Local filmmaker and photographer Antonio Pantoja has won 16 awards in the last year and doesn't plan to stop his rise any time soon. He hopes to begin his first feature film soon and has acquired rights to a Stephen King story.
What makes you proud to be a Louisvillian? What makes your kids proud? Get to snapping and win some prizes for showcasing your hometown pride!
I may not avidly drink it. I may be too much the wuss to do so. But, lord almighty, am I proud of this stuff called bourbon. You should be, too. Let’s talk about it with David Toczko in a chain bookstore – The Summit location of Barnes & Noble – this Saturday, December 15th, at 1pm.
Ever wandered what that tricky "M" button does on your camera? Would you really like to stop getting red eye and ugly washed out pictures? Louisville Lens Photography shows you how.
Liquid Sound Studios is creating a one stop option for artists with record, film, and photography needs.
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The next time you see something you wish you had a picture of…pick up your phone and use it!
Phoneography: photos from phones by Mitch Eckert and YOU, and the YOU in the instance also mean (ME). I’ll be writing this review from two different angles, as the participant and the viewer.
The people of Appalachia come for a visit. Renowned photographer Shelby Lee Adams presents his newest work "Salt and Truth" at Paul Paletti Gallery.
Photography of some of the damage in Henryville, Indiana after tornados on March 2, 2012.
On Saturday February 4, 2012, after four years of collaborating with historians and research, the Carnegie Center for Art and History is unveiled “Remembered: the Life of Lucy Higgs Nichols.”
THIS is the story of Louisville in pictures. Meet the creator and crew of THIS…is Louisville.