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June 18, 2010
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Thanks to all who joined us at Golden Belt for a wonderful evening of multimedia projections featuring audio/visual presentations of contemporary photography projects.

June 11, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Durham, NC

7:30 p.m., drinks, snacks, and conversation

8:30 p.m., Daylight Multimedia Screenings and a special slide presentation of applicants’ work from the 2010 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards!

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June 16, 2010
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Lightstalkers is a network of uncoventional travelers.  The core of its membership is made up of photographers, but also counted are journalists, aid workers, military and security professionals, and information techs, among others.  Lightstalkers was created to help its members by serving as a central hub for a mobile, global crew of explorers and operators.  Using the site as a virtual base camp, members can track others' movements and projects, exchange unique, real-time information, and assist each other with advice and feedback.  For more information visit: www.lightstalkers.org/

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June 16, 2010
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AdoramaPix is all about high quality prints, attentive service and the best prices around.  AdoramaPix started out as the 1 hour photo lab for Adorama Camera more than 10 years ago and quickly became the go-to lab for film processing in New York.  An online presence since 2004, the AdoramaPix website was designed with the user in mind, offering easy ways for the professional and casual photographer alike to upload, organize and order the best quality digital photo prints at the best prices.  For more information or to begin using Adorama's services visit: http://adoramapix.com

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June 16, 2010
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Announcing the biggest professional networking event of the year...

The NYCFotoWorks 2010 Portfolio Review Event is hosted at Sandbox Studios in Tribeca NYC. 

Reviewers include editors, creative directors, photo reps, art buyers and gallery representatives...all under one roof! 

For more details, please visit www.nycfotoworks.com

The professional world of photography comes together for one weekend...be there!

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June 16, 2010
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The Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) is the first event of its kind in Southeast Asia.  This biennial festival strives to provide a platform for Southeast Asian artists to showcase their works alongside their international peers at various venues across Singapore.  The three main festival components are the official exhibitions, workshops and a 2-day portfolio review session for 50 selected Southeast Asian photographers.  For more information visit: http://www.sipf.com.sg/web/

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May 20, 2010
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RESULTS ANNOUNCED JUNE 30th

JURORS:
VINCE ALETTI
, writer/critic, the New Yorker magazine;
DARIUS HIMES
, editor/curator, Radius Books;
JULIE SAUL
, gallery owner/director, Julie Saul Gallery;
ALEC SOTH
, photographer;
HANK WILLIS THOMAS
, photographer;
JAMIE WELLFORD
, international photo editor, Newsweek magazine

TAJ FORER and MICHAEL ITKOFF, editors, Daylight Magazine
ALEXA DILWORTH
, publishing director, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University
COURTNEY REID-EATON
, exhibitions director, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University

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February 15, 2010
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As part of the 2010 FotoFest Biennial, the Meeting Place gives photographic artists an unparalleled opportunity to have their work seen by important international curators, gallery owners,magazine editors, representatives of photography agencies, collectors, and publishers from around the world. This year the Meeting Place will offer four sessions of portfolios reviews over 16 days with 160 art professional participating, the largest international program of its kind.ShareThis
February 14, 2010
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Peter Van Agmael's Daylight Podcast, commemorating the five year anniversary of the Iraq war, is now featured on PBS's POV. Since the beginning of 2006, Van Agmael has documented the consequences of America's Wars, at home and abroad. In 2008, he helped organize the exhibition and book Battlespace, a retrospective of unseen work from 22 photographers covering Iraq and Afghanistan.

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February 14, 2010
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The Black Snapper is an online magazine for talented photographers from all over the world. The Black Snapper magazine website presents a new artist every day, in a dedicated slideshow comprising up to twenty images. Weekly selections are made by guest curators and this week Daylight editor Michael Itkoff is curating. Check it out: http://www.theblacksnapper.net/

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February 1, 2010
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Daylight Editor and Juror Michael Itkoff visited the Center for Fine Art Photography for the opening reception of the “New Visions” exhibition. He also lead a gallery talk and reviewed portfolios the following day. This video is part of an interview with Itkoff about his selections for the exhibition. http://blog.c4fap.org/juror-michael-itkoff/

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