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  • The 3D Center of Art and Photography features the best in antique and contemporary 3D imagery. The Center houses everything from antique stereocards to View Master, contemporary 3D photography, lenticulars, anaglyphs, and computer generated 3D art.

  • The library houses over 4,000 photographic books and 80 periodicals from around the world. In addition, the library contains a growing collection of artists books, exhibition catalogues, and biographical files, and audio and/or video documentation of all Photographic Resource Center lectures and gallery talks. The library is open to all six days a week.

  • The goal of APA National and its several chapters located in major US cities, is to establish, endorse, and promote professional practices, standards, and ethics in the photographic and advertising community.

  • Founded in Paros, Greece in 1966 as an independent, not-for-profit institution, The Aegean Center continues to maintain its autonomous, non-profit status offering small group and individualized study in the visual arts, creative writing and music. Our facilities are located in two of the worlds most compelling locations, the Aegean Islands of Greece and Italy's Tuscany.

  • Founded in Florence in 1852, Fratelli Alinari is the oldest firm in the world working in the field of photography, with its collection ranging from daguerreotypes to modern color photographs.

  • Founded in 1944 by a handful of the world's leading photojournalists,ASMP promotes photographers' rights, educates photographers in better business practices, produces business publications for photographers and helps buyers find professional photographers.

  • ASPP is a nationwide organization of professionals who produce, sell, edit, catalog and use photographic imagery - a forum for education, information, dialogue, interaction and professional growth.

  • With nearly 225,000 photographic objects, including over 90,000 prints, the Amon Carter Museum holds one of the country's major collections of American photography, with a special emphasis given to material relating to the American West.

  • Anderson Ranch is a place like no other. Artists of all levels and ages come here every summer for the opportunity to uncover, develop and stretch their creative spirits.They come for the faculty of renowned artists and gifted instructors and the supportive community that encourages experimentation and growth.They come for the state-of-the-art facilities and the beautiful and rustic setting.

  • The Photography Workshop program began in 1940, and was one of the first photographic education programs in the country. The original workshops were one week long with several instructors, and groups of 10 to 12 students worked with different instructors in field, classroom, and darkroom sessions. Many participants have told us that the workshop program with Ansel and the other professional photographers was a life shaping experience.

  • Founded in 1952 by Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Barbara Morgan, Minor White, Beaumont Newhall and Nancy Newhall, Aperture is dedicated to advancing fine photography through its exhibitions and publications.

  • Aperture is a not-for-profit public foundation devoted to photography and related visual arts.

  • This online magazine is designed to entertain and inform active photographers of all ages, both amateur and professional, from around the world.

  • When asked what they like most about AIB, our students highlight its scale-small enough to feel focused, but large enough to feel exciting, vital and rich with opportunities. And, being part of Lesley University, allows students access to the resources of a major university and the strength of an alumni network featuring more than 60,000 graduates world-wide.

  • Organized in 1979, AIPAD is dedicated to creating and maintaining high standards in the business of exhibiting, buying and selling photographs as art.

  • Established in 1973, it is the ACP's mission to promote and enrich the understanding of photo-based art in Australia and this is achieved through a dynamic mix of exhibition, education and publication.

  • Founded in 1988 in Britain, as a center to promote photographers who are of African, Caribbean and South Asian origin, and also to educate and inform their audience.

  • Established in 1983, Belfast Exposed remains Northern Ireland's only dedicated photography gallery. The production of socially and politically engaged work and dialogue is the driving force behind all aspects of the Belfast Exposed project.

  • The place to purchase Getty Publications' books,journals, videos, and CD-ROMs.

  • Brooks is a world leader in professional photographic and motion picture education with an outstanding faculty, and three beautiful locations in Santa Barbara, California.

  • Located in downtown Riverside, the Museum promotes understanding of photography and related media through collection, research, exhibition, and instruction. The Museum also maintains the world's largest collection of stereoscopic prints and negatives.

  • Since 1884, CCNY has offered classes, competitions and lectures to entice photographers and to enhance their careers.

