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Slideshow: 'Photocrati Fund' Photography Grant Competition Winners

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July 5, 2011 /Photography News/  Photocrati Media named Vancouver-based environmental photographer Paul Colangelo as the 2011 Photocrati Fund Fellow in early June. For his project, Surviving Todagin, Colangelo will lead a four-month-long expedition on Togadin Mountain in the Sacred Headwaters region of British Columbia (June-Sept. 2011) to document the unfolding story of the conflict between development, conservation and livelihoods. Second Place was awarded to Robin Hammond for his on-going project Still Human - Mental Health in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Struggle for Dignity, which documents the shocking care conditions for mental health patients.Matt Eich was awarded Third Place for his project Sin & Salvation in Baptist Town, an intimate documentary of the complicated legacies of racism and class disparities in a Mississippi Delta town. Honorable Mentions included: Anna Boyiazis AIDS Orphans in Sub-Saharan Africa; Stacy Kranitz The Island - Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana; Ivo Viktorov Danchev Saker Falcon Conservation in Central Asia; Wendy Marijnissen Every Woman Counts; Alex Masi War Defects: The Fallujah Legacy; Thomas Edwin Stanworth An Uncommon Faith; Sebastian Liste Vicario Sugar Cane, Slave Work, and Andrew Harrington Living with Lions.

Photo Gallery: New Olympus PEN Cameras and Lenses

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July 2, 2011 /Photography News/ Olympus announced earlier this week three new PEN compact system cameras  and the exciting new 12mm f/2 lens, 45mm f/1.8 lens and FL-300R flash.Olympus PEN familyOlympus PEN EP-3 Silver with a classic, all-metal design. It features a bright, 614,000 pixel, high-resolution, OLED touchscreen to easily navigate and control the camera at the touch of a finger. The EP-3 features a new 12MP Live-MOS Four Thirds-sized sensor that has been developed by Olympus for better dynamic range, color depth, and noise control. The cameras also utilize the new TruPicVI processing engine, which features dual cores. The new engine also has improved start-up/shooting response, as well as faster image processing and more true-to-life color rendering. Totally new to the PEN series is the ability to shoot photos in 3D, via the scene mode on the top selection dial.Olympus PEN E-PL3 (also known as the PEN Lite) features a 3-inch tilting LCD monitor and six different art filters. It is 25% smaller than the E-P3.M. Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f/2.0 lens (24mm equivalent): This high-speed, single-focal–length, wide-angle lens is ideal for shooting everything from dramatic landscapes in low-light conditions to hard-to-get, spontaneous street shots. It has a beautiful full-metal body, and a snap ring that enables photographers to pan focus with a distance indicator.FL-300R Compact Flash: This flash functions as a bounce flash and wireless remote flash, with[..]

Passion Protest: A Photo Essay by Thomas Comery

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July 1, 2011 /Photography News/ Passion Protest is a photo story documenting the relationship between protesters and police. The series of images looks into the different characters at the protests and how their reasons, opinions and lives contrast with the police, covering a wide range of groups and societies, from the English Defence League to the Election Meltdown Group.Gaze Barrier. Photo: Thomas ComeryLaughers. Photo: Thomas ComeryChild's Play. Photo: Thomas ComeryEnglish Pride. Photo: Thomas ComeryFlagged Up. Photo: Thomas ComeryNice Man. Photo Thomas ComeryStanding Out. Photo: Thomas ComeryShout. Photo: Thomas Comery About the photographer:Thomas Comery started studying Photography in 2007 and went on to recieve a Distinction in Art and Design Foundation, winning the New College Nottingham Best in Show award in 2010 for his Passion Protest series and travelling to the Vennice Biennale. In September 2010, Thomas enrolled at Bolton University recieving the Bolton University Vice Chancellors Award for Academic Excellence. He is currently working on a new documentary photography magazine called PICT with the first issue scheduled for September. His work can be seen at www.tcphotographic.co.uk and  www.pictmag.co.uk.Photos & text: Thomas Comery. All Rights Reserved  HAVE YOU BEEN FEATURED ON PHOTOGRAPHY NEWS? Add the "FEATURED ON" graphic to your blog or website.

