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They make culture, French Initiative for the Photography of Women

With the digital platform Elles font la culture, the French Ministry of Culture aims to help women and gender minorities develop their careers. While they are in the majority in photography schools (68% between 2018 and 2020), women photographers tend to disappear afterwards (38% of French photographers are women). For …

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Guitar Tech & Photographer for Alice in Chains, More

Scott Dachroeden, a longtime guitarist and photographer for Alice in Chains among other artists such as Tool and Rob Zombie, has died after a battle with cancer. A GoFundMe page had been set up for Dachroeden earlier this month as he battled stage 4 cancer. Dachroeden was diagnosed after returning …

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Watch: How a wildlife photographer traveled 165 kilometers in freezing cold to click on snow leopards

A wildlife photographer traveled more than 165 kilometers in the freezing cold to capture breathtaking images of a very elusive snow leopard. Kittiya Pawlowski posted her heartwarming story on Instagram about snow leopard clicks. She had to get ready at 4 a.m. and scale the Himalayas to capture an elusive …

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‘Forgotten Alabama’ Photographer Speaks at Landmarks Annual Meeting | New

Glenn Wills, a photographer who produces the “Forgotten Alabama” series, was the guest speaker at Sunday’s Landmarks of DeKalb Annual Reunion at the Fort Payne Opera House. Wills, who moved to the state when he was 2, worked as a television news videographer and satellite truck engineer. With it taking …

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Bob Haines, Freeman’s retired photographer, dies at 82 – Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, NY – Bob Haines, retired Freeman photographer, died on Friday, November 4. He was 82 years old. Haines retired from the Freeman in 2006 after a 39-year career capturing the highs and lows of both Kingston and the Mid-Hudson region, beginning in 1967, when the paper was still headquartered …

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Best Free Adobe Lightroom Presets

November 3, 2022 Adobe Lightroom presets are a great time saver. Not only do they give you the ability to work quickly and efficiently with large batches of images, but they also provide great opportunities to experiment with your processing style. The beauty of editing in Lightroom is that your …

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Coady Photography, 60 years of excellence

The Coady clan with full camera gear at Keeneland. Photo courtesy of the Coady family The company founded by Jack Coady, Sr., in 1962 celebrates 60 years of capturing the splendor of horse racing By Maribeth Kalinitch Little did Jack Coady, Sr., know when he moved from Chicago to Arizona …

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Honor X7 – Smartphone Photo of the Week

October 29, 2022 welcome to Photo of the week on smartphone! Every week we curate and share the best of your smartphone photography in an online feature here on our website and on our social media. This week’s smartphone photo is from Paul Hurlowwith the aid of Honor X7. Paul …

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Vote for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2022

In the age of smartphones, it’s quite common to be caught on camera in the middle of an awkward moment or with an unintentionally silly expression on your face. It happens to animals, too – and their candid camera gaffes are often surprisingly similar to ours. Highlighting this anthropomorphic trend …

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Equine photography by Jessica Morin

NH Chronicle: Equine Photography How Jessica Morin captures the essence of horse, rider and the love that unites them Updated: 3:00 p.m. EDT October 21, 2022 Tonight, New Hampshire photographer Jessica Morin has the right touch to capture horses at their best. Whether posing with its owner or galloping across …

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Randy Johnson, retired MLB player, becomes a professional photographer

Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson has been pursuing his passion for photography since retiring from MLB after the 2009 season. The viral photo of him is from 2011. After the 2009 season, Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher Randy Johnson retired after pitching for 22 years, mostly for the Seattle …

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Ascendant photographer Tyler Mitchell’s meteoric London debut at Gagosian lays the groundwork for a UK breakout

Tyler Mitchell has unveiled his latest Black utopia portraits at Gagosian Davies Street, marking his first UK solo exhibition and setting the stage for a busy season in London for the artist. On view until November 12, the “chrysalis” photographs offer a counter-narrative for black people that erases historical trauma, …

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Queen Elizabeth ‘far favorite’ wearing Diamond Diadem for one key reason, photographer claims

