Thursday 24 June 2010

Articles – Guardian: Joker in the pack: Bruce Davidson’s photographs of a Brooklyn gang (Guardian: June 2010) slideshow

Articles – Guardian: Photographer Sally Soames’s best shot (Guardian: June 2010)

I was looking through some of the National Geographic Magazine’s features from the previous year or so, and these couple caught my attention. I’ll probably post more in the coming days as I realised that I have neglected posting links to a lot of great NGM essays….

Features and Essays – John Stanmeyer: Sacred Waters (NGM: 2010) From the droplets in a baptismal font to the scattering of ashes on a holy river, water blesses our lives.

Features and Essays – John Stanmeyer: The End of Plenty (NGM: 2010) Special Report—The Global Food Crisis

I’ve posted this one before, but what the hell, it’s so good…

Features and Essays – Stephie Sinclair: The Polygamists (NGM: 2010) FLDS: An exclusive look inside the FLDS

This one’s such a fascinating story!

Features and Essays – Martin Schoeller: The Hadza (NGM: 2009) They grow no food, raise no livestock, and live without rules or calendars. They are living a hunter-gatherer existence that is little changed from 10,000 years ago. What do they know that we’ve forgotten?

Features and Essays – Rolling Stone: On The Ground With Runaway General Stanley McChrystal (Rolling Stone: June 2010)

multiMedia – Reportage : submissions : “Reportage is published by the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism which is part of the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Reportage will accept articles and photojournalism from journalists who do not have a connection with UTS, providing the work is of a professional standard and produced according to the International Federation of Journalists or Australian Journalists’ Association Code of Ethics. Reportage will accept stories on a wide range of topics. We aim to fill gaps in news agendas. We have both an Australian and an international focus and will accept short or long stories. We publish news, as well as features. All work will carry a date of publication and be archived. We will link to or publish whole websites, indeed we are interested in experimenting with new ways of telling stories on the web. Because UTS staff and students have an interest in social research and theory, we have a place for research, analysis and opinion.”

Tutorials 10 Tips for Photo Workshop Students (Foundry Photojournalism Workshop blog: June 2010)

InterviewsBruno Stevens (Leica blog: June 2010)

Interviews Freya Najade (ePhotoreview Vimeo: June 2010)

InterviewsMikko Takkunen (GuatePhoto: June 2010)

Interviews Michael Itkoff (GuatePhoto: June 2010)

InterviewsBrent Lewin (GuatePhoto: June 2010)

Written by Mikko Takkunen

June 24, 2010 at 11:15 am

Posted in photojournalism

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