Monday, November 26, 2012


  • Steve Schapiro Talks Photography Then and Now

    "I still haven't done my best photograph, in my mind, at this point. I'm still looking for a photograph which I really feel has lasting quality," insisted Schapiro, sitting down for a chat at Berlin's CWC Gallery, the city's newest outpost of Camera ...

  • Landscape photographers gather for Menifee show

    Photos like this one by Walter Santos will be on display Saturday at Mom and Pop's Frame Shop and Gallery Landscape Photography Show in Menifee. CREDIT: Walter Santos. By Holly HerndonSpecial to the U-T. 11:32 a.m., Nov. 26, 2012. Updated 12:50 ...

  • So You Want To Be A Food Photographer...

    "Food Photographer" is one of those professions that millions of people secretly want but most have no idea actually involves.

  • Camera sold for $2.19 million in Austria

    A Leica M3D camera dated 1955 owned by "Life" magazine photographer David Douglas Duncan is sold for 1,400 000 Euro during an auction of antique cameras on November 24, 2012 at the Westlicht photo-gallery in Vienna.

  • Photography exhibition of Emirati Olympians displayed in Sharjah

    Sharjah: A photography exhibition celebrating the success of Emirati athletes called 'Olympians' was re-opened today at the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilisation.

  • Legendary Packers photographer honored with exhibit

    GREEN BAY - If you enjoy NFL history, you're going to love a new exhibit at the Packers Hall of Fame. The exhibit honors longtime official team photographer Vern Biever, who passed away in 2010. Biever was with the organization for more than 60 years ...

  • The best dog photography of 2012

    This year Seth Casteel took a high speed camera underwater to photograph dogs in hot pursuit of colorful balls. The results, shown below, were both adorable and ferocious.

  • Deutsche Börse 2013 – a shortlist that's short of photographers

    The only surprise in the just-announced shortlist for the Deutsche Börse photography prize is the name Chris Killip. He is the only documentary photographer on the shortlist and the only one with a substantial body of work stretching back over several ...

  • Eye in the sky over India: Fabulous photographs of the sub-continent (snapped ...

    Taken from skies high above India these startling images provide a new perspective on the country's rich culture and vibrant landscapes.

  • Flint photographers will offer free portraits for families in need

    "We're doing this to give back to the community and be part of a "photographic movement" that can change people's lives: Behold the power of a photograph," said Bob Rentschler, MCC photography instructor and photography program coordinator. "This is a ...

  • Family photos that work

    "Comfort is key; choose items that everyone feels comfortable in; bribe them - say, 'You only have to wear this for 20 minutes and then you can put on your mesh shorts,' '' said Colleen Christensen, owner/photographer of Colleen Captures Photography, ...

  • Photographer opens Mauston studio

    Tina Gerber, 33, a Janesville native, recently opened Crazy Daisy Photography at 207 E. State St. in Mauston. "Both my husband, Jerry, and I worked full-time in the Guards at Volk Field, and were both deployed to Afghanistan," Gerber said.

  • A photographer's restless quest to pay attention

    "I call it the Zen bell," the photographer Joel Meyerowitz said recently, describing a nagging compulsion to begin a long-term project about banks in the wake of the Great Recession.

  • Allan Warren's camera captured celebrities and royalty

    Now, Warren explains whether or not a return to writing for the theatre is in his future, what the greatest challenge of his career has been, if there is a certain atmosphere that he tries to convey through his photography, and much more. Joseph F ...

  • Noted news photographer Gary Haynes dies

    Highly respected newspaper and wire service photojournalist Gary Haynes has died of natural causes at his home in San Francisco, authorities say.

  • Shooting the Stars

    It was the start of a creative partnership that would see them travel the world as the photography duo known as Markus + Indrani, snapping portraits of celebrities for glossy publications such as Vogue and Vanity Fair.

  • Exhibit: War photography show debuts in Texas museum

    HOUSTON - It was a moment Nina Berman did not expect to capture when she entered an Illinois wedding studio in 2006. She knew Tyler Ziegel had been horribly injured, his face mutilated beyond recognition by a suicide bombing in the Iraq War.

  • Holiday Camera Sales, Photography Workshops & More...

    With the official holiday shopping season underway, I keep seeing great sales & specials at Canon & Nikon. Browse around, there's usually more than just the headline.

  • Chance for budding wildlife photographers to shine

    A LOCAL conservation charity is inviting photographers from Redditch, Bromsgrove and Droitwich to try their hand at a competition and raise some money at the same time.

  • Photography exhibit from Rock and Roll Hall of Fame comes to South Shore Arts

    For Cleveland-based photographer Janet Macoska, a 1989 photo she took of Sir Paul McCartney brings her career full circle. Her love of The Beatles inspired her to become a rock and roll photojournalist.

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