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

Monday 12 July 2010

I’m in awe for this work. Not only for the photos, which are amazing, but also for the story behind making them…

Features and Essays – Tomas van Houtryve: North Korea: Secrets and Lies (VII Network: July 2010)

Features and Essays – Marco Di Lauro: Niger Food Crisis (Reportage by Getty Images: July 2010) To donate to UNICEF, visit www.unicef.org.uk/niger

Features and Essays – Philip Blenkinsop: The Ark (NOOR: 2010) Philip Blenkinsop went to Bangladesh for the quarterly ‘Dispatches’ in February and March of 2009.

Features and Essays – Damon Winter: Park vs. Park (NYT: July 2010) Which is better: Central Park or Prospect Park?

Features and Essays – Kuni Takahashi: Training Soldiers in Pakistan (NYT: July 2010)

Features and Essays – Matt Lutton: Unending Divisions of the Bosnian War (NYT Lens: July 2010)

Videos – Ed Kashi: Three (VII: July 2010) An adaption from his book Three

Videos – Ed Kashi: Curse of the Black Gold (VII: July 2010)

Interviews – Ed Kashi (ABC News: 2010)

InterviewsDoug Pensinger : “We want to capture every moment of the game” (BJP: July 2010) “Doug Pensinger is one of the 39 photographers Getty Images sent to South Africa to cover the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Ahead of the Spain-Holland final, he answered our questions about being on the side of the pitch for the world’s most watched sporting event”

TwitterCanon Camera

TwitterLeica Rumours

Photographers Bob Sacha

PhotographersAndrew L Moore

Interviews Andrew L Moore : Detroit Disassembled (Western Reserve Public Media)

Interviews and Talks – CBC: The Aftermath Project (CBC: July 2010) “Hour One: The Aftermath Project – Have you ever wondered what happens when the war has ended, the crisis has passed and the story disappears from your newspaper, radio or TV? Prying reporters may have taken their notebooks and microphones and cameras and moved on – but the story doesn’t just end. This week you’ll hear from two photojournalists who have taken on a challenging assignment – to cover the forgotten stories, the stories major news organizations no longer have time and space or money for. It’s called ‘The Aftermath Project’ – dedicated to telling the other half of the story”

Not really much of an article this Vogue piece, but a good excuse to put a tiny Salgado photo here…

Exhibitions – Vogue Italy: Engaged Observers at the Getty Museum (Vogue Italy: 2010)

Articles – Robert Benson: Why Video Won’t Replace Stills (Robert Benson blog: July 2010)

Articles – Reuters blog: SA Photographer Siphiwe Sibeko looks back at World Cup (Reuters: July 2010) (via @corinne_perkins )

I have to admit something…. I kinda dislike this feature:

Features and Essays – Jocelyn Bain Hogg: World Cup in a Small Room (VII Magazine: 2010)

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

July 12, 2010 at 9:24 pm

Posted in photojournalism