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Humani Afrika | Malagasy Chronicles – The eBook

Humani Afrika | Malagasy Chronicles – The eBook | Documentary photography | Scoop.it



 
The eBook Humani Afrika | Malagasy Chronicles is finally rea

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I published in 2011, a first book, in french, from his experiences in Africa. For the release of the English version, “The Hunani Afrika Project” become a global concept at the center of a collection of books whose first publication is “Humani Afrika| Malagasy Chronicles” (the book has been translated by a professional), published first as an eBook of 110 pages with stories and a load of photograph, many never published. At the same time, the French version will be revised with many more pictures, for simultaneous publication.

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Mauritania, the Most Amazing Place You'll Probably Never Visit

Mauritania, the Most Amazing Place You'll Probably Never Visit | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
There is a high threat from terrorism, including kidnapping. Attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places frequented by foreigners. If you do decide to travel to Mauritania, you should exer...
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Another blog post from Mitchell Kanashkevich on his journey through Africa.

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All the Blog post from "The Mystery Journey"

All the Blog post from "The Mystery Journey" | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

For a few weeks, I have been wandering without giving any indication of the location where I was. Here's a few stories and photographs but no description of where I was. Together we will surely find something, meet men, women and places that may have something to tell us.

“I’m hungry for slowness and silence. To stop for kohl-lined eyes, a woman’s calf who reveals itself, a misty plain drowned by dreams. To eat a piece of bread and cheese, ass in the grass, nose to the wind. (…) Enough to see civilizations boxed and culture in greenhouse. My museum, are the roads, the men that take them, village squares, and soup, sitting with strangers.”

                                           - Bernard Ollivier, La Longue Marche.

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David Dare Parker Talks Shooting In a War Zone | VICE

David Dare Parker Talks Shooting In a War Zone | VICE | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
David Date Parker has made a name for himself photographing some of the most dangerous places on Earth. The Perth native has travelled through the Gaza Strip, the West Bank, Iraq and the multitude of
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Daily Maverick - Africa’s photojournalists: The wars are not over

Daily Maverick - Africa’s photojournalists: The wars are not over | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
(...) Yet when conflict photographers gather in hotspots to rekindle camaraderies in dimly-lit hotels to the accompaniment of throbbing generators, few Africans are among them. The glaring exception is South Africans. With all the conflicts in Africa, one would expect more than the few war photographers who have emerged....
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"Uniquely, the Eritreans decided to document their liberation – they wanted to be in a position to write their own history, and not have their epic struggle distorted by the outside world’s capricious attention span."
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Henri Cartier-Bresson: Living and Looking

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Living and Looking | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
In an intimate 1971 interview, Henri Cartier-Bresson spoke of surrealism, photojournalism and the loss of his friends Robert Capa and David “Chim” Seymour.
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"Journalism is a way of noting — well, some journalists are wonderful writers and others are just putting facts one after the other. And facts are not interesting. It’s a point of view on facts which is important, and in photography it is the evocation." - Henri Cartier-Bresson
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Una rara intervista di HCB, rilasciata nel 1971. 

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As Maitre I use only focal one fixed one 35mn / f2 digital technology for all my photos of street, it is the equivalent of one 50mn argentic. I pursue on this way that he(it) drew, not to copy him(it). But to photograph humbly with my sensibility. A sense(direction) of the observation sharpened is needed to stage the street.... Because every photo has to tell a story, and not serve the technique.

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Social Documentary Network

Social Documentary Network | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
With the ever growing opportunities to share work on the web, the distribution of photographs has become ubiquitous. Communities interested in photography keep growing and continue to be fed by a seemingly infinite amount of  images and ideas.
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Interview with Documentary Photographer GMB Akash - 121Clicks.com

Interview with Documentary Photographer GMB Akash - 121Clicks.com | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Few Words on You and Photography? To underline our lives, our awareness, I persist to treasure and poke the ?spinal chord? of the world, by transforming
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Intervista al fotografo bengalese GMB Akash. 

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W. Eugene Smith’s ‘Country Doctor’: Revisiting a Landmark Photo Essay | LIFE | TIME.com

W. Eugene Smith’s ‘Country Doctor’: Revisiting a Landmark Photo Essay | LIFE | TIME.com | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
In 1948, LIFE photographer W. Eugene Smith spent three weeks chronicling the life and work of a small-town doctor in Colorado -- and crafted, from that humble idea, one of the 20th century's greatest photojournalism triumphs.
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No More Time to Waste.

