The Value of Photo Editors

Nice piece over at National Geographic on the relationship between photo editors and photojournalists. This is a relationship we all need to understand, need to take advantage of and/or need to find for ourselves.

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The Image, Deconstructed Workshop

High on my list of events I want to get to is The Image, Deconstructed Workshop out in Colorado: THE IMAGE, DECONSTRUCTED workshop is an immersive weekend photographic experience. Attendees are welcome from all skills levels. The workshop will be held at The Denver Post in downtown Denver, Colorado. Our faculty is comprised of award-winning […]

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McCullin in Kolkata

Yes, this is a PR piece from Canon Europe. Yes, it’s designed to get you interested in spending many, many dollars on Canon gear. But it’s Don McCullin talking about the way he makes images while he makes images in Kolkata.

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Look Versus Feel

The New York Times’ Todd Heisler writes about covering tragic events like the church shooting in Texas. Because of this, it is important to make images that go beyond grief and crime scenes. Step back. Give a sense of place. Show not just what a scene looks like but, more important, what it feels like.  […]

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Becoming an Insider

Dave Burnett / ON ASSIGNMENT on PBS 1982 from RelishMIX on Vimeo. This is a wonderful interview from 35 years ago with David Burnett where he talks a bit about his experiences during the Iranian revolution and more on a package he did on Dallas during the reign of the TV show, Dallas. I like […]

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Ready for Anything

The Associated Press’ Lauren Easton talked with photojournalist Jacquelyn Martin about the photo of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the sheet of dollar bills not carrying his name. We don’t orchestrate these things. As a photojournalist, I show up and photograph what happens in front of me. You really have to be ready for anything […]

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On Why Journalists Need Access

The Washington Post’s David Nakamura takes a look at the photo(s) posted by The New York Times’ Doug Mills of the presidents visit to Manila. .@realDonaldTrump joins other leaders in a handshake with President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, right, during the opening ceremony of the 31st ASEAN Summit pic.twitter.com/mfqTU8AmUr — Doug Mills (@dougmillsnyt) November 13, 2017 […]

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