[ad_1] Representatives from the British Council, the British High Commission in Bangladesh and the Embassy of Italy in Bangladesh recently organized a photo competition on climate change. – Press release The British Council, the British High Commission in Bangladesh and the Italian Embassy in Bangladesh organized a climate change photographyRead More →

[ad_1] Beth Sholom Preservation Foundation, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin Preservation, and Western Pennsylvania Conservancy / Fallingwater have teamed up to produce Sacred spaces: Frank Lloyd Wright x Andrew Pielage, an exhibition of 30 photographs of Wright’s religious and spiritual buildings taken by Andrew Pielage. Organized by Sam Lubell, Editor-in-ChiefRead More →

[ad_1] If you’ve read our beginner’s guide to astrophotography, chances are you already have the basic knowledge to take pictures after the sun goes down and use your camera in manual mode. But why limit yourself to those nights when the conditions are favorable for celestial shooting? There are manyRead More →

[ad_1] As camera technology continues to advance at breakneck speed, it might be wise to remind ourselves how far we’ve come because it’s so easy to get caught up in the never-ending thirst for the next shiny new toy. Sometimes our focus on processors and edge-to-edge sharpness makes us forgetRead More →

[ad_1] Deji Elumoye in Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari congratulated renowned photographer Mr. Sunmi Smart-Cole on his 80th birthday yesterday. The president, in a statement released by his media adviser, Femi Adesina, praised the veteran photojournalist and talented jazz musician for capturing history in frames for around half a century. TheRead More →

[ad_1] President Muhammadu Buhari greeted professional photographer Sunmi Smart-Cole on his 80th birthday. The president, in a statement by spokesperson Femi Adesina on Saturday, praised the seasoned photo journalist and talented jazz music instrumentalist for capturing history in frames for around half a century. The president rejoiced with family, friendsRead More →

[ad_1] Peter Bunnell, professor emeritus of the history of photography and modern art David Hunter McAlpin and professor of art and archeology emeritus, died at his home in Princeton on September 20 after a long illness. He was 83 years old. Judy Dater (American, born 1941), Peter Bunnell, 1977. GelatinRead More →

[ad_1] County Weld: 4000 square miles of grandeur, greatness and yesteryear (by photographer John Fielder) Angelina’s Hunter | nordfortynews.com In anticipation of its 25th anniversary, the Weld Community Foundation commissioned renowned Colorado wildlife photographer John Fielder to produce a “coffee table book” on present-day Weld County and its history. AfterRead More →

[ad_1] gHello. Protesters in Melbourne were warned to stay away today after a second day of violent clashes between police and construction workers rallying against the mask warrants. The Labor Party’s choice for Hunter’s federal seat is criticized for its inappropriate behavior on social media. And the lockdown is liftedRead More →

[ad_1] MANILA — Since 1816, photography has become a standard visual communication method—whether it’s a personal hobby, a form of documentation, used for education, entertainment, or journalism, millions have poured their heart, soul, and vision into taking that perfect snapshot. And yet, this question still stands among fine art circles. Read More →

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[ad_1] The smartphone for Snapdragon insiders, built by ASUS ASUS and Qualcomm There is a common misconception that sensor size and megapixel count are the most important considerations when evaluating camera specs and image quality. While both of these things are undeniably important to many photography professionals and enthusiasts, theyRead More →

[ad_1] Press release Bombay, September 20: To bring holistic youth development with a focus on skills development, Ryan International Group of Institutions hosted a photography workshop and interactive session with ace photographer Advait Vaidya, executive producer and film photographer from Benetone Films, Thailand on the occasion of World Photography DayRead More →

[ad_1] She said the Public Art Commission “viewed photography and portraiture, in particular, as a powerful tool to help people truly recognize and connect with each other.” Originally, the project was scheduled to roll out in spring 2019, but Towns said community engagement was so strong the opening was pushedRead More →

[ad_1] Photographer Helena Georgiou captures subjects that are often overlooked in our daily lives. His impressive portfolio features many portraits of people we would likely meet on the street without a second glance. Georgiou gives them the limelight in his compositions, with a facet of these portraits against daring outdoorRead More →

[ad_1] Much like thousands of parents with children, Kerry Goodall has packed her camera to capture memories of her child’s events. But, unlike many other parents, this leisure activity turned into a full-time profession. Goodall, a retired teacher from Meridian Public School, has just opened Studio 154 at 67 E.Read More →

[ad_1] Professor Ken Bronowski poses with student photographers in front of the Louvre museum. (left to right): Lyndsey Cunningham, Stephanie Hamilton, Breanna Propes, Ken Bronowski, Kelly Flatt, Bridget Protsman, Erica McDermott and Jessica Rooth Students look at the Louvre Pyramid. Cain Buchmeier, Times correspondent For the second year in aRead More →

[ad_1] Lee Moorhouse Photograph Collection, PH036-6172, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon, EugeneThomas Leander Moorhouse “Major Lee”, Log Canoe on the Columbia River, c. 1900, part of the exhibition “Beside the Big River” at the Maryhill Museum of Art. GOLDENDALE, Washington – can wait, but he does notRead More →

[ad_1] MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV, one of the greatest dancers in history, became a dance photographer. His images reveal a very unorthodox style; as the title of his new exhibition at 401 Projects suggests, “Merce My Way,” its subject matter is the equally unorthodox work of another dance artist, Merce Cunningham. MrRead More →