Photography Emulating Art

There are artists who have emulated artwork among us; some of this came to the height of it's conception during photography's modern/postmodern transition and the concept of reproduction; Andy Warhol, Sherri Levine, Richard Prince and Cindy Sherman to name just a few. For some like Sherri Levine and Richard Prince, the idea was copying the... Continue Reading →

Microphotography

In my Intermediate class this week, I was showing macro lenses and someone used the phrase "microphotography". I corrected them, because there is a different between macro and micro. It comes down to the amount of magnification; in macro, they are things you can still see with the naked eye, but micro has a 20x... Continue Reading →

VIEWPOINT STUDENT WORKSHOP SCHOLARSHIPS

NEW to the Viewpoint Student Program is a Workshop Scholarship Fund that provides 20 free half-day workshops held at Viewpoint each calendar year! Eligibility and How to Apply The student must be currently enrolled in college or high school photography class, or have taken photography classes, or have practical field experience with photography. Each student... Continue Reading →

Student Photo Exhibition

THE HUMOR AROUND US 2022 Student Exhibition Part of Photography Month April 2022 Open to Students Entry Period: November 1, 2021-January 2, 2022 Exhibit: April 6-May 7, 2022 Photography can help us see humor in unexpected ways. This year's juried student show will feature images that represent any approach to The Humor Around Us--something that touches your... Continue Reading →

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