Go Inside an ISIS Gift Shop

Photographer Guy Martin stumbled upon an unexpected gift shop in the suburbs of Istanbul, Turkey

Last summer, British photographer Guy Martin stumbled upon an unexpected gift shop in the suburbs of Istanbul, Turkey. It sold memorabilia associated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria

Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund 2015 Grants Announced

The Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund today announces, exclusively through TIME LightBox, the winners of its 2015 grants

This year’s selection of awardees are Massimo Berruti, Matt Black, Peter DiCampo, Emine Gozde Sevim, Curran Hatleberg, Guy Martin, Pete Muller, Elena Perlino, Nii Obodai Provencal, Asim Rafiqui and Peter van Agtmael

The CENTER Awards: Project Launch 1st Place Winner: Guy Martin

For the next two weeks, Lenscratch will be celebrating the 2014 CENTER Award Winners. We are thrilled to align with such a wonderful organization that honors, supports, and provides opportunities to gifted and committed photographers. For 20 years, CENTER

in an attempt avoid making work on the front lines, he has created a series that merges the drama of Turkish soap operas and the reality of the protests in Istanbul, making us consider what is the truth in the reportage of war.

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Now working again, Martin writes for LightBox about his relocation to Istanbul, his reevaluated approach to photography and his new project, City of Dreams

Guy Martin, CJ Chivers Give Testimony in Inquest Into Tim Hetherington’s Death | PDNPulse

The Coroner’s Court in Westminster, UK, carrying out an inquest into the death of photographer Tim Hetherington concluded that his death was “unlawful,” The Independent reports.  The photojournalist and documentary-film maker died April 20, 2011 in a mort

chilling reading for anyone who knew the two slain photographers

At 27, Guy Martin Becomes a Veteran

In a dreadful instant on Wednesday, the 27-year-oldGuy Martin was propelled from his cohort of Promising Young Photojournalists into the honorable — if unsought — company of those who have been injured or killed in the line of duty.

Update: Guy Martin Critical But Stable | PDNPulse

Freelance photojournalist Guy Martin, who was severely injured yesterday in the mortar attacks in Libya that killed photographers Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, remains in critical condition after undergoing surgery for eight hours yesterday. “The su

“We want to thank everyone for their support, especially the medical team in Misrata that has done an incredible job. Guy is a loving son, brother and partner and our main focus right now is just to get him home safely.”

Egyptian army cracks down on photographers [update] – British Journal of Photography

Ed Ou was an intern at The Times (“A Dozen Promising Photographers“) and is now a freelancer, represented by Reportage by Getty Images, shooting for The Times in Egypt. He has photographed in the Middle East, Africa and the former Soviet republics. James Estrin spoke with him by phone early Sunday morning and early Monday morning, Cairo time.