No More Time to Waste. | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

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Daily chronicle and pictures of the landscape around Kangiqsualujjuaq


"I went on a walk without any other goal than observing and exploring, as I often do. I stumbled upon this little Inuk, who coudn't wait any longer to make sand castle. A few feet away, the sea ice was still covering part of the bay, although it was shattered and flowing slowly to the Ungava."

Visit the blog to see all the pictures.
http://waseyaimages.net/2013/05/no-more-time-to-waste
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must-read: "photojournalists on war: untold stories from iraq" - NOOR

must-read: "photojournalists on war: untold stories from iraq" - NOOR | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
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Don McCullin

Don McCullin | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Voice Spring Summer 2013
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"The last 50 years of my life have been a complete waste. What have I done? Taking pictures of war? When you are looking at a person badly hit, you are the last person he wants to see. He wants to see the medical team rushing on him, not you. (...) Memory come anytime, uninvited and unexpectedly. (...) It's a luck I had a family and children to care for. It kept the balance. "

Don McCullin talks about war, and he knows what he's talking about. He have seen most of them in the last 50 years.

Very touching to hear this great humanist.

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Mustang, the ‘Lost Kingdom of Tibet’ [pics]

Mustang, the ‘Lost Kingdom of Tibet’ [pics] | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
It's one of few places on Earth where you feel like you're in the middle of nowhere.
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"SITUATED WITHIN the world’s highest mountain range and just south of the Tibet Autonomous Region, Mustang is one of the last places in the world where traditional Tibetan culture remains intact. However, due to China’s ever-increasing presence in the region, and their building of a road connecting Lower Mustang to the walled city of Lo Manthang, near the Tibetan border, this status is under threat."

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Reza: "L'âge d'or du photojournalisme ne fait que commencer"

Reza: "L'âge d'or du photojournalisme ne fait que commencer" | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Avec l'avènement du téléphone-appareil photo et des réseaux sociaux de partage d'images, l'avenir du photojournalisme semble fragilisé.
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"Nous savons désormais que le fait que tout le monde ait son bic dans la poche n'a pas multiplié les Victor Hugo ou Balzac. 

 

C'est pareil pour les appareils photos d'aujourd'hui. Tout le monde peut appuyer sur un bouton et capter ce qu'il se passe, cela n'en fait pas plus de grands photographes ni de belles photos. Ce n'est pas l'outil qui fait l'artisan."

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Une si pesante image

Une si pesante image | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Ce que l'on croit voir... 6/6. Cette photo de Kevin Carter a fait le tour du monde. Elle a valu à son auteur de vives critiques et un Pulitzer en 1994. Trois mois après son prix, le photographe s'est suicidé.
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Shooting the messenger

An image taken by Kevin Carter. He said that the child was in a refugee camp. The novelty of this article is the investigation to prove that he survived.

 

The well thinking Western society was upset of the work of photographer (to exonerate) instead of taking offense to politicians who let a situation fester. This famine was primarily political, not environmental.

 

But Carter, a man weakened by the atrocities he witnessed (probably fragile to begin with) has committed suicide a few months later.


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Earthquake in Gansu province, China

Earthquake in Gansu province, China | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
A 6.6 magnitude earthquake hit the city of Dingxi in China's Gansu province on Monday, killing at least 94 people and injuring as many as 1,000.
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Documentary Work by Israel based Artist.

Documentary Work by Israel based Artist. | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

This series of photographs are taken during my first visit to Jisr az-Zarqa, Jisr az-Zarqa - the Arab town in Israel that is located almost in the middle of the country. I visited this small town with the group of other Israel's photographers with idea to document the life of the people of this town I have a lot of images to continue this album, just ste by step - frame by frame. Black and white photography, street photography, street life.

 Photographer Victor Bezrukov, Israel

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America in Pictures: the Story of Life Magazine.