Update - Rihanna's S&M Outrage: Second Lawsuit Over Plagiarism

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Update, June 26, 2011: Rihanna is facing second lawsuit over copyright infringement for her music video S&M, this time by photographer Phillip Paulus, according to Radaronline.com."For legitimate reasons the use of copying Paulus' work over a million times requires an agreement that protects the copyright and the achievements and creations of our client which has never been given by our client, neither to the artist Rihanna nor to her label Universal Music. According to this, the copyright laws of our client has been infringed and the worldwide million-wise exploitation of the video ‘S&M’ is unlawful," Paulus' lawyertells Radaronline.com. "Because the extrajudicial settlement agreements failed, Phillip Paulus, represented by his lawyer Jakober, will take legal action against Rihanna resp. Universal."February 9, 2011 /Photography News/ Rihanna --already hit with one plagiarism scandal based on the similarities between her S&M video and David LaChapelle’s work-- is facing a new allegation of plagiarism after fashion photographer Philipp Paulus discovered that the scene with Rihanna being stuck behind plastic wrap against a press room wall mirrors his PAPERWORLD, a fashion editorial shot in August 2010.  This isn't the first time Rihanna and music video director Melina Matsoukas have been accused of stealing from another artist. In February 2010, Matsoukas took some heat for ripping off M.I.A.'s "Boyz" for Rihanna's "Rude Boy" video.Check out the[..]

Be Rod Stewart's Photographer in Las Vegas or Photograph with Brett Ratner for Treats! Magazine in Los Angeles

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June 26, 2011 /Photography News/ Talenthouse --the leading platform for creative collaboration-- is working with Rod Stewart, Brett Ratner and the Treats! Magazine on two life-changing opportunities for photographers.Rod Stewart is inviting aspiring photographers to submit one original photograph that captures 'soul' for the chance to travel to Las Vegas to photograph the legendary singer.  Rod will personally select the winners and the winner will receive a photo pass to capture the legendary singer performing his magic at one of his shows at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas in November 2011. Travel and 2 nights’ accommodation will be provided. A selection of the winner’s photos from the performance will be featured on rodstewart.com and across Rod Stewart's social media channels. Read all about this opportunity here.Brett Ratner, one of Hollywood’s most successful directors, producers and photographers is inviting aspiring photographers to work with him on a photo shoot with Treats! Magazine in Los Angeles. Participants are asked to submit one original portrait photograph displaying their creativity for the chance to work with Brett. The winner will work with Brett on a Treats! photo shoot to learn invaluable advice from an industry professional. The shoot will take place in Los Angeles and will be featured in the 3rd issue of the magazine and will also be credited in the same issue. Travel and two nights’ accommodation will be provided. The 5 highest voted[..]

NASA Cassini Spacecraft Captures Ocean-Like Spray At Saturn Moon

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June 22, 2011 /Photography News/ NASA's Cassini spacecraft has discovered the best evidence yet for a large-scale saltwater reservoir beneath the icy crust of Saturn's moon Enceladus. The data came from the spacecraft's direct analysis of salt-rich ice grains close to the jets ejected from the moon. Credit: NASA/JPL/SSI Dramatic plumes, both large and small, spray water ice out from many locations along the famed "tiger stripes" near the south pole of Saturn's moon Enceladus. The tiger stripes are fissures that spray icy particles, water vapor and organic compounds.  More than 30 individual jets of different sizes can be seen in this image and more than 20 of them had not been identified before. At least one jet spouting prominently in previous images now appears less powerful.  This mosaic was created from two high-resolution images that were captured by the narrow-angle camera when NASA's Cassini spacecraft flew past Enceladus and through the jets on Nov. 21, 2009. Imaging the jets over time will allow Cassini scientists to study the consistency of their activity.  The south pole of the moon lies near the limb in the top left quadrant of the mosaic, near the large jet that is second from left. Lit terrain seen here is on the leading hemisphere of Enceladus (504 kilometers, 313 miles across).  Cassini scientists continue to study the question of whether reservoirs of liquid water exist beneath the surface of the moon.The view was[..]

