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Rock Photographer Marshall Honored at Grammy Awards

27 January 2014
Published in : People in the Industry

The late Jim Marshall, one of the legends of rock 'n' roll photography, was honored with a tribute during the 2014 Grammy Awards weekend. The ceremony, during which Marshall was given a posthumous Trustees Award, was held on Jan. 25 at the Recording Academy's Special Merit Awards.

Marshall, who died at age 74 in 2010, was famous for...

Quentin Bajac to Become Photo Curator at MoMA

07 January 2013
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This month, New York’s Museum of Modern Art will have a new Chief Curator of Photography: Quentin Bajac, who recently held the same position at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.

Some of his notable curations include...

Michael Forster Rothbart Accepted by Blue Earth

25 June 2012
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Michael Forster Rothbart, Samuel James and Christoph Gielen have recently been accepted by Blue Earth for this year's round of sponsorships. Photojournalist Michael Forster Rothbart submitted his "After Fukushima" project, a series that explores the human impacts of environmental change in Chernobyl. Samuel James entered his "Niger Delta" project, which records the ongoing struggle for power, land and oil in Nigeria's Niger Delta...

Frank Ockenfels 3 Creates Ads for Mad Men

06 June 2012
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Los Angeles-based and well known celebrity photographer Frank Ockenfels 3 has created a series of print, online and outdoor ads for the fifth season premier of AMC's Mad Men. Working with AMC and The Refinery's Brad Hochberg, Ockenfels photographed all of the show's leads in character...

Tim Mataoni Releases New Book

30 May 2012
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In an effort to document the people behind many of world's iconic photographs from the past century, San Diego-based photographer Tim Mataoni has released "Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends." The 150-page book includes a series of 20x24-inch Polaroid portraits of photographic legends like Steve McCurry, Joyce Tenneson and Arthur Levine. According to Mantoani... —

Charles Krebs Wins 2011 Olympus BioScapes

23 May 2012
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Seattle photographer Charles Krebs won first place in the 2011 Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition, the world's foremost forum for showcasing microscope photos and movies of life science subjects. His winning image enlarges the amazing movements of a rotifer, a tiny underwater creature that sweep at lightning speed to move food into its mouth. Krebs used a special flash to freeze the cilia's...

Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Start Pacific Northwest Series

16 May 2012
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Bolstered with $20,000 in contributions, Seattle-based documentarians Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele have begun work on a new series focusing on the Pacific Northwest. One of the grants came from the Kongsgaard-Goldman Foundation for $8,000 and the other is from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund for $12,000. Their previous work includes a...

2012 Sundance Festival Film 'Chasing Ice' to Feature Balog's Work

08 February 2012
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Behind-the-scenes — and often extreme — film director Jeff Orlowski had his debut at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival this past January.

His film, "Chasing Ice," follows the work of National Geographic photographer James Balog and...

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