French newspaper Libération is about to score huge brownie points with photographers the world over. At a time when newspaper photography jobs are disappea
I have collected 3 articles about the elminiation of Photojournalism in the news industry. To some, these articles may not be related to my topics. However, photojournalism is an important genre or element of photography. Hence, I think it's important to follow the issue.
This latest article clearly shows a big contrast of the French and the US newspaper industry's take on Photojournalism! I don't believe a person without any trainings in journalism, sensitive of the news, and photography skills can replace the photojournalists.
Daido Moriyama first came to prominence in the mid-1960s with his gritty depictions of Japanese urban life.
The art of photography is not about photos. Rather it's more about the photographers. How photographers perceive the world, life, and even themselves. Moriyama is a 73 years old photogrpahers. The interview let us understand how he percieve the world, how he see photography, what drives him keep walking on the city street and taking photos, does age affect his work? I think more interviews of this kind should be included here.
North Korea has long been one of the world’s most isolated places, but Associated Press photographer David Guttenfelder has been visiting the country regularly since 2008 and helped establish an AP bureau in Pyongyang in 2012.
I really like how the photographer captured the eyes of people in his photos.
Ice and cold, endless winters, white as far as the eye can see, and all the while, quiet and hardly any sun. These are some of the first physical descriptions one can make of Mikko Lagerstedt’s images of the lands around his home of Finland.
Conversations is an ongoing series where photographers, editors, and curators talk about concepts in photography as well as recent projects. Today, we bring together two of the forces behind the ne...
This interviews touched on several aspects of photography and photojournalists. Although each aspect is brief, it still stimulates my thoughts. While I cannot go to see the exhibition, the photos in the page did give me a glimpse to it. More importantly, there's a detailed background info of the photo. Worthwhile reading it.
Zaida John walked for 30 days from Gabanit. She is in her 20s. 30,000 men, women and children from Sudan's Blue Nile State sought an end to nine months of terror and trauma when they crossed the border into neighboring South Sudan.
http://www.shannon-jensen.com/#/0/ You might want to check out the photographer, Shannon Jensen's website. There are 9 projects that she did in Africa. Documenting ppl's life there.
If you like street photography, you’ve probably heard of Thomas Leuthard. He lives in Switzerland and, although he hasn’t been on the street photography scene for very long, he’s made quite a name for himself in the community worldwide.
British photographer Alison Gibson has a knack for making images appear self-fulfilled. The emotional yet highly restrained moments look weightless and unburdened, seemingly caught in their natural state, as if taken by the ether.
Good to know how photographers create the mood by considering every aspect, times, direction of the light.
Simon Burgess is a talented photographer based in the Hampshire Village of Nether Wallop. After a recent dose of inspiration, he took to his favorite London markets for a unique project.
The description doesn't talk much about the street photos, or the London East End Mkt setting. I do like how the pedestrians, street muscians are captured in these photos, especially the facial expression on their faces, eyes, etc.
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