BBC Four Documentary. Rankin celebrates the work of Life magazine's legendary photographers, who shot the big moments in American history - from the assassination…
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An inuit elder's campsite. - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze

An inuit elder's campsite. - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

Last Saturday, I went to visit Selima and Minnie, at their traditional campsite. Once there, it didn’t take long I receive an invitation to come in the tent to have some lunch (arctic char, banik and tea)(...)"

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Spend some time with two elder women in their traditional tent and living the inuit way of life with them.

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Visa pour l'Image: Jean-François Leroy on social media, the future of photojournalism and the need for greater cooperation (2/2) - British Journal of Photography

Visa pour l'Image: Jean-François Leroy on social media, the future of photojournalism and the need for greater cooperation (2/2) - British Journal of Photography | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
"there will always be photographers. Strangely enough, more and more are coming back to film. The pendulum is swinging back. There are photographers such as Eric Bouvet who has dropped his digital gear and gone back to a Graphiflex view camera with lenses dating from the Second World War. There are people like Philip Blenkinsop and Stanley Greene who refuse certain commissions because they want to be able to keep on working with celluloid, at their own pace. There are people who are not interested in instant news."
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RENAN OZTURK // CINEMATOGRAPHER + DIRECTOR // REEL 2013

Camp4 Partner Renan Ozturk // Director of Photography Reel // Early 2013 shots used represent projects including: // 'Into the Mind' Expedition, Khumbu Himalaya…
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Come to meet a great adventure cinematographer. A pleasure to the eye and spirit.

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Come to meet a great adventure cinematographer. A pleasure to the eye and spirit.

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Aboriginal Australians

Aboriginal Australians | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Aboriginals had the continent to themselves for 50,000 years. Today they make up less than 3 percent of the population, and their traditional lifestyle is disappearing. Almost. In the homelands the ancient ways live on.
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Canon Professional Network - Salgado's Genesis project

Canon Professional Network - Salgado's Genesis project | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
His name, a brand in itself, is on every list of the world’s most influential photographers.
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"Sebastião Salgado has been a towering figure in the world of ‘concerned photography’ for 40 years, and now Genesis, his last and arguably most ambitious body of work has been released to the world. The mammoth eight-year long project, photographed in 32 countries, is being exhibited at the Natural History Museum in London, England, until September 2013 and will open in Toronto, Rome and Rio de Janeiro in May 2013, with 30 museum shows planned in the coming years. In an exclusive interview, the legendary Brazilian photographer spoke to CPN writer Mike Stanton about what inspired him to take on such a huge endeavour."


Here you can have information on the North American Premiere of the exhibition, in Toronto.


His website

His talk at TED's

Find the book Genesis here.

Find out about the collector’s edition book Genesis here.

View Salgado’s talk The Photographer As Activist here.

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Support in-depth documentary storytelling

Support in-depth documentary storytelling | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
At emphas.is we have produced 50+ stories by 60 journalists in 60 countries by putting the people who want to tell a story in touch with the people who want them.
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Le journalisme en profondeur nous permet de donner un sens au monde. Pourtant, il s'en produit de moins en moins par les médias traditionnels. Jetez un oeil et appuyez Emphas.is qui a produit plus de 50 projets depuis son lancement en 2011.

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In-depth journalism helps us make sense of the world. Yet, less and less of it is produced everyday.

The effects of a decade of newsroom cutbacks are real - and the public is taking notice. According to the 2013 Pew's Project for Excellence in Journalism, one in three adults in the US have abandoned their preferred media outlet "because it no longer provided them with the news they were accustomed to getting."

In a survey done by emphas.is in collaboration with the University of Amsterdam, 78.4% said original stories don’t get published anymore, and most media copy what they find in other media. As a consequence a tide of journalists with important stories to tell, are stranded without a voice.

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Benoit Gysembergh: When The Shutter Snaps | Le Journal de la Photographie

Benoit Gysembergh: When The Shutter Snaps | Le Journal de la Photographie | Documentary photography | Scoop.it

« Je viens d’avoir vingt ans. Je suis simple pigiste à Gamma. L’agence développe mes films, fait les tirages, et me verse cinquante pour cent des ventes. A moi de trouver les idées et de payer les frais. Le Vietnam trop loin, trop cher. Les billets d’avion à prix charter sont encore rares."

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"La préface de ton livre, dont on lit ci-dessous des extraits, parle d’une conception de la photographie qui est une vraie leçon de journalisme."

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