Category Archives: Contemporary Art
Andres Gonzalez was on a seemingly ideal photo trajectory. He was selected for the PDN 30 class of 2006 and was a 2007-2008 Fulbright Fellow. His clients included Newsweek, Monocle and Time. But not everything was sunny and f16… … Continue reading
Simon Norfolk talks about Full Spectrum Dominance at the Belfast Photo Festival.
Plastic Spoon By Yoshi Kametani Born in New York in 1980, Yoshi Kametani went to Edinburgh to visit a girl he met while traveling in Asia. He applied to and was accepted at a Scottish university. Over the following four … Continue reading
Press Release: What should we be looking at? The extraordinary number of photographs taken on September 11 made it the most photographed event in history and may have signaled the birth of citizen journalism. However in our impulse to … Continue reading
Rawiya is a photography collective founded by five female photographers from across the Middle East. Rawiya presents an insider’s view of a region in flux balancing its contradictions while reflecting on social and political issues and stereotypes. As a … Continue reading
From David Campbell and Jon Levy “Aesthetics have no place in photographing famine” webinar with David Campbell and Jon Levy from OPEN-i (Open Photojournalism Edu.
Here it is! The first post from my call for photo submissions. Andrew Fuller is a California-based beach volleyball player. Andrew is also currently pursuing an MFA in Photography at Academy of Art University in San Francisco. According to his … Continue reading
This Thursday, August 11th, Resource Magazine is hosting a Summer inspired film series. With support from Vimeo and Adorama Rental Company, the event sounds like quite the Summer Shindig! The festival is Bring Your Own Food, Drink and Blankets. Even … Continue reading
If you’re a photographer with a new body of work to show or if you’re a photography fan who has a new photo crush, you’re always welcome to submit it for posting on Aphotostudent. The majority of the posts on … Continue reading