Thursday, June 26, 2008

Image Fulgurator Pranks Tourist Photos

Another great PDN news story.

Read the article and watch the video. Here is someone creating photos and not just taking them. Or someone who just has way too much time on their hands.

You can also visit Julius von Bismarck's website here.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Matin Parr Wins PhotoEspana.

Congrats to Martin Parr on his win at the PhotoEspana international photo festival in Spain. Claude Busac, the director of the festival was quoted that Parr, "had left a mark and influenced future generations of photographers."

"His eccentric and satirical eye, along with his film and book projects, make him one of the most accomplished photographers of the second half of the twentieth century," Bussac added.

Read the rest at PDN.

Shots Magazine Call for Work

Shots Magazine has a call for their Issue 101. Work is due by August 4.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Amazon Tribe Photos, Back in the News

We posted pictures of the recently undiscovered tribe in the Amazon. Well apparently they are not as undiscovered as one might think.

Read the Guardian article.

Sunday, June 22, 2008


Issue 2 of Fraction will be out on Friday July 4th. We have five new artists in the second issue. To be notified of any of the new issue releases, please join our mailing list by simply sending an email to and type subscribe.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Weegee in the NY Times

Today's NY Times has a great article on Weegee including a video with some commentary by the man himself.

Read it here.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Sam Abell and Richard Prince

Photographer Sam Abell was interviewed by PDN about Richard Prince re-photographing one of his photographs in Prince's "Cowboys" series. PDN has been interviewing all sorts of photographers all weekend long at the LOOK3 photo fest in Charlottesville. Check the PDN Newswire for more.

Iowa Floods

Being an Iowa native, I still have family in the Iowa and midwest. All are well and far from the floods, but I have received links to quite a few photos from the floods. Most are local newspaper shots but they do convey the situation that many are in right now. I was really amazed to see how many people are smiling in the images.

Here are some photos from the Press Citizen in Iowa City.


Taryn Simon Interview

Taryn Simon interview from Charlie Rose. 3/16/2007

Friday, June 13, 2008

Open Society Institute Grants

The deadline for the grants is June 20th. This is significant funding for those documentary folks who already have a good portfolio. Read the guidelines carefully. This is not for the beginner.

Open Society Institute

LOOK3 Photo Festival

The LOOK3 photo festival is underway in Charlottesville, VA. Guests include Mary Ellen Mark, James Natchwey, and our Albuquerque resident, Joel-Peter Witkin. The festival runs June 12-14.

Visit their website for more information.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Sugimoto interview. Yes I know it is a few years old but if you haven't seen it...

There is another Sugimoto "video " on YouTube that I can't quite figure out. Watch for yourself.

Aperture Portfolio Prize

The Aperture Portfolio Prize deadline is coming July 11th.

$25 entry fee and possible worldwide exposure.

Aperture Foundation

Monday, June 9, 2008

Fraction Magazine Issue 2

Issue 2 of Fraction is in the works and will be released on Friday July 4th. We have five new photographers gracing the issue. We will also be doing a call for work for a group show taking place in the September issue.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Yard Sale Weegee

My neighbor Ralph is retired and gets the New York Times. Anything he finds that might interest one of us neighbors he clips out and puts it on our door. Today this was on my door. Thanks Ralph.

Two Indiana women buy a trunk full of Weegee photos in a yard sale.

No really.

Read it here in the New York Times

Also a interview with Tod Papageorge in The Nation.


Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Critters - The photo show

The New Orleans Photo Alliance is definitely a group of artists to keep an eye on. Here is some info on one of their photo shows. I highly recommend going to see it if you can.

The New Orleans Photo Alliance is proud to announce "Critters" a photo show curated by Keith Carter.
The show opens on Saturday June from 6pm to 9pm and stays up till July 26.

If you're in New Orleans, go see it.

NOPA Gallery
1111 Mary Street
New Orleans LA 70130


Monday, June 2, 2008

New photograph

For those of you who had thought everything in the world had already been photographed. Apparently this is the first time this tribe on the border of Peru and Brazil has ever been photographed.

Read more about it here.