Rfotofolio

Rfotofolio

Rfotofolio was founded to give photographers access to a larger audience, and to educate the public about all types of photography through our sites, exhibitions, interviews, and articles.

We feel that art can make a difference in the quality of life.  Who has not been affected by the images we see?  From showing the consequences of climate change and pollution, to finding solace in the image of a single flower.  Art also serves to remind us that there is beauty in this world.

Rfotofolio supports the work of artists who are struggling to make a living through photography or who are using photography for the social good.

Our Mission

To establish the Rfotofolio Grant.  The Rfotofolio Grant will be awarded to one photographer per year, who may have lost their workspaces or equipment due to natural disasters, theft, or though illness or accidents that have limited their ability to practice photography.  Or to a photographer that supports others and gives back to the photographic community.  If you know of a photographer that you would like to nominate, please contact us at rfotofolio@rfotofolio.org.

To curate, promote, and design brick and mortar exhibitions.

To build an archive of prints to help nurture the art of the printed photograph.  We hope that in the future this archive will be a resource to promote the photograph in print.

To establish forums to promote the craft of photography.

To sustain, maintain, and grow the exposure of photography through our websites, exhibits, and publications.

Ways You Can Help

Rfotofolio is a non-profit, tax exempt 501( c )(3) organization.  Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

You can support photography and photographers by participating in the fundraisers we feature.

We are also looking for photographic supplies and for corporate support.

If you would like information about how to be a supporter of Rfotofolio please contact us at rfotofolio@rfotofolio.org.

You can learn more about Rfotofolio by visiting rfotofolio.org.

 

 

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