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@AmericanPhotog Open 2022.Thanks to our sponsors  @Tamron LensesUSA   @SanDisk @PhotoShelter @Thephotocloser Meo #ShareY...
06/06/2022

@AmericanPhotog Open 2022.
Thanks to our sponsors @Tamron LensesUSA @SanDisk @PhotoShelter @Thephotocloser Meo #ShareYourWorld

Meet the Jury.
https://www.ai-ap.com/cfe/apopen/jury/

Thanks to our sponsors Tamron Lenses USA SanDisk PhotoShelter Thephotocloser Meo #ShareYourWorld Today we feature three ...
05/18/2022

Thanks to our sponsors Tamron Lenses USA SanDisk PhotoShelter Thephotocloser Meo #ShareYourWorld
Today we feature three entries fo the American Photography Open 2022 competition from April that caught the attention of judges--an evocative glimpse of a fisherman at work in rough seas off the coast of California, a dazzling shot of Comet NEOWISE, as seen just before dawn over the Arizona desert, and a studio portrait of a dancer framed by soft light. The contest, as you may know, is open to photographers at any level using any device. If the work we've seen so far is any indication, it's going to be one of our biggest years yet. Now's the time for you to enter.
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/30041/american-photography-open-2022-april-highlights-f.html

05/11/2022

Enter the American Photography Open today for your chance to win $5,000 and a Tamron Lens. 👉See rules and enter at https://www.ai-ap.com/cfe/apopen/ (Entry fee required).

Image from Zay Yar Lin. Thanks to SanDisk for being our partner.Let's see your images.
05/03/2022

Image from Zay Yar Lin. Thanks to SanDisk for being our partner.
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The American Photography Open competition is back for 2022. The contest, open to photographers at any level using any de...
04/13/2022

The American Photography Open competition is back for 2022. The contest, open to photographers at any level using any device, from DSLRs and mirrorless cameras to smartphones, got underway in March, and the first month of the competition saw entries coming in from around the world. Today we're featuring several images that caught the attention of our judges, from a shot of cypress trees in an iconic North Carolina location to a hovering dragonfly in an iconic Georgia location and a long exposure of traffic in an iconic California canyon. https://bit.ly/3M3aslS

Photos from Lynn Goldsmith Artist's post
03/31/2022

Photos from Lynn Goldsmith Artist's post

Imagine the luck.You’re a world-renowned photojournalist and you’re living in Manila and using it as your base for explo...
02/11/2022

Imagine the luck.
You’re a world-renowned photojournalist and you’re living in Manila and using it as your base for exploring the whole of Southeast Asia with your cameras. The world around you is your visual oyster with only the far horizon as a limitation. Then one day Covid-19 shows up as the new kid in town and you not only have to put away your traveling shoes, but you’re confined to your apartment for the better part of two years. Two years. Your view of the world is confined to what you can see from your tiny nine-by-four-foot balcony on the 10th floor.
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/29503/books-gunther-deichmanns-views-from-my-balcony.html

Independent photojournalist David Butow sensed a dark undercurrent in the American political psyche while covering the e...
01/20/2022

Independent photojournalist David Butow sensed a dark undercurrent in the American political psyche while covering the early days of the Trump campaign back in 2016. As he followed events in the upper Midwest rustbelt and rural towns, he concluded that the ever-changing narrative of the highly unpredictable candidate signaled dramatic times to come. So he moved to Washington, D.C. for an immersive experience of the chaotic presidency and its aftermath. https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/29511/david-butow-brink.html

Virginia-based photographer Taylor Brumfield began her journey into beauty and product photography when she was in colle...
12/16/2021

Virginia-based photographer Taylor Brumfield began her journey into beauty and product photography when she was in college and interning at a magazine. It was there that she planted the creative seeds of a style that can only be described as vibrant, dramatic and, not to use a pun (she does a lot of photos showing beautiful models adorned in colorful eye makeup), downright eye catching. In this edition of the PPD Master Series Sponsored by Tamron Lenses USA, Brumfield talks with writer Jeff Wignall about her work challenges and her inspirations. "I try to fail intelligently," she notes.
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/29318/ppd-master-series-taylor-brumfield-beauty-is-in.html

NFTs aren't as revolutionary as some people thought. While some journalists and NFT enthusiasts have described non-fungi...
12/13/2021

NFTs aren't as revolutionary as some people thought. While some journalists and NFT enthusiasts have described non-fungible tokens as having a 'revolutionary' and 'democratic' potential for upending the art market, a new study published in Nature "confirms detractors' suspicions that the NFT market is likely reproducing similar dynamics at play in the art world today," noted Hyperallergic recently. The study showed that the top 10 percent of NFT traders perform 85 percent of all transactions, added Art News. Meanwhile, two tech executives will be launching a dedicated NFT physical museum in Seattle next month.
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/29324/art-news-are-nfts-democratizing-the-art-busines.html

New York in the 1950s - Jay Maisel
12/12/2021
New York in the 1950s - Jay Maisel

New York in the 1950s - Jay Maisel

The following photos and introduction are from a book I did a few years ago, JAY MAISEL: New York in the ’50s (Nazraeli Press): New York has always been my muse from day one. It has challenged me, delighted me and acted as a flamboyant and elusive target. I have been shooting New York for over 60 ...

