I came across this photo over at the New York Times of Sarah Palin. I wonder what her environmental policy is?
Tim Rudman, master printer and all around great guy has launched a new website that is certainly worth a look. Be sure to check out his work from Iceland.
It is almost September and time for the leaves to change as well as things on gallery walls around the country.
Here are some highlights over the next month.
Yossi Milo Gallery
Hasted Hunt Gallery
Sanctuary By Six
New Orleans Photographers
Bonni Benrubi Gallery
Whitney Museum of American Art
Robert Mapplethorpe Polaroids
All Rise Gallery Chicago
Grand Matter/ Group show
Michael Mazzeo Gallery
If you have any other photo openings in the month of September please let us know and we will try to post them.
PDN and National Geographic Traveler are sponsoring the World in Focus travel photography contest. Multiple categories, professional and amateur contests, and a list of some pretty great prizes including 15-day trip for two to Antarctica aboard the National Geographic Endeavour for the top amateur prize. Only a $12 entry fee for amateurs, $35 for professionals.
Extended deadline for entry is September 8 2008.
Urban Outfitters (the clothing shop) and the Lomographic Society (the camera company), are sponsoring a photo contest.
Sounds rather interesting.
First, it’s about your travels.
Second, you have to shoot film.
The New Orleans Photo Alliance is reporting that as of this morning, 45 of the 65 spots have been taken.
If you are thinking of going, you’d better sign up ASAP.
I ran across this story at PDN. Fashion photographer Nick Knight has taken matters into his own hands and put together this video documenting his own disgust and part in what he insists is racism in the fashion industry.
Add this to the L’Oreal being accused of whitening Beyonce Knowles skin color in a recent ad and you have the beginnings of a serious problem for fashion and beauty advertising.