Category: Video & Multimedia

  • WATCH: Visual Storytelling in Sports Photography – PhotoShelter Blog

    WATCH: Visual Storytelling in Sports Photography - PhotoShelter Blog

    WATCH: Visual Storytelling in Sports Photography – PhotoShelter Blog

    Sports photography is full of exciting action, raw emotion and powerful moments that live on well beyond the shot clocks, time-outs and commercial breaks. For Abbie Parr and Jean Fruth, covering sports isn’t just about documenting unbridled passion and once-in-a-lifetime moments. It’s also a chance to celebrate a community of dedicated champions, enthusiasts, creatives and…

    via PhotoShelter Blog: https://blog.photoshelter.com/2022/03/watch-visual-storytelling-in-sports-photography/

    For Abbie Parr and Jean Fruth, covering sports isn’t just about documenting unbridled passion and once-in-a-lifetime moments. It’s also a chance to celebrate a community of dedicated champions, enthusiasts, creatives and more.

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Un-american Dream: Watch a New Documentary on Photographer Matt Black

    Juxtapoz Magazine - Un-american Dream: Watch a New Documentary on Photographer Matt Black

    Juxtapoz Magazine – Un-american Dream: Watch a New Documentary on Photographer Matt Black

    Between 2014 and 2020, photographer Matt Black traveled 100,000 miles across 46 American states to look behind the veil that keeps America’s poor in t…

    Link: https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/un-american-dream-watch-a-new-documentary-on-photographer-matt-black/

    Between 2014 and 2020, photographer Matt Black traveled 100,000 miles across 46 American states to look behind the veil that keeps America’s poor in the shadows. Beginning in his home region of the Central Valley, his extensive documentary project, American Geography, unravels in a series of black-and-white photographs that poetically capture communities living below the poverty line. Un-American Dream is a moving image survey, filmed by director Joppe Rog, throughout California’s Central Valley.

  • Talking Pictures with David Burnett: How a Legendary Photojournalist Stays Curious About the Craft – YouTube

    David is a dear friend and colleague of Kenneth Jarecke, founder of The Curious Society. David is one of the original members of The Curious Society, he’s an Issue 1 contributor and a frequent guest in our weekly Clubhouse room (link below). When David starts talking about pictures you can feel the passion he has for his craft. He tells stories and shares the secrets behind some of his most legendary pictures for over two hours. Thank you to David, Kenneth, Raquel and our live audience on zoom for this terrific conversation.
  • Arrivals and Departures – Video interview with Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol | LensCulture

    https://www.lensculture.com/articles/jacob-aue-sobol-arrivals-and-departures
    Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol made a trek from Moscow to Ulan Bator to Beijing in one month — often making more than 1,000 photographs each day for 28 days straight. He reveals his process in this great 5 minute video interview.
  • WATCH: Why Luck is a State of Mind with Deanne Fitzmaurice – PhotoShelter Blog

    Why Luck is a State of Mind with Deanne Fitzmaurice
    We sat down with Deanne to walk through a wide range of personal and freelance projects to outline what makes a memorable photograph and how to use the art of storytelling to make an impact. With the right mindset, anyone can leave their mark.
  • WATCH: Ami Vitale on Using Photography to Effect Change – PhotoShelter Blog

    WATCH: Ami Vitale on Using Photography to Effect Change
    We sat down with Ami, National Geographic photographer and Nikon Ambassador, to see how she uses visual storytelling to raise awareness for the animals and communities she photographs.
  • Photojournalist Shares His Experience of Documenting the War on ISIS | PetaPixel

    https://petapixel.com/2021/05/03/photojournalist-shares-his-experience-of-documenting-the-war-on-isis/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+petapixel+%28PetaPixel%29
    In a six-minute video with Vice, news photographer Felipe Dana recounts his experiences of documenting the War on ISIS and shows photos that illustrate the complex emotions felt by the affected communities.
  • WATCH: Visual Storytelling Masterclass with Caroline Gutman – PhotoShelter Blog

