Photojournalist sentenced for terrorist propaganda over a photo – Stockholm Center for Freedom

Photojournalist sentenced for terrorist propaganda over a photo – Stockholm Center for Freedom Çağdaş Erdoğan was taken into police custody in September 2017 while he was taking photographs in İstanbul’s Kadıköy district, on allegations of photographing a Turkish intelligence building in the area. After 11 days in custody, he was put in pretrial detention by a […]

Why the press struggles to cover the war in Yemen – Columbia Journalism Review

Why the press struggles to cover the war in Yemen – Columbia Journalism Review But a fourth war, in Yemen, equal in destruction and in its potential for fallout that directly affects Americans, has been covered very differently. Amnesty International has described it as the “forgotten war.” Coverage of the conflict, which has raged for […]

Should Street Photography be Illegal? – PhotoShelter Blog

Should Street Photography be Illegal? – PhotoShelter Blog Street photography has a long history of candidly capturing subjects, but in today’s climate, does intent matter? In this episode of Vision Slightly Blurred, Sarah and Allen contemplate the work of photographers Daniel Arnold, Garry Winogrand, Diane Arbus, Mary Ellen Mark, Susan Meiselas, Philip Lorca Dicorcia, Vivan […]

Your Post Goes Against Our Community Guidelines: An Algorithmic Rewriting of History | Conscientious Photography Magazine

Your Post Goes Against Our Community Guidelines: An Algorithmic Rewriting of History | Conscientious Photography Magazine Imagine my surprise when after posting a photograph from the Abu Ghraib archives next to a recent one of Donald Trump on Instagram I was informed by the site that the post had been removed because it went against […]

Amish and Mennonite Photo Coverage in Face of Sexual Abuse, #MeToo – Reading The Pictures

Amish and Mennonite Photo Coverage in Face of Sexual Abuse, #MeToo – Reading The Pictures As it happens, visual depictions of Amish and conservative Mennonite communities already share some traits with those of Hollywood celebrities. Many of their photographs in the press look like they were taken by paparazzi: shot from discrete angles, from the […]

“The Bane of My Existence”: U.K. Sportswriting’s Access Crisis – The Ringer

“The Bane of My Existence”: U.K. Sportswriting’s Access Crisis – The Ringer British journalists chronicling mega-events like the Champions League are often operating on a timeline out of their control and with little access to players, publishing stories well after they’ve been reported. Could this be the dark future of U.S. sports coverage?