Videographer Shot by Oakland Police

The video below is pretty shocking. Scott Campbell was recording Oakland (California) police officers who were at the Occupy Wall Street protests when … well … watch the video: The Huffington Post has the story, along with a link to an interview Campbell did with Keith Olbermann. The Mercury News also has an interview with […]

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Life In A Day Now Online

In July 2010, Ridley Scott and Tony Scott teamed up to ask people around the world to shoot videos of their day. Partnering with YouTube, the entire 90+ minute video is now online. From the 4,500 hours of video, from 192 countries, this is the story of July 24, 2010 – now available online at […]

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Herding (Very Talented, Very Famous) Cats

That’s the only way to describe this footage (pixelage?) of Rene Burri shooting the group portrait at the Magnum Annual General Meeting. Magnum Annual General Meeting 2011 from Magnum in Motion on Vimeo. (Thanks to Greg Mironchuk for the link.)

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Digital Literacy

I have been hanging out down at the Poynter Institute for their Teachapalooza conference. Just finished up a talk about the Digital Literacy videos I created for our students last year … and I suspect a lot of folks are now trying to remember where they are … so, you can click here or hit […]

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