Tagged: photojournalism

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Trading Pixels: Shantanu Starick

While many photographers are struggling with how to make a living from their craft, Shantanu Starick is just living. Since 2012, the Australian photographer has been bartering his services for food, shelter and transportation...

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The Golden Land: Chris Leskovsek

“After 24 hours, I arrive in Yangon. The smells, the dust, and the extreme hot and humid conditions are some of the things that I won’t forget very easily.” – Chris Leskovsek One of the...

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The Signs of Life: Daniel Zakharov

Late last year, we featured the work of Daniel Zakharov in an installment of Five For Friday for his series Modern Wilderness. Recently, Daniel completed a new series of 200 photographs called The Signs of Life,...

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Touching Stories Of Teddy Bears

I was never what you would call short on toys growing up. My parents – especially my mom – rarely missed an opportunity to keep me well-stocked with Hot Wheels, Lego, slot cars and,...

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Five For Friday #116

“Everyone has talent. What’s rare is the courage to follow it to the dark places where it leads.” ― Erica Jong Nearly 100 years ago, Arthur Mole and John D. Thomas created a series...

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A Record Of Real Life: Nan Goldin

“I knew from a very early age, that what I saw on TV had nothing to do with real life. So I wanted to make a record of real life. That included having a...

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Five For Friday #115

“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.” – William G.T. Shedd Driving from Southern California through the desert to Arizona you’ll pass through a very small town called Ludlow,...

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Nomads Of The Sea: James Morgan

Scientists estimate that the population of planet Earth will top 9 billion by 2040 and 11 billion by 2050. Often, when I think about these type of figures, I am reminded of something Carl...

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Dreaming With Open Eyes: Ernst Haas

“You become things, you become an atmosphere, and if you become it, which means you incorporate it within you, you can also give it back. You can put this feeling into a picture. A...

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The Seventh Dog: Danny Lyon [Review]

My first introduction to the work of Danny Lyon was with a portfolio filled with images of outlaw bikers, prison inmates and illegal aliens, so when I sat down to read The Seventh Dog, his new book...