Queen Elizabeth has been photographed many times during her reign, but one of the most memorable moments was the 2004 3D/holographic portrait of Her Majesty, known as “Equanimity”. Now hanging in the National Portrait Gallery, the photographer himself, Rob Munday, spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about the tiara worn by Elizabeth …

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How acclaimed photographer Rohan Shrestha creates iconic moments with stars like Kevin Hart and SRK – News

The man with the magic lens tells us about his penchant for black and white imagery and takes us behind the scenes of his shoot in Abu Dhabi with the American comedian Photograph by Rohan Shrestha Published: Thu 6 Oct 2022, 10:32 PM Last update: Thu 6 Oct 2022, 10:34 …

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Muybridge’s Strings explores the life of a famous British photographer

Muybridge Strings is a Canadian-Japanese animated short film, directed by Kōji Yamamura and released in 2011. The work has won several notable awards — including the Excellence Award at the 2011 Japan Media Arts Festival and a Special Award at the International Media Arts Festival. animation from Hiroshima 2012 — …

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An art society will host a conference on photography

The Sussex County Art Society will host a talk by Virginia Kolstad on Fine Art Photography in Our World today Thursday, October 13 at noon at the Hampton Community Center, 1 Rumsey Way, (Hampton Township) Newton. The public and potential members are welcome. The Sussex County Art Society meets regularly …

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Photographer David Bailey talks about some of his most iconic subjects | Ents & Arts News

As one of the most prolific photographers of all time, David Bailey has photographed some of the world’s most famous people – from Mick Jagger to the late Queen Elizabeth. Now, as he prepares to open a new London exhibition of his work, Bailey has sat down with Sky News …

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Photographer Gregor Sailer Captures Ghostly Images Of Hidden Areas No One Can Visit

Austrian photographer Gregor Sailer is known for capturing analog images in large (4 × 5″) and medium (6 × 9 cm) formats, using a Sinar p2 camera. He uses lenses with lengths 65, 90, 150 and 210mm focal lengths It’s distinctive and eye-catching work, and he puts the technique to …

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Photography Cheat Sheet: Woodland Photography

Woods and forests have been a source of inspiration for artists and storytellers for centuries. Characteristic gnarled tree branches, dancing leaves and details that blend into a hazy background bring an almost dreamlike quality, evoking memories of fantasy tales and epic poetry. These aspects make woodland landscape images popular with …

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how i took portrait photography to the streets of Parramatta

Over the past ten months I have photographed hundreds of people in Sydney’s western suburb of Parramatta for a portrait project called Being Together: Parramatta Yearbook. The yearbook portraits show the people who live, work and play in Parramatta against the backdrop of an ever-changing city. The way a photographer …

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Photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis sleeps to dream

Shaniqwa Jarvis has spent the past two decades traveling the world with her camera, capturing everything from Nike and Supreme campaigns to subjects such as Serena Williams and former US President Barack Obama. Throughout these years, she’s kept an eye out for moments that might capture something that’s been on …

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Photographer Austin Mann puts the iPhone 14 Pro to the test

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and is eligible to earn an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner commission on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. As tradition dictates, travel photographer Austin Mann gave a first look at what the iPhone 14 Pro can …

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Innovative street and fashion photographer William Klein dies at 96

William Klein, an American expatriate photographer whose often frenetic and sometimes blurry images of urban street life and modern fashion were hugely innovative while conveying the sharp social critique of a self-proclaimed outsider, died September 10 in Paris. He was 96 years old. His nephew Larry Reichman confirmed his death …

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WATCH: Steve Wilson sits with President George W. Bush Official Photographer Eric Draper

Draper was with the former president on the day of the September 11, 2001 attack LOOK: Eric Draper, former official White House photographer and personal photographer to President George W. Bush tells Steve Wilson of the Friday Night Locker Room what he remembers about 9/11. Draper was with the former …

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Internationally renowned photographer Youssef Nabil unveils his show “Beautiful Voyage”

DUBAI: Paris-based Egyptian visual artist Youssef Nabil has a new solo exhibition at The Third Line gallery in Dubai, titled ‘The Beautiful Voyage’, which features works from 2016 and runs from September 22 to October 28 . Thanks to his striking photographs, Nabil has established himself internationally, his work being …

