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Author:Miguel Angel Ceballos
  When I was a kid, I was fascinated by the traveling photographers that went to far away towns to shoot portraits either on donkeys or on foot. They returned weeks later with the picture and got the rest of their pay. They were always...
Thursday, 06 January 2005 | Read more
Author:Sam Lubell
  It's a rite of passage for many expectant parents: baby's first ultrasound. The fuzzy images of the fetus, produced during an examination in an obstetrician's office, are prized by couples, passed around proudly among friends and relatives....
Wednesday, 29 December 2004 | Read more
  Send pictures that depict the visual identity of your community, they could be murals, graffiti, advertisements, houses or business signs.   Go to exhibition      
Friday, 17 December 2004 | Read more
Author:Mariana Gruener
  iView media is a program for making catalogues that help you to organize an finde your files easily; it is designed for photographers, filmmakers or musicians that work with a lot of material.   iView media has the capacity of handling up...
Thursday, 02 December 2004 | Read more
205. Dog Days
Author:Leonardo Barreto
  Digital cameras are like dogs in the sense that they live seven years in one year. A good example is the Canon PowerShot G1. This puppy was born on September 18, 2000 with 3.1million pixels. In dog years, it would be 28 years old.  ...
Wednesday, 10 November 2004 | Read more
Author:The diaries -- Kos
    Thu Oct 28th, 2004 at 16:55:26 GMT Appropriately titled "Whatever It Takes", the new BC04 ad uses Bush's convention acceptance speech, stirring music, and images of dedicated troops and families in the heartland. As astutely noted by...
Thursday, 28 October 2004 | Read more
Author:Fredo Viola
  The Sad Song started out as an improvised melody and counter melody after I learned that my dog had cancer. The improv remained on my hard drive for nearly two years undeveloped.   In March my family found out that my father had cancer,...
Tuesday, 19 October 2004 | Read more
Author:Oscar Guzmán
  For over 35,000 years, we have been representing what we see and imagine, what terrifies us and what we desire. In dark caves, ancestral shamans used orthogonal projections to cast the canonical profiles of terrifying beasts and undecipherable...
Thursday, 26 August 2004 | Read more
Author:Mariana Gruener
    "Digital Railroad" makes it easier for photographers, agencies, newspapers or anyone interested in distributing photographs anywhere in the world through the Internet.   If you are a photographer and you want to sell your work as...
Monday, 23 August 2004 | Read more
Author:Dirck Halstead
  Remember Carl Mydans By Dirck Halstead   Modern photojournalism has had a relatively short life. If you start with the premise that the profession that came with the big picture magazines really is only about eight decades old, it is not...
Monday, 16 August 2004 | Read more
  Chris Anderson, who was seated on the far right when this picture was taken, was digitally removed after he left the agency. Joachim Ladefoged, who joined the agency in April, was photographed in the same seat and later dropped...
Friday, 23 July 2004 | Read more
Author:Mark Ward
    You may be proud of the photos that you have snapped with your funky camera phone, but it is a fair bet that Henry Reichhold has you beat.   The London-based photo-digital artist is using Nokia 7600 and 7610 camera phones to create...
Monday, 19 July 2004 | Read more
Author:John Mraz
  Do we believe what we see or do we see what we believe? What are we shown and how are we shown it? How have we learned to trust documentary photography and whose interests have been served by that credibility? What truth value do we attach...
Thursday, 24 June 2004 | Read more
Our dear and respected friend San Dash,
counsel in Watergate hearings, dies.     Lawyer best known for his interrogations into Nixon's secret tapes. Sam Dash, the former chief Watergate counsel who became a household name in the...
Saturday, 29 May 2004 | Read more
Author:Diane Smyth
As the facts stand, the BBC does not look good. Whatever the eventual outcome of its spat with Reginald Davis, this much is clear: the organisation scanned a copy of a photographer's image and used it, without his knowledge, to illustrate a...
Monday, 03 May 2004 | Read more
Author:Fran Ilich
  It is no coincidence that in spite of the fact that the special effects and computer-generated images in The Matrix might appear wholly unreal to us, there are details (and not just a few) that talk of our times and reality. Not unusually,...
Wednesday, 24 March 2004 | Read more
Author:Julio Lopez Saguar
    I would like to symbolize yesterday’s attacks in Madrid with this image. I took this photograph yesterday at Alonso Martínez station, about an hour after the attacks. Many should not have been there. I should not have been there; I...
Saturday, 20 March 2004 | Read more
Author:Julio Gallo
  On the last two weeks of January 2004, I trained journalists Alejandra Polack and Juan Martinelli of the Argentinean radio talk show “La Cornisa” (The Cornice) anchored by journalist Luis Majul, in the use of the cameras in their cellular...
Thursday, 04 March 2004 | Read more
Author:Anthony Breznican, AP
  Farewell to Helmunt Newton Photographer Berlin 1929 - Los Angeles 2004   Photographer Helmut Newton Killed in Crash   Los Angeles- Acclaimed fashion photographer Helmut Newton died Friday January 23rd after his car sped...
Friday, 23 January 2004 | Read more
Author:Guillermo Gómez Peña
    (This letter carries the outrage of my saliva and the fears and aspirations of my many artistic communities. Written 6 months ago, it is one of my humble attempts to contribute to our clarity and valor, in the era of the Blue Dragon)....
Wednesday, 24 December 2003 | Read more
Author:Aníbal Angulo
  PDF download Photography by Aníbal Angulo Text by Gustavo Sainz   i quote, from my new novel “fantasmas aztecas”: “...women are imaginary beings, related to the manticore, the hypo griffin, the amphisbaena and the catoblepas,...
Monday, 22 December 2003 | Read more
Author:Roger Richards
PDF download   Photography by Roger Richards Text by Roger Richards   The shells began raining down as the sun was rising. I was in the middle of one of those early morning dreams between sleep and wakefulness when the...
Saturday, 13 December 2003 | Read more
Author:Elisa Ruíz / ZoneZero
Mexican Photographer 1939 - December 3rd, 2003   We are sad to inform you the decease of our dear friend and photographer.   Enrique Bostelman.   Was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco (Mexico) in March, 1939. In 1958 he...
Wednesday, 03 December 2003 | Read more
  This exhibition is about a single image: Guerrillero Heróico; Ché Guevara's portrait shot by cuban photographer Alberto Díaz Gutiérrez, known as "Korda" (1928-2001) on March 5, 1960 in Havana, Cuba.   Go to exhibition    ...
Tuesday, 25 November 2003 | Read more
      Click here to see the image gallery   The "Labyrinth of Light", was the highlight exhibition during ZoneZero's Tenth Anniversary Colloquium held in Mexico City. The exhibition consisted of most of the 8000 images that are at...
Saturday, 25 October 2003 | Read more

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