“There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home, there’s no place like home.” Frank L. Baum, The Wizard of Oz
“Love the personal storytelling. I think the images are successfully applied to the square here also. I admire photographers who are thinking outside the flat box these days and experimenting with alternative surfaces, from unusual papers to these shapes.” Sally Davies Today we are please to share the work of Wayne Swanson, his work was chosen as one… Read More
Because the entire world seems to be sheltering in place we thought this would be a good time to reconnect with some of the photographers we have featured in the past. Today we share the work of Michael Jackson
During this time of isolation and waiting, you may feel removed from your creative community. The photographers that have shared their work with Rfotofolio are in part our way of building a community, and we hope you feel the same way. We have been honored to feature photographers from all over the world. We share… Read More
To learn more about the work of Emilija Petrauskienė please visit her page by clicking on her name. Featured Comments: Wonderful, and needed at a time in which our ability to see beauty in simple things has become more important than ever. Thank you for this respite from grim times. Norm Snyder
Today we are please to share the work of Emilija Petrauskienė, Emilija was chosen as one of the 2019 Rfotofolio Selections. Would you please tell us a little about yourself? I was born in 1981. I am living in Lithuania, Vilnius. I have finished medical school and am now working as a full… Read More
“Elegantly envisioned scenes of magnificent horses running wild. Superb post processing mastery, allowing the artist to create these “stages” of absolute freedom. Beautiful use of muted, restrained color.” Brian Taylor Mary was chosen as one of the 2019 Rfotofolio Selections.
Honey Lazar uses her camera to hold those she loves close. Photography can tell a story, but it can also remind us of the life lessons we have learned, and those people that have taught us.
The Denis Roussel Award was started in 2018 to help continue the legacy of photographer and educator Denis Roussel and to highlight work done by photographers whose work is based on the historical/alternative photographic processes, including silver gelatin. We are honored to have author and educator Christopher James as our juror this year.
To learn more about the work of Melissa Wilgis please visit her page at Melissa Wilgis