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5 questions every photographer should ask themselves at least once

Feeling lost on your photographic journey is common. You are therefore in a creative rut or have periods of low motivation. Sometimes we can all struggle to feel inspired to grab the camera and go out. A lack of direction, purpose, and reason can be the culprit for these aforementioned …

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Photographer Gray Malin’s New “Florida Gulf Coast” Series Features Sarasota-Manatee

If you’ve been using Instagram for a while, you’ve probably seen one of photographer Gray Malin’s photographs. His bright, summery images, which include his signature aerial beach shots, have garnered him over half a million followers on this platform, and he’s collaborated with brands like Sperry, Supergoop sunscreen, Away luggage …

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MLT Photographer Shares Art With Global Themes

Benjamin Hou September will bring a new exhibition of photographs to the Mountlake Terrace Library. Mountlake Terrace resident and Arts Advisory Board volunteer Benjamin Hou will feature scenes captured on a trip around the world. “Each day came with a new experience, with every turn revealing something deeply fascinating,” he …

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Meta House pays tribute to the famous photographer

A collection of photos by legendary war photographer Tim Page from the Vietnam War in the 1960s and 1970s, and Cambodia between the 1990s and 2014, will be on display at Meta House. Page – a frequent early contributor to The Post – died on August 24 at the age …

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Photographer Sabine Weiss shines in Venice

Self-Portrait, 1953 Sabine Weiss Sabine Weiss is one of the best photographers in the world. In tribute to his career, a beautiful retrospective exhibition in Venice brings together more than 200 of his photographs. SWI swissinfo.ch presents six of the images. This content was published on August 27, 2022 – …

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‘The Power of Photography’ Highlights the Greatest Pop Culture Photos in History

A lavish photobook that captures notable characters from Winston Churchill to Muhammad Ali and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Muhammad Ali versus Sonny Liston in Lewiston, Maine in 1965, by Neil Leifer(© Neil Leifer/Courtesy Peter Fetterman Gallery) Born in London, Peter Fetterman started out as a filmmaker before becoming an image collector, before …

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What is aerial photography? | digital camera world

What is aerial photography? Simply put, these are images taken from the air, usually from an airplane. Which has historically made it both expensive and difficult. However, with the advent of new technologies, the genre has completely transformed. Once upon a time the answer to “what is aerial photography” was …

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Aspiring Hampshire war photographer shares haunting images from Ukraine

An aspiring war photographer from Hampshire has shared a host of haunting images from Ukraine after returning from a ‘revealing’ second trip to the conflict-ridden country. After graduating from UCA Farnham this summer, Oliver Woolford revisited the country in July to continue his efforts to document the destruction wrought by …

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Nature Photos – The Washington Post

August 19, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. EDT From the current project tentatively titled “The Field”. (Kyle Myles) Comment this story Comment Kyle Myles is a self-taught photographer based in Baltimore. I first got to know it because someone told me about a great little bookstore called Baltimore Photo Space all …

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Music and photography: how one art inspires the other

Of all the arts accessible to humanity, my heart belongs to music. Perhaps it’s a sentiment that doesn’t serve my self-interest very much, since my only accomplishments in the arts have come from photography. The fact that my creativity came through visuals is not due to a lack of attempts …

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Timaru’s Wedding Photographer ‘Over the Moon’ After Being Named Photographer of the Year

JOHN BISSET/Stuff Timaru’s wedding photographer, Chris Stanley, said he would “absolutely” enter the contest next year. Chris Stanley is “thrilled” to have won first prize in a national photography competition. Wedding photographer Timaru learned on Monday evening that he had won the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography (NZIPP) Photographer …

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Opinion: We need great photojournalism now more than ever

August 14, 2022 Associate Editor Geoff Harris reflects on people’s disturbing tendency to simply avoid bad news – and what that could mean for photojournalism, documentary and newsreel photography. As someone who passionately believes in the importance of hard-hitting documentary and news photography, I am concerned. An investigation, recently shared …

