Photographing the White Horses of the Camargue
Aug31

Photographing the White Horses of the Camargue

By Tony Bonanno— I’ve photographed horses for many years– quarter horses on western ranches, grand prix jumpers, rodeo horses and wild roaming Spanish Mustangs, but none have intrigued me more than the White Horses of the Camargue in the South of France. I’d never heard of them until about five years ago when I was leading a photo workshop in Cuba and one of the participants, Jody Willard, a photojournalist from California...

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Our National Parks Odyssey: Into The Winds
Sep20

Our National Parks Odyssey: Into The Winds

This is the fifth of an ongoing series about Red River Pro Andrew Slaton and his wife Ellen who, along with two dogs, Islay and Skye and Colonel Bubba, the cat, left the comforts of Dallas to hit the road full time in a travel trailer, with the goal of photographing all 59 U. S. National Parks. This is a continuation of Part 4 which ran in the previous post.— By Andrew Slaton– We meandered down the Gulf Coast chasing blue water and...

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The Exquisite Eye of Kiyoshi Togashi
Mar28

The Exquisite Eye of Kiyoshi Togashi

                By Arthur H. Bleich– Kiyoshi Togashi knew by the time he was ten that as the second son of the largest landholder in the Yamagata Prefecture of Japan, he was not going to inherit the family farm. By tradition, it would go to his older brother. Far from being disappointed, this impetuous and driven youth felt a sense of exhilaration and freedom because he’d be able to follow whatever path in life he desired. During his...

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Our National Parks Odyssey: The Real Reward
Nov29

Our National Parks Odyssey: The Real Reward

This is the third of an ongoing series about Red River Pro Andrew Slaton and his wife Ellen who, along with two dogs, Islay and Skye and Colonel Bubba, the cat, left the comforts of Dallas to hit the road full time in a travel trailer, with the goal of photographing all 59 U. S. National Parks. So far, they’ve visited 23– just 36 to go! –By Andrew Slaton– The Southwest… From Big Bend on the Texas/ Mexico border, we worked...

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Our National Parks Odyssey: Ups and Downs
Nov16

Our National Parks Odyssey: Ups and Downs

This is the second part of an ongoing series about Red River Pro Andrew Slaton and his wife Ellen who, along with their two dogs and a cat, have hit the road full time in a travel trailer to seek adventure and photograph all the National Parks. There have also been some side trips, some ups and downs and…well, let’s hear it from Andrew. –By Andrew Slaton– Redefining Success… “Success is to be measured not so much by...

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Interested in a truly different and creative photographic workshop?
Nov02

Interested in a truly different and creative photographic workshop?

  A Photographic Workshop that will immerse you in spectacular and unique subject matter, challenge you with light, shadow, textures, and color…. And take you through the whole creative photographic process from Capture to the Final Exhibition Print. Join Red River Paper PRO Tony Bonanno for WHITE SANDS: CAPTURE TO PRINT, February 17th – February 22nd, 2015. Two and a half days immersed in one of the most scenic and dynamic landscapes...

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RRP proud to help sponsor APA/DC featuring Red River Paper PRO Chris Crisman
Nov09

RRP proud to help sponsor APA/DC featuring Red River Paper PRO Chris Crisman

Proud to help sponsor the APA/DC featuring Red River Paper PRO Chris Crisman November 15th, 2012 at 6pm. From the APA/ DC Blog Chris Crisman has big plans for his future. So do his clients. At the age of 32, The Philadelphia based photographer has a career that most photographers might only dream of achieving. Yet, he insists on reaching for a higher plane. There is good reason for his success. Aside from his consistent marketing...

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Bert Monroy on TWIT Photo with Leo Laporte

Red River Paper Pro Bert Monroy made an appearance on a recent episode of TWIT Photo with Leo Laporte. Bert is an amazingly talent digital graphic artist who has been working with Photoshop and other digital art programs since the beginning of the digital revolution. In fact, Bert was a pre-beta user of Photoshop! Check out the interview below. Watch it full size here...

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