Thursday, June 9, 2016
Southern Photographers on the Web, Late Spring 2016
The World Wide Web has become a significant display medium for photographers.
Southern photographers recently singled out for celebration on the Web include the following:
1. Winston-Salem, NC-based photographer Heather Evans Smith (see image above), in the New York Times, for the "quiet yet telling images" from her Seen Not Heard portfolio.
2. Distinguished Southern photographer Burk Uzzle (see image above), also in the New York Times, for his capability for "being in the right place at the right time" to make "pictures that capture the humanity in historical moments."
3. Raleigh-based photographer Diana Hooper Bloomfield (see image above) the On-Line Featured Artist at the moment for the VERVE GALLERY of Contemporary Photography, go here.
Bloomfield has also been the Featured Photographer recently on Rfotofolio (see image from that show directly above).
4. Savannah, GA-based photographer Fred Hirschman (see image above) is featured in AINT-BAD Magazine, here.
Photographers featured in Jeff Rich's ongoing Eyes on the South for the Oxford American include the following:
5. Oxford, MS-based photographer Shaun H. Kelly (see image above), with work from his Overgrown South portfolio.
6. Lauren Henkin (see image above), with work from her what's found is yours to keep portfolio.
7. Washington, DC-based photographer Grant Ellis (see image above), with work from his portfolio Bless your Heart.
8. Western NC-based photographer Ken Abbott (see image above), with work from his portfolio Useful Work: Photographs of Hickory Nut Gap Farm.
9. Orlando, Florida-based photographer M. Laine Wyatt (see image above), with work from her Interiors portfolio. Wyatt was also featured by Aline Smithson on Lenscratch last year, go here.
10. Colleen Mullins (see image above), with images of post-Katrina New Orleans from her Elysium portfolio.
Congratulations to all these fine photographers!
More to come -- keep watching this space.