Applications are now open for the free New York Portfolio Review which is produced by The New York Times photo department, Photoville and Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York.
This year we are bringing together 80 talented photographers with 80 top photo editors, publishers, curators and gallery owners for the 9th annual New York Portfolio Review on March 26th and 27th, 2022. This year's review will be virtual and will occur over Zoom because of ongoing Covid-19 safety concerns.
Participation is open to anyone 18 or older. All types of photography will be considered.
A mainstay of photo events in the United States, the review convenes members of the photographic community to share work, exchange ideas, help each other - and have fun. On Sunday March 20th there will be a day of online workshops and presentations for the photographers focusing on working with curators and photo editors, running a business and negotiating contracts, editing and sequencing your own photos and self care..
Each participant will receive eight private critiques in total - four on Saturday March 26th and four on Sunday March 27th. To participate you must be able to attend both days.
The ACP Portfolio Review and Walk offers artists the opportunity to meet with highly respected curators, dealers, editors, and agency representatives from across the United States and beyond. The Portfolio Walk (following the review sessions) gives participating photographers the opportunity to present their work to the general public at an evening reception, open to all.
Portfolio review between June 4 and June 5.
In partnership with the British Journal of Photography (BJP), this year Photo London will offer a limited number of portfolio reviews with members of the magazine's editorial team: Izabela Radwanska Zhang, Editorial Director, Hannah Abel-Hirsch, Assistant Editor and Marigold Warner, Online Editor.
These events are aimed at photographers of every level who are seeking feedback and guidance on both existing projects, and on bodies of work in progress. Participants are invited to bring work that represents their practice, or a specific edit/project that they would like to develop and discuss.
Each portfolio review will last 30 minutes, places are limited to 30 participants will be offered free of charge on a strictly first-come-first-served basis to Photo London ticket holders.
The Chico Review takes place over six nights at Chico Hot Springs Resort, near Livingston Montana. Sixty-four applicants will be selected by our jury and invited to spend the week with twenty of the most influential and creative photographers, book makers, gallerists, museum curators, and photobook publishers in the industry. One full scholarship and five partial scholarships will be awarded. Student discounts and need-based scholarships will be available to those selected who qualify.
Attending artists receive ten formal reviews by speakers and reviewers and take part in artist lectures, panel discussions, peer reviews, and additional evening programming over the seven day event.
This all-inclusive retreat takes place over six nights at Chico Hot Springs Resort. Selected artists are invited to spend the week with the most respected and influential artists, bookmakers, gallerists, and curators in contemporary photography.
At the conclusion of the event, one project is awarded the Charcoal Publishing Prize. The winning project is then published and distributed worldwide by Charcoal Book Club.
Online reviews for emerging photographers focusing on theme development and portfolio building.
The reviews initially set out to determine what the framework is for success. Does the photography edge towards personal expression or is it seeking a wider audience, or aiming for both. Once this is agreed we work towards offering the best supportive feedback and pathway, referencing similar work and suggesting photographers to look at.
Sessions are through an agreed appointment time with options for virtual meet-ups spread over several months.
FORMAT is excited to announce the reviewers for the FORMAT Portfolio Review. 50 professionals from 20+ countries, representing all sections of the photographic industry, will be available to see your work on 24 & 25 March 2022.
If you have ever wanted to get your work in front of some of the most influential and expert photography professionals from around the world, this is your chance.
In the In-Between offers a unique and affordable portfolio review service for emerging photographers who are looking for advice, criticism, and feedback on photographic projects.
The program offers in-depth written reviews that are tailored to the kinds of feedback you are seeking for your work. You will indicate the area(s) of focus that you want the review to cover, upload your work, and receive a written review catered to your requests for feedback.
Reviews are honest, critical, and designed to offer supportive advice on possible paths forward for the development of your work. This program plays an important role in In the In-Between’s mission to act as a platform for support for emerging artists, and we offer affordable pricing options at $30, $50, and $80 dollars to accommodate all levels of photographers from student to professional.
Every weekend, The Eye of Photography dedicates itself to the portfolios of its readers. By publishing the best portfolios, the magazine enables photographers around the world to show case their photographs. To participate, please, send to firstname.lastname@example.org : - A series of 12 to 15 photographs (jpg, 72dpi 1024 pixels) - A Text about the series (English and French would be appreciated) - A Short Biography - Your portrait ou self-portrait.
You will be notified by email of the publication of your portfolio.
Registration will open on Tuesday, November 9th, 2021 at 9am PST
Portfolio reviews are twenty-minute face-to-face virtual meetings with museum curators, gallery owners, publishers and photo professionals. All meetings will take place online via zoom.
Participants can expect to receive candid feedback about their images, as well as professional advice about exhibitions and other opportunities. All participants should create a pdf in advance of their work and be prepared to share their images (and screen) via zoom with their reviewers.
