Archive for category: Photojournalism

Occupied Schools in Thailand by David Hogsholt

Occupied Schools in Thailand by David Hogsholt

Beautiful photo essay by David Hogsholt, Occupied Schools in Thailand’s Restive South. See and read the rest, here. “Besides being a tourism magnet and a country known for its hospitality, Thailand is, unbeknown to many, also home to a Muslim separatist insurgency. Now, in its seventh year, it has claimed […]

The Dresden Peace Prize goes to James Nachtwey

The Dresden Peace Prize goes to James Nachtwey

If you have a few minutes, and are a Nachtwey fan, you should read what Wim Wenders said when presenting the great James Nachtwey with the Dresden Peace Prize last week. Here on the TIME site.  

World Press Photo Winners

World Press Photo Winners

World Press Photo of the Year is here. I didn’t realize it was that time of year again.. some of the ones that got to me the most, in no particular order. See them all, here.

TIME picks their top 10 of 2011

TIME picks their top 10 of 2011

The photo always wins, but these captions are almost as riveting. Here.

Egypt’s Revolution – photographed by Moises Saman

Egypt’s Revolution – photographed by Moises Saman

Powerful work by Moises Saman of the unrest in Egypt on Magnum’s site, here.