EAST HAMPTON, N.Y., July 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The Retreat, a non-profit organization serving victims of domestic violence for the past 25 years, is pleased to announce their 4th Annual Juried Art Show. In the previous three years of the Juried Art Show the Retreat has garnished both national and international attention by reaching artists who have […]
MONTEREY, Calif., June 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The Monterey Museum of Art is very proud to present In Sharp Focus: The Legacy of Monterey Photography, June 16-September 30, 2012 at the MMA La Mirada, 720 Via Mirada, Monterey, CA, 93940. In Sharp Focus: the Legacy of Monterey Photography will be the third in a series of major photography exhibitions organized by the […]
LFG call for submissions Are you a LoFi Fool? A brand new London gallery is looking for the best and most interesting images taken with LoFi cameras – that’s Holga, Lomo, Polaroid, Diana and iPhone – to display in their inaugural exhibition in August. It doesn’t matter if you’re amateur or professional, young or old. […]
A brand new gallery celebrating the art of LoFi photography. Jump Photo Arts, the team behind the phenomenally successful Starsnappers Project, is now launching a brand new art gallery in London dedicated to LoFi photography. The Starsnappers project began in 2003 when digital technology had already taken hold of the photographic industry. Starsnappers developed its […]
Impressions of Light Photographs by William Neill Impressions of Light was published in 2008 in book form. I found it recently as an eBook from William’s website and bought it. The ebook comes as two PDFs, one that preserves the spread design of the paper book, the other as individual pages. It is the latter […]
Epson Stylus® Photo R3000 – Epson’s most creative A3+ printer yet Sydney, 02 March 2011: Epson has released its most creative A3+ printer yet for advanced amateur, semi-professional and professional photographers, the Epson Stylus® Photo R3000. With nine high capacity cartridges of Epson UltraChrome K3® with Vivid Magenta pigment ink, networking and wireless connectivity, and […]
The San Diego Art Institute’s “Museum of the Living Artist” is a 501 c 3 non-profit organization that promotes the visual arts. We are calling artists to submit to our 51st International Award Exhibition. SDAI is a great institution supporting the arts. It has excellent, modern exhibition facilities. The exhibition will run from April 16 […]
Call for Submissions Digital ImageMaker International is coming out as both a print magazine and as an app for iPad. DIMi looks at all areas of image making that involve some aspect of the digital. We are aiming to create ways for people to get recognition for their work, to help them get gallery shows […]
The Photography Business, Part 11: Contemporary Art Photography as a Business is now up on the HP Pro Photography blog. It discusses how to approach contemporary art use of photography.
Part 10 of my photography business series on the HP Pro Photo blog is now up and looks at the fine art photography business. Part 11 will look at contemporary art photography.
Part 9 of my photography series on the HP Pro Photo blog is now up. It is on the difference between fine art photography and contemporary art that uses photography and the impact from a business perspective.
In an interesting and timely development, HP has released a paper preset for their Z3200 large format printer line to make the production of digital negatives for alternative chemical photographic processed, like platinum and palladium printing easier. This is timely indeed, because of a rise in interest in what is called alternative printing processes and […]
Many students doing a photography or fine art study program fail completely to get out of it all they could. Here is how to improve on this. During the course of a semester of study, students are caught up in the tasks of note taking and doing projects/assignments. This dominates all thinking: the looming deadlines […]
The third part of my photography business series is up on the HP Pro Photo blog. It is on the topic of what to charge for your photography products and services.
My latest article on the HP Pro Photography Blog is on print longevity.
My latest post on the HP Pro Photo blog covers photography events and conferences and how to get the most out of them.
In this article I offer my review of some of the exhibitions. As all such reviews are, these are my personal response to the exhibitions I saw. I did not set out to see all the exhibitions. Along the way I stumbled across some other exhibitions that either were not in the program or that […]
In this article series I offer my review of some of the exhibitions. As all such reviews are, these are my personal response to the exhibitions I saw. I did not set out to see all the exhibitions. Rather I went through the exhibition program and chose ones in Ballarat and Creswick that appealed to […]
The Ballarat Foto Biennale is a month long festival of photography that is run every second year. Last time it was the Daylesford Foto Biennale (DFB) but the City of Ballarat came on board for this one and, hopefully, into the future. The BFB consists of an extensive number of exhibitions, comprising a core and […]
The Denver Post has reviewed an exhibition of digital art produced by Bonny Lhotka and shown at the Denver Botanical Gardens. Comprising laser engraved and inkjet printed panels, the exhibition gets a good review. The exhibition runs through September 20.
Photography can be a social activity. Doing some photography as part of a group can have many benefits.
Dorothy Simpson Krause’s latest book is a gem. Not specifically about digital processes, but a gem never the less. It is a book about how to make your own artist books. It covers a whole range of techniques and applications and is illustrated bya great selection of artist books.
If you want to understand how to do inkjet transfers onto metal there is no better way than this DVD.
As the weather and my schedule have permitted, I have been out doing panorama photography with my IR converted Canon 350D and a slightly modified Gigapan Epic motorized panorama platform. A fairly calm and sunny day allowed me some time in the Fitzroy Gardens in Melbourne.
Thinktank Photo July Photography Competition Finalists and Winner – Happiness We are pleased to announce the winner and show all the finalists in the July photography competition on the theme of Happiness.
August’s competition is on the theme of Action and is open to photography and digital art. See the Competition page on the main menu for entry details.
Thinktank Photo June Photography Competition Finalists and Winner – Flowers We are pleased to announce the winner and show all the finalists in the June photography competition on the theme of Flowers.
The next installment in my coverage of photo books (increasingly known as photobooks) has been published on the HP professional photography blog.
The July competition is now open. July 09 ThinkTank Photo – Happiness Prize – Digital Holster 10, value US$45 See the competition page for details. Please note that I have changed the upload process to stop people affecting others.
MaxMax.com, the people who converted my 350D and will do my next camera, also sell filters. I’ve been testing a number of their infrared filters of late and the first one I will talk about is their unusual XDP filter.