See our website for a full list of reviewers.
Early Bird Pricing (on or before November 23, 2021)
$520 ($480 Members) for 8 reviews
$340 ($300 Members) for 5 reviews
Regular Pricing (after November 23, 2021)
$540 ($500 Members) for 8 reviews
$360 ($320 Members) for 5 reviews
Single Reviews (if available) will be posted in January, 2022
Are you about to embark on a personal photographic project and would like to review your ideas and approach with an expert? Do you have a long term project that you need help editing and sequencing? Are you a mid-career photographer struggling to figure out your photographic vision or where you are going next with your career?
This online portfolio review will help photographers identify their next step - from finding your photographic voice, to the process of discovering and making a long-term project that you’re passionate about, to practical advice on getting your work seen by the right people.
Each one-hour consultation is $350, which also includes a pre-review portfolio advice session with Magnum staff.
To book, visit the individual reviewer pages by clicking on the reviewer portrait below. Each page details the individual preferences of the reviewers and a link to apply for a slot to see that photographer. Each Magnum photographer will see ten photographers only during this two-day event. Places will be allocated based on your application. Applications are free. The deadline for application for March reviews is 7 March, 2021. The deadline for application for April reviews is 4 April, 2021. The price of the portfolio review is $350 (incl. tax) to be paid on acceptance of the application.
Our annual portfolio review offers the opportunity for creative artists to meet with museum curators, gallery owners, and editors from across the spectrum of fine art photography. Limited to 65 photographers, we maintain health and safety by promoting social distance and small gatherings in the review rooms. The Medium Review takes place over two days, March 4-5, 2021, allowing each participating photographer to schedule 8 meetings where professional relationships are born.
Photographers receive a minimum of eight, 20 minute meetings with curators, gallerists, publishers, and editors. Each meeting presents the opportunity to share your work, learn about curatorial interests and upcoming projects, and develop relationships that foster your career growth. Equally important are the peer relationships developed at every review event, when creative artists from across North America, Europe and Asia meet like minded individuals from distinct backgrounds.
Are you looking for opportunities to exhibit, publish, or sell your photography? Do you need feedback or advice about an ongoing project? If so, Month of Photography Portfolio Reviews are an excellent opportunity to advance your photography practice and career.
Over two days, you’ll have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with 34 of the most important people in the field of photography, including museum curators, gallery owners, publishers, collectors, and other industry leaders from Colorado and the United States.
Month of Photography Reviews have a reputation for being welcoming and friendly, making them an ideal choice for emerging and early-career photographers. Reviews are not juried, and registration fees are less expensive than most other national reviews. We also offer college students a discounted rate of 3 reviews for $50.
Portfolio reviews with CPAC Executive Director Samantha Johnston are offered year round by appointment for a fee of $50 for a 30-minute session. If you are a CPAC member at the Friend ($250) level or above, a portfolio review is included in your annual membership.
Since 2009 The New England Portfolio Reviews (NEPR) have been co-produced by the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA and the Photographic Resource Center (PRC), Cambridge, Massachusetts with the mission of bringing reviewers and photographers together from New England and beyond for two days of discussion, networking, and gaining fresh perspective on one's work. This coming year NEPR is an online event to be held on March 11-13, 2022 with a keynote lecture by Meghann Riepenhoff March 11th at 7pm.
NEPR serves photographers who are just embarking on their careers, and more established photographers, all hoping to reach new audiences and gain fresh perspective on their work. The online format allows for an expansion of participants in volume and in location including reviewers such as gallerists, book publishers, museum professionals, critics, educators and advisors from all over the world who provide guidance and potential opportunities to grow artist practices. The 2022 reviewers include: Emily Belz, Makeda Best, David DeMelim, Hamidah Glasgow, Lonnie Graham, Ann Jastrab, Melanie McWhorter, Caleb Marcus, Aline Smithson, and Mary Virginia Swanson. Of the 80+ participating photographers, ten are emerging photographers that will receive full scholarships. We believe that providing professional opportunities to emerging photographers is key to keeping the industry strong and active.
One of the best innovations offered by this ever more connected world we live in is to connect with colleagues, share experiences and collaborate together.
This is the main goal of our education program: allow you to work with internationally recognised photography experts. In this live private session, you can get your projects reviewed, prepare a submission for an open call, consider what is the best way to publish your work or simply get feedback and move forward. Forget about theoretical pre-recorded classes. Every session is a uniquely different experience where you can ask specific questions, get practical advice and expand your network.
How to get started? Simply select an expert according to their background and field of expertise, book a date and provide a link to your portfolio with a clear question or goal to start with. A 77% of our alumni say the experience was positive beyond their expectations. Take advantage of working remotely, when you need it, and enjoy this innovative way of collaboration.
