape to clean lint off your couch.
In celebration of its ten year anniversary, the Rubin Museum of Art introduces Bodies in Balance, a new exhibition exploring Tibetan medicine and wellness. College Programs at the Rubin Museum invite you to submit your work in response to this exhibition for a student film festival.
If you’re a college student, consider submitting to our Student Film Festival at the Rubin Museum! Create a 3-5 minute film for the chance to have it shown at the museum. No prior experience, fancy equipment or know-how required, just your creativity and resourcefulness. Please see the tumblr for guidelines and more information.
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I am a British artist, and I need $15,000.00 to complete my MFA degree at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City.
Y’all this dude I go to school with is going to have to leave Parsons and the country if he can’t pay for tuition help him out!!!
Visiting the Magic Kingdom at Disney World in 1977? Be sure to take lots of photos! Film is expensive, so try and follow these tips by GAF Photo from the 1977 Disney World Guide. Via Vintage Disneyland Tickets. More vintage Disney.
Anonymous said: this is probably really obnoxious, so i get if you don't want to respond... But do you have any advice for high school students students submitting their photography portfolios this month?
It’s not obnoxious, I get messages like this all the time! Art school admissions want to see that you’re passionate, talented, and creative; they need to know that you are a worthwhile investment for their institution. When I was submitting my portfolio, I tried to show variety and individuality. I wanted the schools I applied to to have a good understanding of my personality as an artist and show them that I challenge myself to be creative and experimental.
Anonymous said: Hey, I'm from Parsons too! I'm actually a first year student that got in for Photography and have felt confused about pursuing it recently just because I find myself really wanting to be in film and television rather than just photography. I was wondering, as a photo major at Parsons, are you able to do a lot of filmmaking within the major?
Sort of. I think The New School for Public Engagement has the best/biggest film program at The New School. I’m a BA/BFA student, and I took a filmmaking class last year at NSPE as my elective for Parsons. There’s also a Design class in the current photo curriculum (although they changed it after my year so it may be a little different) that I’m taking next semester which is dedicated to video. I’ve done videos for my Parsons photography work and I’ve seen other students do the same. Many of the professors have worked in video as well.
That’s really all I know about it, but I hope that answers your question!
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