  • This collection spans more than forty years, from the early 1960s to the present and it comprises over 160,000 photographic works. Photographers represented in the collection were either born in or are permanent residents of Canada.

  • This is the oldest photographic museum of the Iberian Peninsula and its stock of more than six hundred thousand negatives, originating from various collections, make it a unique and very special museum for the photographic enthusiasts.

  • The Center for Creative Photography holds more archives and individual works by 20th-century North American photographers than any other museum in the nation. These holdings include a research collection featuring the archives of over 60 photographers.

  • The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University teaches, engages in, and presents documentary work grounded in collaborative partnerships and extended fieldwork that uses photography, film/video, audio, and narrative writing to capture and convey contemporary memory, life, and culture.

  • CPA is celebrating over 30 years of fine art photography exhibitions in the same gallery, originally established as the Friends of Photography by Ansel Adams, Edward Weston and other classic artists.

  • CPW provides an artistic home for contemporary creative photography with programs in education, exhibition, publication, residencies, and services for artists.

  • Founded in 1974 as a resource for photographic creation, education, and presentation, CEPA provides a context for understanding the aesthetic, cultural, and political intersections of photo-related art as it is produced in our diverse society.

  • Fine-art photography students have the benefit of a major museum as their campus, one that has been internationally acclaimed for its innovative exhibitions and extensive collection of photography. Students work with an experienced faculty that is deeply committed to the photographic medium as a powerful tool of personal expression. And drawing directly upon the unique media resources of the nations capital, the Photojournalism program is an ideal training ground for a new generation of creative newspaper and magazine photographers.

  • Founded in 1988, the Daguerreian Society is an organization of individuals and institutions sharing a common interest in the art, history and practice of the daguerreotype.

  • The Museum presents one of the greatest inventions of our time: photography and photographic equipment. The exhibitions include both national and international photographers.

  • The Foundations program supports and encourages the craftsmanship and art of authors, artists, painters and photographers, both unknown and of established reputation, whose efforts are non-commercial or commercially unfeasible.

  • Founded in 1999, EP is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and profitability of editorial photography. Its mission is to educate photographers and photography buyers about business issues affecting the industry, and in the process raise the level of business practices in the profession.

  • The Museum's collection includes works by national and international photographers as well as a large number of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes and ferrotypes.

  • The Gallery presents exhibitions of works by photographers who have attained international, national and regional recognition and acclaim.

  • Formerly Friends of Photography Bookstore, established in 1967 in Carmel, California and on the Web for 5 years, this bookstore offers the finest selection of photography books, Ansel Adams books, prints, and posters on the West Coast.

  • FotoFests purpose is to promote the exchange of art and ideas through international programs and the presentation of photographic art. Our programs work globally and locally, bringing together an international vision of art and cross-cultural exchange with a commitment to community involvement and the enrichment of Houstons cultural resources.

  • Photography Library Online is made possible in part thanks to the Prince Bernhard Cultural Fund/Wertheimer Fund and the Nederlands fotomuseum.

  • The Fotomuseum Winterthur with its revolving exhibitions and the outstanding collection, has established itself as a center of excellence for photographic exhibitions and information.

  • The Fotostiftung Schweiz, founded in 1971, is dedicated to the preservation, acquisition and presentation of photographic works. It administrates an archive and a collection which together contain over 25 photographic estates and around 30,000 original prints of work by outstanding photographers.

  • Since its inception in 1978 the Gallery of Photography has become Ireland's premier venue for photography. It has staged exhibitions with many of the major names in contemporary photography.

  • George Eastman House, an independent nonprofit museum, is an educational institution that tells the story of photography and motion pictures.

  • In 2005 Getty images launched its grants program. The goal is to enable photographers to bring attention to significant social and cultural issues, as well as to take new and inspiring strides in creative work.

  • The Museum's goal is to make the collection meaningful and attractive to a broad audience by presenting and interpreting the collection through educational programs, special exhibitions, publications, conservation, and research.

