Photojournalism Links is a website dedicated to sharing all things good and interesting in photojournalism, documentary photography, and beyond.
New home at TIME LightBox: http://www.time.com/photojournalismlinks
Founded by photo editor Mikko Takkunen.
What others say
“What did we do before Mikko Takkunen’s PJL?” – David Guttenfelder, February 2014.
“It’s an incredible resource” – Chicago Tribune , September 2010.
“If you’re a fan of photojournalism, check out PhotojournalismLinks, maintained by Mikko Takkunen. Very resourceful!” British Journal of Photography on Facebook, September 2010.
“Always brilliant ” Panos Pictures on Twitter, July 2011
“Der Fotograf Mikko Takkunen widmet sich leidenschaftlich dem Thema Fotojournalismus. Eine wahre Fundgrube.” – Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin , 2009
“Photojournalism links – many interesting links, updated frequently” – Boston Globe , 2009
“Mikko Takkunen’s excellent Photojournalism Links” – David Campbell on his blog, June 2011.
“I heart Photojournalism Links” Fiona Rogers, Cultural and Education Cordinator at Magnum Photos, on Twitter July 2011
“Wanna know what’s been going on in the photojournalism world lately? @photojournalism is the place.” Raw File (Wired magazine’s photo blog) on Twitter, November 2011.
“If you have any interest in photojournalism or photography, follow this blog regularly, insane amount of info” Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson on Twitter, September 2011
“The brilliant weekly round up of photojournalism links” Ashley Gilbertson, Photographer at VII Photo, on Twitter, November 2011
“Such a good resource for photographers, have a look! ” Jonathan Bell - Publishing Representative at Magnum Photos, on Twitter, January 2012
“ちょっとマニアの領域に入ってしまいますが、フォトジャーナリズム界では定番になりつつある、フィンランド人のフォトグラファーMikko Takkunenによるブログ。” – Courrier (Japan), November 2010
“Finnish photographer Mikko Takkunen has created his own form of blogging resource by using ‘the link’ as his content. He trawls the web for the best of photography and photojournalism and puts all the links in one convenient place, so you don’t have to do anything but click. Hats off to this man.” Photographer Sean Gallagher, September 2010