Student Artwork 
This is a Goshen College Student Artwork Home Page



For larger images, make your selections below
Seniors
Spring
1998-99
Student
exhibit
1997-98
Seniors
spring
1997-98


 
 Anne
Berry
and
Sarah
Kingsley
 SENIORS
12/98



 Photography
by
Debra
Lefever

 
 

 


 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 



































































Note to Goshen College Art Students

Student assistants in ITS or any student who has taken Creating for the Web class can easily show you how to post your pages.
If you have posted your artwork on your web page and would like it linked to this page, send a note to Marvin Bartel.


Photographing artwork for web pages

  1. Digital cameras are available to check out from ITS. Goshen students may phone Pamela Weishaupt to reserve the camera.
  2. Avoid cluttered backgrounds when photographing artwork. Keep it simple, professional, and informational. Look at the art and craft journals in the library for professional examples of artwork photos.
  3. Often it is better not to use the flash so that you can see the effects of the lighting before you take the picture. Of course with a digital camera you can experiment until you get good results.
  4. For 3-D work, the background should be a different tone than your work so your work shows up well.
  5. Do not have lots of full size pictures on one web page. Folks with a modem will hit the Stop button because it takes forever to load.
  6. Save the photo files as jpg files at 72 pixels per inch.
  7. Size them so they fit the monitor easily and use lots of compression so the file size is small.
All rights reserved.  Artwork copyright, the artists. It may not be reproduced or published without the permission of the artists.  Photos copyright, Marvin Bartel, except photography pages unless noted otherwise.  Contact for web page
Updated December, 1999 
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