Jane Fulton Alt’s Experiment in Collaboration
A photographer I greatly admire, Jane Fulton Alt, is asking the photo community to come out an collaborate. I say, why not?
Here is what Jane has to say:
So I heard about this singer who collaborates with other people to create songs. I was intriqued with the idea and decided to try something similar. When I was taking photography classes, one of the assignments was to take someone else’s negative into the darkroom and come up with a print.
Well, I have decided to try something similar, only this will be with a digital file. If you are interested in participating, I will send you the original file. You can do whatever you like to the file. Then, at the end of the month, you will send me back a jpeg of the file and I will post all the photographs.
So here is the first image. I took this while in Louisiana and think there is lots for room for creative experimentation. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for the larger file.
I will also post this project on my sidebar so you can access the project anytime.
A few thoughts about the project…NO JUDGING! Just have some fun with it! Feel free to alter it in whatever way you want. Experiment all you like. Push the boundaries.
When you are finished, please send back a jpg 72dpi 1000 pixels wide by February 29th and I will be sure to post.
In case you want to read about this on her blog, go here!
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