1000 Words is an online magazine dedicated to contemporary photography in the UK and beyond. It publishes in-depth exhibition and photobook reviews, essays and interviews alongside carefully curated imagery, often around a particular theme.
Adore Noir is the world's first black and white, fine art photography, PDF based, E-magazine. We publish bi-monthly and feature the works and Q&A interviews of six photographers per issue, along with articles covering a wide range of topics such as: Art vs Science.
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Ahorn Magazine is an online publication about contemporary photography. Dedicated to highlighting the work of emerging photographers, Ahorn is also an important platform for original written content, presenting interviews, essays, book reviews and more. Ahorn Magazine is founded and directed by Daniel Augschöll and Anya Jasbar.
Artist Portfolio Magazine is a free digital online magazine that contains the art of both emerging and established artists from around the world. The artwork featured in the magazine comes directly from the winners of various themed and juried international art contests held at MyArtContest.com. Each winner was chosen not by their status in the art world, but by the merit of their work.
Artnews.org is free. Since 2001 we work consistently an alternative non-profit platform for art people to explore, publish and exchange information on contemporary art. Collaborative work and free content creation enable Artnews.org to provide a comprehensive resource for professional and educational research. You can register and contribute too.
ArtSlant.com, the #1 contemporary art network, opened its first arts portal in Los Angeles to the contemporary art world in February 2007. It now has 15 editions worldwide providing art information and access with local depth and regional focus. Working with a team of editors, writers, art connectors and art watchers, ArtSlant provides up-to-minute calendars of exhibits and art events as well as the best in art buzz, reviews, commentary and events coverage on a city-by-city basis to the worldwide arts scene. ArtSlant's artist programs bring opportunities for exposure and exhibition to our worldwide community of contemporary artists. Please enjoy our special slant on the great art cities of the world.
At Artspace, we're changing the way the world experiences art. Our mission is to help collectors and aspiring collectors discover, learn about and collect fine art. Our curators collaborate with top museums, galleries and cultural institutions to provide the best collection of contemporary art in the world. We offer limited editions and original works from the most recognized artists to rising stars and make them available for sale online, at affordable prices. Membership is free and grants our subscribers first access to our most coveted limited editions, enabling them to preview and collect these exclusive works before anyone else.
The Artspace team has a deep appreciation for the positive role that artists, cultural institutions and non-profit organizations play in our society. Every single sale of artwork on the site directly supports an artist, institution or non-profit. By collecting with Artspace, you're helping to sustain creative culture around the globe as well as supporting important organizations that are dedicated to making the world a better place.
What makes Artspace unique is that we bring you the finest selection of curated artworks that reflect the issues of our time. We're an art advisor – a trusted source for information, access and exclusive works you can't find anywhere else. When you collect with us, not only are you collecting the most important artists working today, you're making a good investment: an investment in art, an investment in artists and an investment in yourself.
BLUR magazine is an international e-magazine founded in 2007 with the mission to promote creative photography worldwide. It represents a meeting place for photographers, both prominent professionals and talented amateurs yet to be discovered, and photography lovers from around 190 countries. In these times of photographic hyper production, BLUR magazine aims to slow the pace and encourage its readers to reflect more on the images and to experience photography more profoundly. This is why BLUR omits technical specifics of photographs and focuses instead on creative, impactful photography and its creators. BLUR magazine is published quarterly in an interactive PDF format, and is run by photography enthusiasts from Croatia, USA, Canada, and Germany.
Camerapixo photography magazine is published online once a month. Presenting international photography and inspiring photographers around the world. Currently it is published in english, polish and spanish with different other languages in the near future. Photography magazine promotes photographers and shows wide dimension of photography. Reaching over ONE MILLION readers.
In our attempt to explore and comprehend some certain photographic styles,we started gathering material from photographers who share some common aesthetics,influences, or even working methods. Coil magazine is a non-profit-independent online publication, featuring selected works from those photographers.
Special edition of doc! photo magazine. Online quarterly featuring fine art photographs which fall outside doc! photo magazine’s focus on documentary images. It directs attention of galleries and private collectors to emerging and renowned art photographers. Like doc! photo magazine, it promotes photography as a universal form of communication between people of different cultures, genders, religions and political beliefs. Language versions: English and Polish.
“What cannot be said must be kept silent. But what cannot be said can also be kept silent through a display of images.” – Baudrillard (1929 – 2007)
We live in an era where everything can be copied and pasted in many different forms. There is constant shift in culture, something which Derrida refers to as displacement.
