Archive 22 July - December   2006 ARCHIVE

WIPI News Features

The Museum of Photographic Arts  Breaking the Frame: Pioneering Women in Photojournalism, May 7 - Sept. 24, 2006 and Today's Pioneers: Two Women Photojournalists in Iraq and Afghanista, Stephanie Sinclair and Andrea Bruce thru Sept 17, 2006 - photo left Grace Robertson
Opening reception, story and images by   j. Madison Rink
I continue to be haunted by the work of Andrea Bruce and Stephanie Sinclair. The numbingly stunning, poetically rich, conflictingly beautiful and profoundly painful images depicting the chaos and tragedy of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan shot by these two gutsy award winning photojournalists..read more

Danica Mazon - Sharpics Inc., A unique new way to shoot product photography!

Raised in a photographic family, Co-Founder and Vice President of Sharpics Inc., Danica has found a way to accomplish both goals for career and family. A perfect tool for photographers and/or anyone needing to take images for web stores or product placement ads - D-Flector, the studio in a box !

May 2006 Feature Story, TakeGreatPictures.com - Sharing Success & Showing Promise Kodak's One Gallery program builds careers while boosting brand by Mark Lapin - Published: May 22

emerging Women In Photography International photographers, LONDON Yvonne De Rosa, Audrey Tan, Nicola Tree, - NEW YORK Amy Postle and Carrie Villines, SAN FRANCISCO Natascha Unkart celebrated read more
Also See Kodak ProPass Magazine article "Street Life" Yvonne De Rosa's Dark Places

"Look and Leave" New Orleans in the Wake of Katrina"
Photographs by Jane Fulton Alt

Jane's project grew out of having witnessed the aftermath of an unprecedented, devastating, natural disaster.

CARRIE MAE WEEMS receives the 2005 Women In Photography International Distinguished

"My responsibility as an artist is to work, to sing for my supper, to make art, beautiful and powerful, that adds and reveals; to beautify the mess of a messy world, to heal the sick and feed the helpless; to shout bravely from the rooftops and storm barricaded doors and voice the specificity of our historical moment."

Carrie is Represented by P.P.O.W. / NY

Distinguished Photographers Award -SYLVIA PLACHY receives the 2004 Women In Photography International Distinguished Photographers Award at the 2nd Annual Lucie Awards presentation,
York City, PHOTOS: Backstage, Awards - Adrien Brody Clip - Private Party

2003 Distinguished Photographers Award, ANNIE LEIBOVITZ at international photo awards 1st Annual LUCIE Award Presentation-- See WIPI 2003 Photos

President's Letter_____________

President's Letter, Jean Ferro, January 2006


  • Epson Print Academy
  • National Association of Photoshop Professionals Training seminars 2006
  • SPE - 44th National Conference
  • CHBphoto - Tutorials

Exhibition Highlights & Member Reviews________________

Industry News_______________


    • Opportunities
      Women in Photography Int'l - VOLUNTEERS
    • Services:
      Photography Web Site Design

Marketing News_____________

  • Showit Web, slide show
  • FreshLists.com, marketing tips
  • Invest in Yourself, Pay Yourself First,
  • The Photographic Collector, Photographic Art Market volumes.
  • Allworth Book Selection - Focus on Profit by Tom Zimberoff, includes PhotoByte® business management software on CD-ROM (Mac/PC)

Book Review________________

  • Sylvia Plachy
  • Annie Leibovitz
  • Joyce Tenneson
  • Susan Sontag

           Suggested Read


  • KATHLEEN CARR - Polaroid Transfer
  • MARIA PISCOPO - Marketing
  • ROSSANE OLSON - Portrait
  • JUDITH PISCONERI - Travel / Business
  • PATRICIA D. RICHARDS - France, Italy
  • KAREN SCHULMAN - Adventure
  • ALINE SMITHSON - Creative / Resumes
  • JOYCE TENNESON - Portrait

Competitions & Awards_____________

  • Competitions,
    Group and Individual Listings
  • Awards: WIPI Received Golden Web Award


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