  • Goldsmiths' Visual Arts students form an important part of the stimulating environment which constitutes the London art world. The Department's international reputation enables it to establish and maintain links with many of the world's most prestigious institutions and university visual arts departments. This, together with the cosmopolitan nature of the student body, provides unique opportunities to develop cross-cultural collaborative projects.

  • The Museum houses three galleries dedicated solely to the exploration of photographic arts and it provides a forum for the exhibition of both historic and contemporary photography. It also houses the extensive archives of Museum founder and world-renowned photojournalist Arthur Griffin.

  • HCP is an educational and cultural organization that deepens the understanding and appreciation of the photographic arts through exhibitions, publications, and educational programming.

  • This site provides thousands of web pages for the photography collector, curator and historian.

  • Since its opening in 1974, ICP has been led the way in the field of photography with exhibitions, publications, and educational programs. ICP Education Department offers Community Programs as well as BFA, MA and MFA programs in Studio Art in collaboration with Barnard College, New York University and St. John's University.

  • The Hall of Fame is the result of a project beginning in 1965 by the Photographic Art and Science Foundation, and its mission is to promote awareness and education of the history of photography.

  • Here you will find directories of Photographers, Studios, Models and Model Agencies, Glamour Photography, Digital Photography, Aerial Photography, Equipment Manufacturers, Shops, Film Processing, Photo Libraries, Publications, Clubs and Courses, and much more!

  • The Museum embraces photographic art made in the affirmation of life. Work from all countries from 1900 to the present is represented.

  • A primary resource and community of large format photographers on the Internet, providing a place where large format enthusiasts can freely exchange ideas and help each other.

  • The Museum is situated in a Victorian building dating from 1861. The collection is primarily dedicated to presenting the history of popular photography from its invention in 1839 to more recent times with a strong Victorian flavor.

  • The Light Factory is a non-profit arts center dedicated to exhibition and education programs promoting the power of photography and film.

  • Since 1973, Light Work has provided direct support to artists working in photography and digital imaging through exhibitions, lectures, classes, artist residencies, publications and other related projects.

  • Established in 1992, the Fair is devoted solely to the sale of photographic images from the 19th and 20th century, and it also has one of the finest selections of rare and out of print books on the art and history of photography assembled anywhere in Europe.

  • In the fine press tradition, the books are composed in lead, hand printed and hand bound. The press is devoted exclusively to photography, and each book aspires in its concept, graphic design, and bookmaking craftsmanship, to be the manifestation of its artistic content.

  • The Historic Photograph Collection contains approximately 50,000 images dating from the late 1840s to the 1960s.

  • The European House of Photography, situated in the historic heart of Paris, is a major center for contemporary photographic art.

  • The Museum's Department of Photographs surveys the history of photography from its invention to the present. This collection of more than 15,000 works is largely European and American, with some representation of other parts of the world, particularly Japan.

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  • The Photo Library welcomes both researchers and members of the public who are interested in photography.

  • The Moscow House of Photography maintains a large collection of old and contemporary Russian photographic masterpieces and houses the first Russian library of photographic books.

  • A great collection of over 100,000 photographs from the 19th and 20th centuries.

  • The Museums collections allow us to retrace the history of photography, in all its aspects, from the technical and artistic to its social and popular usage. They comprise almost six million appliances and optical objects and more than two million images on various materials.

  • The Museum, founded in 1987, initially concentrated on contemporary Danish photography. Its collection has since expanded, and attention is also bestowed on international photography, particularly that coming from Scandinavia, North and South America and Eastern Europe.

  • The Museum is a stimulating and innovative forum for the creation, collection, and examination of photographically related images, objects, and ideas.

  • The Photography Collection comprises about 55,000 positives and 30,000 negatives in which the beginnings and development of Czech photography is followed.

  • The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, was one of the earliest museums in the country to collect photography, initiated in 1924 when Alfred Stieglitz donated twenty-seven of his photographs.

