© Lynn Goldsmith
November 04, 2013 -
Lynn Goldsmith Looks Back on a Life Lighting the Stars
© CJ Harker
November 01, 2013 -
Like many young photographers who document their friends and lifestyle, CJ Harker finds his inspiration in the culture of skateboarding.
© Masato Kuroda
October 31, 2013 -
Community College Students Capture Diversity in Queens
October 29, 2013 -
Fotofolios.org: An international Internet resource delivering images and opportunities to students and graduates.
photo © Christina Katsolis
October 11, 2013 -
Museum Studies: Photography Programs with Associated Museums Generate Academic Enlightenment
© Ami Vitale
October 10, 2013 -
Nikon celebrates two milestones in 2013—the 80th anniversary of NIKKOR lenses and production of the 80 millionth NIKKOR lens this past June. Renowned documentarian and Nikon ambassador Ami Vitale recently took some of NIKKOR's newest lenses through their paces on a shoot in rural Montana. See and read why she pictures her world through NIKKOR lenses.
Photos © Philippe Halsman/Magnum Photos
October 08, 2013 -
Philippe Halsman: 1906–1979
Master of Jumpology, Virtuoso of light and Aficionado of the Psychological Portrait
© Craig Stevens
October 04, 2013 -
Serving as Mirror: The Sage Teachings of Craig Stevens
© Hao Wu
October 01, 2013 -
Hao Wu, a 2013 graduate of the International Center of Photography’s General Studies program, talks about the lighting techniques behind his collaborative self-portrait series, as well as the effect this work has had on his relationship with his wife.
© John Solano
September 30, 2013 -
Q&A with Nikon legend John Solano, co-developer of the Lowel GL1 Hotlight
© Joe Lavine
September 28, 2013 -
Light Right: Learn How to Create Images, Set Up a Studio
and Launch Your Photography Career
by Joe Lavine and Brad Bartholemew
Peachpit Press, Paperback, 312 pages
© Andy Bloxham
March 22, 2013 -
Photography education is a rapidly evolving field, due in part to the
technological changes affecting the medium. Another factor in this
evolution is a changing of the guard among teachers. As older faculty
members retire or programs grow, yesterday’s graduate students are
moving into teaching positions, full of new ideas to advance the field
and inspire the next generation of students. While jobs in photo
education are not easy to come by and teaching is no simple task, many
photo students and recent graduates aspire to take on this role. For
insights about the path from student to teacher, we talked to three
photo educators who have already greatly affected the programs they
teach in, even at the start of their careers.
© NASA/Donald Pettit
March 19, 2013 -
Exploring the Next Frontier: The Otherworldly Images of NASA Astronaut Donald Pettit
© Ania Lehmann
March 18, 2013 -
Showing truth with a camera: Workshops connect photo students with NGOs and nonprofits
© Mara Vishniac Kohn/Courtesy International Center of Photography
March 16, 2013 -
Roman Vishniac: 1897–1990
Rediscovering the Kaleidoscope of European Jewish Life
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