Golden Foundation Artist Residency Program Now Active

The Golden Foundation, linked with the Golden people who produce the most wonderful acrylic-based artist materials, now has their residency program in place. Details are on their website at http://www.goldenfoundation.org/. Basically they have a four-week residency program where the selected artists explore materials, etc. The location is in central New York state.  

This Week in Photography 4th March 2012 and reflections on the 5D Mark III

A roundup of some of the things about photography on the Internet that I found interesting this week. I guess the most interesting thing to occur this week was the announcement of the new Canon 5D Mark III with only a minor change in resolution compared to the previously announced Nikon D800’s massive jump in […]

The Week in Photography 27 February 2012

Our new weekly roundup of interesting material from the web over the previous week to do with photography. In this series I’ll point you at the content on the web that has caught my eye that is relevant to photography in some way: Like a Kickstarter for photojournalism, Emphas.is helps finance visual storytelling http://thenextweb.com/media/2012/02/26/like-a-kickstarter-for-photojournalism-emphas-is-helps-finance-visual-storytelling/?awesm=tnw.to_1DSlx A […]

LoFi Gallery in London Call for Submissions For Their Opening Exhibition

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. […]

LoFi Gallery, London Is a New Gallery for LoFo Photography

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 […]

Interesting Video From Sky News About David Hockney’s Use of an iPad to Make His Latest Exhibition

David Hockney, who has always widely experimented with different mediums for making art is exhibiting his latest work. The exhibition is at London’s Royal Academy of Art and runs till April 9th, 2012. Here’s the link to the Huffington Post piece on the exhibition.  

Photography Wisdom Now Available As Five eBooks, a Print Book and an App for iPad

My Photography Wisdom book, containing 50 great chapters on improving your photography and digital art through a better understanding of the process, is now available in multiple forms. Photography Wisdom itself is available as: A print book from Amazon An ebook for Kindle from Amazon An ebook for Kindle and all other ebook readers, plus […]

DIMi Is Now A Magazine

Yes, it is here. digital imageMaker international is now out as a magazine featuring profiles and interviews with leading photographers and digital artists of our time. digital imageMaker international 01 brings you some of the world’s best photography and digital art in book form. This volume in an ongoing series brings you portrait photography by […]

Blurb Brings Photobooks to iPad

Blurb has today announced that they will be providing a publishing option to iPad. In the first iteration photographers who have used Blurb’s Bookify and BookSmart software will be able to publish in a way that maintains the formatting of the print version. Emails go out next month with the details and support for photographers […]

Phoozl on Facebook a Photo Challenge

Phoozl Launches Unique “Alphabetography Photo Challenge” on Facebook Photo games site Phoozl.com has announced the launch of its new, seasonal “Alphabetography Photo Challenge: the Four Seasons” contest as a Facebook Application. The first “Winter” challenge or contest has just begun after the start of the Winter 2010/11 season (in the Northern Hemisphere), and it runs […]