Art Walk | Jessie Ball duPont Center

February 5th, 2020
Downtown Jacksonville, FL.

The Jessie Ball duPont Center brings together the community and its nonprofits in a setting that appreciates our rich history while responding to the demands of today. Housed in one of Jacksonville’s architectural jewels — the former Haydon Burns Library — the Jessie Ball duPont Center provides offices for nonprofits and work and gathering spaces for the community in an energy-efficient environment with state-of-the-art technology.

Really a pleasure to meet you all last night. To address the questions I received the most, I use the Canon 5D Mark II. Standard Lens: 24-105mm. I actually don't think it matters what kind of Camera Body you use unless you really what to shoot Full Frame. (Most Cameras automatically crop the scene you capture).

To make your Photographs more Vibrant ("POP") ..Yes, a more expensive Camera improves the quality, but ..first, use the correct White Balance. A simple step that's easy to forget. Also, use a Polarizer Filter, which boosts Color and cuts down Glare from sunlight.

Editing🤔that's tough. Trial & Error. Develop your own Style, which will naturally evolve over time. I will say to those of you with older Model computers won't be able to run PhotoShop CC. It chews up too much RAM. I suggest Lightroom, or my Bestie, Adobe Camera Raw until you can upgrade hardware.

Framed | Water, No.6 (2019) by Eric Christopher JacksonWater, No.6 (2019)

Finally, these are Photographs, not Paintings. Yes, I'm sure.😅My Style is inspired, in part, by Paintings, but that's all...

Eric Christopher Jackson

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