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  • The Associated Press Hires Its First Woman Director of Photography | PetaPixel

    The Associated Press Hires Its First Woman Director of Photography | PetaPixel

    The Associated Press Hires Its First Woman Director of Photography Pulitzer-winning photojournalist Lucy Nicholson breaks barriers. via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2024/03/01/the-associated-press-hires-its-first-woman-director-of-photography/ The Associated Press (AP), winner of 58 Pulitzer Prizes and one of the world’s most essential and significant news agencies, has named veteran photojournalist Lucy Nicholson its next Director of Photography. Nicholson is the first woman…

  • Caught in the headlight – Thoughts of a Bohemian

    Caught in the headlight – Thoughts of a Bohemian As giants freely plunder their work, the stock photo industry stands by, silently complicit in its own demise. via Thoughts of a Bohemian: https://blog.melchersystem.com/caught-in-the-headlight/ When all is said and done, and the stock photo industry landscape is a complete devastation, some will gather once more and…

  • Oli Kellett: Cross Road Blues – LENSCRATCH

    Oli Kellett: Cross Road Blues – LENSCRATCH

    Oli Kellett: Cross Road Blues – LENSCRATCH “I’m looking for a moment where individuals are dwarfed by what surrounds them, appearing lost but searching for something. They then go on their way, whichever direction that may be.” Oli Kellett‘s Cross Road Blues, has recently been published by Nazraeli press. Cross Road Blues coincides with a…

  • Ed Templeton’s Delirious Skater Chronicle

    Ed Templeton’s Delirious Skater Chronicle

    Ed Templeton’s Delirious Skater Chronicle Part memoir, part document of a punk-infused scene, “Wires Crossed” explores the lives of skateboarders crisscrossing the world. via Aperture: https://aperture.org/editorial/ed-templetons-delirious-skater-chronicle/ The minute I found skateboarding, I was immersed in a world of creative people—even as far back as middle school. Having a skateboard was the ticket into a new…

  • Interview with Peah Guilmoth: The Search for Beauty and Escape – LENSCRATCH

    Interview with Peah Guilmoth: The Search for Beauty and Escape – LENSCRATCH

    Interview with Peah Guilmoth: The Search for Beauty and Escape – LENSCRATCH In her recent work, charting the path of her transition from pre to post-HRT; Peah is looking for beauty, escape, decay and blossoming in her surroundings seen through the guise of family, friends, and the rural landscape she inhabits. Within the harnessing of…

  • Seeing Photography as an African Art Form

    Seeing Photography as an African Art Form

    Seeing Photography as an African Art Form Giulia Paoletti surveys the development of Senegalese photography along with more than a century of shattering historic events. via Hyperallergic: http://hyperallergic.com/871315/seeing-photography-as-an-african-art-form/ Giulia Paoletti surveys the development of Senegalese photography along with more than a century of shattering historic events. https://hyperallergic.com/871315/seeing-photography-as-an-african-art-form/

  • Episode 94: Michelle McLoughlin (Documentary Photography) –

    Episode 94: Michelle McLoughlin (Documentary Photography) –

    Episode 94: Michelle McLoughlin (Documentary Photography) – lle McLoughlin is a photojournalist whose work spans both the editorial and corporate worlds & Event Chair for the 2024 Northern Short Course in Photojournalism via A Photojournalism Podcast for Everyone – A Photojournalism Podcast by Photojournalists for Everyone: https://10fps.net/2024/02/21/episode-94-michelle-mcloughlin-documentary-photography/ 2024 marks McLoughlin’s sixteenth year serving as Event…

  • Gritty Russian Photographer Dmitry Markov Dies Age 42 | PetaPixel

    Gritty Russian Photographer Dmitry Markov Dies Age 42 | PetaPixel

    Gritty Russian Photographer Dmitry Markov Dies Age 42 Markov shot exclusively on iPhone. via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2024/02/20/gritty-russian-photographer-dmitry-markov-dies-age-42/ Dmitry Markov, a Russian photographer who shot exclusively on smartphones and was known for capturing provincial areas around Moscow, has died at age 42. https://petapixel.com/2024/02/20/gritty-russian-photographer-dmitry-markov-dies-age-42/

  • The Zebu War – The Leica camera Blog

    The Zebu War While working on his reportage about zebu rustling in Madagascar, photographer Rijasolo dared set foot in regions that normally remain hidden to the general public.

