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Wednesday 31 March 2010

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Interviews – Marcus Bleasdale says the work of a photojournalist is connecting with new audiences in creative ways. (Telegraph: March 2010)

Features and Essays – Tim Dirven/Panos Pictures: Inside Guantánamo Bay (Guardian: March 2010)

Features and Essays – David Gilkey: Training For War (NPR: March 2010) Army Preps For Next Afghan Target: Kandahar

Features and Essays – John D McHugh: Exploring the Queen’s Palace in Kabul (BBC: March 2010) Multimedia photojournalist and filmmaker John D McHugh travelled to Afghanistan in February 2010. He was there to cover the conflict, but during the trip he managed to gain rare access to the off-limits Queen’s Palace – a former seat of Afghanistan’s royal family – also known as Tajbeg. He says the building and its turbulent past represents the sad history of Afghanistan.

Features and Essays – Shiho Fukada: China’s Affluence Island (NYT: March 2010) On China’s Hainan Island, the Boom Is Deafening

Articles – NYT: For Photographers, the Image of a Shrinking Path (NYT: March 2010) | Follow-up article: Pros and Amateurs Debate: Is Photography in Trouble? on NYT

Interviews Stephen Crowley : To Afghanistan, in Darkness and Secrecy (NYT Lens: March 2010)

Competitions Photography Book Now 2010 : Deadline July 15, 3020 | PDN article:  $25k Photography Book Now 2010 Competition Announced (PDN: March 2010

OpportunitiesLauren Greenfield seeks photo assistants and interns

Features and Essays – Meridith Kohut: A Rescued Menagerie (NYT: March 2010) Columbia

Articles – Verve Photo: Matt Black (Verve: March 2010)

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

March 31, 2010 at 10:04 am

Posted in photojournalism

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