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Photography class gives child victims of sexual abuse a new perspective

Child sex abuse survivors say a photography class teaches them to see the beauty in the world and helps them gain a sense of confidence, all with their smartphones. After photographer Mitch Dunn taught the six-week course in Ballarat last year, participants kept in touch, sharing their photos in a …

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The Recorder – ‘We have a voice’: Photography, T-shirts combine to illustrate ‘Pro-Roe’ project

TURNERS FALLS – While a picture is usually worth 1,000 words, Turners Falls photographer Anja Schütz says her latest project is “a lot more about captions”. Following the United States Supreme Court’s June 24 decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, who recognized a constitutional right to abortion, Schütz compiled a …

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The young Moroccan photographer creates dreamlike photos of his family

For self-taught Moroccan photographer Ismail Zaidy, creating images is a family affair. In 2018, Zaidy started a project called 3aila – which translates to “family” – with his younger brother and sister, who often help him think through the concepts and ideas behind his shots. “I started taking pictures about …

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Ansspvt Start photography and become a successful photographer

Ansspvt, a 20-year-old Boston-based photographer, is committed to pursuing a successful career in this industry. He has carefully balanced his academic work with his love of photography to ensure he has the abilities to succeed. Besides being a gifted photographer, he also enjoys building client portfolios, which can broaden his …

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8 Ways Photographers Can Use Canva

As your photography becomes more advanced, you may want to do more than just take pictures. Since you already have a sense of creativity and know what looks good, why not try designing other areas of your business? You can also think of unique ways to sell your work. If …

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Why Introverts Make Great Street Photographers

Although I like to be social, sometimes it’s nice to go out with your camera and, well, not have to talk to people. But in a busy city center that’s not always easy to do, especially when you have a big camera and eye-catching lens. Recently I had the chance …

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Dorothea Lange: The Photographer of Depression-Era Rural America

Dorothea Lange was an American documentary photographer known for Migrant mother, an iconic photo of the Great Depression. Her work helped Americans see the devastating effects of the Depression on rural America, and Lange is now celebrated as a pioneer in the field of documentary photography. Lange was born Dorothea …

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Photographer RLV Burrows’ collection found dumped in dumpster

FASCINATING photographs taken from hundreds of vintage glass plate negatives found in a dumpster still present an unsolved mystery for history buffs. The “Burrows Collection” is held by the Ynys Môn Commune Archives and features black and white photos taken by a former Holyhead press photographer. RLV Burrows appears to …

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Woman’s photography business rises from the ashes of injury | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo Correspondent / Melissa Channell Kim Guthridge Floyd of Warren, owner of Phoenix Photography, shows a photo she took of Warren G. Harding’s football team. WARREN – Kim Guthridge Floyd is made of solid stuff. Growing up with three brothers – Jack, Bob and Mark Guthridge …

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Northwind Art Gallery donates photographs

Melody Sky Weaver, left, accepts a photograph of Bill Curtsinger offered by Teresa Verraes, executive director of Northwind Art. PORT TOWNSEND – Northwind Art has donated five framed photographs from the Curtsinger portfolio to the Port Townsend Public Library. The …

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Photographer Jin Lee’s Cultural Center Exhibit Examines Chicago

If there is a greater local oasis than Lake Michigan, I don’t know of it. The lake is infinite and free; go there when you need a break, or visit the cultural center to see “Jin Lee: Views & Scenes,” a low-key knockout of a show featuring four photographic series, …

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An aerial art photographer shows us his squash court from above

An aerial art photographer has used a drone to capture images of a squash court for his latest work, inspired by his time at school. The award-winning Australian photographer, based in New York, has released a new series of concept art titled Vacantwhere he brings his fascination with surrealism and …

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QUARK EXPEDITIONS ANNOUNCES NEW SPITSBERGEN PHOTOGRAPHY VOYAGE WITH AWARD-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHER CHRIS LINDER

