• 2016 Nikon Shootout– Friends in Low Places

    Photo by Derek Eckenroth, Bob Jones University

    This year's UPAA Nikon Shootout winner is Derek Eckenroth, from Bob Jones University. Here is what he had to say about the challenges of the contest. For his efforts and excellent photograph Derek received a Nikon D750 and a Nikkor 24-120mm f/4 lens. 

  • Working with Fuji Raw Files

    Photo by Ken Bennett, Wake Forest University

    The Fuji booth was very popular at the 2016 UPAA Symposium in Clarksville, TN, and many members were able to borrow a camera and some lenses to test. For those of you who shot raw files and plan to process them in Lightroom, there are a couple of things to know in advance:

  • Thank Tank Retrospective 6

    Think Tank Photo Expands Popular Retrospective® Photography Shoulder Bag Collection with New Color and New Size 

  • Jim Stroup- Kelby Creative 2015 Winner


    Jim Stroup, photographer at Virgina Tech is this year's winner of the UPAA Kelby Creative Award. Kelby sponsors this award that recognizes exceptional work utiliziting Adobe Photoshop. This is the second year for this competition. The winner receives a pass to attend Photoshop world in Las Vegas.

  • Eric Bronson 2015 Photographer of the Year


    For the second time University of Michigan's Senior Photographer Eric Bronson captured the University Photographers' Association of America's highest award, Photographer of the Year. Contributing to this award was Eric's first place finish overall in the Monthly Image Competition. Combined with placing 5 prints in the Annual Print Competition secured the Photographer of the Year award.

  • Baylor Webcast from Extensis

    The Boys at Baylor are at it again with a webcast through Extensis. They'll be sharing their wireless workflow to deliver photos for social media during sporting events. The webcast is on Tuesday January 27th at 2 pm Eastern.

  • Remembering John Alley

    John W. Alley with his box camera collection.John Alley, former director of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Photo Services and longtime UPAA member and award winner, passed away on February 25, 2014.  He was a member of the Milwaukee St.