[ad_1] DALLAS — The Exchange’s social show, “Chief Chat,” is heating up in June. “Chief Chat,” hosted by Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Kevin Osby, Senior Advisor to the Army & Air Force Exchange Service, gives the military community a live opportunity to interact with celebrities who support those whoRead More →

[ad_1] Toronto’s premier month-long festival showcases an exceptional roster of established and emerging Canadian and international artists each May. Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival announced highlights of the 26th edition of the city-wide event taking place in May 2022. Canadian and international artists will present lens-based works in exhibitions, site-specific installationsRead More →

[ad_1] For the first time since 2019, the photography fair, presented by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD), is back in New York and has a new home to boot. Forty-nine galleries from 23 cities moved into Center 415, an event space-turned-IT store in midtown Manhattan, for theRead More →

[ad_1] In 1895, when English photographer Paul Martin started photographing London at night, passers-by ridiculed him saying it was impossible to use a camera at night – he should stop wasting his time and go home with his wife. Martin’s famous book, London on gas, proved them wrong, but thatRead More →

[ad_1] A fascinating new exhibition documenting the changing social, demographic and political landscapes of the past 35 years has opened in Hartlepool. The free exhibition – ‘Macromancy: Britain and North East England 1986 to 2022’ – by British documentary filmmaker and editorial photojournalist Mark Pinder is at the Hartlepool ArtRead More →

[ad_1] Introduction The Samyang AF 24-70mm F2.8 FE is a fast standard zoom for Sony Alpha full-frame E-mount mirrorless cameras. It will also work with APS-C sensor cameras with an effective increase in focal length to 36-105mm due to the crop factor. It has 17 elements in 14 groups includingRead More →

[ad_1] Black-and-white photography is enjoying a moment of glory – with historic German filmmaker Orwo releasing new monochrome film stock (the brand’s first in 50 years) and Wes Anderson filming parts of “The French Dispatch “There is definitely a nostalgic appeal to black and white film stock that urges artists,Read More →

[ad_1] Layered photographs combine fantasy and reality – Photographer, digital artist, retired structural engineer, retired international search and rescue specialist, private pilot, scuba diver, avid animal lover, wine lover and Oreo cookie lover, Bruce Cook returns to the Paso Robles Library in June with a new exhibition of photographic fantasy.Read More →

[ad_1] Cornell Watson: tarred healing | Until Thursday 30 June | Chapel Hill Public Library, Chapel Hill tarred healingan exhibition of photos by Durham photographer Cornell Watson on black healing and black spaces in and around the UNC campus, was originally scheduled to premiere at the Sonja Haynes Stone CenterRead More →

[ad_1] If you enjoy photographing plants and flowers, you’ll love this year’s winning photos from the Royal Horticultural Society Photographic Competition. The competition celebrates the beauty of gardens and wildlife and attracts thousands of entries from amateur and professional photographers. The winner of Plant and adult competitions in general TheRead More →

[ad_1] A Galway Early Music Festival event Illustrated talk with Teddie Hwang (Baroque Flute, Astral Photographer) and Georgia MacMillan (Mayo Dark Sky Park Development Officer/Employment Based PhD student, funded by the Irish Research Council) Astronomy is often considered the oldest and most beautiful of the sciences. A view of celestialRead More →