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This Year at Photoville: 16 Photographers Share Their Best Motivational Advice – Photography Article

We’re gearing up for the second weekend of Photoville and couldn’t be more excited to wrap up one of our favorite photo events of the year. Produced by our friends at United Photo Industries, this free event in beautiful Brooklyn Bridge Park features a modular village made from repurposed shipping containers. It’s oozing with masterful photography, business tips, workshops and opportunities to meet the who’s who of the industry. It’s also in its eighth year, which inspired us to switch…

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Come Meet Us at Photoville 2019! – Photography Article

The act of taking a photo requires us to leave the confines of our desk, and venture out – often for hours on end – to find that perfect instant where light intersects moment. Yet we too often retreat back to the glow of our computers or cellphones to view photography. And a 5” screen never does a photo justice.  Truth be told, the options to view large collections of photography in real life can be limited to museums or…

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Exploring Notions of Queerness with Authority Collective at Photoville LA – Photography Article

This year, United Photo Industries’ beloved Photoville festival expanded to the west coast. Between April 26th and May 5th over 28,000 photography enthusiasts flocked to the makeshift photo village in Century Park for Photoville LA, presented by the Annenberg Space for Photography, to view container and outdoor exhibits from artists of all backgrounds and specialties. One container exhibit, Parallax, was created by Authority Collective, a group of womxn, femmes, trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people of color whose collective mission…

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