Photography Business: PhotoShelter Releases Free E-Book With Sales Guidance For Photographers

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June 22, 2011 /Photography News/ PhotoShelter yesterday released The Photographer’s Guide to Selling Like a Pro, a free e-book providing photographers with concrete strategies and firsthand insight on how to grow a photography business through better sales tactics. Providing key business tips direct from veteran sales leaders from the advertising, automotive, travel, insurance, and home shopping industries, this downloadable e-book offers photographers an up close look at how to succeed in sales using the pros’ proven tactics. The e-book can be downloaded at http://www.photoshelter.com/mkt/research/sales-tips-for-photographers.“Photographers don't need to reinvent the wheel to increase sales,” said PhotoShelter CEO Allen Murabayashi. “Learning from other industries is the quickest way to jumpstart your business. We’re confident that this guide will give photographers tried and true techniques to attract new customers, successfully negotiate more sales, and establish long-term client relationships.”Each in-depth interview unveils key sales and marketing tactics that drive results and reveals how these same strategies can work for photographers today. The free e-book showcases industry experts’ top tips and best practices on everything from cold calling, pitching, negotiating, closing and renewing sales, staying on prospects radar, and more – all to help photographers unlock their hidden sales potential. PhotoShelter has now published 10[..]

Crowdsourcing Solves Mysteries of a Nazi Photo Album

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June 22, 2011 /Photography News/  A photo album showing never-seen-before photos of Hitler and the Nazis has surfaced with photos dating back to 70 years ago.According to The New York Times' Lens blog, it took less than day for readers to help identify the Nazi photographer who took the 214 pictures in the album.The Times says it identified Franz Krieger (1914-1993) as the photographer, after getting important crowdsourcing contributions from Harriet Scharnberg, who is studying German propaganda photographs, and Peter Kramml, who, it turns out, has published a book about Krieger's work as a Nazi photographer. "The photographs, at least a lot of them, were taken by the photographer Franz Krieger (1914-1993). Krieger worked as a photojournalist in Salzburg, Austria. In the summer of 1941, he went to Minsk as a member of the Reichs-Autozug Deutschland. In Minsk, he took pictures of Soviet prisoners of war and he also visited the Jewish ghetto and photographed the poor people there. On his way back to Berlin, he took the pictures of Hitler meeting [Adm. Miklos] Horthy in Marienburg," Harriet Scharnberg wrote.The current owner of the album that contains over 200 photos is a 72 year old fashion executive from New Jersey. The man who owns the album lent in to the Times in the hope that the media coverage would increase the album's value into 'six figures' so that he could use proceeds from a sale to pay off medical bills that have forced him to declare[..]

“Eye on Sustainability” National Geographic & Vale Global Photo Contest

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June 20, 2011 /Photography News/ Can your photo make a difference? Is it compelling enough to spark a dialogue? Bold enough to inspire action?"Eye on Sustainability" asks you to document sustainability issues as you see them—from the stunning beautiful illustrating what’s at stake to the starkly truthful illuminating what needs to be done. Categories:WondersChallengesSolutionsPrizes:One first place prizewinner will be chosen for each photo category—Wonders, Challenges, and Solutions—three (3) winners total will receive: PHOTO FEATURED IN SPECIAL SECTION OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Winning photos will appear in a Vale-sponsored special section in the December 2011 issue of National Geographic magazine in select markets. NIKON D3100 D3100 employs Nikon's latest breakthrough technology to deliver superb results. A newly developed DX-format CMOS sensor with 14.2 effective megapixels works in tandem with new EXPEED 2 image processing engine to produce highly detailed images containing rich tonal gradations and faithful color. This combination also helps produce beautifully defocused backgrounds—a hallmark of quality digital SLR cameras. In addition, a maximum ISO of 3200 (expandable to ISO 12800 equivalent using the Hi 2 setting) allows you to shoot without worrying about camera-shake blur. (Retail value: $599) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SIGNED PRINT National Geographic is known around the globe for its world-class photography. Adorn your wall with a[..]

