Having a photographer’s eye may seem easy with the advent of overused apps like Instagram and Snapchat. However, the real talent lies in knowing how to properly frame a picture and shoot with as little editing as possible. For those learning about photography, check out the upcoming photo installment at Sacramento City College featuring freelance photographers Jason Sinn and Kevin Fiscus (whose work often appears in Submerge) along with the equally talented and compelling works of Sandy Follett, Andrew Nixon, Nicole Zitzelberger (aka Blue Gate Photography) and Inga Arakelyan (aka VWP Photography). “I’ll have 12 of my photos shown at the show,” said Jason Sinn in a recent interview. “The photos were taken on a full-frame Canon 6D DSLR and are being shown on print. The subjects are fine art portraiture, music and ballet. I attended Sacramento City College for two years and earned my commercial and editorial photography certification. The SCC photography department chair, Paul Estabrook, is administrator of the gallery show. At the moment I am looking for an agent and want to become a world-traveling portrait photographer.” And while the staff at Submerge are a little biased, you can come see for yourself how professionally crafted pictures really make a difference. Find a link to the Facebook event page and RSVP to this free exhibit at Facebook.com/jasonsinnphotography. We will be here waiting for you.

    Eddie Jorgensen

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