A Kabul court announced Wednesday that the Afghan police officer charged with killing Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wounding veteran AP correspondent Kathy Gannon has been convicted and sentenced to death.
My career is focused on cinematography, yet I’ve longed to own a new camera that can efficiently shoot a good digital picture, but still remind of my roots as a street photographer and photojournalist without making me feel like I’m “on the job.”
Amy Toensing traveled to Osage, Iowa, to photograph people who are classified as “food insecure”—meaning they need assistance, either from government programs and/or food banks to get the food they need. Toensing talks about some of her experiences in the featured video and the conversation below.
With all the debate these (violent) days about the publication of graphic photos, I think at least two points should be made.
Designed to work in harsh environments they repel dust and should require less cleaning than regular filters. In addition these filters have a top-layer that is water repellent and easy to clean.
Enter: Louie Palu. By Louie’s count, he’s had seven tours of duty…in Afghanistan alone. He estimates his combat time has been about 18 months over the last 5 years with 3 to 6 month embeds not being uncommon. And in between those embeds, he’s covered wars of a different kind like prisoners at Guantanamo Bay or the violence caused by drug cartels in Mexico
we’ve compiled our 8 favorite personal projects from photographers, brands, designers, and of course, dogs. If these don’t get your creative juices flowing, we don’t know what will