World Refugee Day: 15 Storytelling Photos of Refugees Around the World

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June 20, 2011 /Photography News/ Observed on June 20 each year, the World Refugee Day is dedicated to raising awareness of the situation of refugees throughout the world.The day was created in 2000 by a special United Nations General Assembly Resolution. June 20 had previously been commemorated as African Refugee Day in a number of African countries.These photos tell stories of men, women, and children who have fled their country under danger of discrimination, conflict, and aggression, to find safety and shelter elsewhere in the world. Refugee in Malta. Photo: Olmo Calvo RodríguezA family of the Madi tribe returns home from a refugee camp in Uganda, unable to go back to their family plot, occupied by the Internally Displaced Persons from other parts of southern Sudan. 28/10/2008. Nimule, Sudan. UN Photo/Tim McKulka. www.un.org/av/photoBahn refugee camp, 50 km from the Liberia/Ivory Coast border. This camp, set up by UNHCR, has capacity for 15,000 refugees. At the time the picture was taken, it was accomodating about 2,000 - but more people are arriving from Ivory Coast every day, fleeing the fierce fighting and political unrest there. The UK government is providing an urgent emergency aid package to help tens of thousands of people affected by the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Liberia and the Ivory Coast. Photo: Department for International Development/Derek MarkwellRefugees in Malta. Photo: Olmo Calvo RodríguezWoman and children in Turkish[..]

In Photos: Remembering Photographer Frederick Hollyer

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June 17, 2011 /Photography News/ Born 173 years ago today, on 17 June 1838, Frederick Hollyer was an English photographer and engraver known for his photographic reproductions of paintings and drawings, particularly those of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, and for portraits of literary and artistic figures of late Victorian and Edwardian London.Hollyer became interested in photography about 1860. Under the patronage of painter and sculptor Frederic Leighton, Hollyer began to photograph paintings and drawings in the 1870s. Artists whose work he published include Edward Burne-Jones, George Frederic Watts, Simeon Solomon, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti.Hollyer's photographs of drawings were particularly successful; printed on high-quality paper, they were often mistaken for originals. One of the most popular was a study of three heads by Burne-Jones for The Masque of Cupid. Hollyer also took studio portraits and specialized in interior and exterior photos of houses. For 30 years, he reserved Mondays for portrait photography in his Pembroke Square studio. His sitters included the artists Walter Crane, William Morris, G. F. Watts, and Burne-Jones; the writers John Ruskin, H. G. Wells, and George Bernard Shaw; and the actresses Mrs Patrick Campbell and Ellen Terry.Hollyer eschewed the formal poses of most studio portraiture of his day.Hollyer joined the Royal Photographic Society 1865 and became a Fellow in 1895, but was also involved in The Linked Ring, a society formed in to[..]

Canon Unveils the New EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II

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United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, June 13, 2011 /Photography News - Canon/ Canon today announces the launch of its latest high-quality telephoto zoom lens. The new EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II is a compact and affordable lens, offering powerful telephoto performance combined with high image quality, making it ideal for photographers wanting to get closer to the action.The versatile new lens enables photographers to shoot a variety of subjects due to its variable focal range. It’s ideal for shooting anything from portraits to longer-distance subjects, such as wildlife, sports, or even features within a landscape – ensuring the moment is always captured in impressive detail.The EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II will be available separately and also as part of a double lens kit, bundled alongside the recently-announced EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II  with  EOS 550D, EOS 600D and EOS 60D bodies, providing beginners with a fantastic start to their photography system, all in one box.Designed and manufactured to exacting standards, the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II reflects Canon’s premium design philosophy, with an enhanced exterior design and a number of premium technologies to ensure leading image quality. Canon’s four-stop Image Stabilizer (IS) counters image blur during low light and handheld shooting, and the inclusion of an Ultra-low Dispersion (UD) lens element and Canon’s Super Spectra Coatings also ensure beautifully crisp, high contrast[..]

10 Hand-Colored Photographs of the Crater Lake

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June 12, 2011 /Photography News/ 158 years ago today, on June 12, 1853, John Wesley Hillman was reportedly the first European American to see what he named "Deep Blue Lake" in Oregon. The lake was renamed at least three times, as Blue Lake, Lake Majesty, and finally Crater Lake.“Crater Lake National Park may be reached from Medford, Oregon, on the Southern Pacific Railway, and on the Pacific Highway about 36 miles from the southern boundary of Oregon, or from Kirk, on the new Southern Pacific line between Eugene and Klamath Falls and near The Dalles – [aka] ‘California Highway.’Motorists southbound from Portland may choose to traverse the Pacific Highway through Oregon City, Salem, and Albany, or go by the West Side Highway through Newberg, McMinnville, Corvallis, and Junction City where this road merges with the Pacific Highway [which] leads through Eugene, Roseberg, Grants Pass, and Medford. From Medford, the distance to Crater Lake is about 80 miles.”“Crater Lake has inspired people for hundreds of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty, and an outstanding outdoor laboratory and classroom.” (the National Park Service site)The Oregon State University Press published a great book on the park entitled "Crater Lake: A History," by Rick Harmon, and the 1916 text on the Crater[..]

