New Photography added in 2017 to Shannon Drawe Photography
The galleries are coming together now. As I said, the art images will be for sale here – probably sometime in February. Meanwhile, I am about to prepare some images from a group I shot awhile back, the “Blurs.” Read more…
Along with the move to consolidate the two websites – moving www.sdphotography.com (est. 1993) to www.shannondrawe.com, I will be taking the necessary steps at SHANNONDRAWE.COM to enable purchase of prints from this website. It may be another Pandora’s Box of hacking problems, but we have to give it a try, don’t we?
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I am enjoying the transition of the websites – when I have time during this crazy time of year. The Tent Rocks images will probably be integrated into a larger “Landscape Gallery” as this integration continues.
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Welcome back my friends – to the show that never ends! Read more…
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New photography projects are coming from all directions and in all flavors these days.
Stay tuned for a snippet of a new video project about a local artisan. Stay tuned for a comprehensive editorial project expected to last several years, and a third project that is completely off the wall in every way.
The most interesting and commercial project comes attached to a UNT Ad Design student who did a fantastic job on her concept and getting everything lined up as far as the three photo shoots on three locations in the Denton, Texas, area.
I will wait for the final product to show you how the photography and typography turned out … I bet it will be great.
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Finally finished production on a new video for www.richarddavissculpture.com. The beginning just lent itself to being a black-and-white segment, and the audio on the furnace and production work seems to work nicely in the background of the spoken audio. The foundry process is incredibly loud and dramatic, so balancing things out took a little while.
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Photographs Do Not Bend is having a book signing event at their Dragon Street Gallery November 14 from 5-9pm for Tadd Myers book “Portraits of the American Craftsman. I took note of this book, and Tadd’s work awhile back, first because it is published by Lyons Press (a big time fly fishing book publisher), and second because it is so rare to see photography categorized as “Art” that is images of living people.
So many of today’s photography art instructors, at the accredited university level, are deathly afraid of photographing people, and they react viscerally to the subject. I used to think I could set them straight, but why bother? University photography education may not provide me with viable freelance assistants, but it also provides a great deal of job security.
It’s refreshing to see images of people in their environment, especially craftsmen working their craft.
1202 Dragon St.
Dallas, TX 75207