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Tonight in NYC: Join Art Streiber and 5 top photo directors for a spirited discussion about magazine photography

Tonight at the SVA Theater in New York City, award-winning photographer Art Streiber will be moderating a panel discussion on magazine photography called “Big Shots,” which promises to reveal “The Business, Backstories, and Bulls#*t Behind the Most Exciting Job in Publishing.” He’ll be joined by Clinton Cargill, director of photography at Bloomberg Businessweek; Casey Tierney […]

Lauren Greenfield, Nadav Kander, and Art Streiber to be published in American Photography’s new photo annual

Congratulations to Lauren Greenfield, Nadav Kander, and Art Streiber, whose work will be published in American Photography‘s new photo annual, AI31. More than 9,000 images were submitted to the competition, and only 326 were selected by a majority vote to appear in AP31. Below, their winning images…   LAUREN GREENFIELD “Gone Girls: Human Trafficking on […]

Time magazine’s Lightbox blog features Tobias Hutzler’s aerial photos of New York

To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Time magazine published a portfolio of Tobias Huztler‘s aerial photographs of New York’s beaches and parks edited by Kira Pollack, Time‘s director of photography. Even though the images, which he photographed with an toward giving them a graphic quality, were shot in different boroughs, they are less about a […]

Jimmy Chin, Nadav Kander, and Art Streiber featured in PDN’s 2015 Photo Annual

Congratulations to Jimmy Chin, Nadav Kander, and Art Streiber, who are featured in PDN‘s new photo annual! Below, the winning work…     JIMMY CHIN title: “Squarespace Presents: Alex Honnold” ad agency: SpecialGuest production company: RXR Sports creative team: Dirk Collins, Jonathan Emmerling, and Robert Frost Description: To showcase its completely redesigned interface, Squarespace collaborated […]

The Wall Street Journal explores Tobias Hutzler’s unique “Twist on Landscapes and Light”

Photo Journal, the photo blog of The Wall Street Journal, recently interviewed Tobias Hutzler about his striking approach to photographing the landscape, which incorporates natural and artificial light, long exposures, and the sensitivity and vision of a fine artist. “The landscape is a familiar image in photography and art, subject of the concrete and inspiration […]

Call for entries: Latin American Fotografía 4 deadline is May 25

Stockland Martel is proud to be a media sponsor of the fourth annual Latin American Fotografía competition, which honors work created by photographers of all nationalities who are based in Latin America, work by Latin American photographers based anywhere in the world, and work with Latin American subject matter. Categories include editorial, books, advertising, video, […]

Men’s Journal names Jimmy Chin one of the “50 Most Adventurous Men”

  Men’s Journal recently profiled the “50 Most Adventurous Men,” a list that includes our own Jimmy Chin—”skier and mountaineer taking adventure photography to the next level.” In the interview, sponsored by Tudor, Jimmy talks about narrowly escaping death in a 2012 avalanche in the Grand Tetons, as well as the enthusiastic response his feature-length […]

Matthew Rolston’s acclaimed “Talking Heads” series to appear at Paris Photo Los Angeles

Select images from “Talking Heads: The Vent Haven Portraits,” the celebrated fine-art series by photographer and director Matthew Rolston, will be showcased at this year’s Paris Photo Los Angeles. Highly anticipated among collectors, Paris Photo Los Angeles is the U.S. edition of the world’s preeminent art fair for works created in the photographic medium. On […]

Award-winning photographer and director Lauren Greenfield on “My Most Important Photograph”

Lauren Greenfield has shot countless significant photo projects over the years, but which image does she regard as her most important? The award-winning photographer and director recently answered that question for Time‘s Lightbox blog, which is written by the magazine’s photo department. “The photo that really launched my career was called Mijanou and friends from […]

This Wednesday: Tune in to Doug Menuez’s online lecture on how he adapted his photo project “Fearless Genius” across multiple media platforms

The American Society of Media Photographers has asked Doug Menuez to share the success story behind his photo project “Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley 1985 to 2000,” which has been published as a monograph and curated as a traveling exhibition, and is being adapted for TV, the Web, a documentary, and education […]

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