Copypasteculture displays a selection of images by curating the Web and giving a platform to talented people. The images are not always in focus, are not always new and are free of contemporary preference. Nevertheless, with the collected fractions of our visual culture which we display, we create a new language; the myth of copypasteculture.
DayFour is a magazine of personal work, mainly by photographers. Like any magazine, it has a variety of contributors, runs collections of (visual) articles, and is printed and published periodically. Some people call it a book, because, well, it looks like a book. In fact it is produced more like an album: issues are put out once a year, each one built around a theme. DayFour magazine is printed digitally in a very small, numbered, limited edition (we don't have much money). It is produced annually so we can put lots of thought into each issue (and carry on with the day job). The worldwide publishing industry does a great deal of damage to the environment, and so DayFour makes a virtue of being small and an effort to be beautiful.
Online monthly devoted to contemporary documentary photography. Each issue features 8 photographers (both - emerging and already known) presenting their photo stories. Lots of great photography showing the world as it is, without any digital manipulation. The magazine is strictly photographic, thus written parts are as limited as possible. It promotes photography as a universal form of communication between people of different cultures, genders, religions and political beliefs. Language versions: English and Polish.
F-STOP MAGAZINE is an online photography magazine featuring contemporary photography from established and emerging photographers from around the world. Each issue has a theme or an idea that the unites the photographs to create a dynamic dialogue among the artists.
Founded in 2003 and published online, bi-monthly.
f11 is a FREE digital magazine. Presented in a page flip format, the magazine is published eleven times each year. Read by thousands all over the world, f11 is for professional and enthusiast photographers, designers and creative people working with images, as well as buyers and collectors of photography. Each issue is also available for download as a PDF file.
Established in 2008, Feature Shoot has an archive of over 2,000+ international photographers. In 2011, Feature Shoot was selected as a winner of LIFE.com’s 2011 Photo Blog Awards: ‘the Web’s 20 most compelling, most consistently insightful and surprising photography blogs.’
FlakPhoto.com is an online art space + digital photo publication that celebrates the culture of 21st century image-making. The site is produced by Andy Adams and site highlights new series work, photobook projects and gallery exhibitions from a global community of contributors.
Focus Magazine is a quarterly journal filled with articles on the latest news, trends, information on collecting fine art photography. Every issue Focus Magazine goes in-depth with gallerists, curators, collectors and photographers to bring our readers closer to the thoughts, ideas and suggestions of influential people the market today.
Fraction Magazine features the best of contemporary photography, bringing together diverse bodies of work by established and emerging artists from around the globe. Each monthly on-line issue focuses on a central theme, creating an implicit dialogue between differing photographic perspectives. Fraction also offers in-depth photography book reviews. For his outstanding work, David Bram, Fraction's editor and publisher, was selected as the 2010 recipient of the Griffin Museum's Rising Star Award.
The Eye of Photography is the ultimate digital magazine where everything about photography is published daily, highlighted, discussed and archived for all professionals and amateurs to see... for free. Whether you are working in this industry as a buyer or a collector, in a festival or a gallery, as a professional or simply an amateur enthusiast of photography, The Eye was made for you. The Eye informs you of the latest trends, record breaking auctions, breaking news, reveals a long awaited book publication, shares the discovery of up and coming stars, allows you to read in depth interviews and offers all you need to know about the next must see exhibition whether you live in New York, Paris, London, Berlin, Tokyo or Shanghai.
The Eye was born from the realization that no site on the web today regroups events, news and updates of the photography world all in one place. We believe that at a time when 1 billion people communicate through images using Facebook, Instagram, Flicker and other social media sites, it is time for Photography to have a place where all its forms, colors and trends can be expressed, visualized and archived.
Translated every day in English, French, and now Chinese, The Eye wants to be the indispensable search tool for all the who’s-who and what’s-what in photography, as well as a place of inspiration for all amateurs and photography lovers. It has already become the most trusted and recognized web based photography magazine read by all professionals around the globe.
The goal of The Eye is to be the ultimate reference guide for the millions of people who everyday visit a museum, a gallery, buy a photographic book or a print or need information on anything regarding the photographic world.
Lens is the photography blog of The New York Times, presenting the finest and most interesting visual and multimedia reporting — photographs, videos and slide shows. A showcase for Times photographers, it also seeks to highlight the best work of other newspapers, magazines and news and picture agencies; in print, in books, in galleries, in museums and on the Web.
