Taking it's name from a darkroom/photo processing technique, the Dodge & Burn Blog is dedicated to DIVERSITY in PHOTOGRAPHY. My posts reflect PHOTOGRAPHY HISTORY as I would have loved to have learned it and CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY as I see and value it.
Dodge & Burn photography blog will highlight what is often "dodged" from the art scene and "burned" in art history: photographers of African, Asian, Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander and Aleutian heritage, women photographers and works of photography about these and other indigenous communities of the world.
This blog will also be a dedicated resource for photography call for entries, grants and other artist opportunities.
Dodge & Burn is looking for photographers to interview. If you're interested, please EMAIL ME. I also welcome tips on any new photography shows, call for artists, etc.
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