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These Are the Pictures of the Year From 2017

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 14/03/2018 9:24:01 AM

NY Times selection of some of the most powerful news photographs taken around the world in 2017.

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Topics: In the Press

One Piece Of Advice

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 3:07:10 PM

Indispensable pointers and advice from women photojournalists who’ve seen and done it all

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Topics: News

Reuters launches grant program to develop the next generation of photojournalists

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 3:03:17 PM

This week, at the Visa pour l‘Image international festival of photojournalism in Perpignan, France, Reuters is launching a grant program which seeks to recruit and develop a diverse new generation of photojournalists to tell original human stories from around the world.

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Topics: News

Look Inside The New Yorker’s Photo Department

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 2:58:59 PM

Genevieve Fussell, senior photo editor for the prestigious New Yorker Magazine, discusses what she looks for when assigning photographers. 

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Topics: News

Not For the Faint of Heart: Views from a Freelancer

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 2:55:00 PM

In this interview, Pete Muller talks about what it takes to be a dedicated photojournalist in todays working environment.

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Topics: News

Stepping Back: The Art of Seeing

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 9:40:05 AM

A long-time, highly decorated Iranian photojournalist finds fresh inspiration for his work with a simple new tool—the phone in his pocket. Vibrant mobile photography from across the world.

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Topics: News

"SEE" THEM...FACES OF MOSUL

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 9:35:58 AM

A collection of images of the faces of a fierce conflict with ISIS in Mosul. Wounded and weak, most who survived now face an uncertain future in the limbo of IDP camps. Shattered lives, lost loved ones and escape from the rubble of collapsed homes and the evil of ISIS doctrine, leaves scars of emotional trauma even more difficult to heal. The war in Mosul is over, but the humanitarian crisis continues.

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Topics: News

The Good Earth: Inner Mongolia

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 9:30:43 AM

Across an expanse of land larger than Texas and California combined, millennia-old ways of life are under threat by the spread of modernization. Sweeping views on traditional life, from the perspective of a local photographer.

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Topics: News

Young photographers: you can’t document a passion if you don’t have passion!

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 9:13:15 AM

Great advice for young photographers: You can’t document a passion if you don’t have passion!

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Topics: In the Press

There is nothing I would rather do than take photographs

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 11/09/2017 9:07:14 AM

David Newell-Smith, who died last month at the age of 80, was part of an explosion of British photojournalistic talent in the early 1960s. Armed with revolutionary new lightweight 35mm cameras and an aesthetic influenced by the great French and American photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Eugene Smith, this generation also benefited from the new colour supplements that were to showcase their work.

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Topics: News

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