The fourth - and final - topic we’re going to be collaborating on for the series of social impact videos we’re teaming w/ Pivot to make is RE: Public and Private. Contribute all your art & ideas on this media topic to the collaboration.
EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord yourself on Camera discussing your thoughts on Public and Private or answer the following questions briefly and concisely:
What do you make Public? What do you keep Private? Be specific.
Do you post anything of yours (writing, photos, etc.) on any Social Media Outlets? Why or why not?
Do you post any of your thoughts or art somewhere Private, like a journal?
How do you decide what you make Public and what you keep Private? Or do you not think about it that much? Explain.
Have you ever experienced any consequences for sharing something Publicly? Did you regret it? Explain.
Have you ever shared something Publicly that you had kept Private for a long time? Did you experience positive results from doing so? What happened?
We’ve got an update and new requests from Marke on the Patterns Book we’re making - come work with us on it!
WRITERS: Identify a Curated Chapter in THIS ALBUM & write a Text Record that will connect the chapter’s theme to the patterns within the chapter. Please refer to THIS TEXT RECORD by The Shuttersmith as an example of how text can connect to a chapter’s theme, like the theme of “Copy Cat” in that case.
META-CURATORS: Curate what other artists have curated by by making a RecordLIKE THIS by MeTaL_PoU that outlines the way you think the Patterns book should be organized.
I’m super-stoked to announce that the ad campaign we collaborated on with SONY for their RX100 II camera has officially launched!
Throughout the fall and early winter you will see a number of different variations of this ad online, in magazines, within SONY retail stores, and on outdoor signage like billboards and bus wraps all over the U.S. - so keep an eye out for them.
Earlier this year, Sony sent RX100 II cameras to fifty of some of the more prominent and established photographers on hitRECord for the purpose of shooting images for this ad campaign. And we’re proud that these photographers were chosen by members of our community.
I would like to say thank you to SONY for coming on board to support us again in 2013. And, as a result of this partnership, all of 2013’s money-making productions - including the photographs featured in this ad campaign - will receive a portion of this sponsorship money.