Benny Chan to receive 2018 Julius Shulman Photography Excellence Award

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anchor Benny Chan, recipient of the 2018 Julius Shulman Institute Excellence in Photography Award. Photo courtesy of Benny Chan. From airplane hangars and warehouses, to aerial shots of building rooftops and X-Ray images, the photographs of L.A.-based art and commercial photographer Benny Chan reveal an unwavering curiosity of how things go together. Most recently, Chan … Continue reading Benny Chan to receive 2018 Julius Shulman Photography Excellence Award

From pilgrims to pub crooners: Sony world photography awards winners – in pictures

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A selection of the winners in the professional categories of the world’s largest photography competition • The Sony world photography awards exhibition is at Somerset House, London, until 6 May Alys Tomlinson: from the series Ex-Voto 1st place – Discovery category, and the overall Sony photographer of the year. Shot at Lourdes (France), Ballyvourney (Ireland) … Continue reading From pilgrims to pub crooners: Sony world photography awards winners – in pictures

Sony World Photography Award 2018, Overall winners revealed

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Put That Camera Down: Why Taking a Break From Photography Can Help Your Career

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If you are a photographer or testing the waters, you probably have realized how quickly it can turn into an intense passion. Photography can grab hold of you, and not let go. However, like any passion or profession, you get stuck in ruts. You begin to feel stagnant, uninspired, or disinterested. Sometimes, you need a … Continue reading Put That Camera Down: Why Taking a Break From Photography Can Help Your Career

Celebrating 50 years of powerful photography

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The Association of Photographers is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an exhibition by some the world's most respected photographers. Photographs that will be on display include portraiture, advertising campaigns, and images that have documented wars, famine and humanitarian disasters. The exhibition will feature work by Nadav Kander, Duffy, Tim Flach, Tessa Traeger and John Claridge. … Continue reading Celebrating 50 years of powerful photography

50 years of British photography: from Twiggy to whaling – in pictures

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The Association of Photographers, which represents the UK’s professional photographers, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with AOP50, a retrospective of images curated by Zelda Cheatle. Here is a selection Vogue, November 1961   Photograph: Terence Donovan/The Condé Nast Publications Ltd     Jean Shrimpton, 1963 The model became one of the faces of London in … Continue reading 50 years of British photography: from Twiggy to whaling – in pictures

#6 Steps to Start Your Photography Business

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Every photographer needs to have a business plan in place. April 17, 2018 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Setting up your own business is no small feat. As an aspiring photographer, the number one question on one's mind is, … Continue reading #6 Steps to Start Your Photography Business

Photography’s Role in Shaping South Africa’s History and Contemporary Culture

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Lebohang Kganye, “Ka phisi yaka e pinky II” (2013), inkjet print on cotton rag paper, 42 x 42 cm (© Lebohang Kganye, courtesy Afronova Gallery) What is photography’s role in shaping a modern nation’s image of itself? How can the camera be a tool for not only making new images? And how can sophisticated visual literacy … Continue reading Photography’s Role in Shaping South Africa’s History and Contemporary Culture

How This 30-Year-Old Entrepreneur Changed The Face Of Stock Photography

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Photo courtesy of Karen Okonkwo Karen Okonkwo Karen Okonkwo is a Nigerian-American and Seattle-based serial entrepreneur who co-created TONL with the intention of infusing diversity within the stock photography industry. While creating for her previous business, The Sorority Secrets, she found it surprisingly difficult to obtain images that captured diversity. In August 2017, Okonkwo collaborated with … Continue reading How This 30-Year-Old Entrepreneur Changed The Face Of Stock Photography

Suprachromacy: Full-spectrum macro photography of Lanzarote’s alien plant life

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Suprachromacy is a new series of full-spectrum, macro photography, shot in Lanzarote by Marcus Wendt, creative director at digital art studio FIELD in London. "For the Rays, to speak properly, are not coloured. In them, there is nothing else than a certain power and disposition to stir up a sensation of this or that colour." … Continue reading Suprachromacy: Full-spectrum macro photography of Lanzarote’s alien plant life

