Hubert Henrotte : A book on photojournalism

Hubert Henrotte : A book on photojournalism Hubert Henrotte! He is one of the mythical names in the history of photojournalism! He too was swept away by the drastic technological changes of the 2000s. Today, he is publishing his beautifully titled book: Can photojournalime save the press? He asked us to publish this excerpt: the […]

Five powerful stories from this year’s Visa Pour L’Image: International Festival of Photojournalism – The Washington Post

Five powerful stories from this year’s Visa Pour L’Image: International Festival of Photojournalism – The Washington Post There are 25 exhibits this year. In Sight is taking a look at five notable exhibitions from photographers Lynsey Addario, Adriana Loureiro Fernandez, Kirsten Luce, Laura Morton and Kasia Strek.

Photography in the Era of Digital Proliferation | Conscientious Photography Magazine

Photography in the Era of Digital Proliferation | Conscientious Photography Magazine The public sphere in which these developments play out has become intertwined with our most private one: we wake up, and we look at our smartphones to check for messages, emails, articles, and/or pictures. Pictures, however, have ceased to be just that, pictures. Instead, […]

Photography in the Era of Digital Proliferation | Conscientious Photography Magazine

Photography in the Era of Digital Proliferation | Conscientious Photography Magazine The public sphere in which these developments play out has become intertwined with our most private one: we wake up, and we look at our smartphones to check for messages, emails, articles, and/or pictures. Pictures, however, have ceased to be just that, pictures. Instead, […]

Lakes, jails and ice-skating bears: the world’s best photojournalism – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

Lakes, jails and ice-skating bears: the world’s best photojournalism – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian The International Festival of Photojournalism takes place in Perpignan, France, every year. Here, photojournalists uncover stories – from war to ecocide – that the powerful would often rather keep secret

W. Eugene Smith: Father of the Photo Essay

W. Eugene Smith: Father of the Photo Essay William Eugene Smith has been described as “perhaps the single most important American photographer in the development of the editorial photo essay.” He shot photo projects so large that they cannot be displayed in any museum. Let’s take a closer look at this brilliant photographer.

Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – 2 August 2019 – Photojournalism Now

Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up – 2 August 2019 – Photojournalism Now There’s been discussion on Facebook recently about the value of photography awards versus other means of promoting photography such as books. Criticism has been laid that photography awards that charge an entry fee are money-grabbers. That may be true of big international awards […]