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BWP Gives Black Women A Chance To Excel Together at Photodom Studios

Black Women Photographers, an organization crafted by Polly Irungu, is the creative and collaborative hub for black women to explore their creative expression through...

‘Anything Goes’ At The EV Gallery Photography Exhibit

EV Gallery is excited to present Anything Goes, an exhibit that joins together present and former LaGuardia Community College students to celebrate their passion for...

Join Black Women Photographers First Virtual Summit!

Black Women Photographer's are having their FIRST EVER Virtual Summit starting Friday, March 11th-13th and it's going to be a seriously impactful time. If...

The Eternal Magic of Being Normal and Black

Black: (adj) of or denoting the suits spades and clubs in a deck of cards. Adam has a magic deck of cards in his hand,...

Al J Thompson Tells Us The Secret to Snapping A Powerful Image

Al J Thompson is a photographer who is originally from Jamaica. He migrated to the US in 1996. Thompson began his photographic career in 2007. He was...

From NY To LA, Sasha Teaches Us How to Evolve and Mint Our Work

Sasha Stavila is a Seattle, Washington photographer who has roots in New York City. Stavila is a bicoastal creative who understands the importance of diversifying...

How To Be Invisible: Mikiko Hara On Introverted Photography

I always tell people that you can’t escape your humanness in New York. You’ll find people arguing, people crying, people kissing, rats running around,...

How To Create Bold and Vibrant Photographs by Beacasso

More than a year has passed since photographers took part in the Vogue Cover challenge. One of the biggest names who dominated the trend was...

Ren Hang : A Dancer In The Dark

“…talking about revolution, I don’t think there’s anything to revolutionize…. … I just photographed things in their more natural conditions.”                                                                            -Ren Hang At times his...

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