Monday, November 1, 2021, 11:06 a.m.Press Release: Creative New Zealand Creative New Zealand, in partnership with world-renowned VII Academy photojournalists, is pleased to announce the eight recipients of its inaugural Pacific Photography Program for 2021. Top row: Niko Talo, Soteria Ieremia, Nick Netzler and Mele Siniva Williams. Bottom row: JasmineRead More →

Continuing education news The FE News Channel gives you the latest education news and updates on emerging education strategies and # The future of education and the #AvenirduTravail. Providing reliable and positive continuing education news and opinions since 2003, we are a digital news channel with a mix of writtenRead More →

As someone who believes that social responsibility is an extension of photography, it was natural for Nithya Rajkumar, licensed professional photographer and mentor, to launch a project that celebrated individuals and their eternal spirits. But what started as a one-time portrait photoshoot in 2018 – of a stage III breastRead More →

In line with “Sustainability Day” and aligned with main Canon objectives (www.Canon-CNA.com) Pillar of “The Future of the Planet” – “Moments That Matter” is open to applications from photography enthusiasts from around the world aged 18 and over; Focused on four categories: Environment, Human, Social and Economic, the jury includesRead More →

CHICAGO (CBS) – Someone you know has breast cancer. Statistically, you can’t avoid it. 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with the disease in her lifetime. A suburban survivor wants to develop compassion and understanding of your friend, neighbor or colleague’s battle with breast cancer, so she’s been takingRead More →

As NFT art grows rapidly, a group of creatives, including portrait photographer Peter Hurley, are taking a different approach to the cryptocurrency-based digital art authentication platform. With a team from his Headshot Crew educational platform, Hurley, who is a longtime WPPI speaker, creates a digital world, or “metaverse” for photographersRead More →