Getting Ready for Print Competition1. Beginning print competition for the first time. (State/District/International)
2. Life of a print in competition
3. Going through the 12 elements of a print merit
4. Going through the rules of competition, and what they need
5. Advice and tips to new talents
7. Print or Digital? (the benefit of print)
8.Game: “What did it score?”
I’ll explain how personal projects can be beneficial to you and to your growth. I’ll explain 6 ways of storytelling and how to get hired doing what you love through your personal work.
-Bringing personal work into client work.
-Getting them to buy for sure that one piece of artwork you’ve created
Dan Francis M.Photog, CPP, CoucilorOne of his earliest experiences as a photographer was when he was seven years old while he was visiting Yellowstone National Park and he had used his parents 35mm camera throughout the park. The sights he saw that day took him down the road of art.
He began his art in high school taking all eight classes of art that were offered. He learned the rules of color, mood, patience, and creative thinking. He brought his art into the digital world by graduating with honors in Graphic Design in 2003. After graduating from college, he worked at a photography studio for 6 years continuing his vision through the camera. Dan’s work has been seen around the world through his website and published work. He has owned his own business, located downtown Fargo since 2008. He specializes in Fine-Art Photography, Photo Restoration and is always looking to learn the way of everything photography.
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