40 Amazing Online Photography Magazines Advertisement Whatever country we live in, we’re probably all familiar with the well-known photography magazines available in our newsagents and bookstores. The UK has Practical Photography, France has Photo, the Italians have Zoom and the Americans have American Photo.
Start Here - Eric Kim Street Photography Blog Eric Kim is a photography teacher currently based in Berkeley, California. His life’s mission is to create as much “open source photography” during his short tenure on earth. Current Projects Here is what I have going on as of Monday, Nov 18, 2015, @ 1:30pm: AP Images Blog Photos by David Guttenfelder When North Korea opens its doors, it does so for a reason. So it was when the authoritarian government granted permission for a road trip so extensive that few North Koreans — let alone a pair of American journalists — could imagine taking it. We drove 2,150 kilometers (1,336 miles) in a country that has barely 25,000 kilometers of road, and only 724 kilometers of those paved. By the time we returned to the capital a week later, our Chinese-made Great Wall SUV had a few new scratches and one less hubcap.
OpenLeaks - LeakDirectory From LeakDirectory OpenLeaks.org is a current work in progress by former WikiLeaks.org people, including [Domscheit-Berg] with the intention of providing a whistleblowing infrastructure for local whistleblowers and the mainstream media and non-governmental organisations, without the controversy associated with Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.org They should have much to contribute in terms of computer infrastructure security, anonymity and scalability experience, but their system, like that of Wikileaks.org / WikiLeaks.ch itself, is not currently accepting any whistleblower submissions. See Andy Greenberg's article: OpenLeaks Announces A Test Launch, Invites 3,000 Hackers To Attack It Domscheit-Berg argues that leaking sites’ security measures don’t need to be as tight as WikiLeaks were during Domscheit-Berg’s time with the group – they need to be tighter.
Telex Iran "Telex Iran" is an extraordinarily personal document of a public event. The photographs Gilles Peress took over a five-week period during 1979-1980 focus on the seizure of the American embassy and a number of hostages in Teheran by student proxy groups of the new Iranian regime. However, the book forms neither a study nor an analysis of that singular event. About us » BLUR MAGAZINE - Free PDF Photo Magazine BLUR magazine is an international e-magazine founded in 2007 with the mission to promote creative photography worldwide. It represents a meeting place for photographers, both prominent professionals and talented amateurs yet to be discovered, and photography lovers from around 190 countries. Copyright info ©2013 Blur magazine All content and other materials on this website, including texts, graphics, pictures and other files are the proprietary property of Blur Magazine, authors, contributors or users and are protected by international copyright and other intellectual property laws.
See How Solar Energy Can Change Lives Ko Win Zaw Oo is a 38-year-old fisherman living in a small village called Lui Pan Sone in eastern Burma. Early each morning, the father of two boards his small boat to go fishing. His daily catch, as well as his second day job, help sustain his family. Earlier this year, however, his life changed when he received a solar panel from the United Nations’ Habitat program.
dream me up Joel Sternfeld “Wet’n Wild Aquatic Theme Park, Orlando, Florida, September 1980” (1980) (source) “McLean, Virginia, December 1978” (1978) Le labo médias de l'école de journalisme de Sciences Po Crédit: Flickr/CC/jakerust W.I.P. demande à des invités de donner leur point de vue. Ici, Michael Shapiro, professeur à l’Ecole de journalisme de Columbia, à New York, qui vient d’écrire un livre intitulé “Tales from the great disruption”, fait le point sur la “valeur” des informations à l’heure des paywalls. En anglais.
Julie Saul Gallery - Sarah Anne Johnson - Wonderlust Kissing Gold, 2013 chromogenic print with gold leaf 16" x 20" Wrinkles, 2012 chromogenic print with oil mediums 28 x 42 inches Splatter Paint, 2013 chromogenic print with oil paint 30" x 44" Sparkles III, 2013 chromogenic print with glitter 28" x 42" Happy Bubble, 2013 sanded chromogenic print with photospotting ink 28 x 42" Burnt, 2013 burned chromogenic print 28" x 42" Dripping Rainbow, 2013 chromogenic print with photospotting ink 28 x 42" Green Room (Scratched Cloud), 2013 incised chromogenic print 27 7/8" x 41 7/8" Sad Clown, 2013 chromogenic print with oil paint 30" x 20" Puzzle Pieces, 2013 collaged chromogenic print 30" x 20" Monster, 2013 chromogenic print with oil paint and gold leaf 20" x 16" Green Room II, 2013 incised chromogenic print 14" x 9 1/4" Crackle, 2013 chromogenic print with acrylic paint 10 x 6 5/8" Scratches, 2013 ripped and incised chromogenic print 29 1/8" x 20"
LensCulture Portrait Awards 2015 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL PROJECTIONS • INDUSTRY INSIDER EXPOSURE • $22,000 in Awards 8 days, 20:29:03 hours remaining Seeking the New Photographic Portrait The Berlin Wall, 25 Years After the Fall - In Focus This weekend, Germany will observe the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The German Democratic Republic (East Germany) began erecting the barrier in 1961, building on existing checkpoints, and fortified it over nearly 30 years: The initial waist-high wooden gates gave way to massive concrete structures with buffer zones known as "death strips." The Berlin Wall was intended to halt the steady stream of defections from the Eastern Bloc; during its existence, only about 5,000 people managed to cross over, escaping into West Berlin. More than 100 are believed to have been killed in the attempt, most shot by East German border guards. In 1989, waves of protest in East Berlin and a flood of defections through neighboring Hungary and Czechoslovakia led the government to finally allow free passage across the border. West German citizens swarmed the wall, pulling parts of it down with hammers and machinery, an act that set the stage for Germany's reunification. [36 photos]
Eugene Richards: Trust yields photos with emotion - Global Journalist Award-winning photographer Eugene Richards’s specialty is intimacy. “I usually don’t photograph something that I can’t touch,” he says. For more than 50 years, Richards established personal relationships with the people he photographed. That’s no small feat given the subjects he’s covered, which include drug addiction, poverty and cancer. The personal nature of his photographs leaves viewers full of emotion and forces them to confront uncomfortable issues. Richards shared his experiences at the Missouri School of Journalism Oct. 28, when he was awarded a Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service to Journalism.