Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Carol Guzy Shares Lessons Learned In 35 Years In The Biz – Southampton Village & Surrounding Areas – 27east

Pulitzer Prize Winning Photojournalist Carol Guzy Shares Lessons Learned In 35 Years In The Biz – Southampton Village & Surrounding Areas – 27east As a photojournalist, Carol Guzy has documented an incredible amount of turmoil, upheaval and human suffering in her long career—first for the Miami Herald in the early 1980s, and then, beginning in […]

Google’s Latest Doodle Honors War Photographer Gerda Taro

Google’s Latest Doodle Honors War Photographer Gerda Taro “Though she was tiny in stature, Gerda Taro had the heart of a giant,” Google writes. “Known as ‘the little red fox,’ the ginger-haired photographer fearlessly turned her camera lens to capture sensitive and critical images of conflict around the world, producing powerful black-and-white images that informed […]

NY Daily News Cuts All Photographers

NY Daily News Cuts All Photographers The New York Daily News slashed its editorial staff in half this week, and among the casualties of the layoffs was the entire team of photographers. The paper, which called itself “New York’s Picture Newspaper” for over 70 years, now has zero staff photographers.

CJR’s Sexual Harassment Report: It’s as Much about Photo-j Culture as the Predators | PDNPulse

CJR’s Sexual Harassment Report: It’s as Much about Photo-j Culture as the Predators | PDNPulse The report on sexual harassment in photojournalism published last week in the Columbia Journalism Review shows that not much has changed in the year since PDN reported several women photographers’ accounts of sexual harassment in newsrooms and at industry events. […]

SAR Zone – Witness

SAR Zone – Witness On July 25th, we awoke to rough seas in the central Mediterranean, some 15 miles north of the Libyan city of Sabratha, in international waters. The Spanish rescue ship Open Arms, belonging to the NGO of the same name, pitched and rolled on the open water, making us believe that that […]

Photographing the Agonizing Pain of Children: John Moore and Chris Hondros – PhotoShelter Blog

Photographing the Agonizing Pain of Children: John Moore and Chris Hondros – PhotoShelter Blog Getty Images award-winning photojournalist John Moore has traveled the world capturing horrific scenes of violence from war zones to egregious human rights violations. For the past decade, Moore has been photographing the migrant crisis, and ended up in Rio Grande, TX […]