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Thursday 27 January 2011

Really enjoyed David Burnett’s blog article ‘Adios Amigo’ about Kodakchrome, a link to which I posted on Tuesday. Also liked the below Newsweek gallery of photos taken on the film by different Magnum photographers….Didn’t know there was a colour ‘version’ of this black and white Bruce Davidson photo from (Port Talbot?) Wales…which was part of Davidson’s monograph Outside Inside, published by Steidl last year….

The same scene on Kodakchrome…

I wonder how common it was to shoot for instance both Tri-x and Kodakchrome simultaneously? Which one of Davidson’s photos do you prefer?

Features and Essays – Magnum Photos photographers: Kodakchrome’s Color-Drenched Life (Newsweek: January 2011

More from Newsweek…

Features and Essays – Lynsey Addario: Sudan: On the Verge of Peace? (Newsweek: January 2011)

So many great new essays on Panos Pictures’ features page… too many to link to all of them… check them out here.

This is the latest…

Features and Essays – Karla Gachet & Ivan Kashinsky: Condor vs Bull (Panos Pictures: January 2011)

AgenciesPanos Pictures : Call for submissions : Just over one month to go before the deadline – 1 March 2011 – for submissions for new photographers to apply to join Panos Pictures (Panos Pictures: 2011)

Cairo based photographer David Degner has been covering this week’s anti-goverment protests for Wall Street Journal…

Features and Essays – David Degner: Egyptian Protestors Call for Mubarak’s Ouster (WSJ: January 2011)

Found via @paullowe

Features and Essays – Joel Sternfeld: iDubai (Daylight Magazine: November 2010)

Features and Essays – Andy Spyra: Unending Echoes of the Bosnian War (NYT Lens: January 2011)

Great blog article on DVAfoto on embedding…

Articles – DVAfoto: The Medevac Stories, with Daniel Etter (DVAfoto: January 2011)

Radio – BBC World Service: Open Eye (BBC: January 2011) What sort of relationships do photographers form with the people that are the subject of their pictures? The bond can be an emotional one because the theme is often highly charged.
In this BBC World Service documentary series, two photographers reveal their stories – one of hope and grief, and the other a tale of racial tension.

Articles – Guardian: Darcy Padilla’s Julie Project: when photography becomes humanitarian (Guardian: January 2011) Darcy Padilla’s award-winning 18-year project documents the life and death of one woman, capturing in miniature the plight of America’s ‘permanent poor’

Articles – Guardian: Vivian Maier’s extraordinary photographs of Chicago and New York (Guardian: January 2011) Chicago nanny Vivian Maier died in 2009, leaving behind 100,000 negatives that no one but she had ever seen. Her work was discovered by chance, and now the photographs she took on her days off are being hailed as ‘ranking up there’ with the best in 20th-century street photography

Articles – NYT Lens: Moises Saman : Photographer Attacked by Police in Tunisia (NYT Lens: January 2011)

Tutorials – BJP: 11 Tips for 2011: Word Association (BJP: January 2011)

Another great BJP series….Ask an Agent…

Articles/Tutorials – BJP: Lisa Pritchard: Ask an Agent: Where can you get commissions? (BJP: January 2011)

Tutorials – PhotoShelter: 10 Secrets to Successfull Online Photo Portfolios (PS: January 2011)

Blogs – 500 Photographers: Photographer Aaron Huey (January 2011)

Crow funding….

Articles – David Campbell: Learning from Larry: what crowd funding photojournalism means and how to do it better (David Campbell blog: January 2011)

Articles – Jorg Colberg: Crowd Funding (Conscientious: January 2011)

Actual crowd funding appeals…

Crowd funding Gerd Ludwig : The Long Shadow of Chernobyl (Kickstarter)

Crowd funding Ashley Gilbertson: Bedrooms of the Fallen (Kickstarter)

Related….

InterviewsChristoph Bangert (Emphas.is: January 2011)

This blog is hilarious!

BlogsShit Photojournalists like

More humour…

Blogs – Travel Photographer: An Essay on Photojournalists’ Scarves…Or Not (TP: January 2011)

Grants Emerging Photographer Fund 2011 – Call for Entries : Deadline for entry is May 1, 2011 (burn: January 2011)

Grants The Aftermath Project : Sahrawi Grant : coverage of the Sahrawi people, is made possible by a generous partnership with the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. We will be awarding $65,000 in grants. See application for details. DEADLINE MARCH 25, 2011.

Grants/ Scholarships Alexandra Boulat Scholarship : Deadline 31 May 2011

Articles – BJP: Oscar nomination for Hetherington’s Restrepo (BJP: January 2011)

Interviews Tim Hetherington (Msnbc: January 2011)

Interviews Peter DiCampo (BJP: January 2011)

Interviews Diana Markosian (NYT Lens: January 2011)

Interviews and Talks Broomberg and Chanarin (Photographers’ Vimeo: 2010)

Found via @agaluczakowska

Interviews Juergen Teller (Youtube)

Exhibitions – DMB Space (London): Simon Roberts : “POLYARNYE NOCHI” : 26th January – 11th March 2011

Exhibitions – Flowers Gallery (London) : Edward Burtynsky: Gulf Oil Spill & Pentimento : 12 January – 05 February 2011

Articles – Denver Post: On War: Joe Rosenthal & Iwo Jima (Denver Post: 2010)

ArticlesAfghan Photographer Wahidy Shoots Through the Burka (Womens Enews: 2011)

Pictures of the year 2010 by Human Rights Watch….

Features and Essays – Human Right Watch: 2010 in Photos (HRW: 2011)

WorkshopsStreet Photography Workshops with Peter Turnley : Buenos Aires: Jan 9–15, 2011 Rio-Carnival: Mar 1–8, 2011 Seville: Apr 17-23, 2011 Paris: May 15-21, 2011 New York: May 29-Jun 4, 2011 Istanbul: Jun 19-25, 2011 New York: Aug 14-20, 2011 Paris: Sep 4-11, 2011 Prague: Oct 2-8, 2011 Venice: Oct 23-29, 2011

PhotographersSerge van Cauwenbergh

Twitter Marcus Bleasdale

Agencies VII Photo January 2011 Newsletter

Articles – Hans Durrer: Cruel Radiance (Writer’s blog: 2011)

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

January 27, 2011 at 1:57 pm

Posted in photojournalism