[ad_1] Maya Maymoni, an Israeli wildlife photographer who participated in the Mkapa African Wildlife Photography Awards, received a Highly Honored Mention for the photograph she submitted. The competition was organized by the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and Nature’s Best Photography (NBP). Maymoni captured a giraffe at sunset in the middle
[ad_1] Kevin Moriarty (Missoula Current) Missoula’s only photography store, The Darkroom, opened in 1978 and offers used photo equipment spanning decades. Current owner Michael Patterson bought the store in 2006, just before the economy crashed. He overcame the economic recession and his business is now booming, thanks in part to
[ad_1] SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Nature photography is a hobby anyone can enjoy, but using the right techniques can turn an interesting photo into one you’ll want to frame as a keepsake and share with family and friends. People can get tips from nationally renowned nature photographer Tim Ernst on Dec.
[ad_1] Thirteen years ago, Chris Fulcher, then 15, lived in Sandy Hook and told The Newtown Bee about his budding career in photography. He reminisced about his early teenage days snapping photos of sporting events, including his paintball games with friends and local weddings. Fast forward to today, and Fulcher’s
[ad_1] (Matt Drzik/Beaver County Radio) “I want to show the beauty of what we have around Beaver County and the tri-state area.” Since entering Beaver County in the early 2020s, Emmanuel Panagiotakas has done just that. The owner and principal photographer of Emmanuel Fine Art Photography in Beaver has captured
[ad_1] The jury of the photography competition “My two eyes Diyarbakir” admired Diyarbakir Jury members of “Diyarbakir Two Eyes 4 Seasons Photography Contest” organized by Diyarbakir Metropolitan Municipality shared their impressions of the contest and the city. The members of the competition jury, who had the opportunity to visit the
[ad_1] New work from Above Belowa contemporary photography and mixed media collective, will explore experiences of displacement, personal trauma and loneliness in their inaugural exhibition at Comber Street Studios in Paddington from Thursday. Emily May subverts commodified beauty photography to reveal the true allure behind it. Drawing on an Indonesian
[ad_1] Legendary punk rocker and singer-songwriter Patti Smith has just released her latest creative work, A book of dayswhich feature more than 365 images and reflections on the now 75-year-old woman that capture her essence as award-winning author, mother, poet and musical icon. A book of days Reportedly inspired by
[ad_1] The winners have been announced for the second annual Natural Landscape Photography Awards. This refreshing new competition showcases landscape and nature photographers who are committed to maintaining the authenticity and realism of their images. The creators of NLPA wanted to create a community exhibit that showcases some of the
[ad_1] Tagona Press is currently organizing a book tour in Ontario to celebrate the collection of four books. The three new works presented seek to build on the success of Tagona Press’, Prince Edward – A Four Season County (2021 North American Independent Publishers Award – Best Canadian Documentary Essay).
[ad_1] : A new exhibition, ‘Capturing Nature: Early Photographs at the Australian Museum 1857 -1893’ opens November 16 at the CDU Art Gallery. Pictured: CDU Art Gallery Curator Dr. Joanna Barrkman. The earliest Australian scientific photographs on display at the CDU Art Gallery reveal the scientific discoveries of Australian Museum
[ad_1] The Independent Photographer has just announced the winners of its Open Call photography competition, which took place in October 2022. Images from over 40 countries were reviewed and 10 winners and runners-up were selected by Molly Roberts. More information about the judge: Molly Roberts is an award-winning visual editor,
[ad_1] The head of risk at multinational investment bank UBS has quit his job to become a full-time professional photographer. Christian Bluhm announced the unusual career move last week and intends to open a studio and gallery in the Swiss capital Zurich, a short distance from UBS headquarters. Bluhm has
[ad_1] “Gordon Parks: Stokely Carmichael and Black Power,” on display at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston until January 16, 2023, deserves a special place in an art museum. Parks has given us a collection of photographs that are not only visually appealing, but storytelling at its most captivating.
