Saturday, April 1, 2023
Portfolio reviews: 8:45 am - 4:45 pm ET
Panel: Photographing Ukraine: 5:15 - 6:30 pm ET
Photo by Jared Ragland from What Has Been Will Be Again. Winner of 2022 Reviewers Choice Award and featured in The America Issue of ZEKE.
SDN is excited to announce the third SDN Online Documentary Portfolio Reviews. We have teamed up with leaders in the editorial, publishing, and fine art industries to review work of documentary and editorial photographers, offer constructive criticism, and to keep an eye out for new and talented photographers.
Since 2008, SDN has been at the forefront of promoting global documentary photography through our website, ZEKE magazine, SDN Education and other programming that we offer to our network of photographers and others interested in the power of images to tell important stories.
Portfolio Reviews Summary
Reviewers Choice Award
A select panel of reviewers will choose the most accomplished projects for a Reviewers Choice Award. Two awardees will be selected and announced at the panel on Saturday afternoon following the reviews and their winning projects will be displayed online to the audience. Each award winner will receive $150.
Click here for a list of reviewers.
Reviews Pre-Registration Now Open
Pre-registration will assure you greater chances of receiving your preferred reviewers and you will receive a link to register prior to the general public. Click here to pre-register.
February 11-14: Early registration for people who have pre-registered.
February 15: Public registration opens.
In partnership with Frank Meo Projections
April 1, 5:15 pm
Reviewers Choice Award winners will be announced at the panel.
Moderated by Lauren Walsh, Professor at New York University and Director of the Gallatin Photojournalism Lab. She is the author of Conversations on Conflict Photography (2019) and Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter (2022), co-author of Shadow of Memory (2021) on the Bosnian War, and editor of Macondo: Memories of the Colombian Conflict (2017). She is a leading expert on the visual coverage of conflict and crisis. She is also the lead educator for a new curricula on media and visual literacy, as part of the Content Authenticity Initiative.
Panelists to be determined.
For more information and to register (free), click here
(Not required for registered reviewees and reviewers)