This aerial photography research report will give you in-depth information about the aerial photography market and it will also help you in strategic decision making. The Final Aerial Photography Research Paper is a comprehensive document comprising over 250 pages. All of our reports are commonly purchased across industries by executives,Read More →

CreativeLivea Fiverr company (NYSE: FVRR) and renowned online learning platform for creators, entrepreneurs and freelancers, today announced the acquisition of the content and website of Wildist.co, a leading provider of outdoor and adventure photography online courses taught by industry leaders including Chris Burkard, Alex Strohl, Finn Beales and Benjamin Hardman.Read More →

June 24, 2022 Astrophotography, holography, electron microscopy, image stacking, biomedical photography and photogrammetry are not your typical topics covered by photographers at presentations. Only a few have the expertise to speak authoritatively on these topics, and these specialists now meet for two days in July to share their knowledge withRead More →

Follow in the footsteps of Julian Germain’s revolutionary photographic project, GENERATIONS, and tell your own family’s story! GRAIN Projects is delighted to announce the Participation Project, a collection of images that puts participants at the heart of Festival Birmingham 2022. Participate and share what family means to you through photography.Read More →

Photographer Misia-O’ will unveil 4 large-format photographs inspired by Lee Miller in Arles in an exhibition titled ‘The Spirit of Lee Miller’, which will also feature a bespoke fragrance inspired by Miller’s explosive magnificence, an art book in limited edition and an NFT. At the opening of ‘The Spirit ofRead More →

KAREN KISTLER The awards for Mooresville Arts’ 18th Annual Photography Show and Competition were presented on June 10 at a public opening reception for the exhibition. The exhibition features the work of 31 local photographers and includes 79 photographs in total, which relate to the theme of the exhibition, “Summer”.Read More →

Emmanuel Oyeleke, Aham Ibeleme and Yagazie Eguare have teamed up to celebrate a decade of excellence, growth, transformation, relevance and impact in the photography industry with a six-day non-profit initiative called Project X. Scheduled to take place from tomorrow (Monday) June 20 to (Saturday) June 25, 2022, the initiative isRead More →

A guide to everything on earth with wheels, motors and discs June 18, 2022, 2:00 p.m. Last modification: June 18, 2022, 2:00 PM Automotive photography? Yes, automotive photography. The art of photographing anything that has wheels, an engine and rolls on the ground. Think wedding photography, but replace unwanted relationshipRead More →

The Screen Time exhibition features a global, cross-generational group of contemporary artists exploring the changing role of video and photography in the age of digital communication and social media. Their work considers what it means to be an artist in a society where online culture is ubiquitous and new platformsRead More →

This photograph by Jane Liechty inspired the poem “Calm and Restful Wonderland” co-written by residents of Center Care’s Memory Care Unit. Photo by Jane Liechty The Betsy Rodgers Allen Gallery at the Schlow Center Area Library is hosting an exhibit throughout June featuring poems written by residents of the CenterRead More →

Launched in 2014, PhotoSparks is a weekly column of Your story, with photographs that celebrate the spirit of creativity and innovation. In the previous 615 posts, we featured a arts festival, cartoon gallery. world music festival, telecom fair, millet fair, exhibition on climate change, wildlife conference, boot festival, diwali rangoli,Read More →

Breadcrumb Links New Local News “Light In Darkness”, the debut exhibition of Nigerian-born and Edmonton-based photographer Tope Akindele, is now on view at the Stony Plain Multicultural Heritage Centre. Photo by Tope Akindele. Content of the article A new exhibition of photographs is presented at the Multicultural Heritage Center. AdvertisementRead More →

This month we look at a collection of COVID-19 portraits of mothers and their children, each captured through glass; a series of subtle B&W photos showing a heterogeneous Parisian district; a look at the history of portrait photography, from the daguerreotype to the selfie; a guide to mindful photography; monochromeRead More →

Earlier this week, a blood-red moon hovered over Tucson — and much of the rest of the world. It was a joy to see the colors change from pale orange to red in the darkened sky. Longtime Tucson photographer Kate Breakey has captured the extraordinary hues of this red moonRead More →