[ad_1] Anil Kapoor and Anand Ahuja must definitely be the cutest jodi stepdads and sons in law. Recently, Anil Kapoor shared some photos on Instagram which Anand clicked. However, what caught everyone’s attention was Anil’s legend which is simply awe-inspiring. “Art and artist @anandahuja,” reads the caption of Anil Kapoor’s
[ad_1] Here is a contest for you! We are proud to announce that The Phoblographer is a Media Partner of the Sony World Photography Awards 2023. Many people scoff at the idea of entering photography contests. But the Sony World Photography Awards have fascinated publishers, art buyers, curators, and more.
[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links New Local News Railene Hooper, a graduate of Spruce Grove Composite High School, was recently named Alberta’s top wedding photographer of the year by the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC). Pictured is her photo, “Jumping in Love,” one of a collection of four that earned her the
[ad_1] Hudson Valley One Editor Geddy Sveikauskas attends the opening of ‘Parallel Lives: Photography, Identity, and Belonging’ at i Park87 in Kingston. The exhibit will be on display until February 5, 2023. (Photo by Sue Pilla) In the possessive world of property, intention does not constitute property. Brian Wallis, executive
[ad_1] Laredo College’s latest exhibit will delight photography and nature lovers with a variety of breathtaking locations from across the United States. LC Matthew Jessie’s ‘Temporal Nature’ is an ongoing series of black and white photographs highlighting the importance of greater consideration of the natural world in the 21st century.
[ad_1] By John Huxman Freelance journalist [email protected] On Saturday, November 5, a special hallway exhibit opened at the Vernon Filley Art Museum showcasing 50 years of Pratt’s Stan Reimer photography. The exhibition will be open to the public until March 18 and there will be a mid-term reception on January
[ad_1] Photofairs, Asia’s largest photography fair, will debut in New York next year. Event organizer Creo has announced that the first New York Photofairs will take place September 8-10, 2023 at the Javits Center, right next to the Armory Show. Organized in partnership with Angus Montgomery Arts, the fair will
[ad_1] Until January 15, the People’s Pavilion of Montpellier present : Metamorphosis: Photography in France 1968-1989. Its curator Michael Poivert talks about it like this: Conceived in France as a profession, a hobby or more rarely an art, photography has become in less than a generation a major cultural fact.
[ad_1] “…my children have never made prints of their photographs, preferring to see them on a screen. It made me realize the potential loss of photography as an object for future generations…my children may not have any images to show their grandchildren as they rely on social media sites to
[ad_1] Trenton, NJ – The James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery at Mercer County Community College at 137 North Broad Street in Trenton is proud to present its upcoming photography presentation “Twosday Talks” on November 8, 2022 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. feature works and presentations by artists Mel Evans and Jackie Neale.
[ad_1] For a photographer whose main subject is death, Judith Nangala Crispin is surprisingly bubbly. Her works are “portraits of what remains after the death of an animal”, she tells the Guardian Australia. They are elegies to newly deceased creatures: lizards crushed underfoot, stillborn calves, pigeons smeared against windshields. And
[ad_1] When photography was invented in France in the 1820s, some artists predicted, even feared, that it would eventually replace painting. It didn’t happen, but photographers around the world have consistently recorded images that reveal us to ourselves, move us emotionally, and subvert our expectations. The Victoria and Albert Museum
[ad_1] The project featured today by architectural photographer Dylan Patrick is a brilliant take on hospitality photography. As Dylan showcases the LUMA Hotel in San Francisco by architect Hornberger + Worstell, you’ll notice his striking compositions, each easy to read and heroic in their own way. A recurring theme throughout
[ad_1] Nov 3, 2022, 5:28 PM I Quality content Opening of the 32nd annual festival in Bratislava. Font size:A–|A+ Comments disabled Famous Czech photographer Antonín Kratochvíl vividly remembers the day he came to photograph David Bowie. The couple met in New York’s Meatpacking District, and Kratochvíl had an idea. He
[ad_1] The new issue of Digital Photographer (opens in a new tab) is out now! This month we have another amazing issue for you, filled with professional techniques, tips and ideas. winter landscapes Capture the beauty and majesty of cold winter landscapes, working flawlessly in harsh conditions (Image credit: future)
[ad_1] Messy. Chaotic. Dark. If you were to ask someone on the street to describe the Australian bush, chances are those words would come up. (And not without reason.) The bush is well known for its inflexible nature. Monotonous expanses of brush stretching to the horizon. The dry leaf litter