ZoneZero

ZoneZero is a website dedicated to photography, founded in 1994 by Mexican photographer Pedro Meyer.[1] It first appeared online when the internet became a public resource, making it the oldest still standing and growing website dedicated to photography.[2] Robert Hirsch has referred to it as a "top-notch" photographic site.[3]

ZoneZero
Type of site
Website dedicated to photography
Available in(in English)
(in Spanish)
URLzonezero.com
Commercialno
Launched1994
Current statusActive

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.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2011 Honorary Judging Committee (World Photography Organisation) Archived January 5, 2011, at the Wayback Machine", worldphoto.org. Accessed 2011-01-17.
  2. ^ "PhotoFidelity - The Art and Science of Photography". Accessed 2011-01-17.
  3. ^ 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).

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