Photographer David Hoffman has won a symbolic judgement against a government-affiliated charity - Drug Abuse Resistance Education - and the Department of Health after it used 19 images without permission.
As a photographer, you won't get around bringing your desire to photography, just as a viewer you do the same thing. You have no choice. As I have argued before, photography must fail if that desire is denied.
This year, the Gilles Caron Foundation is publishing two exceptional books for photography enthusiasts, upholding the Foundation’s mission established by the photographer’s family: to keep his work alive, and maintain his notoriety.
I recently benefitted to the tune of $11,215 (less the 8.5% taken by Kickstarter and Amazon) to do Prison Photography on the Road. It was one of the most exhilarating and productive experiences of both my life and work.
Arnold Newman (1918-2006) is considered one of the best portraitists of the twentieth century. It is the photographer of celebrities, as virtually all people of some renown or fame of the twentieth century, both the U.S. and much of the world, have been portrayed by his camera.
I’m going to out myself here. I was the person who originally posted the link to the text of A. D. Coleman’s “Dinosaur Bones” talk in that online photography forum. Allan has chosen, in recent posts about his forum experiences, to stridently go after the infinite stupidity that the Internet engenders and elevates in online discussion groups.
Just like the music industry, with which it shares many similarities, the photo licensing world is ripe to be iTuned. The industry landscape is dispersed and confused. None of the photo licensing companies know what to do.
Sister Lauren Franko was 21 years old when she entered the cloistered Monastery of Our Lady of the Rosary in New Jersey; three weeks later, photographer Toni Greaves began following the early stages of her journey in monastic life.
A master of darkroom alchemy, Jerry Uelsmann taught the art of fine photographic printing alongside Ansel Adams in the 1960s and 70s, He rebuffed the purist sensibilities and previsualization techniques popular in photography at the time, wanting...
iBooks Author is either the savior of publishing or the worst thing that’s ever happened to publishing. I think it’s pretty awesome, but there are a few things iPhoneographers need to know before you use it to self-publish.
A second approach for considering photographic realism is to define photography as a “reflective medium.” In a theoretical context, this term (“Reflexionsmedium”) featured prominently in Walter Benjamin’s dissertation Der Begriff der Kunstkritik in der deutschen Romantik (The Concept of Art Criticism in German Romanticism).
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