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Author:Nadia Baram / Pedro Meyer
  May 1st. 2006. May 1st was an important day in American History. Millions of Hispanic workers, most of them of Mexican origin, came together to express in unison “Aquí estamos y no nos vamos, y si nos echan, regresamos” (Here we are, and...
Friday, 05 May 2006 | Read more
Author:Michel Marriott
  African-Americans are steadily gaining access to and ease with the Internet, signaling a remarkable closing of the "digital divide" that many experts had worried would be a crippling disadvantage in achieving success.   Civil rights...
Monday, 24 April 2006 | Read more
Author:The Denver Post / Ciro Bianchi Ross
  Raúl Corrales, cuban photographer dies at 81   EFE Servicios Havana, Cuba - Cuban photographer Raul Corrales, known as one of the leaders in his field in the post-Revolutionary period, died April 15, state television reported. He...
Saturday, 15 April 2006 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
                I was invited to attend FotoFest once again this year. It's usually in my capacity as a "reviewer of portfolios". I am not sure if this is accurate, but I think the idea of...
Monday, 03 April 2006 | Read more
Author:Joe Torres
  White Plains, Westchester. March 21, 2006. A local photographer is looking for an apology after he was held for hours by police. He was taken into custody for questioning because of what he decided to snap a couple of shots of.  ...
Monday, 27 March 2006 | Read more
Author:Peter Marshall
  Fashion Photographe Bob Carlos Clake dies at 56.     Bob Carlos Clarke, born in County Cork, Ireland in 1950, ended his life by running in front of train at a level crossing near Barnes in London around half past eleven last Saturday...
Friday, 24 March 2006 | Read more
Author:Philip Gefter
  In 1999, Philip-Lorca diCorcia set up his camera on a tripod in Times Square, attached strobe lights to scaffolding across the street and, in the time-honored tradition of street photography, took a random series of pictures of strangers...
Sunday, 19 March 2006 | Read more
Author:Andy Grundberg
  Gordon Parks, a master of the camera, dies at 93.       Gordon Parks, the photographer, filmmaker, writer and composer who used his prodigious, largely self-taught talents to chronicle the African-American experience and to...
Wednesday, 08 March 2006 | Read more
Author:George Gilbert
  The Leica is the pioneer 35mm camera. From a nit picking point of view, it wasn't the very first still camera to use 35mm movie film, but it was the first to be widely publicized and successfully marketed.   It created the "candid camera"...
Tuesday, 07 March 2006 | Read more
Author:Richard Hector Jones
  Digital Storytelling is about reclaiming the tradition of storytelling from the mass media as much as it is about creating personal or social history – a way of dragging the oral tradition up to date through the most basic of technology. In...
Wednesday, 01 March 2006 | Read more
Author:Popular Photography
  Can a digital camera really outclass color film?   According to tests done by Popular Photography, Canon's new 16.7 megapixel EOS 1Ds Mark II took better pictures than a regular SLR camera (Canon's EOS 3) shooting high-quality ISO 100...
Friday, 17 February 2006 | Read more
Author:Alexis Gerard
    By affirming "you push the button, we do the rest", George Eastman created the photography industry. Today the future of that industry lies in extending its partnership with users to enable them with a true synthetic eye — an image...
Tuesday, 24 January 2006 | Read more
Author:Michael Rips
  Even by the elevated standard of the New York art world, the rumor was exceptional: a tin of negatives buried in Africa for three decades that, when opened, revealed the work of a photographer who was neither "outsider" nor "indigenous" but...
Sunday, 22 January 2006 | Read more
Author:Alexis Gerard
    For the Imaging Industry, "Mobile is the New Digital". Much as digital imaging began as a niche and became pervasive over the course of a decade, mobility – continuous wireless connectivity to a high-bandwidth global...
Wednesday, 04 January 2006 | Read more
Author:Alex Waterhouse-Hayward
  When Pam McCartney walks into my studio I am walloped visually. She is an asymmetric delight that I am not quite accustomed to. This is because I have always suspected that our attraction to symmetry is innate. To begin to appreciate the...
Friday, 09 December 2005 | Read more
Author:Héctor Quiroga Pérez
  The Photographic Archive Armando de Maria y Campos When the Theatre Research Center "Rodolfo Usigli" (CITRU) was founded in 1981, the photographic material of the Armando de Maria y Campos Archive became one of the materials that needed to be...
Thursday, 03 November 2005 | Read more
Author:Andrés Hax
    At her small studio she trapped as no one ese the golden Porteña decade, while transforming the craft of photography in art. Her life and work are an undying testimonial to the argentinean migration. October 1st, at age 93 Annmarie...
Wednesday, 02 November 2005 | Read more
Author:Roger Bruce
  The plasticity of the digital photograph is astounding. Limited only by the imagination or possibly, processor speed, new tools offer seamless efficiency in intra-image editing for manipulation and montage. Occasionally, such new software...
Thursday, 13 October 2005 | Read more
Author:Manuel García
  In memoriam Adolfo Patiño "Adolfotógrafo"     Self-taught artist. Founder of the experimental art group "Peyote y la Compañia", 1978-1984 and "Grupo de Fotógrafos Independientes", 1976-1984, with whom he presented the Ambulant...
Sunday, 04 September 2005 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
  - Original published in 1993 in Luna Cornea, Mexico, D.F. -   "The great writer Jorge Luis Borges was once asked what he thought about a certain translation of one of his works, “The original does not do justice to the translation”...
Friday, 19 August 2005 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
  In cooperation between the G.Eastman House Museum in Rochester, (New York, USA, and ZoneZero, we have the pleasure to bring up this hand tinted daguerrotype that is in their collection. As was pointed out to me by Anthony Bannon, the Museums'...
Friday, 20 May 2005 | Read more
Author:Julian Gallo
    “Movies are life without the boring parts” Alfred Hitchcock   Moblogs (Mobile + Weblogs) demand to be published in chronological order, thus making photographs a symbolic set that is much more important and congruent than if the...
Tuesday, 17 May 2005 | Read more
  In Memoriam Peter Pfersick Oakland, California     To a very good friend and photographer, who not only had a towering presence due to his height, but also through his gentle demeanor and profound respect for all cultures. A world...
Tuesday, 12 April 2005 | Read more
Author:Robert Long
  Jocelyn Benzakin died March 31   She was one of the liveliest, most honest, creative, interesting and pivotal people in the fast-moving field of photojournalism when it was at its peak. She began her career in New York in...
Sunday, 20 March 2005 | Read more
200. Tsunami
    Zone Zero dedicates this space to the catastrophe occurred in Asia. It is intended to show the events through the vision of different photographers to give a real dimension of the tragedy to the people that live far from it.   We...
Thursday, 17 March 2005 | Read more

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