Friday, June 04, 2010

Ryan Pyle Blog: PDN Photo Annual Finalist


I am a bit late on getting around to this, but I just wanted to make you aware of some great news. Some of my work has been included in the PDN Photo Annual 2010. I was a finalist, or received an honorable mention, for two bodies of work: The Chinese Infrastructure project of the Baling River Bridge and the my Black and White work on Chinese Turkestan or China's western Xinjiang region.

For a wider edit of my work on Chinese Turkestan you can view a photo essay that was recently published with PDN Magazine in their photo blog section. While many of you may have seen my images from Chinese Turkestan previously, what is new is the multimedia slide show that I've prepared (hosted on Youtube) to showcase more of the photography combined with audio that I recorded in the region. I hope you enjoy the work and thank you for your time.

1) PDN Photo Annual Gallery: LINK
2) China Infrastructure: BaLing Bridge Gallery
3) Personal Work: Chinese Turkestan Gallery

PDN Photo of the Day Blog: LINK

Chinese Turkestan Multimedia Slide Show LINK

Resolve Blog: My commentary on Multimedia LINK

Thank you,

Ryan Pyle


  1. Its a beautiful wide angle shot, you really composed it well. The colors are great are great - what film did you use for this shot?

  2. Jack,
    It was a digital image. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. Wonderful camera, even though I prefer film. The reason for the digital is because I had to file the same day. I'm glad you like the image and thank you for your kind words. Cheers,

    Ryan Pyle



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