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School to host free photography, storytelling course

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 22:32:33 GMT

Skagway School is hosting a free, two-week course on photography, story telling and social media from July 10-21. The class is held in the evenings, from 7-9 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Why the legacy of Sydney's Stills gallery will live on after its closure

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 18:09:30 GMT

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Link About It: Photography App Predicts Where and When Natural Light Will Occur

Fri, 23 Jun 2017 01:11:59 GMT

An update to the much loved Photographer's Ephemeris sun-tracking app allows users, in essence, to watch a sunrise or sunset from the future-anywhere in the world. Known as the Photographer's Ephemeris 3D, the photographic assistance tool predicts where light will land on the ground-including shadows and other nuances-helping anyone looking to plan and prepare for a landscape photo shoot.

Trespassing translates into spectacular Batman-style photography

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 20:42:04 GMT

Wait a minute, how did he get that shot? That's what you find yourself asking when you first encounter New Orleans photographer Donald Martino's stunning cityscapes. That looks like the roof of Charity Hospital, but Charity is locked up.

This Book Collects Four Years of Stunning Architectural Photography

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 18:33:00 GMT

Creative Director of STAMPD , Chris Stamp , and fashion and design photographer Julien Boudet have come together to create a new book of visually arresting architectural photography. A collaborative photo diary, Dialogue Through Form is a painstakingly edited and conscientiously curated selection of architectural portraits from around the world.

Art gives 'privileged' view into world of sex work

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 16:18:05 GMT

Inside Outside shines a light into the world of sex work in Scotland with photography, video and audio installations by women taking to art for the first time. It has been produced by women currently or previously involved in sex work and focuses on street prostitution, escorting, brothels and saunas.

Artists show off their work to the public at this unique exhibition in Richmond

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 11:47:05 GMT

Local artists are opening their doors in Richmond and inviting the community to browse their homes, studios, galleries and gardens. The Richmond Art House Open Studios Exhibition, June 23 - 25 and June 30 to July 2, will showcase a wide range of artwork and creative talent from the borough's artists, including printmaking, photography, wood sculpture and ceramics.

Brooklyn Beckham reveals he hopes to make photography his career

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 09:42:54 GMT

Brooklyn Beckham has said he loves photographing his famous parents because they have "great personalities which are fun to capture". Eighteen-year-old Brooklyn, the eldest son of famous footballer David and singer turned fashion designer Victoria, will soon release a book of his photography titled What I See.

Say cheese: Oxford Mail's Royal snap makes it into national competition

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 09:42:53 GMT

Jon Lewis' snap of their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall visiting the Covered Market has been entered into a national competition And for Oxford Mail photographer Jon Lewis the yellow stuff helped him get a snap, which is nominated for a national award. Mr Lewis' photograph of the Prince of Wales sampling cheese at the Covered Market, has been shortlisted for the News Media Association's Royal Rota Photography Competition.

Learn the art of documentary photography at a workshop by Neha Mungekar

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 07:34:10 GMT

If you like documentaries on countries and different communities, join photographer Neha Mungekar for a storytelling workshop this Sunday. Mungekar will highlight the nuances of photojournalism.

Macau: cool ways to escape the heat

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 05:34:15 GMT

It's time to broaden one's horizons this summer and to make the most of what Macau has to offer - beyond the usual array of diverse cuisines and historic temples. Escape the heat in Asia's largest indoor frozen wonderland, Kung Fu Panda Adventure Ice World, where you can get accustomed to temperatures of minus 8 degrees Celsius.

Elsa Dorfman's esoteric photography revealed in The B-Side

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 01:28:10 GMT

Elsa Dorfman's name is not on the lips of your average photography collector and that's pretty much the point of the latest from veteran provocateur Errol Morris . Among other heavy-duty threads connecting Morris's work, the untrustworthiness of memory may be the sturdiest.

Winners of the 2016 Dog Photographer of the Year Contest Announced

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 23:15:41 GMT

Dogs are not only our most faithful companions, they make beautiful photography subjects as you can see in these winning entries from The Kennel Club of Britain's 2016 Dog Photographer of the Year competition . Both professional and amateur photographers had until last month to submit entries is a variety of categories from Dogs at Play and Dogs at Work, to Portraits, Rescue Dogs and Puppies.

On the Importance of Collaboration (and Remuneration!) in Ethnographic Photography

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 18:59:00 GMT

"Photography was a license to go wherever I wanted and to do what I wanted to do," [Diane] Arbus wrote. The camera is a kind of passport that annihilates moral boundaries and social inhibitions, freeing the photographer from any responsibility toward the people photographed.

Adrien Leavitt's Photography Basks in the Beauty of Queer Bodies

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 16:41:59 GMT

Fat bodies and thin bodies. Brown bodies and white bodies. Bodies with tattoos and bodies with scars.

Mom has priceless reaction after she gives birth to a boy, breaking family tradition

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 12:06:29 GMT

One mom's epic response to learning she had given birth to a baby boy was captured on camera in the delivery room. Dara Crouch, 29, of Columbus, Georgia, talked about the candid photos taken during the birth of her baby on April 25. She did not officially know the sex of the baby in advance.

Beyond Classically Beautiful Celebrates Black Female Bodies In Second 'Body Noire' Exhibit

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 07:58:00 GMT

The policing of black and brown bodies is more prevalent than ever, so it's important that we as a community continue to celebrate them. The multimedia platform Beyond Classically Beautiful aims to do just that through the use of photography that captures the beauty and complexity of Black female bodies.