From October 22, 2022 to January 1, 2023, Deauville will host the thirteenth edition of Planches Contact, the photography festival directed by Laura Serani in its Franciscan building. “Do you remember this photo of Cartier-Bresson taken in May 1968? We see a middle-aged man, elegant, dark suit, hat screwed onRead More →

Bike Bothy owner Kevin Riddoch in the alley next to his store. A new photography exhibit in the city center celebrates locals growing their own fruits and vegetables – in the most unlikely places. Photographer Alexander Williamson’s exhibition at Forres Town Hall began as part of the ‘Unexpected Gardens’ projectRead More →

LOS ANGELES, September 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Amazonia: Photograph by Sebastião Salgado, designed by Lélia Wanick Salgado, will make its North American debut at the California Science Center on October 21, 2022. This multimedia experience, presented with the generous support of the Annenberg Foundation, includes photographs, videos and an envelopingRead More →

Some of Danton McDiffett’s photographs are exhibited in Gallery 708. Photo courtesy of Salina Public Library”/>Some of Danton McDiffett’s photographs are exhibited in Gallery 708. Photo courtesy of Salina Public Library Salina Public Library Photographer Danton McDiffett is currently presenting his exhibition Memories on metal in Gallery 708 of theRead More →

As an industry, we need to do better. For our profession, for beginners and experienced photographers, for customers who do not get all the information. We must stand up to those who devalue our work by misleading clients and new photographers. It’s time to stop allowing it. Let’s look atRead More →

The Classic Jazz Visions concert series returns to the main stage on Saturday, October 1, 2022, with a public reception at 6:30 p.m. and a show at 7:30 p.m. This unique musical and pictorial tribute to Jack Bradley’s jazz photography was a completely sold out hit when it first appearedRead More →

Woods and forests have been a source of inspiration for artists and storytellers for centuries. Characteristic gnarled tree branches, dancing leaves and details that blend into a hazy background bring an almost dreamlike quality, evoking memories of fantasy tales and epic poetry. These aspects make woodland landscape images popular withRead More →

Sunday, September 25, 2022 1:00 p.m. Kopje Regional Park, 15480 Carr’s Landing Road, Lake Country Fireweed Eco-Fest is an eco-arts festival that welcomes writers, comedians, visual artists, musicians and performers from the Okanagan Valley and across Canada for three days of high caliber performances at alongside socially responsible artistic creationsRead More →

An aurora dances, illuminating the night sky. The Milky Way stretches over the snow-capped peaks. An abstract view of the sun and the moon. These images and many more make up the winning cohort of this year’s Astronomical Photographer of the Year awards, presented annually by the Royal Observatory GreenwichRead More →

After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus due to COVID, the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago has finally reopened, and a new photography exhibit is one of the gems of the revived museum. The “Resilience” exhibition features works by Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark, who happens to be a relative of theRead More →

Image source: INDIA TV/ SHREYA SINGH Sharmila Pataudi, with Sanjay Bhattacharya on her first mobile photo exhibition. Sanjay Bhattacharya’s first-ever mobile photographic exhibition opened at Bikaner House, Main Building, New Delhi on September 9, 2022. The exhibition began with the lighting ceremony of the lamps in the presence of veteranRead More →

Sedona News – Join the Sedona Camera Club for a presentation by Sedona resident and professional photographer Bob Coates. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. on Monday, September 26, 2022 at Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona. Doors open at 5:30 a.m. Bob will walk you through how toRead More →

Photo: Beyond My Ken, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons Combined Collection represents some of the most important American stage photography of the past 40 years The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts is pleased to announce that the Billy Rose Theater Division has made the archives ofRead More →

Every year I hear that some new technology is going to kill the photography industry. I ignored everything, until now. Smartphones are killing the camera market. In 2007, over 110 million digital cameras were sold, but in 2021 the world bought only 8.4 million. The phones come with multiple camerasRead More →

“Discrete Multivariate Analysis”, Thomas J. Barrow, 1981, gelatin silver photograms, with automotive lacquers and epoxy enamel, 16 × 19¾ inches. (New Mexico Art Museum/Cameron Gay) During the early to mid-20th century, the works of Ansel Adams and Edward Weston were considered the pinnacle of great photography. The artists who followedRead More →

Kola Adeleke, Executive Director, Corporate Banking, Ecobank Nigeria; CEO/Senior Partner, Pocket Lawyers, Ngozi Nwabueze; Veteran creative photographer, painter and artist, Kelechi Amadi -Obi, Executive Director/Chief Risk Officer, Ecobank Nigeria, Biyi Olagbami and Photojournalist, Agence France-Presse (AFP), Pius Utomi Ekpei at the photography pavilion, l Art and Design Exhibition (PADE) byRead More →

– Advertising – BY N. LOTHUNGBENI HUMTSOE New Delhi – A day to celebrate the creativity and nuances of photography that have fascinated us for years. Photography is a timeless medium of storytelling that beautifully captures the authenticity of time, emotions, culture, history, and more. World Photography Day is celebratedRead More →

SISTERS Susan Campbell and Paula Hickey will illuminate their practice as visual artists with an exciting ‘cyanotype’ workshop at Kinvara Courthouse later this month. Ahead of the launch of their joint exhibition titled “Twofold”, the acclaimed artists will discuss their creative practice and invite others to experiment with this ancientRead More →

If you’re trying to establish your name as a professional photographer, creating the right website and choosing an appropriate domain name for your business is critical to your success. Full disclosure: This article was sponsored by Identity Digital. Building your brand as a photographer can be an overwhelming task. TheRead More →

The Screen Time exhibition features a global, cross-generational group of contemporary artists exploring the changing role of video and photography in the age of digital communication and social media. Their work considers what it means to be an artist in a society where online culture is ubiquitous and new platformsRead More →

Minimalism isn’t just about black and white, though it often defines style. The winners of this year’s Minimalist Photography Awards have shown that whether it’s a monochromatic scene or a vibrant tableau, less is more and you don’t need an elaborate set to capture a convincing picture. Related: How toRead More →

Photography is a medium that sometimes acts as a time machine. Joseph Agius talk to the photographer NICKY CONTI on his current exhibition, Memories of my islandat the Malta Postal Museum. JA: American photographer Paul Strand once said, “The artist’s world is limitless. It can be found anywhere, far fromRead More →

Fire Island Pine Historic Preservation Society present 1970s Fire Island Memories: Photography by Meryl Meisler, housed at the Ice Palace Resort, home to the Ice Palace nightclub, a staple of Fire Island since the 1950s and the location of several iconic images on display. Meryl Meisler grew up in theRead More →

The Township of Russell invites amateur, amateur and professional photographers to submit their images for the Township of Russell Photography Exhibit! This year’s theme is “Hometown Future”. The township wants photographers to think about where they might imagine where their hometown is heading. What has changed, what is changing andRead More →