    WATCH: Visual Storytelling Masterclass with Caroline Gutman
    Last week we sat down with Philly-based photojournalist Caroline Gutman for a visual storytelling masterclass. She shared a bit of her personal story and outlined why light, composition, moment and emotion make the perfect recipe for a successful image.
  • Nominees – Vimeo Festival & Awards

    https://vimeo.com/festival/nominees
    Filmmakers, artists, and icons help us select our Best Of The Year winners. See the complete list of nominees in each category.
  • How Luis Alberto Rodriguez ended up photographing the communities of Ireland’s County Wexford

    https://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/nicer-tuesdays-october-2020-luis-alberto-rodriguez-photography-131120?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+itsnicethat%2FSlXC+%28It%27s+Nice+That%29
    American-Dominican artist Luis Alberto Rodriguez pays tribute to the physicality of hurling in his latest book, People of the Mud.
  • #LeicaConversations – Joel Meyerowitz – YouTube

    Join legendary photographer, Joel Meyerowitz, as he sits down with host Hugh Brownstone to share how he thinks about a photographer’s oeuvre – and in the process learn more about Joel’s own life’s journey.
  • #LeicaConversations – Learning to See with Stella Johnson – YouTube

    From AL SOL to ZOI and back to Boston, Stella Johnson has been seeing, investigating and reflecting culture, community and family over the last forty years. She will talk about her process in crafting an image that brings the viewer to look again and again. Stella will also discuss how and why she has developed lifelong relationships with the people she photographs, and what that means to the photographic narrative. Learning to see requires perseverance, patience, preparation, and knowing what to look for when you encounter those unexpected moments.
  • #LeicaConversations – Elizabeth Avedon & Debi Cornwall – YouTube

    2x juror for the Leica Women Foto Project, photo book and exhibition designer, Elizabeth Avedon, joins Leica Women Foto Project Awardee, conceptual documentary artist and filmmaker, Debi Cornwall, for a conversation focused on the importance book-making has had in her career and could have in yours.
  • Robin Hammond on the insider and outsider – Inside Imaging

    Robin Hammond on the insider and outsider
    The series, Photojournalism Now: In Conversation, kicks off with a 22-minute discussion with Robin Hammond, an award-winning New Zealand documentary photographer and human rights activist. Hammond is represented by Panos Pictures, has won a World Press Photo prize, is a W.Eugene Smith Fund recipient, and exhibited work across the world.
  • Chatting the Pictures: Unique Portraits from the George Floyd Protests – Reading The Pictures

    Chatting the Pictures: 3 Signature Images of the George Floyd Protests
    Every two weeks, Michael Shaw and Cara Finnegan discuss recent news photos on our “Chatting the Pictures” webcast. In the latest episode, we are joined by educator and writer John Edwin Mason. In the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, the media and social media have been filled with powerful and disturbing protest photos. We focused on some different kinds of images from this historic moment. Specifically, these pictures deal with the protests and self-representation, and the racial divide in public space.
  • WATCH: iPhone vs. DSLR Photography with Jim Richardson – PhotoShelter Blog

    WATCH: iPhone vs. DSLR Photography with Jim Richardson
    Last Friday, we sat down with Jim to discuss the future of photography, the technological advances of mobile cameras, and the strengths and weaknesses of DSLR vs iPhone photography.
  • A Portrait of America That Still Haunts, Decades Later – The New York Times

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/06/12/arts/design/robert-frank-americans.html
    Robert Frank chose this image for the cover of his eye-opening book of 83 photographs, “The Americans,” published in 1959. He had crossed America by car, seeing it as an outsider, a Swiss who left Zurich in 1947 in search of broader horizons.
  • Leica Talk – Dr. Andreas Kaufmann and Anthony Suau – YouTube

    Anthony Suau, Pulitzer Prize winner and recipient of the World Press Photo of the Year award, has spent decades documenting crisis and conflict zones worldwide. What ideas does he currently focus on, and which projects does he have planned for the future? Leica visionary Dr. Andreas Kaufmann found out more about what drives the American photographer’s work. SHOW LESS
  • Netflix’s Excellent Platon Documentary is Now Available for Free on YouTube

    https://petapixel.com/2020/06/02/netflixs-excellent-platon-documentary-is-now-available-for-free-on-youtube/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PetaPixel+%28PetaPixel%29
    In the middle of April, Netflix quietly uploaded the Platon episode of its excellent 2017 docuseries “Abstract: The Art of Design” to YouTube, where you can watch it for free, even if you don’t have a subscription. It’s not an exaggeration to call this a must-watch.
  • WATCH: A Conversation with Sports Photography Legends Jean Fruth and Darren Carroll – PhotoShelter Blog

    WATCH: A Conversation with Sports Photography Legends Jean Fruth and Darren Carroll
    Last week, we sat down with celebrated sports photographers Jean Fruth and Darren Carroll for a moderated discussion and live Q&A about their respective careers.