P H O T O J O U R N A L I S M L I N K S

Wednesday 7 July 2010

Features and Essays – Simon Norfolk: The Desert War in Yemen (NYT Magazine: July 2010) Is Yemen the Next Afghanistan?

Features and Essays – John Stanmeyer: A Solution From Within (Starved for Attention: July 2010) Mexico

Features and Essays – Alixandra Fazzina: Deadend Sands (NOOR: July 2010) Pakistan

Features and Essays – Simon Norfolk: Soy Una Raya En El Mar (Insitute: July 2010)

Features and Essays – Robin Hammond: Congo’s Resilient Rape Survivors (Daily Beast: July 2010)

Articles – BJP: Swedish photographer Jens Olof Lasthein wins Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2010 (BJP: July 2010) Oskar Barnack portfolios on Vimeo

Articles – BJP: Sharing is new focus of Visa festival (BJP: July 2010)

Articles – NYT: On The Economist’s Cover, Only a Part of the Picture (NYT: July 2010) Same from PDN

Still haven’t watched this. Great it’s on BBC iPlayer…. (only available here in  the UK unfortunately though)

Movies Shooting Robert King (BBC iPlayer: 2010)

Agencies Magnum Photo July 2010 newsletter

AgenciesNOOR July 2010 newsletter

Features and Essays – Ricardo Garcia: U.S. Casualties in the Arghanab Valley (PDN: June 2010) Related Columbia Journalism Review article

Photographers Ricardo Garcia

Photographers Veejay Villafranca

Obama administration FAIL?

Articles – A Photo Editor: Troubling New Ban On Photographers Covering Gulf Oil Spill (APE: July 2010)

Festivals – New York Photo Awards 2010 winners slideshow (NYPH: July 2010)

Festivals – Telegraph in Arles (Telegraph: July 2010)

TwitterStrobist

Twitter Maine Media Workshops

Twitter Jeff Antebi

Workshops – It seems the Eddie Adams Workshop 2010 invitations have been sent. The list was not public on their website the last time I checked, but I know I won’t be attending, because I received my rejection email yesterday. Would love to be able to go. I wish EAW would reconsider their admission policy of taking in only 10 internationals along with the 90 US citizens. The workshop has such global significance within the industry that the 1 : 9 ratio of ‘internationals to Americans’ seems a bit outdated. Maybe something along the lines of 50:50 would be more appropriate. Or maybe this is just sour grapes on my behalf. But damn… it just seems so tough getting in there, especially as an ‘international’….

Congratulations to those who got into the workshop this year though!

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

July 7, 2010 at 5:22 pm

Posted in photojournalism