Link: News Shooter | Newsshooter interview: The state of online news video with Duy Linh Tu of Columbia J-School
US Newspapers and other online publications are currently in the midst of another wave of investment in video. But does this all makes sense? are they making any money from video? how large are the teams working on these videos? how do you define news video? and why the emphasis by many on the longer form?
Link: #ILovePhoto Chat – March 21, 2014
This week Allen and I cover a lot of ground regarding drones – excuse us - quadcopters, as well as AP’s most recent concerns about their photographers lack of access to the Obama administration. Links are below so you can follow along.
Link: Through A Lens Darkly: History and African American Photography – LightBox
Through A Lens Darkly, an extraordinary new documentary by filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris, is at-once a deep, rich dive into the history of African American photography and — transcending the subject at hand — a master class in visual literacy
Link: Juxtapoz Magazine – video: Garry Winogrand in action
Shot in the ‘70s, this video follows Winnogrand around Venice Beach as he takes photos and discuses his approach to photography
Link: Photo Tips # 2: NatGeo Editor Speaks | burn magazine
Check this out. No way you won’t get something out of this short preview of a longer conversation with Susan Welchman, a Photo Editor at NatGeo. This is a one time chat like I never had before with a colleague with whom I have collaborated on at least 10 major essays at NatGeoMagazine.
Link: PDNPulse » PDN Video: A Photographer’s Guide to the First Amendment and Dealing with Police Intimidation
Link: Lost Generation: Directors Give Voice to Syrian Refugees | – LightBox
More than two decades after photojournalist Ed Kashi documented Kurdish refugees streaming back from Iran and Turkey to their fractured homeland, he returned to the same patch of land to witness the impact of Syria’s unending civil war on what is being called a Lost Generation.
Link: William Albert Allard on the Passion From Within | PROOF
William Albert Allard claims he isn’t your typical National Geographic photographer. He avoids dangerous situations and diseases and is largely a photographer of people
Link: Worth a Look: Adam Magyar’s Stainless | dvafoto
Photographer Adam Magyar, whose slit-camera photographs Scott wrote about in 2009, has a new project called Stainless. It is composed of both massive prints of subway cars and subway riders and innovative slow-motion videos of subway platforms as trains arrive at stations around the world. It is captivating work. And involved a tremendous amount of ingenuity and invention by Magyar to make it possible.
Link: Pulitzer-Prize winning photojournalist Carol Guzy reflects on her illustrious career – Global Journalist Radio
For over two decades photojournalist Carol Guzy has traveled the world, capturing breathtaking images of sorrow and joy, destruction and rebirth.