In late May, photographs from a remote Indian village of two teenage cousins hanged from a mango tree spread rapidly and widely online, focusing the world’s attention on the problem of gang rape in India.
Some accused Ms. Kenneally of exploiting her subjects. “Is the photographer implying that poor people are too stupid to make intelligent choices?” asked one commenter.
In this live webinar we chatted with Pei about her Instagram marketing techniques and tactics, how social media apps like Instagram are changing the photo industry, her experience gaining clients through the app, what to expect while trying to build an audience, and more.
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.