Inspiring guests through the snow-capped mountains, massive glaciers, deep-walled fjords and tundra of Spitsbergen will be an award-winning photographer, filmmaker and speaker Chris Linder. “July is a magical time to visit Svalbardwhen light-drenched summer days fuel a brief but intense burst of life, from tiny tundra flowers to polar bears, …

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Photographer Raja Chhetri accuses SDF Social Media of misusing photos

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SOUNDGARDEN, PEARL JAM, NIRVANA & More – NFT Artist CHRIS ARVAN, Photographer CHRIS CUFFARO Debut Legendary Digital Assets on Foundation

Acclaimed photographer/director Chris Cuffaro, in partnership with musician, producer/artist Chris Arvan, announces the launch of his new NFT Collection at Foundation, featuring a dazzling visual collection of music’s most iconic artists. The first images will offer fans the unique opportunity to purchase their own artwork created by Arvan from Cuffaro’s …

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1000th of a second: Sports Photography Festival

This Sports Photography Festival aims to highlight the work of Sports Photographers by creating an exhibition “Outside the walls” which is entirely dedicated to them. This outdoor festival will take place in a natural setting on the banks of the Loire, in the heart of the magnificent village of Saint-Mathurin-sur-Loire, …

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Turning celebrity photography into a viable source of income

Celebrity photography is a fascinating career that is achieved through passion, hard work, and building a clientele. It is an aspect of the photography business that deals with luxury photography and covers the events and milestones of celebrities, business people, high net worth individuals and politicians. It is also associated …

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Moto X30 Pro teased with 3 focal lengths suitable for photographers

Motorola has announced that its next flagship phone, the Moto X30 Pro, will come with a trio of camera focal lengths just suited for photographers. On Weibo, the main Chinese social network, Motorola posted a message confirming the name of the Moto X30 Pro, which is expected to launch in …

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City Life Org – Ronald James reopens his photography studio in New York

Brooke Shields backstage photoshoot with Ronald James. After taking several years off to spend time helping his family, fashion and portrait photographer Ronald James is back behind the camera Ronald James (https://ronaldjames.com) will reopen his Upper East Side studio. Ronald had enjoyed a successful career for several years, taking photos …

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Photos of abandoned American landscapes rooted in a sense of isolation and poverty

Photographer Ben Marcin’s latest solo exhibition, ‘American Derelicts’ at C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore brings together works from three of his ongoing series: ‘A House Apart’, ‘Out West’ and ‘Last House Standing’. The work encompasses Baltimore, where Marcin has called home since the 1970s, Colorado and even Washington. As disparate …

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Web Exclusive: Indiana’s historic courthouses come to life through a photographer’s lens

Tippecanoe County Courthouse (photo by Joey Lax-Salinas) On a sunny day with white puffs across the sky, Joey Lax-Salinas framed his camera lens directly on the glittering glass of the new Marion County Courthouse. After wandering around the towering structure for over an hour, he heard the shutter click lightly …

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A photographer captures a strange blue spiral of light in the night sky

A strange blue spiral of light, captured on camera in the night sky? As much as we’d like it to be, we now know they’re not aliens (they’re never aliens, okay?). But little green men aside, the phenomenon captured over Rakiura (or Stewart Island) in New Zealand by stargazing guide …

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Metro Gallery will feature Sandhills photography by Christensen | neighborhood supplement

SUBMITTED BY LINDA STEPHEN for Neighborhood Extra In July, Metro Gallery, 1316 N St, will present a solo exhibition by award-winning fine art photographer Jan Christensen. The opening reception for “Sand and Sky” will be Friday, July 1 from 3-7 p.m. with music by Tony Church from 5-7 p.m. “Heaven …

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‘We Women’ Photo Exhibit on Bloomingdale’s Trail Highlights Non-Binary Women and Photographers

LOGAN SQUARE — The challenges facing black pregnant women in Alabama, the plight of people in Southwest Alaska — one of the first areas in the country to experience relocation due to the climate crisis — and the effects of segregation in Chicago are just some of the issues explored …

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Featured photographer makes his mark in iRacing Global MX-5 sim racing – www.elizabethton.com

The iRacing Global MX-5 Series season recently wrapped up with a local man from Elizabethton finishing #1 in North America and #10 overall in the world. Brandon Hyde ended the grueling 12-week streak and finished with points ahead of runners in every country except Brazil, Italy, Australia and the Benelux …

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The exhibition of a world famous Hungarian photographer opens in Budapest!

