Have you thought about doing a Portfolio Project but don’t know how to get it start? By looking at last year’s Portfolio of Joy Brathwaite: Beauty in the Old Kathryn Mohrman: Hands at work and play Mike Whalen: The Monarch – Lifeline for a Disappearing Icon Lynn Cates: This is not Normal will give you
This is to remind you that Corey Hilz will review all the completed Portfolio Projects at the May 9 meeting. In preparation for this final review, we ask all participants to please complete and upload their final images no later than May 2, 2017 in order for Corey to have sufficient time to review them.
Portfolio Project Interim Review is January 31! Bring an Old Portfolio for All to See It’s not too late to register for the Portfolio Project. Just send an email to PortfolioProject@NVPS.org Attention Portfolio Project ALUMNI: You are invited to bring an old portfolio on January 31 (whether you are doing a 2016-17 portfolio or
Thinking about doing a Portfolio Project, but looking for an idea? Get started by taking a look at our three Past Portfolios of the Month, from the 2015-16 season. Stan Bysshe: Birds in Motion Jeff Hancock: Gadsby’s Tavern Museum Jo Leir: iPhone Images Corey Hilz is our Portfolio Project reviewer in 2016-17. Corey will review initial
Thinking about doing a Portfolio Project, but looking for an idea? Get started by taking a look at our three Past Portfolios of the Month, from the 2015-16 season. Bob Friedman: The Day After Kieu-Hanh Vu: Textured Flowers Patricia Deege: Doorways and Entrances Through the Ages Corey Hilz is our Portfolio Project reviewer in 2016-17.
We are extremely pleased to announce that Corey Hilz is our Portfolio Project reviewer in 2016-17. Corey will review initial portfolios at our January 31 meeting and final portfolios on May 9. Well-known to NVPS members, Corey is an outstanding photographer and educator. More about Corey is here. Sign up now for the Portfolio Project
What Is The Portfolio Project, what does it entail, and why should you join? What It Is: It is a nine month exploration of a photographic theme chosen and refined by YOU. What It Entails: You choose a theme, craft an artist statement, capture and select your best 10 to 15 images, and
It is time to think about how you will present your images to the club on May 10. On that day, Brian Zwit will critique the portfolios. In preparation, you need to update your presentation on the club website. You may wish to replace some images, add or remove images, re-edit your artist’s statement or
Critique on March 29-5th Tuesday On March 29, the fifth Tuesday in March, we will have our initial informal critique. Mike Whalen and I will go through each of the portfolios and we will try to answer your questions. Some of the points we will discuss are the following: do your Artist’s Statement
It is not too late to join the Portfolio Project. If you aren’t sure about it, there is plenty of information on the club website at http://nvps.org/home/?cat=14 to help you make your decision. If you are already signed up, please start uploading to the website. If you haven’t gotten registered to use the website,