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Press Release Posted: Sep 30, 2011 1 comments
Give Prints is a for profit company working to GIVE 50% of their profits to various non profits. The heart of Give Prints is to help people send love to others through the purchasing of photographs. Local photographers from San Diego to Los Angels jumped on board and gave generously through donating their photographs to Give Prints.
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Dan Havlik Posted: Oct 03, 2014 0 comments

Seventeen news, photographers’ and First Amendment organizations have sent a joint letter to the U.S. Forest Service protesting a move to make a temporary plan to restrict filming in wilderness areas into a permanent rule.

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Dan Havlik Posted: Nov 06, 2014 0 comments

Photographer Olivia Muus has juxtaposed a iPhone in front of Victorian paintings to create her own whimsical photo series called #museumofselfies.

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Press Release Posted: Mar 04, 2011 1 comments

When Sigmund Freud wrote that the Uncanny (in German ‘Unheimlich’) was everything that ought to have remained hidden, but has come to light, it is tempting to imagine he had in the back of his mind the concealed (‘Geheim’) cameras that were in fashion during his early days in Vienna. Eighty years before subminiature ‘spy’ cameras became part of the Cold War secret agent’s kit, manufacturers in France and Germany were already experimenting with devices disguised as everyday domestic objects: books, binoculars, articles of clothing and, more surprisingly, revolvers.


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Press Release Posted: Sep 29, 2010 0 comments

The world’s only continuous symposium on the history of photography PhotoHistory XV, will take place at George Eastman House in Rochester, New York on October 21-23, 2011. This date represents a new two-year interval between proceedings as requested by attendees, according to officials of The Photographic Historical Society who organize the event.


Barry Tanenbaum Posted: Nov 13, 2015 0 comments

The tour bus bringing B.B. King to Indianola, Mississippi, for his Homecoming Festival concert was very late, which meant that Ron Modra would have the opportunity for performance photos, but not the portrait session he wanted.

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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Jun 08, 2006 0 comments

The Elevated Photography Company lives up to its name with a fifty foot aluminum
alloy telescoping mast that can be vehicle, trailer, or tripod mounted. This
completely wireless system allows a user to tilt and pan the camera 360 degrees
from the ground while previewing a live image on a portable monitor. Set up
can be activated or removed from a vehicle in minutes. List price is approximately
$15,000 depending upon the mounting method desired.


Steve Meltzer Posted: Oct 23, 2014 0 comments

Swiss photographer Rene Burri died at age 81 on Monday in Zurich after a long illness. Burri was one of the last of the major photographers of the post World War II generation and was best known for his photographs of artist Pablo Picasso and Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara.

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Press Release Posted: Sep 20, 2013 0 comments
© Elizabeth Opalenicj
In the 1940s, Josephine Herrick was a budding photographer with a novel idea: put cameras in the hands of wounded WWII servicemen and guide them through the rehabilitative power of photography. On November 4 the Josephine Herrick Project, the organization that bears her name and fulfills her inspiration with today’s veterans, autistic children and others, will auction more than 40 dazzling images from celebrated modern photographers as a fundraiser. The 2013 Modern Masters in Photography Benefit Auction will take place at the Aperture Gallery, 547 West 27th Street, New York City. Tickets are $150 per person, available at
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Press Release Posted: Feb 07, 2014 1 comments
Orlando’s newest lifestyle hotel – B Resort, located in the Walt Disney World® Resort is offering local artists and galleries the opportunity to showcase original works in its hotel, opening in early 2014 steps away from Downtown Disney® area. The resort is accepting submissions, now through March 15, from artists who wish to participate in this innovative program.
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Posted: Aug 17, 2005 0 comments is pleased to introduce our new double sided Chimney Prop
to our Signature Series Line. As a photographer you have the choice of using
the brick side or the natural rock side to make that special portrait your customers
are looking for.

The Chimney is available separately or with our "Santa in Moonlight"
backdrop and fluffy "snow".

Our Chimney is very light weight and durable (only eight pounds), sized for
a single baby/child or a family/group setting. The Chimney includes 3 various
sized blocks for the interior use to raise or lower the height of the child.


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Staff Posted: Oct 05, 2009 0 comments

The Photographic Historical Society, founded in 1966, is the oldest such group in the world. It will sponsor PhotoHistory XIV in Rochester, NY on Oct. 16-18, 2009.


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Staff Posted: Sep 02, 2009 0 comments

The Photographic Historical Society, founded in 1966, is the oldest such group in the world. It will sponsor PhotoHistory XIV in Rochester, NY on Oct. 16-18, 2009. The symposium speakers hail from Canada, England, Belgium and the US. The keynote speaker is Steven Sasson, the co-inventor of the digital camera (in 1973); he will display the original prototype. Other topics include photo postcards (1905-1935), high-speed motion picture cameras (a demonstration), images of Daguerre, early advertising photography, early Nikon cameras, Kodak string-set cameras, Folmer &
Schwing's cameras, the Woodburytype, J. Horace McFarland and the Autochrome 35 mm film (the most popular film format), history of the bicycle through the lens of the camera, Chinese photography 1842-1870, and daguerreotypes in Philadelphia 1839-1860.


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Shutterbug Staff Posted: Nov 28, 2007 0 comments

Kingston Technology Company, Inc., has announced it has posted an interview
with photojournalist and documentary photographer Colin Finlay on its `Icons
of Photography' microsite. The 20 Questions interview gives site visitors
an up-close-and-personal look at the world-class photographer.


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Steve Meltzer Posted: Mar 04, 2015 0 comments

Roberto Neumiller is one angry photographer. A well-respected photojournalist based in Paris, Neumiller went to the African Sahel in 2006 where he photographed the daily lives of workers in the region. When the images were originally published they were widely praised.


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