LENSCRATCH is a blogzine that explores contemporary photography and offers opportunities for exposure and community.
Considered one of the 10 Photography-Related blogs you should be reading by Source Review, Wired.com, Rangefinder and InStyle Magazine.
Musée Magazine is dedicated to displaying the work of international emerging photographers. Edited by noted fashion photographer Andrea Blanch, Musée Online focuses on what's hot in both New York and the international photography community. We publish reviews and photos from gallery openings as well as interviews with established artists. Musée seeks to provide exposure to help launch the careers of young photographers.
Nature Photographers Online Magazine is the official website of the Nature Photographers Network™, an international cooperative network of amateur and professional photographers dedicated to the art and technique of nature, wildlife and landscape photography.
One, One Thousand is an online publication focusing on photography produced in the American South by emerging and established photographers. Founded in 2010 by photographers Daniel A. Echevarria and Natalie Minik, One, One Thousand features new photographic works both from and about the South.
Peanut Butter Thoughts is an online magazine that publishes daily content, making the very best in Photography, Motion and Design accessible. As a voice for those who create, Peanut Butter Thoughts displays an eclectic selection of work from both acclaimed industry professionals and new innovative talent. Alongside the ability to share and communicate, there are articles, interviews, features and events coverage that all focus on the exploration and celebration of creativity. With our growing demand and influence, Peanut Butter Thoughts continues to offer a unique insight and intimate access into a worldwide artistic community.
PHmagazine is monthly publication without prejudice, focused on the World of photography and open to everybody. We strongly believe that good photography doesn’t necessary need “big” names on either side of the camera, our only criterion is quality.
Craft & Vision have entered the magazine publishing business with the launch of PHOTOGRAPH, a pdf magazine similar in format and concept to the Craft & Vision ebook collection.
Approximately half the magazine is dedicated to showcasing the photos of three photographers. There are beautiful Icelandic landscapes from Bruce Percy, black and white landscapes of Maine and New England from Nate Parker, and a stunning set of images taken in Burma and Hokkaido, Japan from Art Wolfe. There’s a brief interview with each photographer giving you an insight into the thought processes behind their work.
The rest of the magazine contains articles from writers such as David duChemin, John Paul Caponigro, Younes Bounhar, Chris Orwig, and myself. You’ll learn about using backlight, colour calibration, selecting focal lengths for portraiture and how to light a portrait using fluorescent lights.
PHOTOGRAPH is available now through Craft & Vision, as a PDF download
Photoworks promotes engagement with photography and new thinking on its place within contemporary culture. We do this by commissioning and publishing new work and writing on photography and by producing exhibitions, books, participation and learning projects and events including the Brighton Photo Biennial.
Based in Brighton, UK, but international in ambition, collaboration is at our core, the widest distribution of our work is our aim and how photography is consumed, our opportunity.
We are a registered charity and a National Portfolio Organisation, funded by Arts Council England.
Pixology is Tim Grey's eZine that offers monthly content focused on digital photography and imaging, delivered to you via email as a PDF document. You can then archive each issue, put them on your mobile devices, search the text, print them, and much more.
Precise Moment is an online weekly magazine dedicated to the craft, art, and stories behind photography and photographers. Our goal is to create in-depth articles that examine trends, emerging photographers, masters of the craft, and help contextualize the modern landscape of photography. Our namesake was inspired by the above quote by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Part philosophy, part narrative, and part examination of the photographers’ process, Precise Moment is The Moment of Capture Defined.
Created in January 2006, purpose is a free and independent webzine, dedicated to the presentation of photographic work. The subjects explored are broad and relevant: "chronicles of the ordinary", "Africa seen by its photographers", "environment", "social body", "memory", "margins and frontiers", "childhood", "at work", "desire"…
Purpose is a meeting-place for known and unknown artists who wish to compare and contrast their visions of the world.
Accompanied by an original soundtrack created by composers with varied perspectives, each issue is also a multimedia experience.
The concept and editing of purpose are realized by Paul Demare (art director), Gilles Raynaldy (photographer), founders of the webmag, and Francesca Alberti (art historian).
