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Foam Magazine Deadline: April 1st 2013 The Foam annual Talent Call is designed to showcase exceptional young photographers from all over the world. Every year, Foam Magazine dedicates its Fall issue to publishing the work of 15 selected talents. It is a springboard into the international photography industry for these artists, giving them international [...]
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Contributor Magazine’s fashion story, “You are There,” with clothing pulled from gravitypope’s Tailored Goods collection (Calgary/Edmonton/Vancouver). Fashion photography done right nice.
Michel Kliaving works out of Switzerland. His professional career began with photojournalism work for the Office Franco-Allemand de la Jeunesse about Kreuzberg, a hot spot of Berlin in the 1980′s. Since then, his work has been featured in numerous art fairs and festivals, galleries, and publications (Le Salon de Montrouge; Photographie Photobis, Paris; Diorama Gallery, [...]
Unless you will is an online photo journal that was begun by photographer Heidi Romano. Currently at 13 issues and available for viewing both online or as downloadable pdf files, UYW showcases both established and emerging international photographers. Accompanied by interviews, essays, and a clean and easy layout, Romano and UYW‘s guest curators show us [...]
ECU photo alumna Jessica Eaton has been featured both in and on the cover of this month’s ArtNews. The article, “Building Pictures,” focuses on photographers who are incorporating any and all other means into their imagery, blurring the distinction between photography and other visual media. “Taking up whatever materials and techniques fit their needs, they [...]
carte blanche is now accepting poetry, fiction, nonfiction, translation, graphic fiction, and photographic narratives for our Spring Issue (#13). New to this issue, carte blanche is also seeking submissions for a themed feature on crisis. For photographers, this means that we want you to train your camera on the moments or events that change everything. [...]