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Thursday 20 January 2011

I was reading the latest TIME magazine issue on the plane on Monday, and it had Shaul Schwartz’ photos from Haiti…only two (!) though, so it was nice to see there’s a slideshow on the website….The ones printed were this one below and slide 11/13.

Features and Essays – Shaul Schwarz: Haiti One Year Later (TIME: January 2011)

I know how some people and media feel a bit iffy about considering White House Photographer Pete Souza’s work to be used in journalism due to his official status, but he sure can take a mean picture…

Features and Essays – Pete Souza: Obama’s First Two Year’s in Office (TIME: January 2011) Chief Official White House photographer Pete Souza shares his favorite images from his coverage of the first half of the Obama administration. An intimate, behind-the-scenes look at the multilayered world of the President.

Features and Essays – Alec Soth: Portraits From a Job-Starved City (New York Times Magazine: January 2011) Rockford, Ill

I saw New Statesman’s Photo Editor Rebecca McClelland post this earlier on Facebook…This must be the first ever link to New Statesman here on Photojournalism Links…I used to be an avid reader of the magazine back in the day when I was still studying politics. They didn’t have many photos back then, though. I think Rebecca is actually the magazine’s first ever PE.

Features and Essays – Alixandra Fazzina: Soldiers, rebels and unlikely heroes (New Statesman: January 2011) Pakistan

David Arnott, who moved from his editor job at Panos Pictures to take a new role as multimedia producer at Msnbc in the new year, sent me this…

Features and Essays – Majid Saeedi: Scars of War: Mine Victims (MSNBC: January 2011) Afghanistan

Articles – BJP: UNESCO, French government call for investigation of Lucas Dolega’s death (BJP: January 2011)

Articles – NYT Lens: A ‘Liberated’ Joao Silva Takes In the Sights (NYT Lens: January 2011)

Articles – Nieman Lab: Alan Taylor brings “Big Picture” prowess to The Atlantic (Nieman Lab: January 2011)

Interviews – Sébastien Van Malleghem (NYT Lens: January 2011) Van Malleghem’s website

Features and Essays – Amnon Gutman: An Israeli Photographer Among Palestinians (NYT Lens: January 2011)

Movies – NME: Gemma Arterton to star in Robert Capa biopic (NME: January 2011) Michael Mann will direct the story of the war photographers life

Couple of pieces from late December that I never had the time to share on the blog before the break….

Features and Essays 2010 – TIME: Photojournalism at the Crossroads (TIME: December 2010) From last of Kodachrome to iPhone,analog&digi responses to changing landscape

Features and Essays 2010 – Dominic Nahr: Southern Sudan on the Eve of the Referendum (TIME: December 2010) Volatile region prepares to vote on its independence

Features and Essays 2010 – Guardian: Pictures of the Year 2010 (Guardian: December 2010) Adrees Latif’s photo http://bit.ly/fimrun from Pakistan, must be one of the most memorable

Features and Essays – WSJ: Photos of the year 2010 (WSJ: December 2010)

Features and Essays – Tim Freccia: George Clooney in Sudan (TIME: December 2010)

Articles – A Photo Editor:  Chicago Nanny Discovered To Be Master Street Photographer (APE: December 2010)

Interviews Matt Lutton and Rachel Hulin (Wonderful Machine: December 2010)

And finally…

Workshops Austin Center for Photography : Maggie Steber Workshop :  February 26 to March 2, 2011 : “Reinventing Your Photographic Storytelling
A five-day shooting workshop with Maggie Steber”

Big thanks to all the people who sent me nice messages on Twitter welcoming me back from my break…

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

January 20, 2011 at 5:53 pm

Posted in photojournalism