Tag: Ed Kashi

  • Interview: Ed Kashi – “Abandoned Moments” — Analog Forever Magazine

    Link: You must believe in yourself, believe in this work and be ready and willing to work harder than you’ve ever worked. You must be able to withstand a seemingly inhumane amount of disappointment and rejection, learn to navigate the unseemly politics and favoritism that is rife in most creative fields, and basically be incredibly […]

  • 7 with VII: Fake News – Vantage – Medium

    7 with VII: Fake News – Vantage – Medium We asked Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter followers to submit questions about fake news as it relates to photojournalism for the next installment of 7 with VII where VII photographers answer your seven questions. Read on for the answers from VII members Anush Babajanyan, Ashley Gilbertson, Ed […]

  • The Unspoken Consequences of a Photojournalist’s Life | TIME

    The Unspoken Consequences of a Photojournalist’s Life Ed Kashi, a documentary photographer and member of the VII Photo agency, writes about the challenges of balancing his professional and personal lives, highlighting the “residual impact” that a lonely profession spent documenting “pain, suffering, violence and death” can have on loved ones.

  • Q&A with Ed Kashi: ‘Through social media, we can be our own publishers’ | The National

    Q&A with Ed Kashi: ‘Through social media, we can be our own publishers’ But we’ve lost a certain amount of care and rumination, space to think about what we’re doing and why we’re doing it. I feel we’re all more than ever hamsters on a wheel – no matter what level of success or however […]

  • 7 with VII: All About Gear — Vantage — Medium

    7 with VII: All About Gear We asked Facebook, Instagram and Twitter followers to submit questions about gear for the second installment of 7 with VII. Read on for the 7 answers from VII’s Ron Haviv, Sim Chi Yin, Ashley Gilbertson, Arthur Bondar, Ed Kashi, Poulomi Basu and Sarker Protick

  • The Future of Photojournalism by Ed Kashi – The Eye of Photography

    The Future of Photojournalism by Ed Kashi Photojournalism is in transition as a profession and remains an unorthodox career for most. It is certainly not a stable way of life. It has always been a competitive, challenging and dangerous career path, and today it’s never been more dangerous and it’s too often deadly. And it […]

  • 5 Winners of 2015 Aaron Siskind Fellowships Named

    5 Winners of 2015 Aaron Siskind Fellowships Named Juan Arredondo of West Orange, NJ Amy Finkelstein of Takoma Park, MD Robyn Hasty of Brooklyn, NY Ed Kashi of Montclair, NJ Natalie Krick of Longmont, CO

  • Ed Kashi, Tim Matsui Win Top Multimedia Prizes at 2015 POYi

    Ed Kashi, Tim Matsui Win Top Multimedia Prizes at 2015 POYi Ed Kashi has won Multimedia Photographer of the Year honors at the 2015 Pictures of the Year International competition for his project called Syria’s Lost Generation, while Tim Matsui won Documentary Project of the Year for The Long Night, a film he produced with […]

  • PDN Video Pick: Ed Kashi and Matt Black for The New Yorker

    PDN Video Pick: Ed Kashi and Matt Black for The New Yorker Kashi proposed that he would shoot motion, and Black would shoot stills, and Johnson was quickly on board. Sky Dylan-Robbins, a video producer at The New Yorker, would edit their work into the 7-minute video that ran on newyorker.com.

  • California: Paradise Burning – The New Yorker

    California: Paradise Burning Photographers Matt Black and Ed Kashi recently spent time with the farmers and shepherds of the Central Valley, documenting their ongoing struggles

  • APAD blog

    Official Press Release Announcing APAD’s Continued Awesomeness This year’s auction will be held online through Paddle 8 and includes photographs contributed by Ed Kashi, Vince Musi, Melissa Farlow, Randy Olson, Damon Winter, Todd Heisler, Ami Vitale and many, many other accomplished photographers. The auction will begin on September 2, 2014 and will end on September 16.

  • Inspirational Interview Packed Full of Useful Lighting and Photojournalism Tips

    Inspirational Interview Packed Full of Useful Lighting and Photojournalism Tips Photojournalist Ed Kashi has received many accolades over the course of his photojournalistic career, and in this short interview with Marc Silber, he shares some of what he’s learned about light and the art of photojournalism.

  • What’s In Your Camera Bag?: Photojournalist Ed Kashi

    Link: What’s In Your Camera Bag?: Photojournalist Ed Kashi – Feature Shoot What is the one thing you would advise a photographer to carry with them at all times? Their wits, so they keep aware of their surroundings and find great images. In terms of gear, bring a camera you are comfortable using.

  • Lost Generation: Directors Give Voice to Syrian Refugees

    Link: Lost Generation: Directors Give Voice to Syrian Refugees | – LightBox More than two decades after photojournalist Ed Kashi documented Kurdish refugees streaming back from Iran and Turkey to their fractured homeland, he returned to the same patch of land to witness the impact of Syria’s unending civil war on what is being called […]

  • Helping a Fallen Freelancer

    Link: Ed Kashi Photographer » Helping a Fallen Freelancer There are some iconic images that stick in our minds when we reflect on the past 11 years about Iraq. Perhaps footage of US contractors who were killed and dragged through the streets of Fallujah. Or George W. Bush ducking a flying shoe during a press […]

  • A Chat with The Kashis: A Photojournalism Family Juggles Chaos and Calm

    Link: A Chat with The Kashis: A Photojournalism Family Juggles Chaos and Calm | PROOF Ed Kashi’s story on northern Nigeria’s Islamic insurgency appears in the November issue of National Geographic magazine. His wife, Julie Winokur, is a writer/filmmaker, and co-founder of Talking Eyes Media. They have two children, Eli, 18, a college freshman, and […]

  • It’ll Be Better Next Year

    Link: It’ll Be Better Next Year : The New Yorker “Did it rain last night?” Cash Murdock, age eleven, asks his father. “Nope, no rain,” the forty-three-year-old rancher, Casey, replies. “Maybe tonight.” With this exchange, Ashley Gilbertson and Ed Kashi introduce the small farming and ranching community in Cimarron County, Oklahoma, which was the epicenter […]

  • In the Eye of the Storm: Capturing Sandy’s Wrath

    Link: In the Eye of the Storm: Capturing Sandy’s Wrath – LightBox As Sandy drew near, TIME asked five photographers — Michael Christopher Brown, Benjamin Lowy, Ed Kashi, Andrew Quilty and Stephen Wilkes — to document the hurricane and its aftermath via Instagram.

  • Ending The Stigma Of Incarceration: A Conversation With Ed Kashi

    Link: Ending The Stigma Of Incarceration (Part Three): A Conversation With Ed Kashi « Prison Photography The way I look at this advocacy journalism, which is what I call it, is we gain access to subject we would otherwise have trouble getting access to. That’s number one. Number two, we’re doing it in cooperation with […]

  • Nine pros talk about the present and future economics of a photography career

    Link: Rob Galbraith DPI: Nine pros talk about the present and future economics of a photography career The photographers interviewed include photojournalists such as Ed Kashi of the VII Agency and Peter Van Agtmael of Magnum, fashion photographer Peter Stigter, Iranian photographer Newsha Tavakolian, and others