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All About Photo Presents
Part of the exclusive online showroom developed by All About Photo, this exhibition is on view for the month of May 2022 and includes eighteen photographs from the series 'Black Diamond'
Beach Lovers by Erica Reade
At a time in global history when connection with others has been tested from two years of separations and quarantining, Erica Reade's photographs resonate well beyond the beach atmosphere of the image settings. Her black and white photos are focused on intimacy and physical connections between couples at beaches in New York. She focused particularly on the Rockaways, Fort Tilden and Coney Island, and has called this project "an NYC summer love story." Expressions of love and sensuality are made visible in these nostalgic black and white photographs.
MIOPS FLEX: a clever way to do photography
The MIOPS FLEX is an interesting new camera trigger, this appears to be a mix between a smart intervalometer for your supported camera but it also connects to a compatible camera via the PC connection port and allows you to change your camera settings, preview the camera's live-view (to assist with framing), conduct HDR bracketing and stacking (for example to stack multiple lightning shots), focus stacking, conducting holy grail (day-to-night time-lapse), to geotag images from your phones GPS, and to back up some of your images.
Portrait(s) 2022: TEN years of photography in Vichy
Portrait(s) celebrates its 10th edition! The Vichy photographic event, dedicated to the age-old art of portraiture, takes place at the Palais des Congrès, a showcase housed in the Vichy Opera House, for indoor exhibitions. In addition to this emblematic place of the city, located in the heart of the thermal park, the other exhibition sites of the festival, located outside: the esplanade of the lake of Allier, the place Saint-Louis and the square of the station.
An Exploding World by Rankin
June' 22 sees the launch of a new colour, 68 page photographic coffee table book by British photographer - Rankin- An Exploding World that highlights the importance of creativity as a tool for mental well being.
Hans Georg Berger: The Learning Photographer
From the 8th of April to 16th of July, 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery is proud to present, for the first time in Milan, the work of German photographer and writer Hans Georg Berger. The exhibition, entitled 'The learning photographer', brings together more than 30 sophisticated black and white gelatin silver photographs printed on fine art baryta paper produced from negatives conserved in the German artist's archive and carefully selected by the directors of the gallery and the artist.
Station to Station by Ed Hotchkiss
The New York City subway system shuttles many of the over 8 million NYC residents from here, to there, and photographer Ed Hotchkiss journeyed on every line, criss-crossing the city and its boroughs, discovering and noticing. The subway cars gather and hold for a finite amount of time a seemingly random group of people, all with their own unique lives, hopes, and plans, and who each disperse and disappear upon exiting the train. This setting provides a unique opportunity to observe the vast array of humanity that signifies New York. These images reflect the value Ed saw in what he found.
From Where Loss Comes by Pradip Malde
Nearly half a century after he left his native Tanzania, Pradip Malde returned with a large-format camera to document the lives of women affected by female genital mutilation and cutting (FGM/C). With Sarah Mwaga, founder of the Anti Female Genital Mutilation Network (AFNET), he traveled more than 3,000 miles over three years, visiting remote communities to converse with and photograph activist women —victims of FGM and former ngariba (Swahili for “circumcisers”)—, the sacred sites where these rituals take place, and the cutting tools used by ngariba who have renounced the practice.
Dining Alone In the Company of Solitude by Nancy A. Scherl
Nancy A. Scherl's color photographs of people dining alone evoke a certain curiosity. What are the individuals thinking? What are they observing as they eat their meals and watch fellow diners? Is this a favorite pastime to collect their own thoughts, or are they waiting for someone, or are they lonely? The viewer does not know their stories, though they have them, everyone does.
Best Rising Photographers of April 2022
We continue to discover incredible work from photographers that live and travel all around the world. Here is a selection of some incredible images of rising star photographers for this month of April 2022 you can get some creative inspiration from. We hope you enjoy this collection. Thank you for allowing us to discover so many incredible images each month through our different call for entries or spontaneous portfolio submissions.
Overall Winners of the Sony World Photography Awards 2022
The World Photography Organisation is delighted to announce the overall winners in the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards 2022. The acclaimed photographer Adam Ferguson (Australia) has won the Photographer of the Year title and accompanying $25,000 (USD) cash prize and a range of Sony digital imaging kit. Also announced are the ten category winners alongside 2nd and 3rd place of the Professional competition as well as overall winners of the Open, Student and Youth competitions.
With the Naga in Burma
Already two years ago we visited the Naga villages of Layong and Konyak, located in the remote border area to India. Now again we are exploring the Naga Hills in Burma. The only way to reach them is by motorcycle. The villages are too far apart for us to reach them on foot in a day's walk in the heat. There are only rudimentary dirt roads. They often end abruptly at a rattan suspension bridge
Best Modern Photographers of March 2022
What better way to improve your own work than to be inspired by others? I am absolutely convinced that discovering new portfolios on a regular basis helps educate your eye and have a better understanding of the possibilities that photography offers. Contemplating amazing images, in addition to being a pleasure, is a very good way to develop your "photographic eye", that little extra thing that will make your photos stand out. Each month we continue to discover incredible work from photographers that live and travel all around the world. Here is a selection of some incredible images of modern photographers for this month of January 2022 you can get some creative inspiration from.
Exclusive Interview with  Castro Frank
Castro Frank is a Los Angeles based visual artist who has translated his personal experiences of growing up in the San Fernando Valley into a signature journalistic and candid approach to photography.
Godox MF12 Macro Flash: An innovative and modular solution
Godox just released a unique new Macro flash, that is extremely versatile, modular, and promises to be a true innovation. The brand has been offering a strong range of powerful flashguns with features you would normally only find on much more expensive products in the past.
Will Burrard-Lucas Stunning Photographs Support the Conservation of Africa
British wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas has launched an exclusive collection of Fine Art prints that support the protection of endangered wildlife by raising awareness and funds for vital conservation projects in Africa.
Exclusive Interview with Emerald Arguelles
Emerald Arguelles is a photographer and editor based in Savannah, GA. As a young visual artist, Emerald has become an internationally recognized photographer through her explorations and capturing of Black America.
All About Photo Presents
Part of the exclusive online showroom developed by All About Photo, this exhibition is on view for the months of March and April 2022 and includes twenty photographs from the series 'The Country that Drowned'
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