Upcoming 2015 Photography Workshops and Tours

Peru Travel Photography Workshop 2015 This is a 14 days trip in Peru, organized by travel photographer Brendan van Son. From a travel photography standpoint, the most amazing thing about Peru is the diversity. The country really does wrap up all the different aspects of photography into one country. You’ll get the chance to do wildlife photography with the condors, take portraits of people across the country, capture architecture in Arequipa and Cusco, and shoot landscapes at places like Pisac and The Colca Canyon. If there ever was a country to build and diversify your portfolio in a short period of time, it’s Peru. 2015 Photography Workshops with Frank Comisar The founder of Scenic Aperture, and also an award winning professional landscape, wildlife, and nature photographer, scheduled 9 different workshops for 2015. You can see a list with details here. The participants limit is very low, so make sure to book your place if you like … Read more

Amazing Photos: 2014 Sony World Photography Awards

World Photography Organisation announced the finalists for the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards. The images are absolutely stunning, bringing the concept of Photography to a whole new level. Shortlisted photographers are promoted globally through our international press campaigns, partner links and WPO’s website, The Magazine, YouTube Channel, and a selection are exhibited in London at the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards Winners’ Exhibition, 1 – 18 May 2014. A few numbers to justify why this event had the highest number of entries in the awards’ seven-year history: 139,544 submissions 166 countries represented You can view the entire gallery with the best photography entered in this contest here: Superb Photogrpahy Collection by Cathegory Professional Open Youth And here are my a few of them for a quick peak  – most of them from the Open category which I found to be the most interesting:    

National Portrait Gallery, November 26, 2008 – September 27, 2009

Six photographers who, by working on assignment for publications such as the New Yorker, Esquire, and the New York Times Magazine, bring their distinctive “take” on contemporary portraiture to a broad audience. Location: The National Portrait Gallery is conveniently located at Eighth and F Streets, NW, in Washington D.C., above the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metrorail station (red, yellow, and green lines). Museum Hours: 11:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. daily. Closed December 25. Admission: FREE National Portrait Gallery, November 26, 2008 – September 27, 2009 Katy Grannan Since receiving her M.A. from Yale in 1999, Katy Grannan has been exhibiting her photographs throughout Europe and America to increasing critical acclaim. The Massachusetts-born Grannan produces distinctive, haunting portraits, often using the mundane particulars of everyday lives to heighten our sense of her subjects individuality. Kathleen Katy Grannan Chromogenic print, 2007 Published in New York Times Magazine, March 18, 2007 Collection of the artist, courtesy Greenberg … Read more

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