  • Focus on Aging: Beate Sass: I Belong to You and You to Me – LENSCRATCH

    Focus on Aging: Beate Sass: I Belong to You and You to Me – LENSCRATCH

    Focus on Aging: Beate Sass: I Belong to You and You to Me – LENSCRATCH Introduction to Aging Series I met Aline Smithson at a portfolio review in the fall of 2023 when I showed her my project about my father. When Aline generously offered me the opportunity to curate a collection of four other…

  • Episode 35: A. D. Coleman (Historical Photography)

    Episode 35: A. D. Coleman (Historical Photography)

    Episode 35: A. D. Coleman (Historical Photography) A. D. Coleman and the Robert Capa D-Day Project exploring the history, legacy and questions about the photographs of Robert Capa at Normandy in 1944. via A Photojournalism Podcast for Everyone – A Photojournalism Podcast by Photojournalists for Everyone: https://10fps.net/2024/02/08/episode-35-a-d-coleman-historical-photography/ Today we chat with A. D. Coleman, photography…

  • Awaiting the Rain – The Leica camera Blog

    Awaiting the Rain The selection process has been a long one. Over the years your photography changes the way you see things. That applies to editing as well. You may go through your contact sheets and be drawn to an image you took 20 years ago that wouldn’t have perked your interest back then. There…

  • Sage Sohier: Passing Time – LENSCRATCH

    Sage Sohier: Passing Time – LENSCRATCH

    Sage Sohier: Passing Time – LENSCRATCH Many artists spent the pandemic revisiting family archives, digging into familial legacies in boxes covered in dusty attics, but other artists finally found the time to revisit their own archives. The indefatigable Sage Sohier is one of those artists, who has a long legacy of documenting the human (and…

  • photo-eye | BLOG: Book of the Week: Selected by Blake Andrews

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    Book of the Week: Selected by Blake Andrews Book Review Mirror City Photographs by Harry Culy Reviewed by Blake Andrews “For photographers shooting hometowns, acquaintance is a … Link: https://blog.photoeye.com/2024/01/book-of-week-selected-by-blake-andrews_29.html Harry Culy’s debut photobook puts this hypothesis to the test. Mirror City collects Culy’s b/w photographs shot upon his return to Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington), after…

  • Allison McCauley: Anywhere But Here – LENSCRATCH

    Allison McCauley: Anywhere But Here – LENSCRATCH

    Alison McCauley: Anywhere But Here – LENSCRATCH This week we feature projects that explore the psychological landscape. There are always fears and inhibitions that we as people carry with us throughout our lives. Some are small and others are large, but there are nagging thoughts that stick out in our minds and mold our perception.…

  • photo-eye | BLOG: photo-eye Conversations with David Emitt Adams and Jamey Stillings

    photo-eye | BLOG: photo-eye Conversations with David Emitt Adams and Jamey Stillings

    photo-eye Conversations with David Emitt Adams and Jamey Stillings photo-eye Gallery photo-eye Conversations with David Emitt Adams and Jamey Stillings photo-eye Gallery In honor of the cl… Link: https://blog.photoeye.com/2024/02/photo-eye-conversations-with-david.html In honor of the closing of Reshaping the Earth: Energy and the Environment, an exhibition featuring photographs by Jamey Stillings and David Emitt Adams, we are pleased to share a…

  • Ian Howorth: A Country Kind of Silence – LENSCRATCH

    Ian Howorth: A Country Kind of Silence – LENSCRATCH

    Ian Howorth: A Country Kind of Silence – LENSCRATCH This week we feature projects that explore the psychological landscape. Sometimes the psychological landscape is something that is formulated in the artist’s mind from an early age. Adolescence and the struggles we all feel to fit in can be a driving factor in how we engage…

  • Hal Buell, who led AP’s photo operations from darkroom era into the digital age, dies at 92

    https://www.myjournalcourier.com/entertainment/article/hal-buell-who-led-ap-s-photo-operations-from-18638531.php Colleagues described Buell as a visionary who encouraged photographers to try new ways of covering hard news. As the editor in charge of AP’s photo operations from the late 1960s to the 1990s, he supervised a staff that won a dozen Pulitzers on his watch and he worked in 33 countries, with legendary AP…

  • As Wars Rage in the Middle East, Anti-war Photographer Don McCullin Discusses “How Futile Violence Is” | Vanity Fair

    As Wars Rage in the Middle East, Anti-war Photographer Don McCullin Discusses “How Futile Violence Is” | Vanity Fair

    As Wars Rage in the Middle East, Anti-war Photographer Don McCullin Discusses “How Futile Violence Is” The dean of conflict photography assesses the power of images—and his fellow image makers. via Vanity Fair: https://www.vanityfair.com/news/don-mccullin-on-war Recently, photojournalist Mark Edward Harris sat down with McCullin to discuss his oeuvre, their fellow photographers, and conflicts past and present.…

  • Bryan Schutmaat: Country Roads – LENSCRATCH

    Bryan Schutmaat: Country Roads – LENSCRATCH

    Bryan Schutmaat: Country Roads – LENSCRATCH This week we feature projects that explore the psychological landscape. Encompassed within the psychological landscape is an intense look at the land itself and the expressive qualities that our surroundings can offer us. In photography, there has been a long history of image makers going out into the world…