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    Craig Clark
      Craig Clark, a third-generation Idahoan, has worked as a professional photographer for over 18 years. He has worked in various locales around the country and the world. Clark opened his Boise Studio, CC Photography & Digital Design, in 2000. He is a member of several artistic and photographic groups. While mainly a portrait and commercial photographer, Craig has a large body of photo art. A few of his better known projects include "Wrapped in the Flag," "Mannequins" and "The Torso Project." "The Torso Project" will be released as a book later this year.
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    Paul Hosefros
      Paul Hosefros was a photographer for The New York Times for 36 years. Early in his career with the Times, he was assistant picture editor, but the bulk of his tenure had an emphasis in black and white photography. In his time in Washington, D.C., Hosefros covered the White House, Congress, the Pentagon and traveled with President Clinton on Air Force One. He also covered the Pentagon and traveled with President Bush after the September 11 attacks. He has received numerous awards and has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Hosefros and his family have been living in Boise (where his wife, Gaye, grew up) for four years.
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  • Boise Weekly's Third Annual B&W Photo Contest

      Our Third Annual B&W Photography Contest is once again upon us. The rules were simple-black-and-white or monotone photographs mounted on white mat board. Entries could be digital or traditional film media (and yes, we are nostalgic for traditional silver prints).

      Judging was done by last year's trio of judges, Boise Weekly art director Leila Ramella, Boise Weekly photographer Jenna Biggs, and myself, a former photojournalist. Points were awarded to our top five choices in each category with the grand prize going to the photo with the most total points.

      Last year, we did not charge an entry fee and received over 200 entries. We also gave away almost $500 in prizes, mostly gift certificates. This year, we decided to charge an entry fee which we dedicated toward cash prizes. With this year's 60 entries, we are giving out almost $700 in cash and prizes to the winners. We'd like to thank Framed (1722 E. Fairview in Meridian) for donating prizes and being our sole sponsor this year. (If you'd like to sponsor this contest with gift prizes next year, give me a call.)

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