Enhancing Your Art Practice with AI: A Simple Guide to Using ChatGPT
Steve Giovinco Fine Art Photography Blog
by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
AI and Artists? It’s Not What You Think… If you are old enough like me to remember when computers took over the graphics industry or when Photoshop replaced the photographic darkroom, just keep an open mind for a moment. (Not to disparage those using drawing by hand or making images with negatives and chemicals.) The point is: AI is just a tool, and a helpful one for artists. No, I’ll not be focusing on using AI to create art—that is for others to figure out. Rather, this is intended to show how artists can use tools such as ChatGPT to help. In the ever-evolving world of creative endeavors, st ..read more
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Capturing Iceland’s Environmental Transformations and Mythic Sagas: 3 Time Fulbright Semi-Finalist
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by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
My planned 2024-2025 Fulbright Fellowship has a dual focus: capturing the lesser-known areas of Iceland that are undergoing environmental transformations and the mythic locales referenced in Icelandic Sagas. My time will be divided equally between capturing these evocative photographs and engaging in research, teaching, and community involvement. This is my third time as a Fulbright arctic semi-finalist. As a visual artist, my work increasingly seeks to blend research, environmental awareness, and cultural narratives. My aspiration is to engage international audiences with new storytelling pe ..read more
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NYC Photo Exhibition | Review | Grant | Dutch Trip | Residency | Benefit Auction: Recent News, Steve Giovinco
Steve Giovinco Fine Art Photography Blog
by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
I am excited to share some recent developments. They include a New York exhibition at Scandinavia House; an exhibition review; a fellowship grant; working for a month in The Netherlands supported the Netherland-America Foundation; being artist-in-resident at the Bloedel Reserve, WA; and participation in a benefit auction for Photographic Center Northwest. See more below. Exhibition Arctic Edge Steve Giovinco, Marion Belanger, Clare Benson Scandinavia House 58 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016 Tue-Sat—12–6 PM, Free October 21, 2022 – February 22, 2023 Includes seven 50×38” night landscape photogr ..read more
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Musee Magazine Exhibition Review: Arctic Edge, Scandinavia House in New York, with Steve Giovinco [Video]
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by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
The post Musee Magazine Exhibition Review: Arctic Edge, Scandinavia House in New York, with Steve Giovinco [Video] first appeared on Steve Giovinco ..read more
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Night Landscape Photographs in The Netherlands Made at Sites at Risk of Climate Change Supported by Grant Funding @SteveGiovinco
Steve Giovinco Fine Art Photography Blog
by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
Netherlands-American Foundation Grant Supported Fine Art Night Landscape Photographic Project This project, funded by a grant in 2022, was made in two areas in The Netherlands. First, I photographed in and near the Nieuw Land National Park in Flevoland. I became obsessed with the area because both the park and the province of Flevoland were created completely from reclaimed land in the 1960s and 1970s. Nieuw Land National Park was initially allowed to revert to its natural setting and was populated with animal species that would have roamed the region thousands of years ago. There was an atte ..read more
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Ethereal Night Ice: Greenland Nightlandscape Photographs @SteveGiovinco
Steve Giovinco Fine Art Photography Blog
by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
I became interested in Greenland several years ago when coming across what seemed a somewhat lost thread of Western history. Taking place in windswept, remote southern Greenland was the probable launch of an epic European exploration led by Norse Leif Eriksson to North America in c. 1000–centuries before other colonialists. Strewn throughout the small settlements were 11th-century ruins, casually spread among sheep farms and the primordial landscape. When I began creating night landscape photographs there, walking alone in near complete darkness was both terrifying and mesmerizing. I looked to ..read more
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House, Bloedel Reserve Creative Residency [Video]
Steve Giovinco Fine Art Photography Blog
by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
While attending the Bloedel Reserve Creative Residency on Bainbridge Island, Washington, I spent three weeks in this stunning “cottage”. Originally built for Prentice Bloedel, the house sits in the forest, but is on the edge of the park’s entrance. Highlights were deer coming to the window and being awoken by coyotes howling at night. The post House, Bloedel Reserve Creative Residency [Video] first appeared on Steve Giovinco ..read more
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New Work [Presentation]
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by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
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Artist Talk: Photographing the Night Landscape at Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Island
Steve Giovinco Fine Art Photography Blog
by Steve Giovinco
3M ago
Artist Talk Sunday, August 28, 3-4:30pm Bloedel Reserve 7571 NE Dolphin Dr Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 See more at: https://bloedelreserve.org/event/giovinco/ I’m pleased to present an artist talk on work created during a residency at the Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Island, WA. It takes place Sunday, August 28, from 3 to 4:30pm at the Bloedel Reserve. The talk includes photographs made at night during the three weeks spent walking the woods in darkness, a discussion on my working procedure, and answering audience questions. All the images were created using a digital camera mounted on a tripod ..read more
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