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

Thursday 4 November 2010

Burmese general election is coming up on 7 November… Earlier today I received an email from a Panos Pictures photographer who is working inside the country undercover… Some of his work is up on the Panos website… He asked me not to name him… as Panos haven’t either…not to jeopardise his ability to continue working…

Features and Essays – Anonymous: Election Week in Burma (Panos: November 2010)

I’m gonna brag a little more… I had the pleasure to see a 70+ edit of Timothy Fadek’s brilliant Mongolia work on his iPad in Perpignan…. Now, some of  that work is published in Le Figaro in France.. I just wish they’d put more images online…and none of my favourites are included… but maybe the edit makes sense for the article… which I cannot understand…

Features and Essays – Timothy Fadek: Mongolia (Le Figaro: November 2010)

Features and Essays – Edmund Clark: If The Light Goes Out (Guardian: November 2010) Guantanamo | “Photographer Edmund Clark’s latest body of work is a series of pictures examining the institutional spaces of Guantánamo naval base and the psychological after-effects experienced by detainees. It is displayed in an exhibition at Flowers East Gallery in London, as well as being available in a book published by Dewi Lewis”

US mid-elections came and went, but Jason Andrew’s brilliant Tea Party Express series is up on New Yorker Photo Booth and still worth checking out….

Features and Essays – Jason Andrew: Riding With the Tea Party (New Yorker: November 2010)

Pakistan floods aftermath…

Features and Essays – Gideon Mendel: Pakistan floods: water torture (Guardian: October 2010)

Daniel Berehulak has added some of his Pakistan floods work on his website…Do have a look.

Stuart Freedman…

Photographers – Stuart Freedman has a new website and I just found out he is on Twitter too

AgenciesGill Turner : Commercial representation

New issue of Visura Magazine is out…

multiMediaVisura Magazine, issue 11

Chiara Oggioni Tiepolo got in touch about a Foiano Fotografia festival in Italy…

Festivals Foiano Fotografia : “The Dreamers:” 6-28 November 2010 : Exhibitions: Casta Diva – Emanuele Cremaschi (Luz) Diario – Various Authors (cured by Maurizio Garofalo) Dusha, Russian soul – Davide Monteleone (Contrasto) Greenland, disappearing Ice Age – Andrea Gjestvang (Moment) (Joop Swart Masterclass) Haiti, the melancholy of shadows – Moises Saman (Magnum) Stories in 3 shots – Various Authors (cured by Carlo Madesani and Eva Zamboni) The Bosnian Identity – Matteo Bastianelli (winner of the first edition of Foianofotografia award) Whatever – Beatrice Mancini (Posse Photo)

UK prime minister David Cameron got a lot of stick earlier this week for appointing a ‘personal photographer’…

Articles – Guardian: David Cameron forced to defend appointment of ‘personal photographer’ (Guardian: November 2010)

This Andrew Parsons guy, who was appointed, is very good, so I guess Cameron has an eye…

Features and Essays – Andrew Parsons: David Cameron (Guardian: November 2010)

More from the Guardian…

Articles – Guardian: Photographer Steve Schapiro’s best shot (Guardian: November 2010)

Articles – Guardian: Photographer Robert Bergman: Outsider looking in (Guardian: November 2010)

Really good read by Justin Mott on his blog again, about cockiness in photography….No need to take it too seriously tho…

Blogs – Justin Mott: What’s Cocky in Photography (Photographer’s blog: November 2010)

Blogs – David Campbell: Thinking Images v.3 (Davidcampbell.org: November 2010)

MJR collective is on Tumblr now…

Blogs MJR Tumblr

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

November 4, 2010 at 6:40 pm

Posted in photojournalism