©Saul Leiter, courtesy gallery FIFTY ONE, Antwerp
November 28, 2013 -
Artist Saul Leiter, who spent decades working in relative obscurity before his talents as a pioneering color photographer came to light, died November 26 in New York City at the age of 89.
November 26, 2013 -
The $1.2 million jury verdict in the Morel v. AFP copyright infringement case was a vindication for photographer Daniel Morel that sent a strong message to photo agencies: Don't distribute images by freelancers without permission, then vilify the photographer for defending his rights.
© Olivier Jobard, Myop / 2013 Tim Hetherington Grant
November 11, 2013 -
The French photojournalist will use the grant of 20,000 pounds to complete a project on two Afghan immigrants trying to get to Paris.
© Deborah Turbeville
October 25, 2013 -
Renowned for fashion stories of the Seventies and Eighties, Deborah Turbeville photographed architecture and travel throughout her career. She died October 24 in New York City.
© Robin Hammond
October 17, 2013 -
The photographer will use the grant to continue his project about the neglect and abuse of the mentally ill in Africa.
© Bill Eppridge. Courtesy Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
October 03, 2013 - Bill Eppridge, renowned for his iconic images of the Civil Rights movement, Robert Kennedy’s assassination, the Vietnam War and Beatles, died October 2, 2013. He was 75. More »
© Carrie Mae Weems
September 25, 2013 -
Photographer and videomaker Carrie Mae Weems, who uses a variety of media to explore race, gender and identity, is one of 24 individuals awarded a $625,000, five-year grant from the MacArthur Foundation.
August 26, 2013 -
New Mexico wedding photographers are barred by law from discriminating against same-sex couples by refusing to provide them with wedding photo services, the state's highest court has ruled.
August 20, 2013 -
The bankruptcy court judge's approval of Kodak's restructuring plan paves the way for the former film pioneer emerging from bankruptcy protection by early September. Pensioners and some shareholders are not happy.
August 06, 2013 -
A New York photographer who provoked controversy--and a lawsuit--by photographing his neighbors through their apartment windows and exhibiting the images in a gallery is protected by the First Amendment, a judge rules.
© Huffington Post
July 18, 2013 -
A new tech company sifts social media for newsworthy images, then connects the image creators to news organizations. "I know professional photographers won’t like this," the CEO tells PDN.
© Bert Stern, courtesy Staley-Wise Gallery, NYC
June 26, 2013 -
The legendary photographer of celebrities, fashion and advertising is most famous for his images of Marilyn Monroe, taken weeks before her death.
© MACK Editions
June 10, 2013 -
The London-based photographers were awarded the $48,000 prize for War Primer 2, a reflection on the war on terror made from Google image search results and a Bertolt Brecht text.
© Abigail Heyman
June 09, 2013 -
Abigail Heyman published three books that documented the changing roles of women in photos that were personal and photojournalistic.
© Evgenia Arbugaeva
June 05, 2013 -
For her series on a Siberian village, Arbugaeva won a 5,000 Euro cash prize, a Leica M camera and lens. The Leica Oskar Barnack Newcomer Award winner was also named.
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