A thin line separates two worlds. "Molecular thin," is how the renown underwater photographer David Doubilet describes t...
12/09/2021

A thin line separates two worlds. "Molecular thin," is how the renown underwater photographer David Doubilet describes this line between what lies beneath the water's surface and what lies above. With his new book "Two Worlds: Above and Below the Sea" (Phaidon) Doubilet captures both worlds in single split-view frames. The book -- Doubilet's first major publication in two decades -- bring together highlights from 30 years of his prolific career. As he recently noted, the images were made possible by the invention of the OceanEye underwater camera housing.
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/29224/books-david-doubilets-remarkable-double-vision-a.html

Help our planet if you can.
12/08/2021

Help our planet if you can.

What kinds of plants do you prefer? Today's roundup of exceptional video projects features two kinds. Photographer Neil ...
12/02/2021

What kinds of plants do you prefer? Today's roundup of exceptional video projects features two kinds. Photographer Neil Bromhall creates astonishing timelapses of plants growing and blooming, and his latest work features a sunflower opening over the course of 10 days. Meanwhile, French artist Thomas Blanchard has made a macro film with butterflies and carnivorous plants in action. And if you've been missing travel, you might enjoy the hyperlapse made by photographer Kirill Neiezhmakov before the pandemic.
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/29189/spotlight-sunny-sunflowers-carnivorous-plants-a.html

There's a crime wave going on. Photographers have seemingly become a preferred target of robberies, sometimes involving ...
11/08/2021

There's a crime wave going on. Photographers have seemingly become a preferred target of robberies, sometimes involving violence. In January, a real estate photographer was robbed at gunpoint while driving in San Francisco. In June a TV crew in Oakland was filming an interview for a story on a spike in crime when the journalists themselves became crime victims. And last month a San Francisco-based photographer was followed home after shooting the Golden Gate Bridge and robbed of his gear in his driveway. An open letter recently published at PetaPixel urges camera makers to create more secure gear.
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/29163/trending-how-can-the-photo-industry-help-stop-the.html

You've seen the finalists. Now meet the grand prize winner of the American Photography Open 2021 competition: Indonesian...
10/28/2021

You've seen the finalists. Now meet the grand prize winner of the American Photography Open 2021 competition: Indonesian photographer Hardijanto Budiman, who takes the top spot for his image "Devastated." The powerful documentary photograph captures the anguish of a doctor at a hospital near Jakarta in the moments after he lost a patient to covid-19. Budiman receives $5,000 and prizes from our contest partners. "Thank you so much for your support. I'm very happy to hear this good news," said Budiman on learning that he was this year's winner. "I'm a typical person who loves to challenge myself constantly, so I enjoy every process, no matter how good or bad the end result is."
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/28993/american-photography-open-2021-meet-grand-prize-w.html

The judging is over. Today we announce the 10 finalists of the American Photography Open 2021 competition. Congratulatio...
10/20/2021

The judging is over. Today we announce the 10 finalists of the American Photography Open 2021 competition. Congratulations to Craig Bill; Hardijanto Budiman; Debdatta Chakraborty; Fernando Decillis; Diana Feil; Zay Yar Lin; John Vermette; Sarah Wouters; Steve Wrubel; and Marcin Zajac. Once again we received thousands of entries from around the world, from photographers at every level, and as in the past we were deeply impressed by the accomplishments of those who shared their images with us. The photographs you'll find from our finalists speak to the power of photography to move us and to reveal our world in new ways. Thanks again to our sponsors Tamron Lenses USA SanDisk PhotoShelter Thephotocloser Meo
https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/28999/american-photography-open-2021-meet-the-finalists.html

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Congrats to the judges' April highlight photographers who entered the Pro Photo Daily American Photography Open 2022. https://www.ai-ap.com/publications/article/30041/american-photography-open-2022-april-highlights-f.html Enter now! You could win a Tamron lens! https://apopen.awardsplatform.com (entry fee required)
Here's the AI-AP Pro Photo Daily post I referenced earlier today. Thx for the shout-out.
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"FICTIONAL MEMORIES" Exhibition My photographic artwork series honours women who "disappeared" starting with WanRong, the last Empress of China who died alone, in prison at age 39 on June 20th, 1946. Her remains were never found. I was working on assignment for Art&Antiques magazine in New York and I had access to authentic Imperial garments, ornaments and furnishings from the Ching Dynasty for the photo shoot. I printed the series on handmade Washi paper and framed the prints in vintage-style Chinese frames. The exhibition is at The International Buddhist Centre Art Gallery in Christchurch, New Zealand, through February 27th, 2022.
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Make these photos yours AND support important conservation initiatives with Vital Impacts. Learn more at https://vitalimpacts.org (and please share 🙏) (1) Gibbons by Jim Naughten. Our perception is that wildlife is something other, apart from humanity. This impression is fictional and bears little resemblance to reality, both because wildlife barely exists at all in this harmonious state, and also because despite our perceived separation, we are still very much bound to the laws of the natural world. (2) Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia where hyenas vastly outnumber the other predators. By Will Burrard-Lucas (3) A polar bear stands sentinel on Rudolf Island in Russia’s Franz Josef Land archipelago. By Cory Richards (4) A beluga whale shows its flukes as it dives under the sea ice. Our of respect to tradition and the rhythms of the land, Iupiat do not hunt belugas during the whaling season. By Kiliii Yuyan. (5) Iceberg by Camille Seaman Thank you Canson Infinity for providing the paper on all open edition prints and to Pro Photo Daily for outreach support. #nature #vitalimpacts #conservation
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Check out the highlighted photographers from the American Photography Open 2021 competition. Pro Photo Daily
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