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Ami Vitale "Stories Out Of The Headlines" - Top Photography Films

Ami Vitale "Stories Out Of The Headlines" - Top Photography Films | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Ami Vitale is a socially committed documentary photographer. She says: "I feel a responsibility to tell stories that are often out of the headlines."

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Ami Vitale racconta in intervista il suo approccio al soggetto sul campo.

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FFR - 2013 In Review | Frontline Freelance Register

FFR - 2013 In Review | Frontline Freelance Register | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

After launching in June this year, we were overwhelmed with members. Freelance foreign and conflict reporters from around the world joined our ranks. Members have been out and about producing incredible work in the world's hot-spots and lesser-known locations. Here's a quick look at the successes, coverage and personal work of (just some) of the FFR members this year. It certainly gives a flavour of what we have been up to.

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A list of great achievement and projects for Frontline Freelance Register members. I am happy to see my Northern Edge Project listed.

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A Tribute to Nelson Mandela by Pulitzer Winner David Turnley | LightBox | TIME.com

A Tribute to Nelson Mandela by Pulitzer Winner David Turnley | LightBox | TIME.com | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Turnley spent 28 years photographing South Africa's struggles of apartheid.
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Remembering A Compassionate War Photographer

Remembering A Compassionate War Photographer | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago the National Geographic lobby was so crowded with young schoolgirls I could barely make it to the elevators. The place was jumping with energy and I asked the ticket takers if the g...
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"I was thrilled to learn that the young girls were here to see this wonderful work. At the same time it also brought a touch of sadness to my heart. I remembered another photographer who is no longer with us, Alexandra Boulat, who died after suffering a brain aneurysm in 2007 at the age of 45. She was a pioneer in her own right and her work belongs in the exhibit too. I miss her spirit, courage, wonderful eye and love of telling stories."

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shadow of change: greenland – consequences | NOOR

shadow of change: greenland – consequences | NOOR | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

The Arctic circle is a very vulnerable area where the impact of climate change and human influence is clearly noticable. 

Stanley Greene documented the effect climate change and pollution has on the population of Greenland:

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A photo essay by Stanley Greene on the effect of climate change and pollution in Greenland

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Photographers talk: Eyes on Syria's shattered lives - Stanley Greene

Photographers talk: Eyes on Syria's shattered lives - Stanley Greene | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

"Stanley Greene shows us the despair of Syrians in their everyday struggle for survival, he does it with grace and dignity - once again we see the human face behind the tragedy of war."

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In The Beginning - Magnum In Motion.flv

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"How it was at the beginning of Magnum Photos. A friend/secretary/assistant/wife of the first moments share her memories."

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Robert Capa 100

Robert Capa 100 | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Robert Capa Centenary In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Robert Capa, ICP is excited to share a recent discovery of a long lost recording of a his only known radio interview.
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Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Robert Capa.  And the ICP put online an interview recorded in 1947. It is the only recording of the legendary photoreporter.

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Tim Page's Vietnam War | VICE

Tim Page's Vietnam War  | VICE | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Tim Page arrived in 1965 Vietnam at the tender age of 20 and began a career as a photojournalist that sent him all over the world, including the same jail cell as Jim Morrison.
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Women on the Front Lines and Behind the Lens

Women on the Front Lines and Behind the Lens | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
While you can’t necessarily identify if an image was captured by a woman or a man, women still tend to be underrepresented in the photography world — and tend to face unique challenges.
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Reza : « L’avenir du journalisme passe par les citoyens-journalistes »

Reza : « L’avenir du journalisme passe par les citoyens-journalistes » | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
« Je viens d'Iran, un pays d'Orient où l'on raconte des histoires. » Reza raconte l’humanité à travers ses clichés. Son arme ? L'appareil photo.
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« Quand il y a une explosion, vous vous allez photographier le mort. Reza, lui, il se retourne et photographie les survivants. (...) Notre travail de photo-journaliste, c’est de créer de l’empathie. Et elle ne se crée pas en allant chercher le plus mauvais. »

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Peter Turnley - French Kiss

Peter Turnley - French Kiss | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Official site of photojournalist Peter Turnley, including a gallery of his well-known work, and information on his photography workshops.
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Another book I am looking forward to...

