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Photography, Poetry and Tableau: Gillian Hyland’s “Words In Sight”

Posted by on October 6, 2017 | Media

Photo © Gillian Hyland

London-based photographer Gillian Hyland is self-publishing ten years of work in a monograph Words In Sight. Hyland creates her cinematic, dramatically lit tableaus based on her own poetry, which will be included with the images. A Grand Prize honoree of PDN‘s The Curator Fine-Art Awards in 2014, she has continued the body of work, creating scenes that... More

Our Top Photo Book Picks for Your Shelf

Posted by on October 3, 2017 | Media

James Moore: Photographs 1962-2006 Edited by Nicolas Moore. Published by Damiani. Hardcover. 280 pages. $75. Published April 2017. In the heyday of the Harper’s Bazaar fashion photography renaissance, led by legendary editor Carmel Snow, photographers such as Louise Dahl-Wolfe and Richard Avedon produced work that defined contemporary editorials. But at the end of Avedon’s tenure... More

The Portrait & Fashion Issue Has Launched!

Posted by on September 15, 2017 | Media, Photographer Interviews, Student Photography

Cover Photo © Brian FInke

Our new issue for Fall 2017 is all about portrait and fashion photography, spanning from the golden era of mid-century Harper’s Bazaar photography to contemporary photographers creating evocative work today. We also report on undergraduate and graduate programs with rigorous career-prepping, how to pitch photo editors of indie publications, and how to create studio imagery with bold... More

Grappling with Virtual Reality

Posted by on July 5, 2017 | Gear, Media

Photo © Imraan Ismail and Ben C. Solomon

 In the past few years, VR has rapidly become an accessible medium to work with. No longer an experience tethered only to gaming, VR is being explored by a variety of industries, ranging from healthcare and architecture to crime reconstruction and military training, as well as storytelling by major media outlets. In November 2015, The... More

8 Questions for Emily Keegin, DOP of The FADER

Posted by on June 30, 2017 | Media

Photo © Francesco Nazardo/The FADER

Our Q&A from the Spring 2017 issue with Emily Keegin, photo director of The FADER, the music-lifestyle mag that sets the curve for photography and design.   PDNedu: When did you join The FADER, and what falls under your role as the DOP? How big is the photo team? Emily Keegin: I joined The FADER in... More

We Want Your Feedback!

Posted by on March 31, 2017 | Media

If you receive PDNedu at your school, you likely saw our survey ad on the back cover of the Spring 2017 issue. The deadline to complete the Spring 2017 Student Survey (and to have the chance to win a $100 gift card to B&H Photo) is almost here. Head over to bit.ly/2lhtPiR to complete the survey by... More

The Innovation Issue is Out!

Posted by on March 8, 2017 | Media

Photo © SANDRO

The Spring 2017 issue of PDNedu has shipped to schools around the country, and the digital edition has launched. Read it (for free!) at digitalmag.pdnedu.com. We’re so excited about this issue, which focuses on how to foster ingenuity in your creative approach, your business and your lifestyle. Innovation isn’t just about the gear in your bag (though we... More

David J. Carol’s “No Plan B”

Posted by on December 2, 2016 | Media

Photo © David J. Carol

David J. Carol has published a retrospective of his wry black-and-white street photography, No Plan B, taken from 1993-2016. Published by Peanut Press, which Carol runs with co-founder Ashly Stohl, No Plan B will be accompanied by an exhibition at the Leica store in SoHo in February 2017. The book comes in a white limited edition—which includes a signed gelatin-silver... More

The Conservation Issue of PDNedu is out!

Posted by on September 15, 2016 | Media, Photographer Interviews, Student Photography

Photo © Joel Sartore/National Geographic Photo Ark

The Fall 2016 issue of PDNedu honors the photographers who dedicate themselves to environmental and conservation issues: Ami Vitale and cover photographer Joel Sartore, two Nikon Ambassadors who are each documenting endangered species worldwide; Aaron Vincent Elkaim, who received an Alexia Foundation grant to continue his work on the displacement of indigenous tribes in Brazil; CK Vijayakumar,... More