Our online portfolio reviews have been so popular, we've added more dates!
To support our members with their photography and stay connected during this crisis, CPA will continue to offer online portfolio reviews. Held every Wednesday, the 20-minute reviews will be led by the executive director of CPA, Ann Jastrab. These sessions are for photographers with a developed body of work, though Ann will look at new projects too. Students and recent graduates are of course welcome.
Participants sign up for twenty-minute face-to-face reviews and receive candid feedback about their images, as well as information on getting their work exhibited and published. We are thrilled to have so many of our attendees walk away with connections that have led to exhibitions, publications, and the indispensable opportunity to network with their peers. Read more about preparing for reviews on our FAQ page.
Consider becoming a Member today for access to early registration and a host of other opportunities throughout the year. Sign up for our mailing list to get programming updates delivered directly to your inbox or email us at email@example.com.
All registered participants, instructors, portfolio reviewers, speakers, and Festival staff are required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination prior to participation in Festival events. Please view our Health and Safety protocols for more information.
After much discussion, Photolucida has reluctantly made the decision to postpone our Portfolio Reviews Event (originally scheduled for April, 2021) into the year 2022 due to COVID pandemic concerns. An event involving hundreds of photographers, reviewers, staff and volunteers, the Portfolio Reviews event is based on almost 3,000 scheduled face-to-face conversations and large-scale gatherings (Portfolio Walk, Photobook Fair, Closing Party, etc.) involving both both participants and the Portland public. Approximately 90% of our participants travel from outside of Portland, both nationally and internationally. With no way to guarantee the safety of all participants, we feel that it is not realistic to attempt to organize this event at this time
CENTER's premier juried Portfolio Review event is a conference for photographers who are seeking audience expansion, critical discussion, and community connection. Online juried portfolio review dates: October 12 - 17, 2021; Scholarships & Mentorship Available
SUBMIT: 15-20 images and a 325-word project statement
PACKAGE: Includes 9 portfolio reviews, inclusion in the Review Santa Fe 100 online index,
Whether you are ready to show a complete body of work or need feedback on work in progress, attending the FotoFest Meeting Place is the way to make things happen. The most international portfolio review in the United States, it brings together more than four hundred photographic artists with over one hundred twenty five curators, collectors, editors, gallerists, publishers, and more to collaborate, share ideas, conceive exhibitions, and build life-long connections.
The Meeting Place has facilitated in launching and advancing the careers of thousands of photographers. “This is an amazing opportunity to see work, share work, and interact with artists and curators from around the world. It made a huge impact on my artwork and my career,” says past participant Kate Jordhal.
The Palm Springs Photo Festival Portfolio Review is designed exclusively for professional commercial & fine art photographers. The Fall Palm Springs Photo Festival 2021 Portfolio Review program will offer professional, emerging professional and serious advanced amateur photographers the opportunity to meet with members of our remarkable all-star review faculty in private, 20-minute sessions to present portfolios and form valuable relationships.
Themes + Projects offers portfolio reviews for fine art photographers. Our sessions last one hour with either Gallery Director or Gallery Manager. These sessions are a great way for photographers to receive valuable feedback and suggestions as to what fine art avenues to explore.
Topics explored during the review are: - artist statement, bio, resume - body of work - marketing & communication - editing and sequencing - strategic analysis of portfolio for the current market place - pricing, editioning, and signing - online presence
When applying for the review, please have one body of work that is maximum 20 prints or two series of 10 images each.
Describe, reveal, embellish, question, disturb... a portrait can inspire many different reactions. But if there are indeed a thousand faces to a photograph, we could only showcase some of them, and this new edition of AAP Magazine focuses on the vision of 25 photographers from 14 different countries and 4 continents!.
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.
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'
The World Photography Organisation is delighted to reveal the National Award winners for the Sony World Photography Awards 2022. The National Awards program is an initiative set up by the World Photography Organisation and Sony
to support local photographic communities around the world, with 61 countries taking part this year.
All About Photo is pleased to present ' Back When The Good Times Rolled 2009 to 2020' by Charles Muir Lovell. Part of the exclusive online showroom developed by All About Photo, this exhibition is on view for the months of January 2022 and includes twenty photographs from the series 'Back When The Good Times Rolled 2009 to 2020'
American artist Sally Mann was announced on Wednesday 15th of December 2021 as the winner of the 9th cycle of the Prix Pictet, the global award in photography and sustainability. The winner receives a cash prize of 100,000 Swiss Francs (£82,000, USD109,000).
Red Bull Illume is the world's greatest adventure and action sports imagery contest which has been going on for over a decade. It showcases the most creative and captivating images on the planet, while illuminating the passion, lifestyle and culture behind the photographers that shoot them.