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Light in Dark Places: Show recap

sean mcclelland

[17]  First of all, thank you to everyone who came out to the show! I had a great time, made new friends, found some new resources, and received valuable and encouraging input from everyone that I talked to. And a special thank you and congratulations to Stephen and Kirk, the winners of my raffle! They each won a 16x20" aluminum print from my collection. I was humbled by their enthusiasm and appreciate after winning. I heard a rumor that Stephen is hanging his copy of Drones in an all-yellow-painted hallway… which, sounds awesome.

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Light in Dark Places: Tools of the trade

sean mcclelland

[15]  We've all been there. It's summer time, hotter that you-know-what outside, a week into your summer break, and dad "asks" you to help with a small project around the house. The next thing you know, you're hammering nails into 2x4's and fetching tools for hours on end, instead of riding your bike off sweet jumps with your friends.

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Light in Dark Places: Creative Process

sean mcclelland

[14]  It took me a while to find photography. I've always been interested in the arts, though (when I was little, I drew robots, lots of robots). I didn't go to art school, and up until 6 years ago never owned anything more than a point-and-shoot camera. For my first 3 semesters in college, I actually thought I wanted to be a computer scientist (wow, was that a F-A-I-L). There are moments, especially when I see some younger, hot-shot photographer tearing it up...

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Light in Dark Places: Passion and Pain

sean mcclelland

[13]  I am passionate about photography, and the Light in Dark places collection is a direct result of this passion. If you ask an artist to define their passion, you'll probably get an answer that either doesn't make a lot of sense, or one that is a total line of b.s. that they created when trying to survive art school. Passion is just not something that can be easily defined. It just happens.

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