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The W. Eugene Smith Grant for Student Photographers Is Accepting Applications

Posted by on April 2, 2018 | Contests/Events, Student Photography

Photo © Daniel Castro Garcia

In 2018, the the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund announced a new grant, the W. Eugene Smith Grant for Student Photographers. The annual $4,000 grant will be awarded to a student whose photographic work “renews the tradition of W. Eugene Smith’s humanistic and compassionate photography.” Additional consideration will be given to projects that promote social change, and... More

Marco Argüello’s “Chroma” Captures Aspects of Tourism Normally Not Photographed

Posted by on March 29, 2018 | Student Photography

Currently located in Athens, Greece, Marco Argüello was born in Texas to Paraguayan parents, and has lived in both Austin and Miami Beach. Entirely self-taught, his clients include Art Basel, Lexus, AFAR, and Travel +Leisure. In his series, “Chroma,” Marco captures tourist environments in locations including Hungary, Vietnam, New Zealand, Hawaii, California, Cambodia, Morocco, Thailand,... More

Introducing the Fine-Art Issue!

Posted by on March 8, 2018 | Media, Photographer Interviews, Student Photography

The Spring 2018 issue of PDNedu has arrived. You’ll find a profile on our cover shooter Emily Wiethorn, whose work examines identity and how femininity is presented; an interview with duo Isabelle & Alexis who are making large-scale environmental interventions with colorful smoke bombs; a reflection on the career of photographer and educator Stephen Shore and much... More

Sara Fahling Explores the Aftermath of Loss with Fabric and Photography

Posted by on February 20, 2018 | Student Photography

Photo © Sara Fahling

  Indiana University MFA student Sara Fahling‘s thesis tackles a variety of subjects: death, family, grief, acceptance and experimentation, to name a few. The body of work titled Unmended is, she writes, “an exploration of familial legacy in the aftermath of loss.” The work merges photographs of her grandparent’s home with fabrics in an intimate and meaningful... More