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Massoud, Warrior for peace (english - français)

Massoud, Warrior for peace (english - français) | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
How can one impart the dreams of a warrior for peace? By launching an interactive book about Massoud, who was dedicated to freedom and peace
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"Support "Massoud, Warrior for peace", my first interactive book on the iconic figure of the Afghan resistance. It's a new way of sending peace messages to the world, but also for afghans.

Designed as a authentic web doc multilanguage and available in all media, this beautiful interactive book will combine photos, videos and animations offering total immersion in the world and the destiny of this great political visionary of the twentieth century.

Please contribute and spread the word : http://www.kisskissbankbank.com/en/projects/massoud-guerrier-de-la-paix-par-reza"


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The forgotten photojournalist killed in action

The forgotten photojournalist killed in action | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
In 1937 Gerda Taro became the first female war photographer to die on the front line, killed at the age of 26.
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Le grand Amour de Bob Capa et celle qui a inventé son personnage.
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Alessandro Zanini's curator insight, December 29, 2013 6:48 AM

In ricordo di Gerda Taro.

Loreto Vargas's curator insight, December 30, 2013 1:28 PM

I did know this Lady until today! A great loss for sure! 

Loreto Vargas's curator insight, December 30, 2013 1:30 PM

Thank you for sharing this information, Marc-André

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Brent Stirton: A Native Son's Ode To Nelson Mandela

Brent Stirton: A Native Son's Ode To Nelson Mandela | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
I am a South African who lives abroad, based in a place far from my own country. They say you carry your land in your heart, but it’s not true—you forget what makes your country unique if you spend...
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Tracking Down Lewis Hine’s Forgotten Child Laborers | LightBox | TIME.com

Tracking Down Lewis Hine’s Forgotten Child Laborers | LightBox | TIME.com | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
In the last ten years, Joe Manning has tracked down the life stories of more than 350 child laborers in Lewis Hine's documentary photography for the National Child Labor Committee.
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Out of Eden Walk

Out of Eden Walk | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek is retracing on foot the global migration of our ancestors in a 21,000-mile, seven-year odyssey that begins in Ethiopia and ends in Tierra del Fuego.
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A great project to follow for everybody interested in travel, history and humanity.

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Momentum Shifts in Congo’s Battle Against Rebels

Momentum Shifts in Congo’s Battle Against Rebels | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Until last summer, rebels had the upper hand in their battle against the Congolese government. But the government, backed by the United Nations, has brought new leadership and vigor to the fight.
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Great piece of photojournalism
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Entretien - Diaporama. Steve McCurry "la vie est plus intéressante que la couleur"

Entretien - Diaporama. Steve McCurry "la vie est plus intéressante que la couleur" | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

Entretien - Diaporama avec Steve McCurry

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"Finalement, je n’ai jamais été si passionné que ça par la couleur.J’aime les couleurs parce que le monde est en couleur. Mais la vie est bien plus intéressante que la couleur. (...) Les gens ont toujours eu la possibilité d’écrire un article, une nouvelle ou un roman. Et depuis l’avènement d’Internet, ils ont désormais la possibilité de publier leur travail. Mais seuls quelques écrivains ont le don de nous émouvoir. En photo, il y a aussi peu de photographes qui ont cette vision ou cet œil si particulier. Une poignée d’entre eux, ceux qui ont un don ou un talent, parvient à susciter de l’émotion." 


- Steve McCurry

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Robert Capa: Finding a Fearless Photographer's Voice

Robert Capa: Finding a Fearless Photographer's Voice | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
In a newly surfaced recording, Mr. Capa describes photographing under Fascist fire and other perils, like hiding in a bathroom to read a New York Times review panning his book.
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"It is the only known recording of Mr. Capa’s voice, and until its discovery earlier this year by Brian Wallis, the chief curator of the International Center of Photography, there was no way to know what Mr. Capa sounded like, unless one knew him 60 years ago."

