December 16, 2010

From now until December 31st subscribe to Daylight or purchase any print edition and receive a copy of
Issue #3/Sustainability absolutely FREE!

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December 12, 2010

Daylight Books and Charta Editions are proud to present Sunder a monograph by Bruce Haley.

144 pages
55 black and white photographs
Introduction by Kirsten Rian
Foreword by Dina and Clint Eastwood
Essay by Arndrel Codresu

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December 6, 2010

Renowned photographer David Hurn has worked on almost every area of the profession. As a photojournalist he documented the Soviet invasion of Hungary. As an advertising photographer he worked on the photoshoots for films like James Bond and Barbarella,and he has forever portrayed Wales and its people In his series of books. Now as a pensioner, he keeps himself as busy as always.

December 1, 2010

50PM is the first fine art and documentary photography magazine developed
especially for the iPad.

Issue 1 Family Matters comprises four portfolios, two written essays, fifty pages, with
separate layouts for portrait and landscape viewing.

Easy navigation, sharing and save for background options included.

Expected worldwide release date: early December, priced at $1.99 / EUR1.59

Daylight Magazine and Bite! Magazine are pleased to present "50PM” a monthly collection of fine art photography portfolios with themes that are close to us all, developed especially for the iPad.

November 20, 2010

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November 19, 2010


Project Basho is pleased to announce ONWARD ‘11, an annual juried photography competition exclusively featuring the work of emerging photographers. It is pleased to have Larry Fink as the ONWARD '11 juror. Photographs selected by Mr. Fink will be featured in a group exhibition at the Project Basho Gallery in February and March 2011. which has seen hundreds of visitors each year, as well as in the ONWARD online gallery.There is no specifIc theme for ONWARD and submissions are open to any photographic medium from historical processes to new digital technologies.

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November 17, 2010

PhotoNOLA is an annual celebration of photography in New Orleans, coordinated by the New Orleans Photo Alliance in partnership with galleries, museums and photographers citywide. December 2010 marks the fifth annual festival. Scheduled events will take place from December 2-11, with broad ranging photography exhibitions on display throughout the month.

Celebrate the art of photography, New Orleans style!

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November 13, 2010


The 6th edition of the Angkor Photo Festival returns to Siem Reap, Cambodia from November 20th to 27th, 2010. This years festival will present work from 110 photographers, including 50 Asian photographers. Curated by Yumi Goto and Antoine d'Agata together with Francoise CalIier the program director, this year's festival includes the Asian Women Photographers showcase and New Blood, a collection of work from Magnum photographers.

Created in 2005, the Angkor Photo Festival is the first such event to be organized in Southeast Asia. The strong educational goals of the Angkor Photo Festival set it apart from other photography events. Durring their stay, renowned photographers tutor at the Angkor Photo Workshops for emerging Asian photographers, and the festival also has its outreach program, the Anjali Children’s Photo Workshops.

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November 12, 2010

From November 15-21, Paris Photo brings together 100 international galleries and publishers presenting a panorama of the finest examples of photographic expression from the 19th century to the present day Paris Photo also turns the spotlight on the Central Europe scene, reveals new talents through awards and competitions and offers a rich program of events and encounters.

The 14th Paris Photo edition coincides with the biennial Mois de Ia Photo a month-long photographic event, turning the city into the photography capital of the world in November.

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November 8, 2010

Registrations are almost full. Photographers from 30+ countries have signed up so far.

The first large-scale portfolio review to be held in Paris, Lens Culture FotoFest will be 3 days of meetings and portfolio reviews with 120 photographers from around the world and 40 international photography experts. Daylight cofounders Taj Forer and Michael ltkoff will be part of the review panel and will offer portfolio reviews at this exciting event. Participating photographers will get expert feedback about their work and have the possibility of getting editorial assignments, book publication contracts, art gallery representation, and feature articles in magazines, online and in print.

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