Project Educate: Group Interview - #All-About-FilmToday, as part of Project Educate's focus on darkroom photography, I'm presenting an interview with All-About-Film and its founder, Evil-e33.Project Educate: Group Interview - #All-About-Film by tiganusi
Could you briefly summarize your group and its mission, along with what you accept to your gallery? What makes your group different from the rest?
All-About-Film's mission is to provide a place for lovers of film. We are about the medium, and all things that can be done with it. We accept into our galleries nearly everything, with minor excepts like gore, and some forms of graphic nudity. What sets our group apart from similarly themed groups is, we have NO quality control. We feel it is not our job to dictate to our members what is and is not good or what constitutes "Art". Our members are free to share their worst or their best without fear of being rejected.
What's your most common reason for
Project Educate: Interview - `pahnessToday, as part of Project Educate's focus on darkroom photography, I'm presenting an interview with JillAuville. She is an icon in the film photography and digital darkroom communities on deviantART, and a vocal proponent of experimenting with the medium and having fun.Project Educate: Interview - `pahness by tiganusi
Why did you join dA? Were you into photography before joining, or was it a passion that developed later?
i joined dA to display my photography; which at that time was a new found love... sort of. i did dabble in darkroom photography for a short while in art school YEARS ago but found it too technical and frustrating so i gave it up . i have always been doing art in some form though; i think i was born with a crayon in one hand and a piece of paper in the other; i was always drawing and painting when i was younger... and taking pictures of ponies and sunsets with my family's kodak instamatic (y