In Photos: Remembering Celebrity Photographer Julia Margaret Cameron

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June 11, 2011 /Photography News/ Born 196 years ago, on 11 June 1815, Julia Margaret Cameron was a British photographer best known for her portraits of celebrities of the time, and for her photographs with Arthurian and other legendary themes.Cameron's photographic career was short, spanning eleven years of her life (1864–1875). In 1863, when she was 48 years old, her daughter gave her a camera as a present, thereby starting her career as a photographer. Within a year, Cameron became a member of the Photographic Societies of London and Scotland. In her photography, Cameron strove to capture beauty. She wrote, "I longed to arrest all the beauty that came before me and at length the longing has been satisfied." Although her style was not widely appreciated in her own day, her work has had an impact on modern photographers, especially her closely cropped portraits.Cameron's sister ran the artistic scene at Little Holland House, which gave her many famous subjects for her portraits. Some of her famous subjects include: Charles Darwin, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Robert Browning, John Everett Millais, William Michael Rossetti, Edward Burne-Jones, Ellen Terry and George Frederic Watts. Among Cameron's lesser-known images are those she took of Mary Emily ('May') Prinsep, wife of Hallam Tennyson, 2nd Baron Tennyson, the elder son of Alfred Tennyson and a British colonial administrator.  Cameron's posed photographic illustrations represent the other half of her work.[..]

Lisbon In Photos: 10 Night Views

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June 10, 2011 /Photography News/ Today, June 10, Portuguese all over the world celebrate Portugal Day (officially Dia de Camões, de Portugal e das Comunidades Portuguesas --"Day of Camões, Portugal, and the Portuguese Communities"),which marks the date of Luis de Camoes’ death in June 10, 1580. Camoes wrote the Os Lusiadas, Portugal’s national epic poem celebrating Portuguese history and achievements. Here is a set of photographs realized by Horácio Novais Studio (1930-1988) to celebrate Portugal Day. Courtesy of the Art Library of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.Augusta Street, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioRestoration Square, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioRossio, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioPalace of the Marquesses of Fronteira, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioRossio, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioRossio, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioLisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioRestoration Square, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioRossio, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioRossio, Lisbon, Portugal. Photo: Horácio Novais StudioThe Art Library of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon, Portugal) is a specialized library in the field of Visual Arts and is aims is to provide information access to readers whose research needs include studies in history of art, fine arts and architecture. Besides is general found, constantly[..]

Remembering Civil War Photographer William Pywell

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June 9, 2011 /Photography News/ Born 168 years ago today, on 9 June 1843, William Pywell was a 19th Century American photographer. He first worked for Mathew Brady (one of the most celebrated 19th century American photographers) and Alexander Gardner (best known for his photographs of President Abraham Lincoln).A photo of William Pywell taken by Alexander Gardner in 1867 (cropped). Source: US Library of CongressOn the outbreak of the American Civil War there was a dramatic increase in work as soldiers wanted to be photographed in uniform before going to the front-line. In July, 1861 Matthew Brady and Alfred Waud, an artist working for Harper's Weekly, travelled to the front-line and witnessed Bull Run, the first major battle of the war. The battle was a disaster for the Union Army and Brady came close to being captured by the enemy.Soon after arriving back from the front Matthew Brady decided to make a photographic record of the American Civil War. He sent Pywell, Alexander Gardner, James Gardner, Timothy O'Sullivan, George Barnard, and seventeen other men to travel throughout the country taking photographs of the war. Each one had his own travelling darkroom so that that collodion plates could be processed on the spot.  Their work was published by Gardner in 1866 as "Photographic Sketch Book of the War" Vols. 1 & 2. (Washington, DC. Philp & Solomons). After the war, Pywell traveled with George Custer, the United States Army officer and cavalry[..]
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