Saturday 17 July 2010

Only third updates this week as I’m having future in-laws visiting from Venezuela, but here we go again. These should keep you busy for a while..

Features and Essays – Alex Webb: The New Silk Road (NGM: August 2010 issue) A railroad through the southern Caucasus will soon connect Europe and Asia, fueling dreams and discord in the region.

Features and Essays – Jack Dykinga: Native Lands (NGM: August 2010 issue) Something remarkable is happening in Indian country; Tribes whose lands were once taken from them are setting an example for how to restore the environment.

Features and Essays – Steve Winter: India’s Grassland Kingdom (NGM: July 2010) Kaziranga National Park shelters tigers, buffalo, and rhinos.

Features and Essays – Brent Stirton: Pastoralists in Transition (Reportage by Getty Images: July 2010) Kenya

Features and Essays – Alvaro Ybarra Zavala: E-Waste in Ghana (Reportage by Getty Images: July 2010)

Features and Essays – Moises Saman: The Child Tobacco Farmers of Kazakhstan (TIME: July 2010)

Features and Essays – William Daniels: Haiti’s Gingerbread Houses (TIME: July 2010)

These photos are great. I wonder who the author is..just says @GettyImagesRPTG .  I wonder if the photographer’s name is not mentioned to protect his idetity?

Features and Essays – TIME – The Two Burmas (TIME: July 201)

Features and Essays – Nicole Bengiveno: Oysters Touch Many From Gulf to Table (NYT: July 2010) Gulf of Mexico

Features and Essays – Paolo Patrizi: European Starlings (Esquire Russia: 2010)

INSTITUTE just keeps on going growing…

Agencies Institute adds Lawrence and Clark (BJP: July 2010) Photographers Robert Clark and Wayne Lawrence have joined the Institute for Artist Management, bringing to 19 the number of photographers the new agency now represents | An ongoing personal series by Wayne Lawrence “Orchard Beach” | “Bog Bodies” by Robert Clark

AgenciesPanos Pictures are calling emerging photographers for portfolio reviews with Panos editors at Visa pour l’image Perpignan

Awards – The Times (London) Young Photographer of the Year : The Times has launched the ninth Times Young Photographer of the Year Award. The competition, which for the second year running is sponsored by Canon, seeks to find the country’s best young photographer. The winner will win a six-month full-time contract with The Times, where they will be trained… : Deadline 31 August 2010

InterviewsAlixandra Fazzina (YouTube) BBC with Alixandra Fazzina: UNHCR’s 2010 Nansen Refugee Award winner

InterviewsSusan Meiselas (Blurb blog: 2010)

Photographers Jason Larkin

Articles – A Photo Editor: VII Magazine – Photojournalism Transitions From Supplier To Publisher (APE: July 2010)

Articles – BJP: Martin Parr presents the Brighton Photo Biennial (BJP: July 2010)

Articles – New Yorker: Joel Sternfeld in Focus (New Yorker: July 2010)

Articles – Verve Photo: Peter Hoffman (Verve: July 2010)

Written by Mikko Takkunen

July 17, 2010 at 1:32 pm

Posted in photojournalism

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