The Denis Roussel Award is given to a photographer whose work is based on the historical/alternative photographic processes, including silver gelatin. Thank you to Jesseca Ferguson who spent long hours reviewing your submissions. Thank you to all of the photographers who applied for this award. You set the standard very high. Statement from Jesseca Ferguson… Read More
“Using white chalk, In the night, she scratched his name on the coarse gray wall, telling her love, describing its never ending nature, its eternal flow. It lasted, clinging like salve, until the rain came—a small morning storm, really—washing it away forever. The wet powder raced through the gutter like a white penny, rolling toward… Read More
“Mysteries lie all around us, even in the most familiar things, waiting only to be perceived.” Wynn Bullock Photographs are memories captured.
“Mysteries lie all around us, even in the most familiar things, waiting only to be perceived.”Wynn Bullock The stars are out tonight.
Diana Nicholette Jeon one of the 2018 Rfotofolio Selections. Her work was chosen in the Three -dimensional category. We are pleased to share her work.
Valerie Cargo was one of the photographers chosen in 2018 Rfotofolio SelectionsThank you to the photographers that share their work with us.
To learn more about the work of Rachael Short please visit her page at Rachael Short.
In June of 2012 we published our first interview on Rfotofolio. We like to use this time to review the past 12 months.
Today we are pleased to share the work space of Diana Bloomfield. Please tell us about your workspace. Twenty-two steps from the back door of my house, and I’ve arrived at the front door of my studio. My studio’s former life was a detached garage, with potting shed attached to that, all built in the… Read More
Brian Van de Wetering was one of the 2018 Rfotofolio Selected photographers. “This project showed me botanicals in completely fresh and unique way. There is often a sameness to lumen prints, where this artist created new worlds that kept me wanting to see more. More like abstract painting, with a nod to Japanese… Read More