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Tuesday 26 July 2011

Features and Essays

Newsweek printed a selection of Tim Hetherington’s final images last week in their July 25, issue…. (You can see the tear sheets here )…and on Monday they also put some of the photos online…

Tim Hetherington: Witness to War (Newsweek: July 2011) Libya

TIME magazine published their summer double issue last Friday. Issue is filled with great photography, including work by Nga, Nahr, Kozyrev, and Addario…

Nahr has the August 1-8 double issue cover of TIME Europe,Asia&South Pacific,which run Islam theme. U.S. edition has ‘Chore Wars’ on cover, which some of the magazine’s US readers might see as dumbing down…(see the covers bigger here)…

Reminded me of when Newsweek did this back in 2006…The rest of the world got a cover story about Afghanistan, and Americans got Annie Leibovitz…

Lightbox has some of the summer issue photos online…Addario from Saudi Arabia…

Lynsey Addario: Travels Through Islam: In Pursuit of Romance (TIME LB: July 2011)

Nahr has been travelling through Sahara…

Dominic Nahr: Travels Through Islam, The Sands and Waters of Time (TIME LB: July 2011)

Nga reports from Dadaab…

Jehad Nga: Haven and Hell: The World’s Largest Refugee Camp (TIME LB: July 2011)

Panos Pictures has a larger edit of Robin Hammond’s Dadaab series, first seen on Guardian website last week

Robin Hammond: Hunger Stalks the Horn (Panos: July 2011) Saw the above photo, from a MSF feeding center in Dadaab, being used by Save The Children in their emergency appeal…printed at least in today’s Guardian…see here

Fascinating North Korea series on MSNBC by David Guttenfelder…large edit too…

David Guttenfelder: Journey into North Korea (MSNBC: July 2011) Some extra frames and AP writer Jean H. Lee’s comments on the Lens blog.

Moises Saman went to Syria a week ago as the first western photographer to Hama for the New York Times…You can see 22 frames from the assignment on Magnum website…

Moises Saman: Syrian Dissidents (Magnum: July 2011) Interview on Lens blog

Ed Ou has been to Iraq for the International Red Cross…

Ed Ou: This is Iraq (Reportage by Getty Images: July 2011)

Lynsey Addario: South Sudan (VII Network: July 2011)

Adam Ferguson on VII Magazine…

Adam Ferguson: War is Boring (VII Magazine: July 2011)

Balazs Gardi: The War in Hipstamatic (Foreign Policy: July 2011) hipstas

Larger edit of Charles Ommanney’s series on General Petraeus published on Newsweek last week, is available on Reportage site…the below frame was used double spread to open the magazine article…

Charles Ommanney: Change of Command (Reportage by Getty Images: July 2011)

From this week’s Newsweek…

Ben Lowy: India’s Near Abroad (Newsweek: July 2011) hipstas

Pieter Hugo: Electronic Wasteland (Newsweek: July 2011).

Bryan Denton: Lack of Coordination Hampers Libya’s Rebels (NYT: July 2011)

Forgot to post this last week…Brent Stirton’s work in NGM August….

Brent Stirton: Malapa Fossils (NGM: August 2011)

Trevor Snapp: Sudan’s Nuba People Flee Attacks (Global Post: July 2011) More on Snapp’s archive

Alixandra Fazzina: Pakistan’s Climate Refugees (NOOR: July 2011)

Eric Bouvet: Shousha Refugee Camp (VII Network: July 2011)

Quite remarkable photos for an 18-year old…or anyone really…

Jošt Franko : The Young Slovenian (TIME LB: July 2011)

Mark Redondo: New Threat on the Way North (WSJ: July 2011)

Michela Pandolfi: Morocco’s First Female Taxi Drive (Parallero Zero: July 2011)

David Degner: Cairo’s Permanent Revolution (Bagnewsnotes: July 2011) text by Alia Malek

David Gray: A Day at the Devon County Show (Foto8: July 2011)

Sarah Rice: A Place Apart (Blurb: 2011)

