Jim DelGiudice - Photography
The past four years have been exceptionally creative ones for photographer Jim DelGiudice of Convent Station, winner of the Arts Council of the Morris Area's
Outstanding Professional in the Arts Award for 2001. A retrospective exhibition of eighty of his photographs, entitled
20 Years, was shown at First Night Morris County in December, 1999. Sponsored by the Arts Council along with Homeless Solutions, Inc., it traveled to five sites around the county, raising money and awareness for the homeless shelter. The exhibit's popularity brought it back to First Night, where it was expanded and reprised with the title Turning 21.
|Joe DeVico -
Joe is a full time musician who has spent countless hours sitting behind a computer working with and manipulating digital images. Although a trained musician, his passion for both photography and technology were the perfect match for Jim's years of photographic experience. He approached Jim in 2001 to advance his photographic abilities to meet his advancing digital imaging skills. After a few months of sharing knowledge with each other, Jim and Joe realized that they're experience was perfectly suited for one another and should start working together full time.
Joe's talents are put to use in both the digital darkroom and as a web designer. Along with his knowledge of digital sensor design and theory, he is experienced with both the Macintosh and PC platforms and uses Photoshop, Expression Web, Premiere and Flash on a daily basis as a part of his design work.
His publication of the "poor man's calibration method" has helped many intermediate and advanced photographers get vastly superior results from their digital imaging. To find out more about Joe you can visit his personal site at www.jdvmusic.com.