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Vietnam War Photos That Made a Difference

Vietnam War Photos That Made a Difference | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Richard Pyle, the last surviving Saigon bureau chief for The Associated Press during the Vietnam War, recounts how the wire service marshaled the talents of a legendary corps of photographers in pursuit of the truth.
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Filling the Water Truck

Filling the Water Truck | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Filling the water truck | Up North, the temperature is too cold and it would be too expensive to have a municipality water system underground. So every day, the water truck brings the water supply to each house.
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By clicking on the picture, you have access to a link presenting the Documentary Project: "Northern Edge"

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Photographer Proves Strangers are Friends You Haven't Met Yet | Watch Now

Photographer Proves Strangers are Friends You Haven't Met Yet | Watch Now | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
2 minutes | What a beautiful, inspiring story.
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Natural Humanity ! A photographer take two strangers and ask them to pose for the camera as if they were intimate. Just Wow!

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Under Fire; A Photographer at War.

Under Fire;  A Photographer at War. | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
This documentary follows Photographer Chris Rainier on his travels in Iraq. Although it was cut for the National Geographic Channel it never aired. It has been…
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5- The Hunt - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze

5- The Hunt - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Traditionally the Inuit supported themselves by hunting fish, sea mammals and land animals for food, heat, light, clothing, tools and shelter. They hunted mainly seal and caribou, but also whales, walrus, polar bear, musk ox, fox and wolf.
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For a global view of the hunting, fishing and country food harvesting in Inuit traditions and their adaptations to modern realities. This gallery, as well as the others in the project, will be updated as it progress.

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25 Years of Visa Pour l’Image: A Tribute to Jean-François Leroy | LightBox | TIME.com

25 Years of Visa Pour l’Image: A Tribute to Jean-François Leroy | LightBox | TIME.com | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Visa Pour l'Image, the festival of photojournalism held each fall in Perpignan, France.
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Holi

The world is fascinating. People and cultures inspire us. Sadly, the fast paced lifestyles of our generation result in many not taking the necessary step back to…
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"Next time you notice something that strikes you as interesting, stop for a second, start powering on your camera, think about why it's unique, and snap the shot before you miss it. Life is extraordinary. Embrace it."

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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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Alessandro Zanini's curator insight, June 20, 2013 10:41 AM

Una rara intervista di HCB, rilasciata nel 1971. 

BRONDOLO JAMES's curator insight, June 22, 2013 6:51 AM

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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The Day After The Hunt

The Day After The Hunt | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
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Postcards
On this september morning, a cariboo skin is hanging from the shed while the first snow had fallen on the tundra, during the night.
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A serie of postcards taken the morning after an Inuit hunt. Hoover your cursor over the first picture to have more information on the "Northern Edge Project".


All blog posts are bilingual / Tous les billets sont bilingues

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You are welcome Penelope !
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Prime Minister Marois in Kangiqsualujjuaq - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze

Prime Minister Marois in Kangiqsualujjuaq - Images | Marc-Andre Pauze | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Quebec Prime Minister Pauline Marois was visiting the Inuit village of Kangiqsualujjuaq, in Nunavik (northern part of Quebec) and took part in a sharing feast after the official opening of the Kuururjuaq National Park, the second largest national...
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A Photo gallery of this Inuit feast in presence of Prime Minister, Pauline Marois.

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BBC Radio 3 - The Essay, Portraits of Capa, John D McHugh

BBC Radio 3 - The Essay, Portraits of Capa, John D McHugh | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
John D McHugh reflects on the role of empathy and friendship in Robert Capa's work.
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"If your pictures are not good is that you were not close enough " For John D McHugh, famously said of Robert Capa would say. If your pictures are not good is that there is not sufficient privacy, you do not know your subject well enough, you have not shared their pain and their suffering. Place of empathy and friendship in the work of Robert Capa, whose it is the 100th birthday this year. A series of five essays on BBC Radio.

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Max

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My friend Max

Five years ago this week, I was invited to do an exhibition in Les Rencontres de la Photo de Chabeuil, in France. Diane, my project coordinator and me were mo

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30 Years, 20 Passports: Untold Stories of Steve McCurry’s Photographic Life | LightBox | TIME.com

30 Years, 20 Passports: Untold Stories of Steve McCurry’s Photographic Life | LightBox | TIME.com | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
The Magnum photographer's latest book spans 30 years of his career as one of the world's most celebrated photojournalists.
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This book to be published in september is on my list for sure.

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Survival Tips for The Aspiring Conflict Photographer

Survival Tips for The Aspiring Conflict Photographer | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
Daily discussion of photography business issues & photography websites. Marketing and sales tips for smart photographers, plus a dose of inspiration from the PhotoShelter team.
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Intervista a J. P. Howe sul blog di Photoshelter. 

 

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Leica Cameras Have Eye-Popping Prices, With Photos to Match

Leica Cameras Have Eye-Popping Prices, With Photos to Match | Documentary photography | Scoop.it
A complete digital setup from the German company can cost $20,000, but serious photographers find it worth the price.
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"Ridiculous? Perhaps. But the hard-core photographers who own a Leica swear by its craftsmanship, lens quality and lack of bells and whistles even as they acknowledge that their beloved camera gear is, well, not for everyone."


Yes you must have skills and knowledge of photography to play (and have fun) with it.

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If photographers can afford it, it is a very good investment! Good luck! And Viva Leica!

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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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