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PUBLIC MARKS with tag photographie

June 2012

PhotoME - Exif, IPTC & ICC Metadata Editor

by gregg
Pour éviter les problèmes d'édition des données IPTC Une fois lancé, paramétrez le comme suit : préférences > options > Page de code pour le texte IPTC > choisir unicode (UTF-8) Ensuite, vous pouvez faire un drag&drop du fichier dans le logiciel pour éditer les données.

May 2012

Associative publishing house : ÉDITIONS FP&CF

by gregg
The Éditions Frédéric Pierre & Camille Françoise / Éditions FP&CF is an associativ and independent publishing house based in Paris, France. We publish the participative fanzine "Tell mum everything is ok" and some zines and art books. Specialized in photography and limited editions, we also run a riso studio near Paris. The Studio FP&CF is a graphic laboratory specializes in artists' books and photography. The Editions FP&CF is also a collective identity composed by Claire Schvartz, Maxime Milanesi and all the people who help and participate to the creation of our editorial productions.

John Vink | Quest for Land

by gregg (via)
"Quest for Land" is a comprehensive photoreportage about land issues in Cambodia over a time span of more than 10 years.


by gregg
1 week, 1 picture, 1 song : trois mots pour décrire le concept du site. Ouvrez grand vos yeux et vos oreilles, des portraits, des situations du quotidien, des détails insolites, des événements… bref des scènes de vie défilent au click de la souris, le tout agrémenté de musique pop, rock, électro ou hip hop. Un travail en binôme de David Basso et Jérôme Echenoz qui font résonner l’image et lui donnent une certaine profondeur. Capturée est le nouveau juke-box version photo. Photographies et design du site par David Basso Sélection de la musique par Jérôme Echenoz

Magnum Foundation: Emergency Fund

by gregg
The Emergency Fund supports experienced photographers with a commitment to documenting social issues, working long-term, and engaging with an issue over time. Projects address critical global issues that have not received the attention they deserve, or budding crises that are still over the horizon. Photographers retain the copyright to their work and distribute it widely: through traditional and new media, in collaboration with nonprofits or NGOs, and on the Emergency Fund website.


by gregg
From his airy studio in the heart of San Francisco's Mission district, photographer Michael Shindler is quietly putting a little "soul-stealing" back into the act of picture taking. Asking his subjects to sit still for a one-off tintype portrait,

April 2012

Tomasz Lazar photography

by gregg
Born in 1985. Studied IT at Zachodniopomirski University of Technology. Emerging young documentary photographer born in Szczecin. Studying photography at European Academy of Photography and making his diploma under the guidance of Izabela Jarszewska and Tomasz Tomaszewski.


by p.fassier & 14 others
Albums photos de Ari Versluis et Ellie Uyttenbroek pour Le monde Magazine sur les uniformes de la diversité. Costumes, identités, diversité, mimétisme, tendances, pluralité...

March 2012

Why Multimedia (does not) suck – an answer to Mike Davis

by gregg
While Mike has several valid and well argued points, I don’t agree with his basic premise, that Multimedia/web documentaries lose in storytelling. Here’s my answer, Mike. Thanks for being ambitious on the behalf of online storytelling – not many picture editors are!

Does story telling lose in multimedia?

by gregg
This will be the first time I’ve written about multimedia here. What prompts this first? I’ve judged a couple competitions lately so had to suffer through a bunch of multimedia pieces as part of the process. Given a choice, I avoid multimedia like the plague. Why? Because most of it sucks. Even the name sucks. A newspaper or magazine or book is multi media: words, design, photography, printing. Even radio is multi media: words and music.