Please take a moment to learn about who is supporting and advancing our mission to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging talent and celebrate the appreciation of photography worldwide.
For more than 40 years Sony has created numerous products and technologies that have helped make consumers’ lives easier, more enjoyable and more productive. At the same time, the company has earned a solid reputation for quality, reliability, innovation and stylish design. Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., Sony is a leading provider of electronics, digital imaging and information technology products for the consumer and professional markets and is committed to developing new technologies that reflect the networked convergence of audio, video, imaging and information technology.
ChromaLuxe is the world’s leading manufacturer of high-definition sublimatable photo panels. The combination of color brilliance, superior durability and archival qualities makes ChromaLuxe the perfect choice for image reproduction. There’s a reason ‘Luxe’ is in our name. We are the world’s leading manufacturer of superior print mediums.
Through dye sublimation, images are infused directly into our specially coated sheets of metal, wood and tabletop panels to create the most luxurious, vibrant and long lasting photo medium in the world.
All coatings and substrates are made in the U.S.A. with manufacturing and fabrication done in Louisville, KY. Our additional locations in Belgium and Australia allow us to serve our global customer base and supply our products to more than 80 countries worldwide.
ChromaLuxe is an extension of the Universal Woods family, the world’s leading manufacturer of hard surface sublimatable products and mezzanine decking. It is also a sister brand to Unisub, which provides the highest quality sublimatable custom products.
Digital Silver Imaging is the first, and only, New England-based photo lab to integrate photographic laser technology and classic black & white printing. This technology is why Eric Luden started this lab in 2008. Since 2008 we have added color pigment inkjet printing, mounting, matting and framing.
Most photo labs produce digital black & white prints on color (RA4) papers or a variety of inkjet printers. These two processes can produce inferior black and white photographs because of inconsistent tonality, color variance and unproven longevity.
Think Tank Photo is a group of product designers and professional photographers focused on studying how photographers work, and developing inventive new carrying solutions to meet their needs.
By focusing on speed and accessibility, we prepare photographers to “Be Ready Before the Moment,” allowing them to document those historic moments that reflect their personal visions and artistic talents.
For some companies, it is only about the product. For us, it’s more — it’s about supporting photographers so they can do their best work. If we can design products that help photographers travel easier, take pictures faster, and organize their gear more efficiently, then we will have accomplished something beyond the bags themselves.
CreativeLive is an online education platform that broadcasts live classes to an international audience.
We believe there’s a creator in all of us. From the moment we struck fire, we met our challenges with creative tools. We make dreams come true, problem-solve, and express ourselves through creativity. It shapes our identity and ties us together. Creativity gives us hope – helps us innovate and imagine. It’s how we change the world.
We develop the concept, editorial direction, and design of art books in collaboration with our authors, then present them to our international audience with the intention of completing 500 pre-sales over a maximum six-month cycle. The people who pre-purchase, the book’s co-publishers, are acknowledged by name within the book. Finished books are shipped to our co-publishers upon completion (no more than a year from the book’s initial launch on the site), and are available through our site and through our independent retailers.
Pathshala is the early school of Photography in South Asia region, which offers various short-term and long-term educational programs in photography, film and multimedia journalism throughout the year. Pathshala started in 1998. Since then, the institution has slowly grown to become a fully-fledged photography educational institution based in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Women Photographers International Archive (WOPHA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded to research, promote, support, and educate, in partnership with other international organizations, on the role of those who identify as women or non-binary in photography. Having begun as a dynamic database showcasing the unique stories of women-identified Cuban photographers, WOPHA has expanded its geographic scope to include photographers around the globe. The organization is currently documenting the diverse artistic production of Latin American and Latinx communities, including photographers from Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and artists of Latin American descent living and working in the United States.
World Central Kitchen
Los Angeles Unified School District
The Icon Fine Art Department
American Society of Media Photographers
United Photo Industries (UPI)
American Photographic Artists (APA)
New York Film Academy
Six Point Brewery
Tito’s Handmade Vodka
L2 Fine Art
The Impossible Project
Einstein Bro’s Bagels
Freestyle Photographic Supplies
Photo District News (PDN)
Los Angeles Times
Time Out, Los Angeles
Space 15 Twenty