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Re: [OM] Going Public with Photo project

Subject: Re: [OM] Going Public with Photo project
From: Chris Crawford <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2010 02:41:27 -0400
Bill,

That's cool, where are you applying to for grad school? I'm working on my
masters in History now at Indiana University Fort Wayne. I'm a little over
half done. I'm just taking 2 classes at a time so I have time to care for my
son and do commercial work to pay the bills. I will have taken 5 yrs to
finish a degree that usually takes 2, but I'm not in a hurry. I'm getting it
for personal enjoyment, not a career goal...so having time to take pictures,
be with my son, and earn money are more important to me. Are you going to go
fulltime or do it part time like I'm doing? I can't wait to see your
project!



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On 11/3/10 5:34 PM, "NSURIT@xxxxxxx" <NSURIT@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> For a good number of months I've more of less kept my head down as I worked
>  away on a portfolio project the subject of which is the fellow I have
> spoken  about who has all the tractors.   The unspoken part of the project is
> that I am applying for admission to a MFA program which would begin in the
> spring.  All of the images where printed on an intaglio press using the
> chine colle technique.  The project, the press and the printing  technique are
> all new to me this year.  Although I've been behind  a camera for many years,
> this is the first time I've really done a portfolio  of congruent images
> that represents a single body of work. It is 24 images  deep and could be
> twice that with the images I've already shoot.  I trotted  it out in front of
> a 
> group of 25-30 photographers last night (one of whom is  from this list) and
> it was very well received.  I'll let the list know  how my application goes
> and when the portfolio gets to the web, I'll let you  guys know that also.
> Bill  Barber   


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