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Margaret Bourke-White

Margaret Bourke-White was an American photographer best known as the first foreign photographer permitted to take pictures of the Soviet five-year plan, the first American female war photojournalist.

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New York Glow

Xavier Portela never set out to become renowned for a certain style of photography, but his Glow Project of super bright images of neon lights in pink and blue hues have become very popular.

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Yasuhisa Ishii

Yasuhisa Ishii discovered his passion for photography in 2009 with a Leica M8. To master the art of using a camera to create wonderful works of art, this man has taken a different path to explore his passion.

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Ben Thomas “CHROMA”

Ben Thomas is a photographer and visual artist born in Adelaide, Australia.  Ben’s work has centred around the cities and urban spaces that we live in.

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Save the Salt

After decades of continuous mineral extraction, salt depletion and wilful government neglect, the Bonneville Salt Flats are in serious trouble. Areas that were once 7 feet thick are down to only 3 inches.

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Camera-less Photography

The very first photographs of the nineteenth century were produced without the use of a camera. Today, a number of artists are using camera-less photography.

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How to be selected for TAPSA?

The Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Award is an annual candidacy for photographers. It is a platform for discovering emerging talent which also allows winners to showcase their work and experiences.

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Lianzhou Museum of Photography

The Lianzhou Museum of Photography (LMP), which opened in December, offers a window into the world of contemporary Chinese photography beyond the blockbuster names of Ai Weiwei and Ren Hang.

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