Photography: Why is it important?

Originally posted on Pic Ur Me Photography:
As you know, photography has been around for centuries. Photographs were originally hand-painted and created through Autochrome. Now, photographs are produced digitally which means you can do adjustments to your photographs on your computer. Fun right? Photography is important because it highlight your adventure, states your overall theme, and captures your history. So when you think about snapping a photo, think about why it is important to you? Why does it matter, and I guarantee, it will make you smile Continue reading Photography: Why is it important?

Social Media: How it Affects us (Self)

Originally posted on Preacher on the Run…:
Social Media affects everything. It is everywhere in our world: at home, at the store, at school, at restaurants, at work, and in our pockets. Social media is with us and around us all the time. The truth is…IT IS AFFECTING US! But how? The social media gurus want us to think that social media is strictly positive, and great for everyone and everything. They want us to think that social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, LinkedIn, Snapchat, and texting) are all about building relationships and passing on information. But is social media… Continue reading Social Media: How it Affects us (Self)

ColumbiaBroadside Project

  Join us for the closing reception of The Columbia Broadside Project‘s month-long exhibit at Tapp’s Arts Center. The closing reception will feature a panel discussion with some of the poets and artists, readings by Will Garland, Susan Levi Wallach, Worthy Branson Evans, Susan Laughter Meyers, and Ray McManus, live music from Death of Paris (acoustic) and Pan, food and drinks, and maybe a few little surprises. We’ll be posting the full lineup and schedule for the readings, discussion panel, and musical performances soon. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit The Columbia Broadside Project on Facebook or email us at … Continue reading ColumbiaBroadside Project