One of the most attractive photographers of the 20and century, Francesca Woodman’s images are fleeting and ephemeral, executed with ghostly fragility and startling innocence. Poignant and surreal, at times nightmarish and intensely dark, his photography speaks to the mind, haunts the heart with a feverish honesty not too often foundRead More →

Highland Cinema, Fort William is launching an international photography competition today, in honor of traditional Scottish buildings with red roofs. Scotland has a fantastic range of beautiful red-roofed buildings, from croft houses in the Highlands to barn roofs in Shetlands and buildings in the townscapes of the central belt. ThisRead More →

the Platform ten Foundation, which brings bringing together three Vaudois cantonal museums on the site of the new Quartier des Arts in Lausanne, announces the appointment of Nathalie Herschdorfer as Director of Photo Élysée, Cantonal Museum for Photography. Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator, art historian and photo historian, and currentlyRead More →

news, latest news, Five years after his death, Warrnambool photographer John ‘Jack’ Wilkins is being honored in a new art competition. Submissions for the first Jack Wilkins Art Prize – Experimental Photography are open until March 14. The award is intended to commemorate his life and contribution to the artRead More →

Mangaluru: The Mangaluru Chapter of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), will organize an exhibition of rare vintage photographs of the cricket course in Mangaluru, from the collection of Kasturi Balakrishna Pai, a former cricket umpire from the Mangaluru region. The exhibition will celebrate the historyRead More →

A brand new digital photography course from Wake Forest exhibits its work at a local art gallery Clark’s photographs “Bladerunner Scape 1” and “Bladerunner Scape 2” reflect the aesthetic of the film “Bladerunner”. The stArt.dt gallery recently opened a new exhibition called “Film Stills”, which features the work of studentsRead More →

From romantic getaways to last-minute gifts, Saudi Arabia has Valentine’s Day covered JEDDAH: Valentine’s Day, the annual celebration of romance and love, is upon us, bringing with it the usual flurry of greeting cards, dinner reservations, huge boxes of chocolates and lavish bouquets of roses. Once considered a social tabooRead More →

February 11, 2022, 1:54 p.m. | Updated: February 11, 2022, 2:03 PM The inside of a cello. Photo: Charles Brooks Photographer Charles Brooks invites us to discover the inner workings of our musical instruments… Musical instruments are often considered beautiful; from century-old violins to new gold-lacquered saxophones, they are oftenRead More →

February 11, 2022 | 04:21 IST Reaching new heights in photography A team of photographers is scheduled to represent the country at the Photographic World Cup where they will be rewarded with medals for their work. The team leader in Goan spoke about the challenges ahead Ajit John A teamRead More →

WATCH: Kenneth Grant Inzpirations owner explains ‘rePresent’ photo exhibit at One Daytona Photographer James Carey of Kenneth Grant Inzpirations talks about the second annual “rePresent” photo exhibition at One Daytona, February 2-9, 2022. Clayton Park, The Daytona Beach News-Journal DAYTONA BEACH — The owners of photography and design studio KennethRead More →

Philip Castleton is an award-winning commercial and architectural photographer based in Toronto. Phillip offers photography services for businesses, architects, businesses, real estate, interior designers, construction professionals and hospitality. His images are typically used for websites, marketing presentations, public relations initiatives, editorial purposes, and corporate communications. He is a dedicated photographer,Read More →

Photo: Taylor Kizyma “Okanagan Inspired” is a weekly series of profiles offering insight into the stories and inspirations of South Okanagan residents who take on creative roles in the community. A local photographer is inspired by the landscapes of the South Okanagan to capture special memories for her clients forever.Read More →

What is a photograph? There are many ways to answer this simple question, but in basic abstract terms through the prism of lighting, every photograph is a combination of highlights and shadows. The only reason we see depth and dimension is actually shadow. Understanding shadows is crucial to growing asRead More →

“The 30” competition has officially announced its list of 30 up-and-coming photographers to watch in 2022. And as expected, it’s absolutely stacked with amazing image makers with plenty of work worthy of your attention. Note: All images shown here are of this year’s contest winners. Contest history The Forcado bullfightersRead More →

anchor “Brightness” Photographed by Joebel Garcisto. Camera used: Sony A7R III. Image courtesy of Art of Building Photography Competition Breathtaking photographs of buildings around the world were celebrated by the 2021 submissions to the Art of Building photography competition. The international competition is run by the Chartered Institute of BuildingRead More →

Gaston Paris (1905-1964), a talented and assiduous photographer who was frequently published, notably in the magazine VU, remains largely unknown. A virtuoso technician and ingenious observer, he and his peers satisfied the visual appetite of the 1930s. The exhibition titled “Gaston Paris“. “Photography on show” invites us to rediscover theRead More →

Image via Chronicle Chroma Late last year, Chronicle Books published the first-ever career-spanning photography book celebrating the work of the iconic author Spike Lee. Title PEAK, it features hundreds of previously unseen photographs of David Lee, Spike’s brother and longtime photographer. With its colorful purple cover adorned with giant goldRead More →

Homepage ” General” Engage, Advocate, Inspire and Empower – Using Photography as a Driver of Sustainability (By Aida Muluneh) By Aida Muluneh Let’s answer the million dollar question: Why is photography important? Because he speaks, he communicates, he educates and he cultivates change. I am often asked this question andRead More →

Those who think 3D imaging is a post-digital innovation should think again, say Denis Pellerin and Brian May, authors of A New History of Stereoscopic Photography. The problem with stereoscopic photography is that it’s just not taken seriously enough. This is the view of two of the world’s leading expertsRead More →

The NFT boom is no longer just a sensational explosion, but rather a new reality for digital creators. In the world of photography, new collectives are forming and photographers are interacting with digital images in whole new ways. Over the past year, the dominant phrase in the crypto space hasRead More →

Call for nominations for the 2022 London Photography Awards 2022 London Photography Awards Early call for entries Thomas Brandt, IAA spokesperson IAA unveils the 2022 International London Photography Awards, an awards platform for photographers who transmit their creativity through the medium of photography. We introduce a new take on theRead More →

Every Sunday we put together a collection of easy-to-read articles ranging from analysis to procedure to photo in no particular order that weren’t part of our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! The best photographic features of Aperture in 2021 – Opening In 2021 Opening celebrated photography in New York and NewRead More →

Small Large Gallery presents the work of Veronique evrard with the exhibition Tears. A poster according to the dictionary is a “written or printed sheet, posted in a public place and bearing an official, publicity or propagandist announcement, to which an image or a photo may be associated. Isn’t ourRead More →