Friday, September 18, 2009
Two of my cityscapes will be used as background scenes for the Metro State News Room where the "The Met Report" is broadcast.
The Met Report is an Emmy award-winning student television and internet newscast at Metropolitan State College of Denver. It's mission is to cover breaking news throughout the Auraria Campus that interest Metro State students. Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 11:30 a.m. the Met Report’s newscast produces a 20-minute news segment, which can be viewed on the Internet using this link, on campus channel 20, or on Denver cable channel 54.
Cheryl Carter, my client with the Auraria Campus Student Auxilliary Services, said the students wanted some local artwork of Denver night scenes to serve as the backdrop during the broadcasts or as the final screen image while credits are running. In the screen shot above, you can see the gorgeous aerial photograph of the campus right behind the anchors that now serves as their backdrop.
I think it's another great way to gain exposure for my business, especially since I will be credited as the photographer. But I have to admit being a little nervous too...I've been asked to supply digital files that are large enough to print canvases that are 42x72. I've never seen one of my images blown up to such a commanding size. Talk about letting it all hang out!