Alecs Konson | Untitled

July 2012



Compelling visual moments present themselves without notice or warning. Mobile photography enables me to capture these moments. My phone is not delicate, it is always available, it is discreet. I have the freedom to be creating at any moment, to grab meaningful stills from the film reel that is life.

Alecs Konson

Alecs Konson – Untitled Gallery




Born in the Ukraine, Alecs Konson and her family immigrated to the U.S. in the 1970s. Her love of photography started as a teenager growing up in Queens, New York, where her father set up a darkroom in their small apartment.
A self-taught photographer, Alecs learned to shoot on a fully manual film camera and spent many hours in a traditional darkroom. Alecs shoots a variety of subjects including street photography, travel, and everyday life.
She has taught at The Showcase School of Photography and exhibited her work in Atlanta, where she currently lives.
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Jerry Atnip has a 38-year career as a commercial and fine art photographer. His images have been published in 40 countries, and since 2003, he’s held over 75 exhibitions and been presented with over 90 awards. He is also a teacher, workshop director, curator, juror, frequent lecturer and serves on the boards of several Arts & Photography organizations, including Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival and Slow Exposures Photofestival. His work has been collected by museums, corporate and private collectors and he is an Exhibiting Member of The National Arts Club in New York.


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