Thursday 18 November 2010
I’ve been up in Glasgow, Scotland, for the past four days, and haven’t had the time to do any updates…. Heading back down south today…planning to attend BJP’s Vision 2010 tomorrow in London… Thought I might not have a chance to do a new post until Saturday, when I return home to Brighton, but it occurred to me that this Megabus has wireless, so I might as well make use of the time…
I’ve been following Twitter closely every day, and I have loads of stuff to share…
Features and Essays – Greg Girard: David and Solomon (NGM: December 2010 issue) Was the Kingdom of David and Solomon a glorious empire—or just a little cow town? It depends on which archaeologist you ask.
Features and Essays – Ivor Prickett: Abkhazia (Photographer’s website: November 2010)
Features and Essays – Tomas van Houtryve: The American Ballet Theater in Cuba (WSJ: November 2010)
Features and Essays – Moises Saman: Haitian Cholera Epidemic (Magnum Photos: November 2010)
Features and Essays – Walter Astrada: Haiti Cholera Outbreak (Reportage by Getty Images: November 2010)
Features and Essays – Peter Turnley: Calcutta (The Online Photographer: 2010)
Features and Essays – Martin Parr: Black Country Stories (Photographer’s blog: November 2010)
Features and Essays – Marcus Bleasdale: Dear Obama: A Message from Victims of LRA (HRW: 2010)
Work in Progress – Matt Eich: Sin and Salvation in Baptist Town (Luceo blog: November 2010)
Articles / Interviews – Ed Ou: A Dozen Promising Photographers : The World Press Photo Joop Swart Masterclass (NYT Lens: November 2010)
Interviews – Zed Nelson (Professional Photographer: November 2010)
Interviews – Jeff Antebi (CNN: November 2010)
Reuters are taking quite a head start to all the Best of the Year selections we are going to see end of December and early January by having a preliminary selection on their Full Focus blog already…
Blogs – Reuters: Best of the Year (Reuters Full Focus blog: November 2010) Reuters photographers produce over half a million images every year. Some pictures define an event, others capture a moment revealing an aspect of the human condition. In the series below, Reuters photographers offer unique insight into some of our best pictures of the year.
Exhibitions – Gaza 2010 by Kai Wiedenhoefer in the Musée d´Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Youtube) Gaza 2010 – „The Book of Destruction“ : Exhibition in the Musée d´Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris from 4, November to 5, December featuring 82 color photographs of the aftermath of war in Gaza at the turn of 2009. The exhibit consist of two parts, destroyed buildings and war victims. The photographs were taken between November 2009 and May 2010.The accompanying book „The Book of Destruction“ is published by Steidl ISBN 978-3-86930-207-2.
Articles – Guardian: Photography so good it hurts (Guardian: November 2010) Susie Linfield says modern writers dismiss images of suffering. But photojournalism forms a basis for our human rights debates
Photographers – Arantxa Cedillo
Awards – Aperture announces Portfolio Prize finalists (Aperture: November 2010)
Awards – BJP: The Fujifilm Student Awards are back : Deadline: 28 February 2011 (BJP: November 2010)
Awards – Prize for Emilio Morenatti who was wounded in Afghanistan (Spainreview.net: November 2010)
Awards – TPW Alexandra Boulat Scolarship – The Winner of 2010 Scholarship is Alex Masi (TPW: 2010)
Very sad news…
RIP Mikko Hassan, alumni and scholarship recipient at Foundry Photo Workshop 2010 in Istanbul (Foundry: November 2010)
Tutorials – Photojournalism and Photography Techniques: Tips From Ed Kashi (Youtube)
Just passed 8,000 followers on Twitter for my @photojournalism. Thank you!