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«Nous sommes tous des enfants de Capa»

«Nous sommes tous des enfants de Capa» | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Plus rapide, moins rémunéré, davantage concurrentiel et précaire : le métier a évolué, mais la motivation des photoreporters de guerre est restée la même.
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PhotoReporter Festival - 13 Photojournalists Test a New Business Model | LensCulture

PhotoReporter Festival - 13 Photojournalists Test a New Business Model | LensCulture | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
A privately funded festival in France commissioned 13 great photojournalists to create in-depth stories — encouraging long-form storytelling and trying to find a sustainable business model to support it...
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"A community of large and small private businesses all contributed to the cause, with the idea of creating a photojournalism festival that would attract attention to their region, and their businesses, and also give them all an opportunity to work together in collaboration. This is the second year for this model, and it seems to be a success, at least on this small scale of funding 13 important photojournalism projects"

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War Photographers in Afghanistan: The Images That Moved Them Most | LightBox | TIME.com

War Photographers in Afghanistan: The Images That Moved Them Most | LightBox | TIME.com | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
On the 12th anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan, TIME asks 40 renowned photographers to reflect on their harrowing experiences covering the conflict—and to describe which of their own photographs moved them most.
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"We were on a night mission and these American soldiers went door to door pulling men from their beds in front of their screaming children, putting them on the ground in the freezing cold, then marching them off under arrest. Maybe some of the men were insurgents, you almost never know when you're out there. But they were all released the next morning. As we hiked back to base around 5 a.m., the First Sergeant was sort of thinking out loud. 'Boy, we sure didn't make any friends out there tonight,' he said." - Michael Kamber

Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2011/10/07/afghanistan-the-photographs-that-moved-them-most/#ixzz2hBPU9Hem

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Ilakaka, Dangerous Saphirre - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze

Ilakaka, Dangerous Saphirre - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Along RN7, the most visited road, in the south of Madagascar, there is a town where few tourist ever stop except for taking the "Taxi-Brousse" (local transportation).
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This report was done in 2006. Since then, things didn’t improve. After the political turmoil in 2008 and the global economic crash, mining activities went down as many strangers left and mining sites were abandoned. Sexual exploitation of children were still a problem in 2008, as reported in the «Tribune de Madagascar». Gangsterism were reported at the beginning of 2013, as many parts of the town were without electricity for months, due to a private company that offered a «very bad service for high cost», resulting in public protest. In 2011, a man named Philippe Ressigeac emailed me to express his disagreement with my story, stating that he was part of a guiding operator that organized visits in the mines. He also stated that he had not seen children and women working in mines and there was no security problems. Although he admited not having red my report and not having looked at the photo essay, he was saying that the story was false and was giving his business a bad press. When asked for facts about improvement in children labor, poverty and sexual exploitation, he could not answer. I never heard of him again.


A story found in "Humani Afrika | Malgasy Chronicles"

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This report was done in 2006. Since then, things didn’t improve. After the political turmoil in 2008 and the global economic crash, mining activities went down as many strangers left and mining sites were abandonned. Sexual exploitation of children were still a problem in 2008, as reported in the «Tribune de Madagascar». Gangsterism were reported at the beginning of 2013, as many parts of the town were without electricity for months, due to a private company that offered a «very bad service for high cost», resulting in public protest. In 2011, a man named Philippe Ressigeac emailed me to express his disagreement with my story, stating that he was part of a guiding operator that organized visits in the mines. He also stated that he had not seen children and women working in mines and there was no security problems. Although he admited not having red my report and not having looked at the photo essay, he was saying that the story was false and was giving his business a bad press. When asked for facts about improvement in children labor, poverty and sexual exploitation, he could not answer. I never heard of him again.


A story found in "Humani Afrika | Malgasy Chronicles"

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From Syria, On Spec: Wary of Staff in Harm’s Way, Editors Leave War Coverage to $70 Stringers

From Syria, On Spec: Wary of Staff in Harm’s Way, Editors Leave War Coverage to $70 Stringers | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
The new model of relying on freelancers doesn’t take into account the unprecedented dangers in Syria, where journalists are very often targeted from the moment they cross the border. Read More
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Are the media outlet that don't want to send assigned reporters to war and prefer buying from freelancers AFTER they come back, irresponsables and exploitives ?


"Mr. Oghana, 28, has covered war zones (Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine and Afghanistan) for outlets including The New York TimesThe Economist and Time since 2009. But this past year, he began noticing a change.

Rather than committing to assignments as they had in the past, his editors began responding to his pitches by offering to take what he gets when he returns."

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