Leica Gallery Los Angeles unveils “Digital Color” by renowned photographer Ralph Gibson – Leica Rumors

Leica Gallery Los Angeles unveils “Digital Color” by renowned photographer Ralph Gibson – Leica Rumors LOS ANGELES–Paying tribute to the milestone 80th birthday of renowned photographer Ralph Gibson, Digital Color will be presented by Leica Gallery Los Angeles through an exhibition and vernissage from January 17th, 2019 through February 24th, 2019. The exhibition will feature a series of […]

Rwanda’s “Camera Kids” Became Professional Photographers and You Can Help – PhotoShelter Blog

Rwanda’s “Camera Kids” Became Professional Photographers and You Can Help – PhotoShelter Blog In 2000, photographer and theater producer David Jiranek created the non-profit Through the Eyes of Children and partnered with the Imbabazi Orphanage in Rwanda to teach photography to 19 children who had been affected by the 1994 genocide that killed an estimated 500,000 […]

Announcing #shotoftheyear: a Celebration of Our Members’ Favorite Snaps from 2018 – PhotoShelter Blog

Announcing #shotoftheyear: a Celebration of Our Members’ Favorite Snaps from 2018 – PhotoShelter Blog 2018 has had no shortage of photo-worthy moments. This year we wanted to celebrate our members with something a little different, so we asked them to submit their favorite images from the last 12 months. The results offered a look inside […]

Addis Foto Fest: ‘I’m trying to get African photographers into the international market’ – The Washington Post

Addis Foto Fest: ‘I’m trying to get African photographers into the international market’ – The Washington Post Award-winning photographer Aïda Muluneh left Ethiopia for Yemen as a child, then moving to England, Cyprus, Canada and eventually the United States, where she worked at The Washington Post. The journey taught her many things, including the importance […]

Documentary photogaphy needs a revolution

Documentary photogaphy needs a revolution The seeds of revolution are spreading through documentary photography. A diverse band of image-makers has begun to disrupt narratives that misrepresent and disempower, exposing the flaws of a medium where ‘truth’ is more subjective than it seems.