Please tell us about yourself. I am a entrepreneur that found the historic wet plate collodion process back in 2012 and have been chasing it ever since. I was 44 years old and never had a creative outlet in my life until then. I have created over 3400 plates in the past 7 years and… Read More
To learn more about the work of Paula Riff please visit her page at Paula Riff.
To learn more about the work of Eduardo Fujii please click on his name.
For the 2019 Rfotofolio Call we where honored to have Sally Davies, Kat Kiernan, and Brian Taylor as our guest jurors. Rfotofolio also includes our selections in todays annoucement. We asked each juror to selected their three top portfolios, works of merit, and top selections in dimensional work. This was no easy task. All the jurors… Read More
We are continuing the A Way to Help campaign in 2019. A Way to Help started in 2016 as an answer to the question, “How can we help?” With the generous support of our readers, A Way to Help fundraising campaigns have sent grants to nine photographers. It provides grants to photographers who were affected by… Read More
My affair with water began 17 years ago, after hip replacement. The doctor simply prescribed swimming. Thankfully I had a pool in my backyard, and living in Atlanta after the Olympics, I was able to swim at one of their heated pools in the winter.
Tina Rowe was chosen by juror Jesseca Ferguson as the recipient of the2019 Denis Roussel Award We are pleased to present her interview and work. “Using liquid emulsion, this artist prints found negatives anonymous snapshots from a previous era, onto oyster shells she gathers at the edge of London’s Thames River – a very unexpected conjunction of… Read More
Zareen Khan © Mark Tuschman Zareen Khan Country of Origin: Pakistan Chef and Co-Founder of Zareen’s Restaurant My name is Zareen Khan and originally from Pakistan. I am the chef and founder, along with my husband Umair, of Zareen’s restaurant where we serve authentic Pakistani and Indian food.
Due to the extreme situations some people find themselves in we are going to extend the deadline to November 3. Some of the things that happen when you take part in a call. You look at your work more closely. Editing becomes key. Your own selection process becomes more in tune with what you want… Read More
There is a difference between a selfie and a self-portrait.
Jesus Pineda Ramierz © Mark Tuschman Jesus Pineda Ramierz
Today we are are honored to share new work from Mark Tuschman. We will be sharing more of this work in the weeks ahead. Please click on each image to read their individual stories. Please tell us what the driving force was that inspired Immigrants are US. Immigrant rights are a subject close to my… Read More
Today we are share the work and words of Alanna Airitam. Please tell us alittle about yourself. I never know how to answer this question so I’ll give you a few random facts. I am a native New Yorker but have lived in lots of places including Dallas, Santa Fe, Bali, Thailand, and various parts… Read More