This exhibition – Nicolás Muller: The committed gaze – highlights the work of Nicolás Muller (Né Miklós Müller, Orosháza, Hungary, 1913 – Andrín, Spain, 2000). He spent most of his life in Spain and was one of the leading figures of Hungarian socio-documentary photography and at the same time he …

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Gunmen abduct photographer Ebonyi in Abia and demand 50m Naira

Kidnappers operating on Okigwe/Uturu/Aba road in Abia State abducted a photographer attached to the Press Unit, Ebonyi Government House, Abakaliki, Mr. Uche Nwube. Nwube was abducted on Wednesday while returning from Aba, Abia State. The victim, we learned, telephoned his colleagues to inform them of his abduction after being ordered …

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Sri Lankan photographer Sena Vidanagama, who clicked on Rajiv Gandhi’s attack, has died

Sena Vidanagama, a 76-year-old Sri Lankan photojournalist, died on Wednesday. Vidanagama was best known for the iconic photograph of a former Sri Lankan naval officer attacking former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi with the butt of his rifle during an honor guard ceremony in Sri Lanka on July 30, 1987 …

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3 Basic Flash Techniques Every Portrait Photographer Should Learn

When you’re just starting out with artificial light, it can be a little overwhelming trying to balance all the technical and creative aspects while posing your subject and controlling the camera. If you’re a beginner and looking to improve, check out this great video tutorial that will show you three …

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Dodgers photographer Jon Soohoo captured some of the greatest moments in team history

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Over nearly four decades, Dodgers photographer Jon Soohoo has captured some of the most iconic moments in team history. The Dodgers’ roster has changed over the years, but Soohoo is a constant with the team, chronicling season after season as well as major sporting events in …

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Wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein completes Everest marathon carrying 9ft tiger

Tiger Man did it! British wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein completed the grueling Everest Marathon on May 29 with his trusty 9ft tiger on his back. The Wimbledon-based environmentalist has already run an incredible 19 charity marathons in the distinctive outfit. British wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein completed the grueling Everest Marathon …

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BIG STORY: Times-News photographer Pat Sutphin’s best sports photos of Magic Valley high school athletes | Local

TIMES-NEWS Times-News Photographer Pat Sutphin has spent the last year capturing images of student athletes in Magic Valley. “It was a year of upheaval, underdogs and athleticism,” Sutphin said. “From shocking losses to long-awaited victories, the year brought some of the best sportsmanship Magic Valley has ever seen.” To see …

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Shutterturf – A new way to discover and book professional photography and videography services.

Whether you’re looking for a photographer to capture your big day or a business looking for a videographer to create an engaging marketing video, Shutterturf will help you find the perfect professional in your city. Singapore – May 26, 2022 – Finding quality photographers and videographers has never been an …

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A photographer builds a giant camera and a darkroom bus

Photographer Bill Hao from Vancouver, Canada spent two years building a huge camera out of oak wood. It takes gigantic wet-plate collodion photos measuring 32 × 48 inches. The collodion wet plate process has a very critical requirement: the photographer must be able to coat, expose and develop the plate …

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Azov photographer publishes his work just before he was taken prisoner

“That’s it. I’m grateful to Azovstal for its shelter – the place of my death and my life,” Dmytro ‘Orest’ Kozatsky said in his Instagram post, posted on Friday. The fighter from the Azov regiment made his photograph of the besieged Azovstal steelworks freely available, asking that it be shared …

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3 lightweight lenses for bird photography that photographers will love

Given the opportunity, we think everyone would enjoy photographing birds. But not everyone wants to carry so much weight on them. Luckily, there are some fantastic lightweight lenses for bird photography. With the right settings, they will stand out from many other lenses on the market. And we would know, …

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AHS photographer documents pandemic in new book

