Street photography is photography that features the human condition within public places and does not necessitate the presence of a street or even the urban environment. The subject of the photograph might be absent of people and can be an object or environment where the image projects a decidedly human character in facsimile or aesthetic. Framing and timing are key aspects of the craft, with the aim of creating images at a decisive or poignant moment.
Topic: STREET PHOTOGRAPHY (Non-Vintage)
Where: ARC (Adult Recreation Center)
When: Tuesday, Apr 2, 2019, 7:00pm-8:30pm
Judge: Forest McMullin
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All image submissions are due by 4 PM on Sunday, 3/31/2019.
About Our Judge, Forest McMullin
FOREST MCMULLIN IS A FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER, CONSULTANT, AND PHOTOGRAPHIC EDUCATOR BASED IN ATLANTA, GA. HE SPECIALIZES IN PHOTOGRAPHING FRINGE SOCIAL GROUPS AND IS RESPECTED FOR HIS ABILITY TO BRING OUT THEIR DIGNITY WHILE STILL SHOWING THEM WITH DIRECTNESS AND HONESTY.
His photographs have been exhibited across the United States as well as in Paris and Beijing. His work is found in numerous public and private collections. Currently he is a full time Professor of Photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design’s Atlanta campus and delivers lectures and workshops around the US. His consultations include portfolio development, marketing strategies, business planning, and equipment and technical advice. He works with individuals, businesses, and industry leaders. He has received many fellowships, grants, and artist residencies.
His commercial clients include: Corning Inc., Xerox, Ford Motor Company, Bausch & Lomb, Praxis Pharmaceuticals, General Motors, Blue Cross Blue Shield, First Republic Bank, Cornell University, Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Fidelity Investments, American Bar Association, and DuPont.
His photographs have appeared multiple times in many print and web publications, including: Time, Forbes, Fortune, Business Week, People, Audubon, Entertainment Weekly. Smithsonian Magazine, ESPN Magazine, Runner’s World, The New York Times, The London Sunday Times, Der Stern, Photo District News, le Monde, HuffingtonPost.com, Slate.com, BBCMundo.com, FeatureShoot.com, DesignTaxi.com, and LensCulture.com.
He has had solo exhibitions at the following: Thomas Deans Fine Art, Rochester Institute of Technology, Fourth Street Photo Gallery, Buffalo Museum of Science, Rochester Women’s Foundation, Sun Valley Center of the Arts, University of Southern Maine, Colby College.
He has had work in numerous group exhibitions, including at the following institutions: George Eastman Museum, Everson Museum of Art, Griffin Museum of Photography, Houston Center of Photography, Lightwork, MOCA Jacksonville, Hudson River Museum, Haverford College, Emory University, Visual Studies Workshop, Center for Photography at Woodstock, and Atlanta Contemporary Art Center.
To see Forest’s work please visit: www.forest-mcmullin.com