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Burtynsky: Oil

"Shocking with beauty" - The washington Post "The definitive photographic documentation of this hotly debated subject" - Paul Roth

Reuters - The Wider Image

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The Wider Image is an entirely new interactive experience from Reuters, the world's largest news agency. Get the wider story. Transform the way you see. This immersive app, created exclusively for the iPad, reimagines news photography and brings images and information to life.

Life and death in Aleppo (PHOTOS) | GlobalPost

Earlier this week, I was filming a feature on life on the frontlines of Aleppo, Syria. I was camping out with the men of Noor Den al-Zenke batallion, who man a two-block stretch of back streets that now forms the final line between government troops and opposition forces.

World Press Photo

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World Press Photo is committed to supporting and advancing high standards in photojournalism and documentary photography worldwide. We strive to generate wide public interest in and appreciation for the work of photographers and for the free exchange of information.

The Pulitzer Prizes | Craig F. Walker The story of Scott Ostrom

In today's community of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans, one in five suffer from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or major depression. Brian Scott Ostrom is one of them. After serving four years as a reconnaissance marine and deploying twice to Iraq, Scott, now 27, returned home to the U.S. with a severe case of PTSD. "The most important part of my life already happened. The most devastating. The chance to come home in a box. Nothing is ever going to compare to what I've done, so I'm struggling to be at peace with that," Scott said. He attributes his PTSD to his second deployment to Iraq, where he served seven months in Fallujah with the 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion. "It was the most brutal time of my life," he said. "I didn't realize it because I was living it. It was a part of me." Since his discharge, Scott has struggled with daily life, from finding and keeping employment to maintaining healthy relationships. But most of all, he's struggled to overcome his brutal and haunting memories of Iraq. Nearly five years later, Scott remains conflicted by the war. Though he is proud of his service and cares greatly for his fellow Marines, he still carries guilt for things he did and didn't do fighting a war he no longer believes in.


RØDE Microphones - VideoMic Pro

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MSF Photo Blog

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Médecins Sans Frontières photo blog

North Korea parade marks 65 years of reclusive state's rule | World news |

North Korea parade marks 65 years of reclusive state's rule / 10 October 2010: The Guardian's Dan Chung covers North Korea's lavish military parade

Originals — BagNews

progressive site dedicated to visual politics and the analysis of news images


Hiroji Kubota

"I love beautiful things, and I want to make pictures that lift people's spirits. I see the giving and receiving of photographs as something beautiful and personal."

Japan (signed) by Kubota, Hiroji :

Modern Japan, the second largest economy in the world, is a land of contradictions. Home to some of the most sophisticated technology and manufacturing, it also has communities whose daily life has changed little in the last five hundred years. It is a land of great beauty, both in the landscape and in its celebrations, festivals, and traditional arts.


Currently works as a freelance within the world of design, advertising photography and photojournalism.

Behind the Scenes of LENS :: digitalartwork – Multimedia Journalism

A few people have been asking me how the LENS Blog on The New York Times site came to be and what software it was built on. I thought I’d shed a little light on the development process and answer some of these questions.

Magnum photographs: The hidden face of caring | Life and style | The Guardian

Take a handful of Britain's six million carers and their families, add a Magnum photographer and what do you get? A moving, intimate record of the relationships involved

The Berlin Wall: 20 Years Later - The Berlin Wall Through Time - Interactive Feature -

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SNAKING ALONG, cutting through fields and streets, yards and gardens, the 28-mile-long Berlin Wall stood as a border between East and West Berlin from 1961 to 1989. That all changed on Nov. 9, 1989, when an inexact translation, a confused border guard and a natural longing for a better life opened a hole in that wall that would eventually end the Cold War. Related Coverage | Article

Ian Fisher - American Soldier | The Denver Post | From Basic Training to Iraq and Back | Photos, Videos, Extras

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Photographs by Denver Post photojournalist Craig F. Walker track Ian FIsher from high school graduation through basic training, assignment to Colorado's Fort Carson and a year-long deployment in Iraq.

“Le socle du webdocumentaire, c’est la photo”

Matthieu Mondoloni est journaliste multimédia aux Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace. Avec son collègue Pierre France, il a réalisé un webdocumentaire sur une maraude. Munis d’une caméra, d’un dictaphone, d’un appareil photo et d’un bloc notes, ils ont suivi une équipe de la ville de Strasbourg, de 19h à 2h du matin, à la rencontre des sans-abri. Matthieu et Pierre ont monté deux versions : un premier “collage multimédia” pour les DNA, et une deuxième réalisation, plus aboutie, qu’ils ont présentée au premier prix du webdocumentaire, organisé par RFI et France 24. Leur travail a été récompensé à l’occasion du 21e festival Visa pour l’image de Perpignan. Samuel Bollendorff, président du jury, a voulu encourager les DNA, premier quotidien régional à se lancer dans l’aventure du webdocumentaire. Matthieu répond à trois questions sur cette expérience, qu’il ne demande qu’à renouveler.

Ami Vitale | Photography

Best known for her cultural documentation, Ami Vitale has received recognition from World Press Photos, Photographer of the Year International, The Lucie Awards and the South Asian Journalists Association presented her with the Daniel Pearl Award for outstanding reporting. She has been named Magazine Photographer of the Year by the National Press Photographers Association, and Photo District News recognized her as one of 30 image makers of the future.

DSLR News Shooter is dedicated to the use of the latest HD-dSLRs like the Canon Eos5DmkII, 7D and Nikon D300s for news, documentary and factual shooting. Run by working news shooter Dan Chung it should be a place for professionals, educators, students and industry figures to discuss the practice and the art of cinematic in documenting the real world.

Photojournalist Danfung Dennis: How I cover the Afghanistan war with the 5DmkII « DSLR News Shooter

Danfung has been producing incredible work from Afghanistan where he works as an embedded photojournalist. His filming is both editorially and visually compelling – especially given the extreme conditions under which he works. He is currently working on his own documentary, “Battle for Hearts and Minds”, as well as having his footage featured on PBS Frontline. This is his first post about his technique for

Welcome to the World Press Photo Contest Archive

For over fifty years the World Press Photo contest has captured images of our times. Our archive of winning photos is not only a record of more than half a century of human history, but a showcase of successive styles in photography and reportage. The archive gallery comprises some 10,000 images. It includes photos that have become icons, by some of the leading names in the profession. World Press Photo has put them online with the aim of sharing our knowledge, resources and experience with the widest possible network. This site was made possible with the support of the Mondriaan Foundation and VSB Foundation.

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