Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Photo work-study job on campus

Global Marketing and Communications Photography Assistant

Department and Job Title: Creative Services – Photography Assistant
Hour per week: 20 hour but flexible.

To apply for the position, send a cover letter with an attached resume and 5-10 photo samples to: Jennifer Gammage, Global Marketing & Communication 314.246.7428 or email
Job Description
Assists in photography, photo editing, archiving and organization of university photos.

·         Photography or related field, video skills a plus but not required.
·         Must have a basic knowledge of controls for a full frame dSLR camera, flash and lenses.
·         Ability to compose a decent photo.
·         Basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Bridge and Adobe Camera Raw.
·         Excellent organizational and time management skills
·         Knowledge of the creative process, asset creation and production
·         Must qualify for federal work study
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
·         Photograph campus events, portraits of students, faculty and staff
·         Assist in moving photography equipment including external strobes.
·         Uploading and tagging photos to our online archiving system (Photoshelter).
·         Develop strong working relationships with communications staff across the institution
·         Manage multiple projects and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Physical Demands: Within the general range of an office environment. Must be able to walk around campus. Occasionally, will be asked to lift heavy boxes and move materials.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Pictures of the Year: Saturday, 27 April 2019

You are invited to this internationally known photojournalism event.
If you sign up on their web site, I am told a free BBQ lunch in included.

Friday, April 12, 2019

Call for Work: Deadline 31 May 2019

A critical journal of fine art photography, 
publishing since 1976 |Subscribe
B. Proud, Owen and Blue, Transgender Men, First Prize 2018 

Noted critic, curator, and writer Lyle Rexer will be the juror for the 2019 Photo Review Photography Competition. He is the author of several books on art and photography, including The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography (2009) and Photography’s Antiquarian Avant Garde: the New Wave in Old Processes (2002). In addition, he has published numerous catalogue essays and articles on art, architecture, and photography and contributed to such publications as The New York Times, Art in America, Aperture, Parkett, BOMB, and DAMn. As a curator, he has organized exhibitions in the United States and internationally, most recently The Edge of Vision, a selection of contemporary abstract photography. He teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York and is a columnist for Photograph magazine.

The Photo Review, a highly acclaimed critical journal of photography, is sponsoring its 35th annual photography competition with a difference. Instead of only installing an exhibit that would be seen by a limited number of people, The Photo Review will reproduce accepted entries in its 2018 competition issue and on its website. Thus, the accepted photographs will be seen by thousands of people all across the world and entrants will have a tangible benefit from the competition. Also, the prize-winning photographers will be chosen for an exhibition at the photography gallery of The University of the Arts, Philadelphia. Plus numerous Editor’s Selections will be exhibited in several Photo Review web galleries. Check out additional prizes below and on the competition website.

Because their work was seen in The Photo Review, past winners have been given one-person exhibitions, have had their work reproduced in other leading photography magazines, and have sold their work to collectors throughout the country.

Prizes include:
A $500 purchase prize from Haverford College
A $500 prize from Blue Flower
a Wacom Intuos tablet
a Lambert 12L camera bag from Cecilia
a 20″x24″ silver gelatin fiber print from Digital Silver Imaging
camera bags from ThinkTank Photo and Mission Workshop
“The Complete Photographer’s Set” from Tog Tees
several Kodak Printomatic Instant Print Cameras
a $200 gift certificate from Shades of Paper, a leading supplier of inkjet photo paper

Awards include:
Prizewinners exhibited at the University of the Arts Photography Gallery, Philadelphia
Accepted entries reproduced in The Photo Review journal and on our website
Editor’s Selections exhibited in several Photo Review web galleries


An entry fee of $35 for up to three prints or images and $8 for each additional image entitles all entrants to a copy of the full-color catalogue. In addition, all entrants will be able to subscribe to The Photo Review for $36, a 20% discount. (Higher rates apply for non-US subscribers.)

All entries must be received by May 31, 2019.

You can download contest rules and submit images on our 2019 Competition page. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact us.

The Photo Review
340 East Maple Ave., Suite 200
Langhorne, PA 19047
(215) 891-0214

Monday, April 08, 2019

Fuji film price increases

Stock Up Now and Save!
A bit of a public service announcement...
Fuji has announced significant price increases effective April 15th.
Some of these increases will be as much as 30% of current retail price. Don’t delay and stock up now on your favorite Fuji Film and beat the increase!​​​​​​​


Friday, March 29, 2019

Call for Work: Deadlline 26-28 May 2019

Spring is here and with it, comes new life, reemergence from the dregs of winter, and just an overall feeling of renewal. Framations Art Gallery is pleased to invite artists to explore the topic of renewal, to truly be inspired. For the upcoming exhibit Renewal, the gallery asks artists to focus on the themes of spring, the eruption of new life and other forms of renewal. 

This exhibit is open to all media and all subject matter that fits within the theme of Renewal. Artists who are interested in participating are invited to deliver up to four entries to Framations the weekend of April 26 - 28, 2019. Framations is open 10-6 Friday and Saturday, and 12-5 on Sunday. There will be an Opening Reception for the exhibit on May 3 from 6-8 pm. Renewal will be on display May 3 - June 13, 2019.

The Juror for this exhibit will be Megan Singleton, an artist and educator located in St. Louis, Missouri.

Artists can find the full entry details, including size restrictions, at

218 North Main Street
St. Charles, MO 63301

James Balog film: Thursday, 11 April 2019

Thursday, April 11, 2019, 7:00 pm
at Kirkwood Tau Center

In an arresting new documentary from the producers of RACING EXTINCTION, THE COVE and CHASING ICE, environmental photographer James Balog captures the lives of everyday Americans on the front lines of climate change.

Please join us as we screen this multiple award-winning documentary. This event is free, but we require registration by noon the day of at 314-965-3700 or via our website at in order to aid us with event set-up.

Julia Margaret Cameron Lecture: Saturday, April 6, 2019

‘Spirit & Beauty: The Photographs of Julia Margaret Cameron’ a Lecture with David Hanlon

Saturday, April 6th, 2019, 1:30-2:30 pm

Julia Margaret Cameron was one of the most innovative photographers of the nineteenth century. Although her visual techniques were sometimes questioned by Victorians who preferred a standardized approach to portraiture and storytelling, by the beginning of the twentieth century she was viewed as a pioneer who had developed the medium’s expressive potential.

David Hanlon is a Professor at St. Louis Community College, where he leads instruction in photography and photographic history at the Meramec campus. He has exhibited his photographs both regionally and nationally for the past thirty-five years, and spent twelve field seasons working as an archaeological photographer at sites in the Middle East and the Balkans. Hanlon is also active as a curator and a writer about the history of the medium, his essays being published in international journals and museum catalogs. His book, Illuminating Shadows: The Calotype in Nineteenth Century America, was released at the end of 2013.

Museum Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 11 am-5 pm, First Friday 11 am-9 pm

International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum
3415 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63103

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Hahnemuehle contest update

We are sorry!
Due to a bug in our IT system, some submissions have not been saved.
We kindly ask all participants who have submitted their images before March 19, to re-register and re-upload the image series on
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Library Resources

Spring II, 2018 Library News

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