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Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography

Happy to promote this call for entry for Kyohei Abe from the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography and David Bram from Fraction Magazine, two of the best people in the photo world!

Call For Entries: CHANGE OF PACE 2012

Special Guest Juror: David Bram, a fine art photographer and the editor, founder, and curator of Fraction Magazine. www.fractionmagazine.com

SUBMISSIONS DUE: Postmarked by March 31, 2012

Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography will be hosting juried exhibition, an opencall for photographic work exploring any theme.

Exhibition Dates: June 2, 2012 – July 7, 2012
Location: Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography
Submissions Due: Saturday, March 31, 2012, (This is NOT a postmark deadline.)
For more information: contact the DCCP, [email protected] Download PDF for submission gudieline and an entry form.

1000 Words Portfolio Review Consultations

The more eagle-eyed of our readers will be aware that we recently started providing in-depth portfolio review consultations for photographers. In the three years since launch, 1000 Words has grown in both scale of operations and size of audience meaning that submissions for potential publication in the magazine have also increased significantly. (Upon opening my emails this morning, I realised that there are currently 491 submissions sitting in my inbox from the month of June alone.)

Whilst we do take the time to look at each and every one of these we regret that we can not always respond quickly so please be patient with us. Denver Towing . However, if you would like to receive specific advice and feedback on your work we have introduced these frank and informal review sessions with the view to providing photographers with the following:

-Critique of creative output
-The practical and conceptual vision needed to help attain your goals and develop further photographic projects
-Assistance with self-representation, portfolio presentation and approaches to potential outlets in the editorial, publishing and gallery markets
-Resources to help enhance your work.

Portfolio reviews cost 90 and last one hour. ircc.edu . They take place at a studio in East London and consist of two one-on-one sessions with 1000 Words editors, Tim Clark and Michael Grieve.

To book a portfolio review or for more information contact: portfolio(at)1000wordsmag(dot)com

1000 Words Portfolio Review Consultations

The more eagle-eyed of our readers will be aware that we recently started providing in-depth portfolio review consultations for photographers. domain names . In the three years since launch, 1000 Words has grown in both scale of operations and size of audience meaning that the amount of portfolios submitted to the magazine for potential publication has also increased significantly. The sheer volume is staggering. recycled drinking glasses . (Upon opening my emails this morning, I realised that there are currently 491 submissions sitting in my inbox from the month of June alone.)

Whilst we do take the time to look at each and every one of these we regret that we can not always respond. However, if you would like to receive specific advice and feedback on your work we have introduced frank and informal review sessions with the view to providing photographers with the following:

-Critique of creative output
-The practical and conceptual vision needed to help attain your goals and develop further photographic projects
-Assistance with self-representation, portfolio presentation and approaches to potential outlets in the editorial, publishing and gallery markets
-Resources to help enhance your work.

Portfolio reviews cost 90 and last one hour. They take place at our offices in East London or at your studio if you have one/if it is more convenient and consist of two one-on-one sessions with 1000 Words editors, Tim Clark and Michael Grieve.

To book a portfolio review or for more information contact: portfolio(at)1000wordsmag(dot)com

In Response to Place – Photographs of Sally Mann

“In Response to Place” in association with the Nature Conservancy is narrated by Joanne Woodward and takes a look at some of the most beautiful places on earth through the eyes and lenses of the world’s greatest nature photographers. Sean Hakes . Richmond AC Service . free guitar lessons . Having recently switched from picturing her children as subjects to landscape, Sally Mann chose to travel to the Yucatan and use color film in her antique, large format camera for the first time. The Calakmul Reserve is the northern end of the largest remaining forest in Mexico and Central America For More Information contact: [email protected]