PWP SPRING 2014 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S CALL FOR ENTRY

Monday, 24 March 2014 03:14

PWP CALL LOGOArtists' Bill of Rights is pleased to announce an open, international call for the Professional Women Photographers' Spring 2014 Internation Women's Call for Entry.

Andrea Meislin, Owner and Director of the Andrea Meislin Gallery, one of New York's leading photography galleries, will award $5,000 in cash, an article in IMPRINTS Magazine, a one-year online exhibition, and valuable prizes from Datacolor, global leader in color calibration technology. Your help and support is encouraged.

PROFESSIONAL WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS HAS BEEN SUPPORTING AND INSPIRING WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1975

"Throughout the year, PWP sponsors several calls for entry that help fulfill the organization's mission of advancing women in photography. There are member-only calls, as well as international calls that are also open to the general public.

"International Open Calls for Entry are one of PWP's primary fund-raising tools, allowing us to raise money needed to support our educational, networking, and community outreach programs."

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Calling Photographers to participate in the Video Metadata Survey 2014

Tuesday, 11 March 2014 17:18

Photographers! Your help is needed to participate in the IPTC / CEPIC survey to discover what metadata you embed and what should be shared with your video files. Please participate!

Cepic logo IPTC logo

Release: Photo and video businesses are getting closer, many photo suppliers are extending their business to video. The companies which have started with photos are interested in using the same metadata fields with video as they do with photos.

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Stripping Metadata May Void Safe Harbor Provisions

Sunday, 09 March 2014 15:11

metadata connectsThe big news for artists is that a district court judge in California hinted that online providers who strip metadata from uploaded images might be in jeopardy of losing their "safe harbor" status under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act.

“[fr]om a logical perspective, metadata appears to be an easy and economical way to attach copyright information to an image.” excerpt from NPPA story

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Copyright Office Announces Public Roundtable Discussions and Seeks Further Comments on Orphan Works and Mass Digitization

Tuesday, 11 February 2014 01:05

U.S. Copyright Office web logo

The Copyright News Net

Issue 526
February 10, 2014

The United States Copyright Office will host public roundtable discussions on potential legislative solutions for orphan works and mass digitization under U.S. copyright law on March 10-11, 2014, in Washington, D.C. Requests to participate should be submitted by February 24, 2014. For a participation request form, go to http://www.copyright.gov/orphan/participation-request-form.html.
 
The Office is also seeking public comments on potential legislative solutions for orphan works and mass digitization under U.S. copyright law. A comment form will be posted on the Copyright Office website at http://www.copyright.gov/orphan/ no later than March 12, 2014. Comments are due by April 14, 2014, and will be posted on the Copyright Office website.
 
For the complete Notice of Inquiry, which provides details about the roundtables and instructions for commenting, see the Federal Register (79 FR 7706).

 

   

Photo Shanghai, China's first art fair dedicated to photography

Monday, 03 February 2014 03:58

 

PhotoShanghaiThe World Photography Organisation and Montgomery are proud to announce the inaugural edition of Photo Shanghai, the first international art fair dedicated to photography in China.  It will run from 5-7 September at the landmark Shanghai Exhibition Centre.
 
The fair, which will be directed by Alexander Montague-Sparey (previously Director, Head of Photograph Department, Christie’s London) has been created in direct response to the increasing demand by audiences from across Asia-Pacific, and beyond, to discover accessible and collectable photography.  Galleries from across the world now have a unique platform in China and the opportunity to establish and extend their network of buyers in the Asia-Pacific region. 
 
With its mass appeal, photography is perhaps the most prolific artistic medium of our era and is rapidly expanding.  The Chinese art market is particularly buoyant with a 31% increase in 2013 and an increasingly stable and loyal collector base.

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