The Reader’s Lens winners for August are …

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The Reader’s Lens winners for July are …

The Greenville Journal invites you to share your best photos of what the Upstate has to offer. See our July photos from readers – celebrating America.

The Reader’s Lens winners for June are …

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June photos of the month

Local photographer uses antique view camera to capture deep emotion

A random tax-return purchase lead Eli Warren to find a full-time job and lifelong hobby. 

The Reader’s Lens winners for May are …

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The Reader’s Lens winners for April are …

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Photographer Walter Arnold finds beauty in abandonment

Walter Arnold first picked up a camera in 2005 when he moved to Hendersonville, N.C., and became enamored with the area’s natural beauty and scenery. But the creative spark that has ultimately shaped his body of work was found at an airplane graveyard in St. Augustine, Fla., in 2009. 

RIVERWORKS Gallery exhibits explore the interplay between women and photography

Zane Logan, lead instructor of photography at Greenville Technical College, first encountered…

ICYMI: 2017 Gallabrae presented by the Greenville Scottish Games

The one-day festival was a celebration of Celtic and Scottish tradition and culture.

What’s Happening This Weekend: Jan. 6–8

Every Thursday, we give you a list of 10 events happening this weekend in the Upstate.

Photography exhibit celebrates the beauty of people with disabilities

Tonight, a weekend-long event kicks off with a gala featuring the work of Rick Guidotti, a one-time international fashion photographer who founded the nonprofit Positive Exposure, an organization that celebrates the physical beauty of individuals with genetic disabilities. The exhibition, Positive Exposure Greenville, will be displayed at Greenville Center for Creative Arts, 25 Draper St., in the Village of West Greenville.

The power of visual storytelling

Behind the lens

Decayed Spaces

Andrew Moore’s large-format color photographs capture architectural elements and urban landscapes as they are slowly reclaimed by nature.

Portraits, moving

Dexter Goodwin remembers the sound of waves lapping up on a Long…