Today we are pleased to share the story behind the image Doorknob by Ruth Bernhard written by Willie Osterman. The Doorknob by Willie Osterman It was in the early 80’s and Ruth Bernhard was teaching at the Ansel Adams Yosemite workshop and was showing her work to a group of students. The image under discussion,… Read More
“Creativity is an ode to life. It is not a form of entertainment. It is a form of joy.” Wynn Bullock
“These images are imaginative, playful, quirky and also intriguingly thought-provoking. They explore our inner world of thoughts, memories, feelings, values – what we focus on, what we hold dear. Also they probe the connections and relationships between internal and external realities.” Barbara Bullock-Wilson Today we feature the work of Sandra Klein. Sandra was an award… Read More
Today we feature the work of Bob Avakian. Bob was an award winner in the 2017 Rfotofolio Call for Entry. He is also one of the photographers in the 2018 Depth of Field. Would you please tell a little us about yourself?
Rfotofolio is pleased to announce that the 2017-2018 A Way to Help Grant has been awarded to photographer Patti Levey. Thank you to our supporters.
Rfotofolio is pleased to share the work of Christopher Tamas Kovacs, photographer and co-creator of Adore Noir magazine.
Today we share the work of Jürgen Bürgin. His portfolio was one of the selections in the 2017 Call for Entry. Please tell us about yourself. I am German photographer focussing on street and documentary photography. My daily job is in the movie business and my love for movies has always influenced my photographs.
Joanne Teasdale is one of the photographers that make Depth of Field possible. Today we share some of the images from her Water and Women project.
“I think it’s so important to step out of one’s comfort zone and keep taking risks. I see so many artists who get locked in by the marketplace and either get pigeon-holed or pigeon-hole themselves…. The curse of style.” Melanie Walker Read More
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” This artist presents images that are mysterious, haunting, dreamlike. There are interesting juxtapositions between what we conventionally define as animate and inanimate things, raising questions about what is living and what is not and how various aspects of existence are connected.” Barbara Bullock-Wilson