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from the studio of Amy M. Ditto & Aperture Photography

Are you as excited about the arrival of spring as we are?  The summer show season is right around the bend, and all kinds of great things are happening this month and next!  Read on to learn about upcoming shows, Fine Art specials, and more!

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“Intensity” Wins Honorable Mention

“Intensity” recently was awarded an honorable mention in the 2013 “Color it Red” contest held by Red Dog News. Two of Amy’s gallery mates at the Albuquerque Photographers’ Gallery also had images selected!

Corrales Society of Artists Studio Tour

Last year, Amy was juried into the Corrales Society of Artists and this May she will be displaying her work during the Corrales Society of Artists Studio Tour. Seventy-five artists are participating in this must-see event which runs May 4th & 5th from 10-5.  A map listing participating artists and studio locations is available via the website.  Amy is #53 on the map and will be at 146 Camino Rayo del Sol.  Hope to see you there!

New Images by Amy

Every creative person knows that inspiration comes in fits and starts.  Below is a small sampling of the work Amy has been doing so far in 2013!

A Dark & Stormy Night
©2013  Amy M. Ditto
El Super Servicio de Santo Niño
©2013 Amy M. Ditto
Offering
©2013 Amy M. Ditto

INSIGHT 2013

The 2013 women’s photography show INSIGHT will soon be underway.  Amy’s images “Offering” (above), “A Dark & Stormy Night” (above), & “Solace” (above right) will all be on display.  (Solace and Dark and Stormy are on framed canvas– and wow do they look great!)  Those interested in seeing the show can find it at the Fine Arts Building at the New Mexico State Fairgrounds in Albuquerque April 7-27th (11-6pm).

About Amy:

Amy got her Ph.D. in Biology in ’06 but also had training in Fine Art photography and a strong desire to pursue her creative side in a more tangible fashion.  When her husband Stefan mentioned starting up a business in photography, an old love was rekindled, and she supported him with vigor and enthusiasm.

You can find her work on display (and for sale) at the Albuquerque Photographer’s Gallery, and online at amyditto.com.  Call her at 505.286.1127, or contact her online via her artist website with inquiries regarding purchase!

You can also follow Amy on Facebook & Twitter!  (Links below!)

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This month, Amy is doing a give-away of her most popular image of 2012.  Like her page on Facebook for details, and enter to win!  (Click here for the contest entry form!)  The more you share, the more chances you get to win!
Google Business Photos

As many of you are aware, Stefan and I live and breathe photography.  While I may make enough to buy the dog food with my Fine Art, it’s really our commercial and portrait work that pays the bills.  A year ago, Stef launched Google Business Photos in New Mexico, taking Google Street View straight into businesses.  He was recently interviewed on KRQE 13.  Click this link to see the interview!

And, please contact us for more information at 286.1127!  A walkthrough for your business is very affordable, and has tremendous bang for your advertising buck!

Check out this example tour!

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Image by Tom Corbett, 2006

“Legendary Local” Lee Marmon at APG

If you have lived in the Southwest for any length of time, the image in the portrait above probably looks familiar.  Of “White Man’s Moccasins” Lee Marmon says “I never imagined that the photo would become so iconic, I remember asking him to take his photo, just like I did to others. It represented a place and time and I’m grateful I had a chance to be there.”  (For more of this wonderful interview with Lee see this article in the Albuquerque Journal.)

It’s not often you get to meet an icon.  Someone who was positioned perfectly in space and time to document a culture in flux. And, someone with the talent to do it well.  That’s who eighty-seven year old Lee Marmon is, and that is exactly what his work accomplished.

Through a special arrangement with the Pueblo of Acoma, The Albuquerque Photographers’ Gallery is thrilled to host a showing of Lee’s work entitled Lee Marmon: The Acoma Collection throughout the months of March and April.  The images on display are among the last of his personally printed and signed photographs.  High quality posters are also available.

As an extra treat, Lee will be at the gallery Saturday March 30th and Saturday April 13th from 1-4pm signing posters and chatting with folks.  His photos– historic and unique– are as diverse as the life he has lived.  You really should try and catch this show!

You can find gallery & show information here!

About Stefan:

Stef’s background is in Computer Science and Studio Art.  In 2010, he decided to make a career change, and founded Aperture Photography with his wife, Amy. Stefan’s talents are many, ranging from portraiture to gorgeous commercial and food photography. He was Director of Photography for the first ever Santa Fe Fashion week, and is a Google Certified Photographer providing walk-throughs for New Mexico businesses.

Visit Aperture Photography for examples of his work and to contact him for all of your photographic needs. Or call: 505.286.1127!

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