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  • Frank Sinatra exhibit opens at Morrison Hotel Gallery
    Frank Sinatra exhibit opens at Morrison Hotel Gallery
    As part of a yearlong celebration of what would’ve been Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, “The Sinatra Experience” photo exhibit opened yesterday at Morrison Hotel Gallery Soho (116 Prince Street).The exhibition is curated by...
  • Nigel Barker, author of 'Models of Influence: 50 Women Who Reset the Course of Fashion"
    Nigel Barker's 'Model of Influence' tour hits Houston
    Fashion photographer Nigel Barker spoke about his new book, Models of Influence: 50 Women Who Reset the Course of Fashion Wednesday at Brazos Bookstore. This coffee-table book showcases Barker’s point-of-view of 50 of the most influential...
  • American Gothic by Rich Frishman
    Giant Photographs of Roadside America debut at Minneapolis Photo Center
    Super-sized photographs of America's roadside culture make their debut at the Minneapolis Photo Center on March 13, 2015. American Splendor, panoramic photos by Pacific Northwest photographer Rich Frishman, features more than 20 prints. The...
  • Frames of CD's of Family Photos
    Digital photos versus hard photos: Are your family photos and memories at risk?
    In an article written by Wall Street Journal a question was raised on how safe digital photos and memories really are, which peeked my interest as a parent. In the past, our parents and grandparents would keep their precious memories, photos and...
  • An inside look at the Houston Center for Photography's abstract exhibition
    An inside look at the Houston Center for Photography's abstract exhibition
    The Houston Center for Photography opened an exhibition Friday, February 27 featuring abstract photographs from Ryan Bush, Bill Armstrong and the center’s students. Guests wandered throughout the three galleries to view Buddha & Mandala:...
  • Weasel riding the back of a woodpecker captured by photographer.
    A rare photograph is captured of a weasel riding the back of a woodpecker
    No. This is not a photoshop. The Indiana Jones of weasels snagged a woodpecker ride on Monday and the incident was captured by a London photographer. The rare photo depicts the woodpecker in flight and the weasel snuggled up against him, seemingly...
  • Leonard Nimoy
    Leonard Nimoy’s legacy includes photography celebrating all things female
    The late Leonard Nimoy was a multi-talented figure who definitely lived long and prospered through his creative outlets. One particular aspect of his work that is not widely known as his Star Trek legacy was his photography, a passion that started...
  • Photographing La Jolla Cove - again
    Photographing La Jolla Cove - again
    There are several different versions of how “La Jolla” translates to English. Regardless of what it means, La Jolla, and La Jolla Cove especially, photograph beautifully in all languages! And, there are so many different things to...
  • Seattle Skyline
    Where to go for the best view of Seattle’s skyline
    Whether you’re a couple looking for a romantic picnic spot, a photographer seeking the perfect vantage point, or anyone curious to experience the city from another angle, this list will take you to all the right places.Gas Works ParkGas...
  • DNP DS620A
    Imaging Giant DNP is Set to Debut the New DS620A Dye-Sub Printer at WPPI
    This year at Imaging USA Nashville DNP IMS America, a worldwide photo imaging company, released their new DS620A dye-sublimation (dye-sub) printer for professional wedding, event photographers, and anyone with a need to print on location, which...
  • Photography: Having a Shot at the Unexpected
    Photography: Having a Shot at the Unexpected
    For some, photography means souvenir photos while others use their skill to capture the world around them. Whether your method is point and shoot or studying each angle or reflection, there’s always room to grow in your craft. It's...
  • Spider Holster Pro
    Spider Holster-Camera-Carrying Gear that makes Sense Ergonomically
    First LookTraditionally most photographers use a “harness,” “sling,” or some sort of neck or shoulder strap to carry their camera. Although most camera straps are pretty well constructed and designed to redistribute the...
  • olloclip 4-in-1 iPhone 6/6Plus Lens Review: o-yeah
    olloclip 4-in-1 iPhone 6/6Plus Lens Review: o-yeah
    When Apple came out with their first iPhone in 2007 they also created a huge third party market for iPhone accessories. One of them, olloclip, has amassed a huge devoted following of photo enthusiasts who love their 3-in-1 and 4-in-1 lenses to...
  • SpiderPro Camera Holster: Review
    SpiderPro Camera Holster: Review
    When it comes to great, functional camera accessories one of the most important pieces for prosumers or professionals is the choice of gear that attaches the camera to YOU. Whatever format you use, the bottom line is it has to be comfortable and...
  • White Water Lily 40” x 60” Dichromatic print on aluminum by De Crerie
    Deb Crerie, photographic art on exhibit at Falls Church Arts
    Deb Crerie is a Columbia Pike Artists Studios (CPAS) artist member. She is a highly credentialed artist who works across the spectrum of visual and performing arts. Falls Church Arts is exhibiting one of her photographic images that is hanging...