From Stanley Greene’s “Red October”, a post-cold war period dating back to 1993 to the tragic events of Bezlan in September, 2004, photographed by Yuri Kozyrev, the exhibition also demonstrates the different subjects covered by these photographers, otherwise known for their coverage of conflict
Yuri Kozyrev won four major awards in this year’s Pictures of the Year International competition for his coverage of the uprisings in the Middle East. It was, he said in something of an understatement, “a pretty busy year.”
Noor photographer Yuri Kozyrev probably has one of the most coherent and comprehensive bodies of work on the Arab Spring. Hours before winning the Visa d'Or News award, he spoke with BJP's Olivier Laurent about the sacrifices he had to make to document four revolutions in nine months
It's impossible to know what the future will bring. But, it's likely that the Sony A77 will be regarded as one of the most fascinating new camera introductions of 2011. The camera was announced on 24 August, and won't be released until early October. Thanks to Sony Canada I had an opportunity in early August to spend four days field testing a pre-production camera, along with the new 16-50mm f/2.8 lens.
Yesterday, on the final night of the LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph in Charlottesville, Va., the curated work of more than 20 photographers was shown to an audience of 2,000 during a special 2-hour projection on the festival’s 40-foot main screen. TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev’s photographs from Yemen, Egypt, Bahrain and Libya were presented in a short film, On Revolution Road, after a moment of silence for the photographers who had given their lives since the festival last convened in 2009.
comments from the press conference this morning with Stanley Greene, Yuri Kozyrev, Lucas Menget, and Patrick Robert — the conflict journalist’s speak. These photographers have all made incredible images in the most difficult places imaginable