Content of the article An Alberta Health Services photojournalist has documented two years of the COVID-19 pandemic in a new black-and-white picture book. Content of the article Alone Together: A Pandemic Photo Essay, by Leah Hennel, illustrates how Alberta citizens, doctors, nurses and patients have adapted and found safe new …

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How to Take Pictures on iPhone Like a Photographer with the ProCam App

iPhone photographer Koichi Miyase has shared some pro-grade tips and a list of favorite apps that could take your photos to the next level. the iPhone the cameras are good enough for even professional photographers to spend time using the smartphone and Apple recently highlighted the ProCam app as a …

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Kylie Cooper | Why I came to Penn to be a photographer

On paper, Penn wasn’t the best school for me. There is no journalism major, which was a big factor in deciding where I would go to in second year. (I had an epiphany three days after being a physics student at my first college and wanted to pursue my dream …

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Photography’s Impossible Attempt to Freeze Time

SAN FRANCISCO — To feel the passage of time, you have to freeze it in place. This is the subtle paradox at the heart of Considered interactions, a group exhibition of black and white photography at Casemore Kirkeby in San Francisco. The five included artists employ a range of tactics …

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Exploring Iceland in Winter with Landscape Photographer Andy Mumford

by Jeremy Gray posted Monday, May 9, 2022 6:00 a.m. EDT Professional landscape photographer Andy Mumford recently traveled to Iceland to shoot winter landscapes. There are very few places on Earth that command as much respect as Iceland. It is a real paradise for landscape photographers. In the video below, …

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At New York’s Independent Art Fair, an Older Generation of Photographers Are Honored

Before even entering the Independent The art fair, which is back at Spring Studios in Tribeca after decamping to the Financial District in 2021, visitors get a taste of one of the big strengths of this year’s fair: striking photography old decades of an under-recognized artist. In this case, the …

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Photographer captures shock as marchers face post-Roe world

After a leaked draft opinion revealed the Supreme Court’s apparent intention to strike down deer v. Wade, activists and allies called for emergency actions across the country. On Tuesday in New York, protesters gathered in Foley Square in Manhattan before blocking streets and marching towards Washington Square Park. Natalie Keyssar, …

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The work of a new Mexican photographer at the Smithsonian

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) — A New Mexico artist tells the stories of men and women who lived troubled lives and celebrates great achievement. Frank Blazquez now has one of his portraits hanging in one of the greatest art museums in the world. 25 artists from New Mexico participate in the …

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What is the perfect focal length for street photography, 28mm or 35mm?

Street photographers have had a multitude of excellent lenses from many different systems to choose from over the years. Two of the most common lenses available for this are the 28mm and 35mm lenses, often the preferred tool of many. But, which one is the best? The answer is, as …

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Rare photographs of the Royal Family at the Badminton Horse Trials in the 1980s

The British Royal Family’s love of horses is well known – and now a collection of rare photographs has surfaced showing the Queen, Prince Philip and their children enjoying days at the Badminton Horse Trials in the 1980s as the event returns after a two-year hiatus. . Taken by photographer …

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Dream teams up with black female photographers for the 2022 season

ATLANTA, Georgia (April 23, 2022) – The Atlanta Dream and Black Women Photographers today announced a new collaboration that will make photographer Allie Jest the Dream the official photographer for the 2022 WNBA season. “This partnership is truly a dream come true. As someone who grew up watching the game …

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Adobe: Stock Photographer Matelli Graves on Creating Opportunity and Telling Multigenerational Stories

Adobe Stock photographer Matelli Graves talks about creating opportunity and telling multi-generational stories Credit: Adobe Stock / Matelli Graves. For Adobe Stock photographer Matelli Graves, it all started with his mother’s Canon AE-1 camera. Born in Ohio and raised in California, Graves remembers it vividly. “When I was about two …

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York nightclub photographer quits job to move to Ukrainian border to help refugees

Edward Matthews is a nightlife photographer. Well, he was – until a trip to the edge of the war zone in Eastern Europe changed everything. York nightclubs hired him to take pictures of people enjoying a night out and then share scrapbooks on social media the next day. But Edward …

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