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The Art of the Personal Project: Ian Spanier

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Cross-posted from aPhotoEditor [by Suzanne Sease] Today’s featured artist:  Ian Spanier MoTo Personal projects have always been an important part of my career as a photographer. I’ve been lucky enough to have found some success from previous projects where they have been published in coffee table books, magazine articles and presented in print in various venues. The importance of personal work for me lies in the fact that unlike my commercial work the vision is…

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David Bowie Photographer Mick Rock is Now Printing His Iconic Images on Shoes

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Cross-posted from Footwear News [by Shannon Adducci] “Photographer Mick Rock’s images of David Bowie are some of the most famous in all of music history. Now, you can actually wear them on your feet.” “A portion of the proceeds from the limited-edition collection will go to various non-profits like the NAACP, Campaign Zero, the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the WHO and NYC’s COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund.” Read more Editor’s Note: Mick Rock is an…

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This Photographer Is Addressing The Dilemma of How to Represent Protesters in an Age of Social Media and Facial Recognition Technology

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Cross-posted from The Washington Post’s In Sight [by Kenneth Dickerman and Yuvraj Khanna] After the killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd this year, protests spread rapidly across the United States. And with the spread of the protests, there has been discussion about how news outlets should handle representing the protesters in an age when law enforcement and others can use photos to track people down, putting them in precarious situations. Suggestions have…

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Lucie Foundation: SPOTLIGHT Marvin E. Newman

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Cross-posted from The Lucie Foundation Marvin E. Newman is a native New Yorker now living in New Jersey. He studied sculpture with Burgoyne Diller at Brooklyn College and earned a Master of Science in Photography from Illinois Institute of Technology with Harry Callahan. His photographs have been exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The International Center for Photography, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney museum and the Museum…

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‘Moments in Time’ Sends a Subtle Message That No Photographer Should Miss

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Cross-posted from Fstoppers [by Nicco Valenzuela] This travel photography series definitely speaks volumes beyond just travel and photography. World travel photographer, Elia Locardi, just launched the second season of his YouTube travel series and while most of us may have started watching in the first season to learn more about how Locardi creates his near-perfect landscape photographs, I got a rare opportunity to witness how the pilot episode was produced and even got to sit…

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ASMP Update Week Ending 7.31.2020

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ASMP Weekly Update Table of Contents Legal: ASMP Strongly Condemns Judicial Order to Turn Over Protest Photographs Town Hall: July 31 ASMP Town Hall – The Latest Updates to PPP, EIDL and More Advocacy: CASE Act-ion Alert: Join the Summer of CASE Act Clicks Campaign! ASMP Foundation: ASMP Limited Edition Print Sale Supports Community Chapter Highlights: Los Angeles Portfolio Reviews: Save the Date – September 3 Events Forums Weekend Reading Current News

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Freelancers Just Got a New Option for Student Debt Relief

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Cross-posted from Freelancers Union Blog Student debt is a crushing burden for millions of Americans, totaling more than $1.6 trillion in the U.S. in 2020. The average student loan burden is $32,731, more than double what it was 20 years ago. It also unjustly affects BIPOC communities. Twenty years after college graduation, the median white college graduate has paid off 94% of their student loan debt, while the median Black college graduate still owes 95% of…

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