Im sure many of you have already read this piece by the incredible Lynsey Addario, but just in case, it is not to be missed.. “The truth is, the difference between a studio photographer and a photojournalist is the same as the difference between a political cartoonist and an abstract […]
Archive for category: Photojournalism
When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? I didn’t know I wanted to be a professional photographer until relatively late – I was 26 or 27 years old, and had been on the path to be a writer but had gotten sidelined by corporate editorial […]
A note to anyone that may be interested, applications for the W. Eugene Smith grant are due by May 31st. I know there are a lot of grants out there, and even more people applying for them, but if this is relevant to your work you should definitely consider submitting.. […]
Intense series by Jerome Sessini on the city of Aleppo in Syria.. See it, here. When i come back from each trip, I am often asked what a warring city looks like. In this case, this relates to Aleppo. I feel a certain attraction for some cityscapes which have been […]
Oh so tempting..