The Daily Northwestern Apologizes to Student Protesters for Reporting – The New York Times Editors at the campus newspaper spurred a backlash from professional journalists after they apologized for how they covered protests at a speech by Jeff Sessions.
New Guide! The 2020 Photographer’s Guide to Photo Contests – PhotoShelter Blog For the 7th year running, we’ve partnered with the World Photography Organisation to bring you The Photographer’s Guide to Photo Contests, one of our biggest guides of the year.
Copyright Troll Richard Liebowitz May Have Cost His Client A Ton Of Money, And Set An Expensive Precedent For Copyright Trolls | Techdirt Translated: If Mango/Liebowitz’s final judgment is less favorable than the ~$1,000 Democracy Now! offered under Rule 68, then Mango is on the hook for all of Democracy Now’s legal fees incurred after […]
Leica Hall of Fame – The Leica camera Blog Congratulations to Walter Vogel: the Düsseldorf photographer is being inducted into the Leica Hall of Fame
In the Pacific Northwest, Shifting Landscapes and Mythologies Against the backdrop of the US presidential election, a photographer documents growing cultural tensions in the Pacific Northwest’s rural communities.
Juxtapoz Magazine – Kensuke Koike: Nothing Added, Nothing Removed Whether Kensuke Koike is tearing an image to pieces, or neatly shredding it into tiny ribbons, there is precision in his method. The mad scientist, a Dr. Frankenstein carefully dissecting and reassembling the bodies of the dead, he creates new life from neglected images. Seeing bounty […]
Bruce Gilden’s Gritty Vision of a Lost New York | The New Yorker Street photography has always been a predatory enterprise. Traditionally, the intrepid photographer sets out on the streets as if on safari, picking off prey with a camera unobtrusive enough to not raise the hackles of the local wildlife. (The 35-mm. Leica, introduced, […]
What Is Objectivity in Photojournalism? – Artsy The code of ethics outlined by the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) instructs photojournalists to “recognize and work to avoid presenting one’s own biases in the work” and to “resist being manipulated by staged photo opportunities.” But in today’s social media–oriented political landscape, where entire personalities are staged, […]
Constable: With 6,000 photos on slide film, old-school Des Plaines photographer masters time “That doesn’t seem like it’s fair,” says Jim Stube, an 85-year-old retired airline pilot and amateur photographer. Stube has every one of the 6,000 images he has photographed on slide film during his life. Piles of transparencies framed in their distinctive white […]
Photography as We Know is Changing, and it’s Your Job to Change with It Patrick Hall from Fstoppers and Pye Jirsa from SLR Lounge recently sat down for an in-depth conversation about how photography is changing in 2019. In a fascinating and insightful discussion that lasts almost 45 minutes, they ultimately try to tackle one […]
Announcing the Winners of the 2019 PhotoBook Awards Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation are pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 edition of the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards, celebrating the photobook’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography. “At Paris Photo, the photobook is thriving, and in the eight years that we have […]
Turjoy Chowdhury – Genocide ’71- A Memory Map « burn magazine Though still unrecognised internationally as genocide, many researchers have studied and different studies have mentioned different numbers of people killed in 1971 by the Pakistani Military with their collaborators. The government of Bangladesh puts the number at 3 million. 200,000 to 400,000 women were […]
Getty Images is Going All Royalty Free, and That Sucks for Photographers Getty Images has announced that it will be transitioning all of its creative stock photography offerings to a Royalty Free licensing model and ditching Rights Managed licensing entirely—a move that will be more convenient for customers, but worse for photographers.
Take More Photos, Spend Less Money Photography can be an expensive pursuit, and the cost of things (and the pressure to buy them all, buy them new, and buy them now) can get in the way of putting that money in better places.
What is a Feminist Photobook? Carmen Winant, the guest editor of the latest issue of The PhotoBook Review, is an alchemist when it comes to books—her practice as an artist is one of creation and transformation, an Ouroborus in which printed material is both created and destroyed. In the following conversation, I am joined by my […]
R.I.P. Rights-Managed – Thoughts of a Bohemian Just a day after Shutterstock revealed declining profits, a Getty Images email sent to its contributors worldwide made its way to social media and public forum. In it, Getty explains that it will soon transform all remaining rights-managed images into Royalty-Free and cease accepting new ones. “”We have […]
Adobe Wants to Help Authenticate Your Photos. What Should Photographers Think? – PhotoShelter Blog Adobe’s motivation for addressing this problem seems sincere, and they undoubtedly have many smart people thinking about the issue. Hopefully they will be able to persuade a critical mass of companies to join the initiative and develop and deploy the technologies […]
Photo Directories & Sourcebook Review – A Photo EditorA Photo Editor I interviewed dozens of photographers and directory agents and conclude that there are no best or worst. Your genre of photography, location, target market, how you prefer to interact, and of course your marketing budget will collectively determine which one (or more) of these resources is right for you. This review […]
Ten of the Best Publications to Pick up at Offprint Paris 2019 | AnOther Your pulse may not normally quicken at the prospect of a book fair, but Offprint is one that demands attention; the art-and-fashion-minded show, split between London and Paris, doubles as a summit for forward-thinking longform. And with backing by juggernaut arts foundation […]
Juxtapoz Magazine – As it Was Give(n) to Me: Stacy Kranitz Explores the American Appalachia Back in June 2016, we featured the works of photography Stacy Kranitz, a documentarian who blurs the line between personal and outsider looking in. Since 2009, Kranitz has been documenting the Appalachian region of America, on the doorstep of the […]