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January 31, 2013

Mobile Photography’s Road to Acceptance

The mobile photography movement is steadily gaining momentum, despite the passionate and divergent feelings about this new trend.  As previously highlighted by Ed, the Mobile Masters exhibit fully embraces the iPhoneographers’ artwork as something fresh and exciting. Mobile Masters also seeks to spread the knowledge with their iPad appBook...

January 28, 2013

Documentary Photography Summer Workshop at CSU

This summer in Monterey, California, Ed Kashi of VII will be teaching at a workshop with the California State University Summer Arts program. The two-week course, Digital Documentary Photography and the Art of Seeing, will take place from July 1 – 14. Participants will learn about visual storytelling and documentary photography while working...

Stanmeyer Takes on Man’s Journey out of Africa…

in pictures! Now that is a big task. He’s accompanying the Pultizer Prize winning reporter, Paul Salopek, on a National Geographic story, Out of Eden, on and off for the next half a year or so. What a trek this has already been and I’m sure will prove to...

January 27, 2013

January 25, 2013

Laura El-Tantawy Launches Cairo Project Website

I’m excited to spread the word that Laura El-Tantawy, a wonderful photographer based in London and Cairo, has launched a new website, In the Shadows of the Pyramids, about her long term project looking at the tumultuous and profound changes taking place in Egypt today. Her special perspective as...

Mobile Masters Exhibition at Rayko Gallery in San Francisco

As this emerging medium of mobile photography continues to grow, regardless of what Instagram does with it’s terms, here is a collection of work on the “Mobile Masters” at the very cool Rayko Gallery in San Francisco. It’s always interesting to see where tastes, styles and relevance of new...

January 23, 2013

The Great Divide

Global Post has just released a new series titled “The Great Divide. Global Income Inequality and Its Cost.” Ed went to Connecticut and Bangkok, Thailand to do stills and video for this work. Talking Eyes Media produced the multimedia. We invite you to check it out at GLOBAL POST.

January 17, 2013

Ed Kashi/Eyes on Progress Workshop in Paris, France June 2013

I’m excited to announce a new workshop and partnership with myself and Veronique Sutra, CEO and Founder of the Eyes on Progress workshops, held in Paris, France. This year I’ll be part of her engaging, eclectic and interesting group of photographers that will make up her workshop offerings for 2013. Please visit...

January 13, 2013

Art of Evidence: The Power of Photojournalism

This exhibition, open from January 3-March 10, 2013 at the Mandeville Gallery at Union College in Schenectady, NY, features the portfolio, Flashpoints, by international photojournalist Gilles Peress, which includes work from the conflicts in Northern Ireland, Iran, Rwanda and Bosnia. Peress sees his work as “gathering evidence for history” rather...

January 13, 2013

Stigma of Incarceration-A Panel at Queens Central Library

Please come and join us for a lively conversation about the stigma of post incarcerated life, with two folks living out this reality, subjects in the VII film produced last year. Here are the details. Life Light Street Productions and Queens Central Library present “The Long Shadow of Incarceration’s...

January 12, 2013

The Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography Calls for Submissions

New Orleans, LA (January 10, 2013) – The New Orleans Alliance (NOPA) will begin accepting applications for the Michael P. Smith Fund for Documentary Photography (MPS Fund) 2013 grant. This fund, established by NOPA to honor the legendary New Orleans photographer Michael P. Smith, awards one $5,000 grant annually...

January 11, 2013

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