The annual Windland Smith Rice International Awards photography exhibit is here again! Once again McCall Photographics is proud to have provided the post processing, printing and mounting for the exhibit displayed in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. The exhibit will be on display through September 2018.
During the space race between the U.S. and Russia in the late 50’s and 60’s, men from Gallaudet University helped the U.S. Naval School of Aviation Medicine and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration study balance, motion sickness and weightlessness. We teamed up with Gallaudet to bring this amazing story to life. In the planing […]
The photographic exhibit, “Where the Children Sleep” was the main attraction at the event on Monday night commemorating World Refugee Day and hosted by the U.S. Mission to the United Nations in partnership with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the New York Public Library. Speakers included Samantha Power U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations […]
There is nothing so peaceful as watching a child sleep. Unless you realize that child has been forced to a foreign land and has suffered unimaginable terrors of war. That is the theme of “Where the Children Sleep”, a photo exhibit by Magnus Wennman about refugee children in Europe and the Middle East. Twenty two images […]
When you’re providing all post processing, printing and finishing for a 118 piece Smithsonian photography exhibit, it’s easy to lose sight of the story. The images appear and reappear in so many ways; on screen, coming off the printer, traveling through the laminator. The process is never as smooth as we’d like. We spend countless hours […]
It began as a small nature photography competition in the memory of nature photographer and wildlife enthusiast, Windland Smith Rice. The competition grew over the years to become a major annual nature photography exhibit with a juried contest receiving over 25,000 entries per year. This year’s nature photography exhibit at the Smithsonian features over fifty […]
In 1964 Congress passed the Wilderness Act protecting almost 110 million acres of pristine land from roads, vehicles, permanent structures, logging or mining. The success of this act reflects our growing realization that progress is not necessarily synonymous with human production and the changes we make are not always in our own best interest. In […]
What ever happened to those people in New Orleans after the hurricane, in Japan after the Earthquake, in Bangladesh after the Tsunami? These are the people forgotten by the media, who must go on after devastating natural disasters have forced them from their homes, many times their families. Often they are left with nothing but […]