Bringing two worlds that have never crossed paths before into a work of harmonic art. 20 rolls of film will lead the narrative for 40 different stories. The idea comes from artists Dandy DeNiro and Zachariah Hagy. Being still in quarantine and hungry for creativity and connection "Exposed Harmony" was born.
how it works
Each artist will either receive a roll of film for their own camera or a film camera with film in it. Both parties will shoot the roll of the film not knowing who the other is until the magazine is published. This is a great way to meet and connect with someone whom you may have never connected with otherwise.
There is a 3 day period from when you receive the film/camera to when you have to ship back the film/camera. You will receive your images at the time of publication to use for social, print, etc.
Big thanks to our friends at Express Photo for helping us out with the development and processing! If you have film that needs to be developed and scanned they are incredibly affordable and take shipments!
By submitting the content attached (“Exposed Harmony”), I hereby grant to Something Different Magazine, on behalf of Zachariah Hagy (hereinafter “Publisher”), the non-exclusive right to reproduce, translate, display, and/or distribute all contents of the artist's submission as part of Something Different’s “Exposed Harmony” (“Journal”), in print and electronic format and in any medium. You also agree that the Publisher may make and retain more than one copy for the purpose of preservation, security, and backup of Online Stories. You also agree that the Publisher may make any alterations, changes, and edits to the submission as they see fit in order to best suit the Journal. You represent that you, as sole author and/or on behalf of your co-authors, have the authority to grant the rights contained in this agreement. You also represent that your Exposed Harmony submission does not, to the best of your knowledge, infringe upon anyone’s copyright. If the submission contains material for which you do not hold copyright, you represent that you have obtained the unrestricted permission of the copyright owner to grant the Publisher the rights in this agreement, and that such third-party owned material is clearly identified and acknowledged within the text or content of the submission of Exposed Harmony. Alternatively, you represent that your use of third party material is allowed because the material is in the public domain or you have performed a fair use analysis and reasonably believe your use is permitted. The author understands that the Publisher may grant these same rights to Journal. Additionally, the author also grants the right to both Journal and Publisher to enter into agreements with third-party entities that grant such third party entities any or all of the rights that the author has granted to Publisher herein. The aforementioned rights may include the rights necessary to index and abstract the Submission.
Thank you to all the artists who make this possible.