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Mangaluru: Monochrome photography barely survives, but flashes of brilliant black and white work are seen here and there, and when they catch the eye of a connoisseur they leave a lasting impression. The difference between monochrome fine art photography and color photography is enormous. Only trained eyes can see color even in black and white …

I find myself in a transitional phase in relation to photography. I didn’t pick up my camera with a decisive thought or the motivation to go shoot something a few months from now. Everyone hits a wall at some point. I’m only five years into my photographic journey, which isn’t really in the grand scheme …

This week’s unique Halloween cover was created by our very own DansPapers.com editor and East End toy photographer Oliver Peterson. Here he discusses putting together the plan that would become his first Dan’s cover, transitioning from painting/collage to toy photography and refining his artistic voice. Frankenberry by Oliver Peterson Oliver Peterson discusses toy photos and …

Entries have already arrived for our photography awards, where great prizes are up for grabs. We launched the new awards last week, giving amateurs, professionals and local camera clubs the chance to submit their footage. Jose Richart has entered this striking image into our Street Photography category. Photo: Jose Richart (60197927) From portraits to nature …

Wes Connally “American Gothic Revisited” Photo submitted Mark Turner “Biplanes” Photo submitted Peggy Torello “On Mother Road, America’s Main Street” Photo submitted Kathy White “Elmwood Junction” Photo submitted Jen Hickey “Midday Midway” Photo submitted Jen Hickey “Cadillac Vista” Photo submitted William Burke “Playing Ball” Photo submitted The Rangeley Friends of the Arts hosted the 8th …

Available light photography excludes the use of flash to utilize the light that exists in the scene. Although you are limited by the type of light available, you don’t always have to be at its mercy. When shooting portraits indoors, artificial light can be downright ugly. Overhead lights cast deep, unwanted, and unattractive shadows on …

“You never know what’s next,” says marine biologist and scuba instructor Nadine Bauer of the different sights that come up when she’s in the ocean. Keeping his visual style minimal allows the natural beauty of the ocean to easily present itself to his camera. She finds herself ethereally clinging to its vast expanse and can’t …

TEANECK, NJ, October 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Leica Camera AG, the company responsible for the first 35mm camera, and today the only manufacturer of new 35mm analog rangefinder cameras, continues its commitment to film photography with the release of the new Leica M6. Leica M6 camera Leica M6 analog camera The return of the Leica …

The Cambridge Independent is launching a new photography competition today – and we can’t wait to see your photos. Photography Awards are designed for amateurs, professionals and photo clubs, with a wide range of categories and great prizes on offer. Registration is open now via the form here, which allows you to upload your images. …

Jim Witmer: A Retrospective Photographic Exhibition will feature photographs by Witmer. Photo provided TROY — The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center is pleased to present Jim Witmer: A Retrospective Photographic Exhibition. The retrospective exhibition of photographs will be presented from October 21 to November 27. A reception honoring the life and work of Jim Witmer is scheduled …

Both photographers and videographers face the challenge of lighting their subjects. Without a portable, adjustable light source, the subject’s face can look boringly flat in the available light. An additional light source helps add modeling to your subject as it accentuates the contours of their face. It can also add drama and change the mood …

If you’ve been scrolling through your phone looking for somewhere to be on a Saturday night, you might have come across one of the North East Social Club events. Today we speak with one of the founders – Chris Sim, a ubiquitous figure in almost every creative subculture in Singapore. A photographer who has immersed …

14 Fine Art Photography Gallery is pleased to announce a special exhibition of Larry Parsons from October 29th to November 20th. There will be a special preview reception on Friday, October 28 from 5-7 p.m. Parsons, longtime photographer and member of Gallery 14, dares to ask The question! in his latest work, and takes the …

The New Black Vanguard: photography between art and fashion Provided by Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) This fall, the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) presents the first and only West Coast exhibition of The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion. This exhibition highlights the work of 15 contemporary fashion photographers – …

Fri Oct 14, 2022 3:15 PM Last updated on: Fri Oct 14, 2022 3:21 PM Photo: Reels and Stories “> Photo: Reels and Stories Stephen Curry, the famous basketball player, once said, “It doesn’t matter where you come from, what you have or don’t have, what you lack or what you have too much. But …

Since the arrival of the French around 170 years ago, countless books on the history of Cambodia have been written. Australian photography collector Nicholas Coffill believes most of these works lacked the rich illustrations that help a reader to personally engage with their subject. “I come from a theater and gallery background. For me, pictures …

It’s very easy to be overwhelmed as a photographer, especially when traveling. And yes, also with the sequels of trips where you have to review all your images. Here are some tips to help you not be so overwhelmed. To slow down Stop. To breathe. First, slow down. Take the time to enjoy all the …

Today’s hectic life makes it hard to keep calm and keep your feet on the ground. A global pandemic, news of impending war, and an unclear work-life balance have taken their toll on our mental health. In times like these, people are looking for wellness tools to have a sense of control over their lives. …

An image by Melbourne artist Amos Gebhardt, Wallabywon top honors on the 17e Annual William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize which earned him the top prize of $30,000. Her work was selected from a total of 1,334 entries, comprising 54 shortlisted images. The judges, acclaimed artist Rosemary Laing, Agency Director and Senior Curator, Museums and …

We spend a lot of time discussing the best time to buy new gear. But it can also be harder to know when is the right time to ditch old gear. I didn’t quite come to the store yesterday. I had planned to go there. I intended to go there. But a pervasive sense of …

From October 22, 2022 to January 1, 2023, Deauville will host the thirteenth edition of Planches Contact, the photography festival directed by Laura Serani in its Franciscan building. “Do you remember this photo of Cartier-Bresson taken in May 1968? We see a middle-aged man, elegant, dark suit, hat screwed on his head, observing a graffiti …

Film photographers often have more than enough to freak out about. But one thing we all complain about is the price. That’s why many of us use film alongside digital. With the latest news from Fujifilm, prices could increase further. The worst: it will affect all film photography. In a recent press statement, Fujifilm announced …

The annual graduate show Raghu Rai Center for Photography is back in the capital. This year’s edition features the works of eight graduate students from the class of 2021-22, crossing genres such as street and documentary photography, landscapes, portraits, photo reportage, conceptual, fashion and of products. There is a photo essay by Krishnan R. Menon …

For me, photography is a creative outlet that shouldn’t be limited by the confines of an Instagram account aesthetic. For this reason, I have long feared sharing my photos on an Instagram account outside of my main account. The last thing I want to do with my photos is put them in a context that …

The feeling of running to a new exhibit always elicits an intellectual response. Today, the Turkish House (Türkevi) located in New York hosts a unique exhibition called “The Connect” which unveils the hidden gems of Anatolia through landscape photography including the different regions of Türkiye and the construction of a bridge that connects Turkey and …