Sunday 27 March 2011
Paolo Pellegrin’s Libya Exodus work previously published in The New York Times Magazine, now on Magnum Photos website…the good news is, there are loads more frames…24 instead of just 10…and based on quick check, the NYT Mag slideshow had some frames that aren’t on Magnum feature, so there’s actually more than 14 previously unseen shots in this…
His tilt is so recognisable, don’t you think?
Features and Essays – Paolo Pellegrin: Scenes from Libyan Exodus (Magnum Photos: March 2011)
Kozyrev’s Libya work now on Lightbox…Some of the strongest work I’ve seen come out of the country…
Features and Essays – Yuri Kozyrev: Dispatch from Libya (TIME Lightbox: March 2011)
Panos Pictures coverage….”Panos photographers William Daniels, Fredrik Naumann, Jeroen Oerlemans, Sven Torfinn and Mads Nissen have covered the ongoing crisis in and around Libya”…
Features and Essays – Various Photographers: The Battle of Libya (Panos: March 2011)
Features and Essays – Thomas Dworzak: Postcard from Libya (New Yorker: March 2011)
Do also make sure to head over to Lightbox to see Christopher Morris’ updated Libya gallery…
Photo; Anja Niedringhaus/Associated Press
Features and Essays – NYT: Battle of Libya (NYT: March 2011)
From Vanity Fair….Pellegrin’s ‘heir’ – at least when it comes to tilting – Moises Saman…
Features and Essays – Moises Saman: Inside Qaddafi’s Libya (VF: March 2011)
Interviews – Moises Saman (VF: March 2011)
Interviews – Goran Tomasevic (NYT Lens: March 2011) Thirty Days on the Ground in Libya: Goran Tomasevic’s Extraordinary Month, in Pictures
Interviews – John Moore (PBS: March 2011) Photographer Reflects on ‘Epic’ Libya Battles, Revolution in the Arab World
Articles – TIME: The Backstory: First Person: A Single Frame from the Conclusion of the Allied Air Strike on Libya by Anja Niedringhaus (TIME: March 2011)
Some talk over at David Campbell’s blog about lack of multimedia from some of the otherwise recently well covered countries…
Articles – David Campbell: Missing multimedia: where are the stories from Egypt, Japan, and Libya? (DC blog: March 2011)
Articles – Fred Ritchin: The Meta-Newspaper (After Photography blog: March 2011)
Guardian’s Ghaith Abdul-Ahad spent 2 weeks in 1 of Gadhafi’s dungeons (via @marcusbleasdale)
Articles -Ghaith Abdul-Ahad: Inside Gaddafi’s brutal prison (Guardian: March 2011) While reporting the war in western Libya, award-winning Guardian correspondent Ghaith Abdul-Ahad was seized by Gaddafi’s militia. Here he describes two weeks inside the regime’s brutal prison system
Interviews – Q. Sakamaki on working in Cairo (The Villager: March 2011) “East Village photog survived Egypt beating, interrogations”
Interviews – John D McHugh on covering protests in Bahrain (BBC: March 2011)
Features and Essays – John Moore: Three Revolutions, One Photographer (Life.com: March 2011)
Mads Nissen’s World Press Photo prize winning series now on Panos website… Such a touching series..
Features and Essays – Mads Nissen: In the Name of Victoria (Panos: March 2011)
Features and Essays – Toshiki Senoue: The aftermath in Japan (FT Magazine: March 2011)
Features and Essays – NYT: Photos of Japan After Afterquake (NYT: March 2011)
Articles – Andrew Burton: Regarding Parachute Journalism (Photographer’s blog: March 2011)
Features and Essays – Justin Maxon: Transition to Spring (TIME LB: March 2011)
London saw huge protests against the government’s planned public service cuts yesterday. Nearly half a million people were reported to have attended the march through London and the rally in Hyde Park.
Guardian slideshow… some nice frames… don’t like the frame 7 though, with wide angle distortion…
Features and Essays – Guardian: Thousands march against spending cuts (Guardian: March 2011)
Features and Essays – Kadir van Lohuizen: Last Americans in Iraq (WP: March 2011)
Awards – The Bayeux Calvados Awards for War Correspondents is calling for entries for its annual contest (BJP: March 2011)
Grants – Eugene Smith Fund : Deadline 31 May 2011
Competitions – AOP Awards
Articles – BJP: BJP supports crowdfunding via Emphas.is (BJP: March 2011
Articles – Getty Images blog: Edwin Koo captures daily life in Pakistan’s Swat Valley (Getty blog: March 2011)
Articles – Reuters blog: Lucas Jackson: An arctic adventure (Reuters blog: March 2011)
Articles – Verve: Ben Roberts (Verve Photo: March 2011)
Articles – Guardian: Featured Photojournalist: Jim Lo Scalzo (Guardian: March 2011)
! Blogs – NYT Lens Blog: Digital Subscription Plan Begins March 28
Interviews – Bruce Davidson (Walesonline.co.uk: March 2011)
Interviews – Yvonne Venegas (BJP: March 2011)
Interviews – Amnon Gutman (e-photoreview: March 2011)
Events – Format Festival : Derby : ‘On the Concrete’ talk by Tom Wood : Venue: QUAD : 1 April : 18:30 – 20:30 : £10
Events – BJP and The Photographers’ Gallery’s social night is back at Barrio Central in London on Monday 28 March.
I noticed that The New York Times Magazine had an article about a young female football player – or as NYT Mag called her, a soccer player – and the stills were taken by Ben Lowy and Nadav Kander… There was a video to go along the piece, shot by photographer Jason Arthurs…
Photographers – Jason Arthurs
Photographers – Lindsay Blatt
Photographers – David Ellison
Photographers – Kristian Leven
The good people at duckrabbit are organising a workshop in Devon (southwest of England) in May….
Workshops – The Hinterlands Workshop by duckrabbit : 20-25 May 2011 : Devon, UK : “The Hinterlands photofilm workshop. It’s a chance to really get to grips with the art of photofilm production, whilst at the same time hanging out with some top people.” You can read about the workshop on BJP, here.
Movies – The Death of Kevin Carter
Prizes – Tessa Bunney wins “Best Overall Portfolio Prize” at Format Festival (foto8: March 2011)
! Equipment – My London based friend Conor O’Leary is selling his Canon EF24-70/2.8L. He is asking £700. I know it’s in excellent condition. Should be a great deal. If you are interested, you can get in touch with Conor by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And an end note… The blog just passed 600,000 all-time views earlier this week. Nice to know people find my one-man operation useful. Thank you for visiting!