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Some digital cameras can show these blown highlights in the picture assessment, permitting the photographer to re-shoot the picture with a modified publicity. Others compensate for the whole contrast of a scene by selectively exposing darker pixels longer. A 3rd approach is used by Fujifilm in its FinePix S3 Professional digital SLR. The image sensor accommodates extra photodiodes of decrease sensitivity than the … Read More

For 20 years, Monmouth Arts has been celebrating the power of arts education in the county. And this year, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, is no different.

The arts advocacy organization announced that the Monmouth Arts Education Awards will take place virtually at 6:30 p.m. on Friday.

The awards will honor arts educators, organizations, leaders and advocates, as well as two high school seniors, who will be presented with scholarships to support their higher education art studies.

Anna Zimmer and Liam Umbs will receive Monmouth Arts Emerging Artist Scholarships.

Honored this year are:

  • Middletown Arts Center, Community Arts Education Organization
  • Dr. Ryan Brandau of Monmouth Civic Chorus, Community Champion of the Arts
  • John Dias, Michael Hurst and Kate Cordaro of Two River Theater, Arts Organization Leaders
  • Norma Tolliver of Main Ave Galleria, Arts Education Advocate
  • Jill Alexander of Wall High School, Outstanding Educator in Visual Arts 
  • Cindy Dwyer of Mater Dei Prep, Outstanding Educator in Performing Arts.

The two students honored are Liam

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Earlier this spring, Kellogg Community College hosted an annual Student Art Exhibition featuring 97 works from nearly 50 students currently in art, photography, multimedia and graphic design programs.

Three of them were local students and all earned an honorable mention in the show — Jacob Taylor of Coldwater, Rachelle Hawks of Union City and Kristen Lehman of Bronson.

Jacob Taylor

Taylor, graduated from Coldwater High School in 2020 and about the same time, he started using a camera more seriously.

“My interests in photography spiked when we had that weird sun last year when the California fires smoke distorted the way the sun looked,” Taylor said.

Maybe it also helped the his girlfriend, Alli, is also an artist herself who mostly does paintings.

“The thing that drew me to photography is the fact that you’re not necessarily creating anything, but instead you are changing a person’s perception of the

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The winners of the 2021 Congressional Art Competition for Maine’s Second District included students from Auburn, Lee, Lewiston and Rangeley. All were recognized for their work, with first place going to Whitney Perkins from Lewiston High School.

Perkins’ photograph, “Curious,” is to be displayed in the U.S. Capitol Building alongside winning artists from districts across the country.

“Curious” by Whitney Perkins Contributed photo

Competition jurors Carolyn Wallace-Zani and Teddi-Jann Covell selected the winners. Wallace-Zani is an award-winning artist who owns a Brewer studio and teaches in Bangor. Covell, an Orono painter with work in Damariscotta, Hallowell and Millinocket galleries, also judged the work.

“I wish I could personally congratulate each artist for submitting their work into this competition,” said Wallace-Zani, according to a news release from U.S. Rep. Jared Golden’s office. “I also applaud them for having the confidence to put themselves out there for judgment. I must commend each

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