David Schonauer

Spotlight: Andrea Fernandez Captures Womanhood, Ascending

By David Schonauer   Monday July 15, 2019

By profession, Andrea Fernandez is a dentist. Her avocation is photography, which she took up at age 15. While traveling through Italy a few years ago, Fernandez, who is Colombian, was struck by the beauty of baroque-style fresco ceilings. "I love the use of space, tension, and connection that the figures depict as they are 'ascending to heaven,'" she says. Inspired by the frescos ...   Read the full Story >>

Spotlight: Daniel Ramos Captures the "Muy Hermosa" of Northern Mexico

By David Schonauer   Monday July 8, 2019

Donald Trump warned Americans of "bad hombres" from Mexico. Photographer Daniel Ramos went looking for them. Ramos, who grew up in a Mexican-American neighborhood of Chicago, spent summers near Monterrey, Mexico, with his grandmother. In 2012, following the death of his mother, he moved to Monterrey "to have some peace to mourn her loss." He also began a project titled "Eres Muy Hermosa," a ...   Read the full Story >>

Call For Entries: Latin American Fotografia 8

By David Schonauer   Tuesday July 2, 2019

Is it time for you to enter Latin American Fotografia 8? The premiere photography contest for imagery being created today in or about Latin America is accepting submissions. The deadline is July 19. The contest is open to Latin American citizens living anywhere, as well as everyone living or studying in Latin America, regardless of nationality, and everyone with Latin American clients or projects ...   Read the full Story >>

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