Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grant recipients Daniella Zalcman, Jake Naughton and Alice Proujansky take you on the inside of photographing long-term projects.
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting grant recipients Daniella Zalcman, Jake Naughton and Alice Proujansky take you on the inside of photographing long-term projects. From procuring funding to demystifying what it’s really like to complete self-generated work, these photographers discuss the responsibility of exploring under-reported issues worldwide. They share how they make project work a sustainable part of their careers and what drives them to keep going.
A key lesson for photographers attending the Missouri Photo Workshop, and for all documentary photographers, is that time matters. It’s just not possible to drop into the lives of people and expect that your pictures will honestly reveal the character of your subjects
Reinhard Krause has spent much of his photojournalism career in some of the most tumultuous and critical places on the planet — including North Korea, Kosovo, Tibet and, most recently, the flooded regions of Pakistan. Beginning in November, all the hot spots in the world will constitute his beat, as the global pictures editor of Reuters, leading 400 staff and freelance photographers.