Archive for category: Photojournalism

Tom Stoddart: Women of Sarajevo Revisited

Tom Stoddart: Women of Sarajevo Revisited

This past April was the 20th anniversary of the beginning of the Siege of Sarajevo. Tom Stoddart’s went back to photograph many of the people he had photographed 20 years ago. When a photographer goes back to a site, to a person, to me at least, and especially when the […]

Ed Kashi on home

Ed Kashi on home

Just finished watching this video with Ed Kashi, on the notion of home through journal entries to his wife, on the VII Magazine site. “Home is fleeting for me right now..”

10 minutes with Jean-Marc Caimi

10 minutes with Jean-Marc Caimi

When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? I have been taking pictures from a very young age, thanks to my father who has always been a passionate and good family photographer. But it was when I was on my twenties that I realized that taking […]

James Nachtwey in Japan

James Nachtwey in Japan

James Nachtwey photographs Minori-kai, a facility for the disabled in Natori Japan, one year later, for TIME. See the slideshow and read the text, here.    

Eugene Richards ‘War is Personal’

Eugene Richards ‘War is Personal’

TIME LightBox followed up with Eugene Richards one year after posting about his book War is Personal. Read it, here.. “..Richards, who already began two new projects in the past year, says he tries not to revisit stories after he finishes them. “I think all journalists try not to,” he […]