Please join us for a special lecture tonight by Atlanta photographer Bob Mahoney, he will be speaking at 7pm in Room 707 in building 100.
FYI, the picture below is Bob’s work, not a picture of Bob 🙂
Atlanta, Past and Present: A collection of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s great photographers
Jill Celeste Gallery
Featuring work by: Rich Addicks, Joe Benton, W A Bridges, Louie Favorite, Chris Hunt, Bill Mahan, Frank Niemeir, Cathy Seith, Andy Sharp, Walt Stricklin, Lanna Swindler, David Tulls
Exhibition: Thu, Oct 6 to Sun, Nov 27
Jill Celeste Gallery presents a collection of Atlanta’s most celebrated and widely viewed images! Atlanta, Past and Present brings together some of the great press photographers from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, exhibiting notable images from their days at the paper alongside their more recent freelance work. Most of these images are being presented in a gallery setting for the first time.
Reception: Thu, Oct 6, 7pm – 10pm
The 2011 PPA International Print Competition was held June 11th through June 17th. Approximately Thirty of Gwinnett Tech’s Photography students showed up bright and early to volunteer their time. The students worked hard setting up judging rooms and assisting with the sorting of images.
This is the third year PPA has chosen Gwinnett Tech’s Photo Department to host the International Print Competition. It has been an invaluable experience and amazing opportunity for our students to participate in such a great event. For more information on PPA visit their website at http://www.ppa.com.
Gwinnett Tech Alumni, Zack Arias, will be teaching, The Many Uses of White Seamless, at PDN’s Photo Plus Expo this October in NYC. The workshop is based off a series of tutorials he has written on his blog: www. zarias.com
Congratulations to Jessica Cargle for her picture Redneck Ocean that was selected as picture of the month by GTC photo staff. Nice job Jessica!
Congratulations to Brian Hall for his Anti-tax tea party picture that was selected as picture of the month by GTC photo staff. Nice job Brian!