NEWSWORKS | Documentary filmmaker brings prison portraiture to Eastern State Penitentiary | by Peter Crimmins Image by The New Insiders | Dave Adler Photographs of prisoners by prisoners, for prisoners, featuring prisoner created painted photography backdrops. The largest unseen ‘art system’ subculture in the United States.
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Snap up some fantastic prizes in the Winning Smile photo competition SMILE – you're in with a chance of snapping up some fantastic prizes in an exciting new photography competition launched today. The Winning Smile competition is part of the year-long celebrations marking the 160th anniversary of Darlington Building … Read more here.
Mad Tiger Scratches The Surface, and Then Some, of NYC's Wildest Art Band If you've seen behind-the-music/behind-the-mask documentaries like The Weird World of Blowfly, you probably know where filmmakers Jonathan Yi (executive producer and director of photography on the Death by Audio doc) and Michael Haertlein are going &.
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2016 Philadelphia Flower Show runs through Sunday The 2016 Philadelphia Flower Show continues through Sunday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. This year's theme, "Explore America," trumpets the nation's natural splendor amid the centennial of the National Park Service. Adult ticket prices range … Read more here.
Bordentown takes down defending champ Manasquan for CJ Group 2 title Monday night, Bordentown dispatched defending champion Manasquan 59-54 in a rematch of last season's Central Jersey Group 2 championship. The Scotties spent the entire game battling foul trouble before earning their NJS.
Robert Emmerich – 16 PAN Landscape at the Halligen Langeness in the North Sea – Germany Image by Robert Emmerich Photography Today it’s Landscape time for me! So many years passed by since I visited Langeness and processing the pictures from 2011 brings back a set of good memories and story that happened with good friends :-). And again I like the way a pictures change over time… By the time I shot it, it was not that impressive and I forgot it almost, but after a little bit of post processing with Lightroom and some layer blending in Photoshop I love this shot! It was taken on the Hallig (some kind of a very small island)Langeness in the North Sea in Germany.