Captive The parrot: symbolic of our fascination with the exotic, and yet victim, too, of these preoccupations. Christine Fitzgerald
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. Thiis year we are honored to have author and educator Christopher James as our juror this year.
Brian Kosoff was one of the 2019 Rfotofolio Selections.
We are pleased to share the workspace of photographer Bob Sadler. Please tell us about your workspace. I think of my workspace as three areas. First, there is the landscape which is so spectacular on California’s Central Coast. I’m outdoors a lot and that’s where capture takes place. Post processing is usually done on my… Read More
Ernie Luppi is one of the photographers whose work was selected in the 2019 Rfotofolio Call. We are pleased to share his work here on Rfotofolio. “Very engaging. I hope that photography continues to serve us in this way, as it has historically, and that photographers continue to keep this going. We all need to tell our stories for future… Read More
Images from some of the photographers we met from the 2019 Denis Roussel Award. Thank you Jesseca Ferguson for being our juror.
Some of the artist we have met from past Denis Roussel Awards.
Today we are please to share the work of Mollie Schaidt, her work was chosen as one of the2019 Rfotofolio Selections. “Each photo’s composition and lighting is engaging, but much more than that is how they are all part of a much larger story. So intimate. I feel like the artist is telling me a secret. This… Read More
Today we share the research of Christina Z. Anderson on papers for palladium printing.
“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