Michael Pointer is one of the 2018 Rfotofolio Selections. Would you please tell us a little about yourself? I’m a fourth generation artist. My father Ed Pointer, a painter with an extreme interest in photography introduced me to the camera when I was nine. I was in my first exhibit through the Scholastic Scholarship… Read More
Today we are pleased to share the work of Michael Koerner. Would you please tell us a little about yourself? I was born on an air base in Okinawa, Japan. When I was four years old, our family moved to an Army post (communications command) in southern Arizona. My father was a civil servant for the… Read More
Rfotofolio is sharing our interview with Jill Enfield from 2014. She is the author of Jill Enfield’s Guide to Photographic Alternative Processes. We are pleased to have Jill as our juror for the Denis Roussel Award.
Today we share the work of Dale Niles, one of the selections made by Willie Osterman in this years Rfotofolio Call for Entry. “There is a fairytale quality to this work that impresses me. It makes me feel young again to view and become part of the tableaux as they draw me in.” Willie Osterman Would… Read More
“Indulge your curiosity. It’s the basis of creativity. Above all, bring a lot of joy to your work.” Fred Lyon Read More
Today we share the work of Marcy Palmer, one of the selections made by Barbara Bullock-Wilson in this years Rfotofolio Call for Entry. ” This is intriguing series of images, ambiguous, abstract, open-ended. They draw you in and beyond – working on both microscopic and macroscopic levels simultaneously. I resonate to juxtapositions of earthly and cosmic… Read More
Today we share the work of Marcy Palmer, one of the selections made by Barbara Bullock-Wilson in this years Rfotofolio Call for Entry. ” This is intriguing series of images, ambiguous, abstract, open-ended. They draw you in and beyond – working on both microscopic and macroscopic levels simultaneously. I resonate to juxtapositions of earthly and… Read More
This is the first in a series about photographers that have come together to build a community to support each other. We hope you will find these articles enlightening and inspire you to build your own community. If you are part of a photographic community and would like to share your story drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank… Read More
I sit in the garden and watch the bees and the butterflies skipping from flower to flower collecting pollen and nectar. I walk on the beach and am mesmerized by a squadron of pelicans gliding inches above the waves and osprey diving into the water for fish. I don’t want these observations, this beauty to be lost to future generations.
S. Gayle Stevens Read More
Save the date, spread the word, lets’ pack the house. Read More
Photography is the easiest art, which perhaps makes it the hardest. – Lisette Model Read More
We are reposting our interview with Denis Roussel, our 2017 Rfotofolio Grant recipient. 2013 Rfotofolio would like to thank France Scully Osterman for her time and input as our first guest juror. This year Rfotofolio was inspired to ask photographers, “What is beauty to you?” We will be sharing the work of eight photographers that France… Read More
John Claridge ‘s passion for photography started when he spotted a plastic camera at a fun fair in London’s east side at the age of eight. He had to win it. Rfotofolio is pleased to share our interview with John Claridge. Where did you get your photographic training? Totally self-taught from around the age of… Read More
We are pleased to share our interview David Carol.