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An evening of spir­ited dis­cus­sion and re­veal­ing in­sight into three pho­tog­ra­phers’ aes­thet­ics take place at Photo-eye’s FirstWed­nes­day Photography Sa­lon from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wed­nes­day, Dec. 2.

In Night Gar­den, Julie Dean, who grad­u­ated with a de­gree in photography from The Uni­ver­sity of New Mex­ico and is cur­rently a free­lance pho­tog­ra­pher, uses moon­light as her sole source of light within the con­fines of her res­i­den­tial prop­erty. Her pic­tures ex­ude an oth­er­world­li­ness far re­moved from the com­forts of the back­yard. David On­drik is also a grad­u­ate of UNM and was nom­i­nated for the 2009 Santa Fe Prize for Photography spon­sored by Cen­ter — a lo­cal non­profit that pro­motes ex­cel­lence in photography. His land­scapes com­bine dig­i­tal and ana­log medi­ums, as well as mixed me­dia. He presents his re­cent se­ries, Bosque— Pho­to­graphs of the Río Grande. Born in Van­cou­ver, self-taught pho­tog­ra­pher Jock McDon­ald has re­cently moved to Santa Fe from New York. His por­traits of ru­ral life from around the world have been pub­lished and show­cased in gal­leries and mu­se­ums in Cuba, Mex­ico, Rus­sia, and Ukraine, as well as in the United States. He shows a sam­ple of his black-and-white pho­to­graphs and screens his short film OneWorld Por­trait. Photo-eye Gallery is at 376-A Gar­cia St. The sa­lon is free. For de­tails, call 988-5152, Ext. 112.

Jock McDon­ald: Emil­lio, 2004, gelatin sil­ver print

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