BlackStockImages – Specializing in People of Color

By Lee Torrens Among the constant flurry of new stock agencies, one has recently launched (in beta) with something interesting: a super-narrow specialty, accepting only images of black people. It’s called BlackStockImages and was founded by Kenneth Wiggins, a design entrepreneur. The Market for Black Imagery As a designer, Wiggins was unhappy with the stock(…)

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Annie Leibovitz On Photography

By Allen Murabayashi “I’ve never been that interested in the technical end as much as I’ve been interested in how important it is to see – and how you see.” A little weekend inspiration from a 1999 Charlie Rose interview. …read more Via: Photoshelter     

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Google Responds to EU’s Antitrust Case

By Cathy Aron From ICOMP’s Blog: Google in Denial Today’s blog post from Google is, unfortunately, simply another attempt to divert attention away from the devastating impact their self-preferencing has had on the online market, making many of the same old arguments we have seen before. Commissioner Vestager has been clear that in her view(…)

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Noorderlicht Photofestival grapples with information overload

Noorderlicht Photofestival grapples with information overload

By Brennavan Sritharan Founded in 1991, Noorderlicht is one of the more experienced heads of the European photography scene. The Dutch festival has a decidedly ‘current’ scope, aiming to address social discussions and processes as they play out. Growing out of the Noorderlicht Photogallery in Groningen, for the festival, “photography is a socially inspired medium”(…)

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