2019 BFP Photo Annual Submissions

We are so pleased to be launching our 5th Photography Annual by Black Female Photographers. A photo competition which celebrates and promotes Black Female Photographers. The winners will be published in our 2019 Annual. This magazine will showcase and promote the works of its members and other Black Female Photographers from around the world. Who:

Aquatic Bridal Styled Shoot

Lisa Haynes of Charmed Life Photography is hosting an aquatic bridal styled shoot in Fredericksburg, VA on March 4th. This styled shoot will be held completely underwater! The theme is modern Greek mythology. She will have a bridal setup, details, florals, a stylized tablescape, and multiple other shooting stations. It is open to photographers and

Someone to Watch Over Me

Documentary photographer Monica Hendricks is an artist with great interest in themes of identity, particularly within the African-American community. She also examines subcultures, counter-cultures, and various social issues. This photo essay provides a glimpse into her work. View in Lightbox by clicking any of the images. In January 2010, when I began my project on

The DAWA Project

Washington based photographer Kariba Jack was concerned about cuts to arts funding. She was inspired to start a not-for-profit to support arts education for children.  Here we present a brief Q&A with Ms. Jack as she explains all about the DAWA Project. BFP: What is the DAWA Project? KJ: The DAWA Project is a non-profit

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