PPA is delighted to bring the Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) designation to NYIP students and alumni through this exclusive partnership New York, NY (PRWEB) Jan. 17, 2017 The New York Institute of Photography (NYIP) has partnered with Professional Photographers of America (PPA) to provide their students and graduates with widelyRead More →

As part of its Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), Harvard University recently uploaded a digital photography course to a free e-learning platform, ALISON, which is available to anyone who wants to learn how to take better photos. Comprised of 12 modules, the course covers fundamental photography topics such as “exposureRead More →

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 a row,Read More →

Fears have been expressed that the art of photography in regional newspapers “will die” after the industry’s last accredited course was shelved. Lack of interest has ended the flagship NCTJ-accredited press photography and photojournalism courses at Norton College, Sheffield for the coming year. And the demise of a similar courseRead More →

Advertising Outdoor Light Painting Photography Workshop led by Gareth Brooks Check out this fascinating technique, bring your camera (or just yourself). The event takes place at Cuerden Valley To park. Gareth is a photographer specializing in Light Painting and Low Light Photography. His photos have been featured in Beginner’s Photography,Read More →

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 not standRead More →

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. Mr BaryshnikovRead More →