Interviews

PDN have put up a great series of interviews called Heroes&Mentors…

Don McCullin interview by Eugene Richards (PDN: July 2011)

Stephen Shore  interviewed by Gregory Crewdson (PDN: July 2011)

Eli Reed interviewed by Wayne Lawrence  (PDN: July 2011)

Tina Barney interview by Gillian Laub (PDN: July 2011)

Do check this out…

Peter Bouckaert/Human Rights Watch talks about lost Libyan picture archive he discovered with Tim Hetherington (Guardian: July 2011)

Micha Bar- Am (Haaretz: July 2011)

Pieter Hugo : Permanent Error (PDN: July 2011)

Chris Boot (La Lettre: July 2011)

BBC journalists reflect on the nature of war reporting (Frontline Club: July 2011)

Adam Dean and Jake Price (Vimeo: 2011)

Michael P. King (NPPA Visual Student blog: June 2011)

Daniel Cuthbert (10and5.com: July 2011)

Articles

Gilraj Singh: In The Face of Famine (Reuters photo blog: July 2011)

Related…

Guardian: Consciences awakened by the camera (Guardian: July 2011) Debates about the ethics of famine photography miss the point. By seeing pictures of suffering, we are spurred into action

David Campbell: Thinking Images v.15: Syria, social media and photojournalism (DC blog: July 2011)

Guardian: Featured Photojournalist: Behrouz Mehri (Guardian: July 2011)

Penny De Los Santos: A Tribute to My Mentor at National Geographic, Susan Smith (Photographer’s blog: July 2011)

Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade (PhotoIreland Festival: July 2011)

John Stanmeyer: The Soundtrack of Assignments (Photographer’s blog: July 2011)

James Hill: Artist? Journalist? Vestige? (NYT Lens: July 2011) Arles 2011

Lisa Pritchard: Ask an Agent : Writing a photography brief and clarifies a usage condundrum (LPA blog: July 2011)

Guardian: Nan Goldin’s Best Shots (Guardian: July 2011)

NYT: Georgia Frees 4 Photographers Held as Spies for Russia (NYT: July 2011)

Amateur Photographer: Icons of Photography: D Day Landing by Robert Capa (Amateur Photographer: March 2011)

David Burnett: Adieux My Flying Friends (Photographer’s blog: July 2011)

BJP: The V&A Museum in London is going to open a new permanent photography gallery (BJP: July 2011)

BJP: Higher state: Photography apprenticeships as an alternative to traditional degrees (BJP: July 2011)

A Photo Editor: Cold Calling (APE: July 2011)

Chris Floyd: One hundred and forty characters (Photographer’s blog: July 2011)

Verve: Ian Martin (Verve Photo: July 2011)

Videos

Do watch this if you haven’t already…Team of photographers hit the streets of London in June as part of the The London Street Photography Festival to test the policing of public and private spaces by security firms and their reaction to photographers…

London Street Photography: Stand Your Ground (Youtube: 2011)

Zachary Canepari and Drea Cooper: Aquadettes (Panos: July 2011)

Finding Vivian Mayer trailer

Awards and Compeitions

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2011

Picture the Difference : Photo competition raising money for Action Aid

Creative Review Photography Annual 2011

Resources

Photography and International Conflict : Resources on documentation of wars, conflicts and human rights issues (via @davidc7)

Photographers 

Nichole Sobecki

Laura Lean

Juho Kuva

Penny De Los Santos

Festivals

Heading to Perpignan? I’m gonna be there from Sunday 28 August…

photo: Yuri Kozyrev

Teaser of Visa Pour l’Image 2011 on the festival’s website….

Agencies and Organisations

World Press Photo launched a new website

Noor newsletter July 2011

EventsHere Press Book Launch  Party : Seba Kurtis: Drowned : Cafe Oto, London : 8 August

Exhibitions 

Press Photographer’s Year 2011 exhibition open National Theatre London

To finish off…

Would you work for free? An illustrator responds… (via @Russian_Photos)

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

July 26, 2011 at 11:15 am

Posted in photojournalism