ZoneZero is a website dedicated to photography, founded in 1994 by Mexican photographer Pedro Meyer. It first appeared online when the internet became a public resource, making it the oldest still standing and growing website dedicated to photography. Robert Hirsch has referred to it as a "top-notch" photographic site.
Type of site
|Website dedicated to photography|
|Available in||(in English)|
The site is bilingual English and Spanish and free of charge. It has a curated gallery space with portfolios and slide shows of featured photographers. Anyone meeting certain requirements can submit up to five images to the portfolio. The site also includes a magazine, a monthly editorial written by foundation staff and the founder, moblogs, e-books for download, and a forum.
- "2011 Honorary Judging Committee (World Photography Organisation) Archived January 5, 2011, at the Wayback Machine", worldphoto.org. Accessed 2011-01-17.
- "PhotoFidelity - The Art and Science of Photography". Accessed 2011-01-17.
- Robert Hirsch, Light and Lens: Photography in the Digital Age (Amsterdam: Elsevier; Boston: Focal Press, 2007; ISBN 0-240-80855-X), p.329-330; here at Google Books (accessed 2011-01-17).