Vital Impacts, a non-profit organization founded by award winners National geography Photographer Ami Vitale and visual journalist Eileen Mignoni are hosting a print sale to support a number of conservation charities – and some serious names are involved, including Paul Nicklen, Jimmy Chin and even Dr Jane Goodall. If youRead More →

Global 3D Product Photography Solutions Market research includes market forecast information such as market revenue, manufacturer size, production and consumption ratios, as well as CAGR value. The research examines the most important variables influencing the market such as market growth, development status, and other industry-specific challenges. The 3D product photographyRead More →

If you’re looking for something fun to do in your post-Thanksgiving tryptophan haze that doesn’t involve chowing down on another serving of pizza stuffing and / or begging everyone to be quiet so you can watch Planes, Trains and Automobiles in peace, there are two new complementary photography exhibits atRead More →

The magnificent Abbotsbury swans are featured in a new book from a Bridport photographer who also looks after them. Charlie Wheeler has launched his first photography book – Abbotsbury Swannery Through my Lens. As director of the Swannery, 32-year-old Charlie gets a unique insight into the life of these royalRead More →

BY KIMBERLY KARIATI CONCEPTUAL model Ruvarashe “Zoey” Udenge says her greatest achievement in the modeling industry has been self-discovery and expression through photography that allows black women to embrace their beauty and culture. In an interview with NewsDay Life & Style, Zoey said the creative industry has given her theRead More →

Recently, Australia has seen some of its vital photographic infrastructure collapse: the Australian Center for Photography (ACP) announced its hibernation in December 2020 and the iconic Michaels camera store in Melbourne closed after a century. activity. The Australian Institute of Professional Photographers (AIPP) has bid farewell after 75 years ofRead More →

Few rock ‘n’ roll stars have understood the symbiotic relationship between music and image better than David Bowie and, in photographer Mick Rock, Bowie has found the perfect creative partner. Commissioned to do a photojournalism article by the London office of Rolling Stone magazine, Rock went to a Bowie concertRead More →

Update of Chamber members (Boca Raton, Florida) Nearly 50 clients, VIPs, friends and family recently gathered for a reception and ribbon cutting at Boca Chamber to celebrate the opening of the Warner-Prokos Photography Studio, now located at 751 Park of Commerce Drive in Boca Raton. Award-winning master photographer, LuAnn Warner-ProkosRead More →

Fae Laume Photography will officially open its new studio in Pigeon today, offering residents a new option for taking professional photos. Amanda Scott, the woman behind the new studio, is from Midland and has been an award-winning professional photographer for nine years. She is a member of several photography organizations,Read More →

Whether you are looking to expand your photography practice around the world or take on a personal creative project, a PSC Master of Arts Photography can help. + Study at Australia’s preeminent specialist Photographic College founded in 1972+ Online and / or on campus at our brand new art facilitiesRead More →

Shepherdstown, West Virginia – It’s not often that the children of pastoral Kearneysville, West Virginia grow up to travel around the world, taking photos during post-Soviet election celebrations in Red Square or with shepherds itinerants in the Peruvian countryside. But that was the life former Shepherd University photography professor BenitaRead More →

Why does the world need another landscape photography competition? Well, the Natural Landscape Photography Awards, the first competition of its kind, aims to promote landscape photographers who seek realism and authenticity in their images. This new competition established important parameters for input images that restrict certain digital editing and compositionRead More →

The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum not only honors seven highly respected talented photographers, but features some of their work in an exhibition until February 11, 2022. The Hall of Fame recognized Pete Souza, Dawoud Bey, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Larry Burrows, David Douglas Duncan, Sally Mann and Joyce TennesonRead More →

In what they call a “rotating” exhibit, Amon Carter of American Art of Fort Worth is planning the first major museum investigation of contemporary Indigenous photographers. “Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography” will highlight the works of over 30 Indigenous artists and explore “the dynamic ways in which (they) haveRead More →

The freedom to choose a specialization in higher education according to one’s interest has led to an increase in demand for various creative courses, including photography. One perception is that students can only benefit from certificates or degree courses in the subject, but three-year degree courses in photography are alsoRead More →