Steve McCurry photos at Peter Fetterman

    Steve McCurry, the internationally renown photojournalist best known for his photograph "Afghan Girl" on the cover of National Geographic, released a limited edition book of his most iconic images. McCurry's images are recognizable for his sense of color and his ability to capture the essence of a person or situation. The identity of... Continue Reading →

Hand colored photos by Kelli Knack

          I met Kelli Knack for about 7 years now. At that time she was doing all of my photo matting but she was already an accomplished photogapher. I have followed Kelli's work  off and on ever since. I recently saw her newest work at a gallery show in Santa Monica, CA and then again... Continue Reading →

The Photo Review benefit auction is online

The Photo Review Benefit Auction is now online at http://www.photoreview.org/auction.htm. You can preview the work and submit absentee bids. You can also take advantage of our END THIS AUCTION feature: You may buy any picture instantly and end the auction by bidding the high estimate through October 21, 2011, 5:00 p.m. A preview will be held... Continue Reading →

Jane Evelyn Atwood – Photographer

          Jane Evelyn Atwood defines herself more as a photographer of projects rather than a photojournalist. Her photographic projects can take several years in order to go deep into the topic. Her photography study of women in prison took nearly 10 years. Atwood had access to more than 40 prisons, including... Continue Reading →

Book making class – at the Muck

This Winter the Muckenthaler Cultural Center (a.k.a. The Muck, Fullerton, CA) introduces a unique and creative new Book-Arts Program for adults and high school students. From intricate diaries to wacky journals, students will learn the detailed art of handcrafting books. Taught by Betsy Holster, the class will be offered for two Winter Sessions and two Spring... Continue Reading →

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