Martine Franck has passed away. The news is all the more horrible because it was expected. Martine had been ill for a long while, but with her extraordinary reserve and exceptional elegance, she did not want it to be known.
His photograph of a mother cradling her son during the protests against the Yemeni government won the 2012 award. We catch up with him at home in Barcelona to talk about his award, his photography and playing Playstation in a war zone.
The Contents of an Olympics Photographer's Bag by Gizmodo UK. If you've ever wondered what it might be like to be a photographer at a major sporting event, Pop Photo has the next best thing: an in-depth interview with .
The Samsung Galaxy Camera sports a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, a 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD touchscreen and a 21x optical zoom, and offers 3G, 4G and Wifi connectivity. But its most defining feature is its operating system. The camera runs Android's latest operating system, dubbed Jelly Bean (Android 4.1).
In support of next year's edition of the London Festival of Photography, Dr Michael Pritchard of the Royal Photographic Society will be leading an auction of artists' prints.
"Many of the festival's contributing photographers have donated prints so you will have the chance to own the best of the festival," say the organisers. "Lively entertainment, refreshments and opportunities for mingling and prize-winning will ensure the evening is a night to remember. All proceeds will go towards ensuring the festival is back in 2013."
The London Organising Committee has refused to clarify photography rules ahead of the Games, claiming it would be "impractical" to publish a list of cameras and lenses authorised within Olympic venues.
Discover the fascinating world of birds through art and photography in our brand new annual publication.
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