Contemplative photography is about more than taking pictures, says Andy Karr. It’s about fully connecting with the visual richness of our lives.
Source: How to Practice Contemplative Photography – Lion’s Roar
Girls by Girls debuted the night of Feb. 7 and was curated specifically by Alia Youssef, a fourth year Image Arts student
Source: Photography by women, of women makes its way to the Image Arts Centre | The Eyeopener
It’s so cool that social media outlets such as Instagram are allowing more photographers & artists to be “discovered” and brought into the traditional outlets.
Shawn Theodore, better known to his 67,000 Instagram followers as _XST (pronounced “Exist”), opened his first exhibition at the African American Museum in Philadelphia called “Church of Broken Pieces,” a photographic exploration of changing identities of black America.
Source: Philly’s Instagram-famous street photographer gets his first museum show
Experts believe that prints in the album show the artist, his mistress and a ship’s doctor
Source: Images of Gauguin in Tahiti discovered in photo album
Two photographers behind Apple’s latest “Shot on iPhone” campaign share their top tips for shooting creative iPhone photos at night.
Source: Night Photography Tips – Take iPhone Picture At Night
“Getty Images are now taking applications for a newly created female sports photographer internship. Offered in partnership with Women’s Sport Trust, Cerno Capital and Canon, the internship will be a paid position in Getty Images’ London office and will run for one year from July 2017. During this time the photographer will learn all angles of the sports photography business by shadowing the picture desk, assignments team and field editors and honing her photography skills at sporting events. Applicants are asked to submit a CV and cover letter alongside a portfolio of their 15 best images.”
Getty Images are now taking applications for a newly created female sports photographer internship.
Source: Getty Images Announce First Female Sports Photographer Internship | PhotographyBLOG
Documentary filmmaker Christine Ren combines her passions for the arts, sciences and dance to advocate for ocean conservation.
Source: Underwater photography and films advocate for ocean conservation – National Geographic Society (blogs)