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Photos by: Alyse Futch It seems the Colquitt County Arts


Center has played a big part in your life. Moultrie is fortunate to have such a quality arts center. Why do you feel it is important for people to get involved with the facility, and what important role do you feel it plays for the community? We are very fortunate to have the


Colquitt County Arts Center, and I wish more kids and teenagers would participate in activities and classes there. You never know what hobby or career is right for you until you try it out and research it.


We live in a digital world now. Do you enjoy digital or film photography the most and why? I am absolutely in love with the dark-


room although it is impractical com- pared to digital because digital is so much quicker. Tere's just something magical about the darkroom and developing your own film and seeing your image slowly appear while agitat- ing your print in the developer. If I continue to create fine art on the side, I would choose to use 4x5 film with a field camera if I have access to a dark- room. Although, I love the perfection of digital, and it will most definitely be what I primarily use.


Where do you see yourself in 10 years? I see myself hopefully extremely suc-


cessful and working under a very well- known photographer or being a very well known photographer myself.


What would you say to those who are still in school and trying to figure out what they want to do or become? Do what you love because you're


going to have to do it for a long time.u


Contact Alyse at: alysefutch@gmail.com www.facebook.com/alysefutchphotography


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Photos by: Alyse Futch


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