  • The Museum's holdings of more than 25,000 works dating from approximately 1840 to the present constitute one of the most important collections of photography in the world.

  • The Museum's collection encompasses the full spectrum of the photographic medium, as well as materials and documents related to the history and process of photography.

  • The Photography collection consists of more than 500,000 prints and negatives that document New York City and its inhabitants from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.

  • The Nara City Museum of Photography, designed by Kisho Kurokawa, is a focal point highlighting and preserving the Citys culture.

  • Today after more than a century the mission of National Geographic Society grows in urgency and scope. The Society continues to develop new and exciting vehicles for broadening its reach and enhancing its legendary ability to bring the world to its millions of members.

  • The Museum's renowned collection includes more than three million items of historical, social and cultural value.

  • The Nederlands Fotomuseum occupies a unique position with its multifaceted collection of negatives, transparencies and prints from 70 Dutch photographers.

  • Founded as a residence school, NYI has offered home study training since 1922. In 1975 the school became exclusively a distance education program. The school's Complete Course in Professional Photography consists of printed lessons enriched by dozens of audiotapes and videotapes. Students submit Photo Projects that are evaluated for the student on audio tape by working professional photographers, bringing the classroom right into the student's home.

  • The Photography Collection contains nearly 300,000 original photographic prints, representing an international range of photographers and comprising a thorough survey of subjects and processes.

  • Each issue of Next Level is centered around a theme, which is then explored by new and established artists and writers in collaboration with Next Level to produce their own personal interpretation.

  • Digital and underwater photography classes designed for amateur and advanced photographers, offered in major U.S. cities.

  • NANPA promotes the art and science of nature photography as a medium of communication for nature appreciation and environmental protection. It also provides education and inspiration, gathers and disseminates information, and develops standards for all persons interested in the field of nature photography.

  • Northlight Gallery presents photographic exhibitions of contemporary and historical significance.

  • The photography program at Ohio University is in its fifth decade. It is the oldest degree-granting program in photography at a major university in the country. Its legacy stems from the historically renowned Clarence White School of Photography in New York, which was re-established here in 1948 by his son, Clarence White, Jr.

  • A non-profit visual arts organization dedicated to the enrichment of life through exhibitions, community programs, workshops and other educational activities that promote the arts of photography and digital imaging.

  • Established in 1997, the Fair offers a deep and broad view of the medium, with the best of fine art photography from the earliest days until now and a forward-looking survey of what is happening in this art form today.

  • In 1984 French photographer Pierre-Yves Mahe, impassioned by innovative techniques, founded Speos, a photography school with an international vocation. In 1991 Speos introduced professional training courses for companies and photographers who needed to acquire new technology skills in a profession in transition.

  • Parsons' BFA in Photography and its new MFA in Photography educate students about the evolving creative position of the photographer today.

  • Housing some 140,000 works of art, the Department of Prints, Drawings and Photographs is nationally recognized for the breadth and depth of its collections as well as the flair and scholarship of its exhibitions.

  • Over the 75 years of its existence, PMAI has grown and evolved to meet the changing needs of the continuously expanding imaging industry. Today, PMA serves over 18,000 members in 100-plus countries.

  • photo-eye is one of the oldest suppliers of all types of photography books from around the world.

  • From its inception in 1995, the site has aimed to be a "photography learning community", in which more experienced photographers, both avid amateurs and professionals, provide mutual support, as well as being a resource for those interested in learning about photography.

  • A nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the understanding, appreciation and creation of contemporary photography.

  • An open and growing directory of photography related Websites.

  • The online version of the book Photographers Market providing photographers with the key guidelines they need to sell their work and build a career.

  • Founded in 1947, the Guild helps foster and encourage the art and science of photography among its members and the public by offering competitions, evaluations, field trips, seminars, shows, workshops and presentations by outstanding professional photogaphers.

  • PRC at Boston University is an independent non-profit organization that serves as a vital forum for the exploration and interpretation of new work, ideas, and methods in photography and related media.

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