“Campbell Salgado Studio” makes environmental changes.
The Sellwood-based photographic “Campbell Salgado Studio” announced in mid-December changes in its practices of an environmentally-friendly nature. Kim Campbell and her husband, photographer/sculptor Francisco Salgado, included in the announcement the use of digital photography, “in that there’s no wasted film, and no toxic chemicals used in the print-making process”, as well using “tree-free” cotton mats for portraits, and Roma Moulding frames, which are “free of lead contamination”. The studio is located at 8107 S.E. 16th Avenue in Sellwood.
National recognition for Sellwood photographer.
Kim Campbell, co-owner of Sellwood’s Campbell Salgado Studio on S.E. Tacoma Street, reports that she was awarded Honorable Mention in American Photo Magazine’s “2008 Images of the Year” competition, for two portraits — one of her son Tamaio in “El Pequeno Luchador”, and his friend Wiley in “El Mono Enmascarado. For information, call the studio at 503/951-8547.