Artists Celebrate Queer and Trans Love Through Poetry, Photography

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Through their poetry, photography and writing, the self-identified “alien femme” duo Alex Jenny and Effee Nelly showcase a fully-realized depiction of queer and transgender love in a decidedly unique way. The couple’s blog, appropriately titled “Alex & Effee,” is an outlet for the pair to express their creativity via elegant photo shoots and deeply personal … Continue reading Artists Celebrate Queer and Trans Love Through Poetry, Photography

Objectifs launches photography award to encourage dialogue on South-east Asian issues

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SINGAPORE - A new award by arts space Objectifs will provide two South-east Asian photographers with financial and professional support over six months. The annual Objectifs Documentary Award will encourage photographers - and artists working in photography in South-east Asia - to develop work that addresses social issues in their home countries. The Open Category, … Continue reading Objectifs launches photography award to encourage dialogue on South-east Asian issues

Photography Pulitzers Awarded for Coverage of Charlottesville and Rohingya Refugee Crisis

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Ryan M. Kelly won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for his “chilling image” of a car barreling into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville, Va. He took the picture, which The Washington Post said would “define this moment in American history,” on his final assignment on his last day as a staff photographer … Continue reading Photography Pulitzers Awarded for Coverage of Charlottesville and Rohingya Refugee Crisis

Exploring Concealed Beauty: Mariamne Photography

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The imagery of Spain-based Mariamne Photography is tender, ethereal, and melancholic. Much of her work is self-portraiture, which she describes as “an introspective journey through my own self, trying to express the fragility and complexity of human souls.” By incorporating subjects such as Kintsugi (the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery) and the “red thread … Continue reading Exploring Concealed Beauty: Mariamne Photography

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year: Unforgettable Underwater Photography

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These are the most memorable underwater images from the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. They have been specially selected for this unique book from the hundred of thousands of images received over the last 50 years. The collection gives us a glimpse into an often unseen world containing many strange and beguiling creatures. … Continue reading Wildlife Photographer Of The Year: Unforgettable Underwater Photography

New photographs Reveal Zaha Hadid’s Only Completed Private Residence

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New photos and a video reveal Zaha Hadid‘s only completed private residence — a house in the Barvikha Forest near Moscow, for a man she called the “Russian James Bond.” The late Iraqi-British architect designed Capital Hill Home for businessman and philanthropist Vladislav Doronin, that runs property companies Capital Group and OKO Group, and is … Continue reading New photographs Reveal Zaha Hadid’s Only Completed Private Residence

Minimalistic Photographs with a Colorful Backdrop by Andhika Ramadhian

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This photography project by designer Andhika Ramadhian established in Indonesia focuses on minimalism, with no more than just one person sitting, standing or in motion from a colorful patterned backdrop. His Instagram page is filled with these types of photos together with his ability in graphic design and photo manipulation to make these engulfing compositions. … Continue reading Minimalistic Photographs with a Colorful Backdrop by Andhika Ramadhian

A Photographer Celebrates Vibrant and Neon-Soaked Streets of Hong Kong and Tokyo

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Moroccan photographer and 3D artist Zaki Abdelmounim merges his skill sets to generate incredible nighttime photography of well-loved Asian towns. His photos of Hong Kong and Tokyo show the vibrant, neon-soaked streets bustling with activity throughout all hours of the evening. A love of science fiction and noir pushed Abdelmounim to create every series and … Continue reading A Photographer Celebrates Vibrant and Neon-Soaked Streets of Hong Kong and Tokyo

Andrea Torres Balaguer Pushes The Boundaries Of Portrait Photography

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Spanish fine art photographer Andrea Torres Balaguer deconstructs the meaning of portrait photography with her faceless series ‘The Unknown’ and ‘Moon’. “I think photographs should be provocative and not tell you what you already know. It takes no great powers or magic to reproduce somebody’s face in a photograph,” Duane Michals once said. When you … Continue reading Andrea Torres Balaguer Pushes The Boundaries Of Portrait Photography

Photographer Spotlight: Andrew Waits

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Oakland-based photographer Andrew Waits explores the environmental and psychological effects of rapid urbanization in his current series, “Aporia.” As he shared with us: “Drawing upon psychogeography and themes of science fiction, I translate my urban wanderings through photographs to present a fictional world driven solely by upheaval.” See more images below.