Sleeklens was founded in 2015 by the current CEO and CoFounder Daniel Chabert. He started Sleeklens after being dissatisfied with the quality of products on the market. He would often end up with Lightroom or Photoshop products that were designed to be a “quick-fix” or an “all-in-one” solution. You will find no such products at Sleeklens. Our goal is to provide you with a product that works “with” you, not “for” you. Our growing company is currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark and employs talented experts from around the world.
I love looking at great photojournalism. As a photojournalist myself, I spend a great deal of time searching the Internet for inspiring photography and stories. It’s not only a great way to learn new techniques and generate ideas, but it’s also fun. For years I bookmarked intriguing photo essays and my favorite photography sites, visiting again and again for updates. Before I knew it, I had saved dozens of sites and, truth be told, the list was getting a bit unruly. (There’s a lot of great work out there.) One day it dawned on me that there were likely thousands of others out there searching for great photojournalism, and I thought how nice it would be to share the links I was discovering with them. So I decided to create a site dedicated to powerful photojournalism. And The37thFrame was born. The purpose of this site is to share. There is no desire to profit. All of the meager earnings that The37thFrame has collected from donations, and in the past advertising, has gone into hosting fees, site maintenance and enhancement. I appreciate any support that comes my way. If any photographer, whose work is linked to and showcased here, would prefer me to remove the link and post about their work, all they have to do is ask. I will happily comply with their wishes. I plan to continue to provide links to great photography and photographers, and I hope my efforts will in some way benefit the photographers whose work is spotlighted here. Thanks for looking. Pete Marovich
The Photo Review publishes a printed quarterly journal and an electronic newsletter that is sent by email to subscribers 8 times a year
The Photo Review is a highly acclaimed critical journal of national scope and international readership. Publishing since 1976, the Photo Review covers photography events throughout the country and serves as a central resource for the Mid-Atlantic region. With incisive reviews, exciting portfolios, lively interviews, the latest in books and exhibitions, The Photo Review quarterly journal has earned a reputation as one of the best serious photography publications being produced today.
The Phoblographer is about photography reviews, tips, news, and culture. We explore the photography world and pop culture’s affects on the art form. Plus, we bring you all of our stories from a real world and down to earth perspective.
Designed as a trend book and a source of inspiration, the Red List offers total immersion in the whole world of visuals arts so as to build bridges between historic and contemporary creativity. What would cinema be without photography? Interior design without architecture? Fashion without painting? Image researchers need to see what’s new and innovative, but they also need to train their eye by picking up on the references, echoes and allusions that have nourished (and continue to nourish) artistic creation.
“Top Photography Films” is an online photography magazine that doesn’t focus primarily on technical aspects of camera control, but rather on photographic ideas as well as creativity and skills to design strong images or photographic essays. On the one hand, you find essays about the classics of photography – which are presented in combination with photography movies and informative videos that can be found on “YouTube” or “Vimeo”, for example.
Urbanautica is probably one of the top independent online publisher on photography. Beyond its editorial activities Urbanautica now regularly contributes to exhibitions, books, reviews, workshop and festivals. In the june 2012 Urbanautica has launched PHOTOEXHIBITIONS, the Journal on photography exhibitions, and in march 2013 PHOTOSCHOOLS a space about dialogue and exposure for students and schools of photography.
At the start of each month, the Magazine will present and examine a different theme facing the photography industry. Through interviews with photographic leaders, multimedia presentations and on-going international discussions, The Magazine brings you, our community, continuous engagement with the topics that affect the wider industry.
ZoneZero ® is a site dedicated to image making & photography. Founded in 1995 by Pedro Meyer, ZoneZero ® has been both witness and active participant of the ongoing digital (r)evolution. ZoneZero ® first appeared online when the internet became a public resource, making it the oldest website dedicated to photography that is still standing and growing. We are proud to acknowledge that ZoneZero ® paved the way for thinking that viewing photography on a computer screen was a legitimate platform.
Its name originated from a metaphor for the coming-off-age transformation that photography underwent from analog to digital. The name references Ansel Adam's "Zone System", as a starting point in the analog tradition and the ones and zeros that have become the basic DNA for everything digital. There is also the notion that ZoneZero ® has been at the very center, the starting point if you will, from which photography has taken many different directions. To use the words of the French poet Louis Aragon, in his preface to Modern Mythology, "Light is meaningful only in relation to darkness, and truth presupposes error. It is these mingled opposites which people our life, which make it pungent, intoxicating. We only exist in terms of conflict, in the zone where black and white clash." Hence ZoneZero ®.