Now, the New England School of Photography is shutting its doors for good, just a little over two years after it moved its operation from downtown Boston to Waltham. “If you were trying to become a full-time photojournalist, this is one more obstacle."
What happens when Drake rips your pic of Nipsey and gives you no credit?
That’s what people tell Valerie Anselme, but her photos show what Haitians really look like
“Anytime I say I’m Haitian, I’ve had people look at me and say, ‘You don’t look Haitian,’” photographer Valerie Anselme says.
“It’s not only happened to me, it’s happened to other people I know.”
The 26-year-old Boston ...
We’ve been ogling Strangers in Boston all week
Monday Morning—Copyright 2017 Angela A’Court
Soft pastel is as close as an artist can get to working with pigment itself, the powder that gives paint its color. It is also regarded unfairly as an amateur’s medium, though the impression is correct in ...
Wholly Idle—Copyright 2017 Steve Downey
Sean Downey’s work at Steven Zevitas is dealing with an old problem, that of painting in an age in which painting is an obsolete medium, at least in the respect that there have been easier ways to make images for a century ...
Gouwe Rail Bridge, Gouda, Netherlands 2016—Copyright 2017 Robert Richfield
Instilled with a love of mighty bridges as a child in Cincinnati, where five of them cross the Ohio River, Robert Richfield set out to photograph them in all of their horizontal grandeur. ...
"In the modern-day world we see photography as very quick, very instantaneous and immediate. But in reality this kind of photography takes a lot of patience, a lot of setup, different lenses and lighting that make it more complicated. "
A new exhibit reveals nonphysical bruises in healing light