Link: Tyler Hicks Tells The Story Behind His Pulitzer-Winning Nairobi Mall Photos : The Picture Show : NPR
“It’s very rare to have access to people in chaotic scenes like this,” Hicks tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross. “You take someone’s picture, it’s this amazing scene and then you never find out what happened to them. … I called her and we had a Skype video talk and it was incredible. She showed me her children, a 2-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl, and told me the whole story: how they laid there for five hours. … They could smell the smoke from the gunpowder and she told me how they got through this.”
Link: Alexander Gronsky – Pastoral: Moscow Suburbs | LensCulture
In his photographic project Pastoral, Alexander Gronsky portrays the outskirts of Moscow. Here, he finds places where humanity tries to find a refuge far from the city, only to collide with the endless nature of urban expansion.
Link: Robert Capa: Finding a Fearless Photographer’s Voice – NYTimes.com
The studio recording of the “Hi! Jinx” NBC radio interview was with the husband-and-wife talk show hosts Jinx Falkenburg and Tex McCrary. Apparently, Mr. Capa knew them both. Mr. McCrary was a journalist and, as a former Army Air Corps colonel, led the first journalists into the ruins of Hiroshima.
Link: Worth a listen: the LPV Show podcast | dvafoto
LPV has started a podcast featuring interviews with photographers, and it’s definitely worth a listen
Link: The LPV Show – Episode 6: A Conversation With Mikael Kennedy | LPV Magazine
Each time I’ve met up with Mikael it’s been memorable. I have a small collection of his books sitting next to my desk and I always pick them up when I need a change of pace. His photographs take me on the road and slow life down. It’s a good place to visit, especially living in New York. In these episode we discussed the road, shooting Polaroids, Tumblr and Mike Brodie.
Link: Wisconsin News Photographers Association
In a one-hour interview (well worth listening to) with Gregory Berg on the WGTD-FM Morning Show, Hertzberg recalled a lifetime of photojournalism.