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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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A Photographic Odyssey in the Australian Outback

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 17/07/2017 4:51:55 PM

Adam Ferguson, an Australian photographer, has covered geopolitical issues the world over, from India and Greece to Afghanistan and, more recently, Niger. Earlier this year he returned to his home country and embarked on a three-month, 12,000-mile odyssey across Australia’s vast interior. His resulting report, “Through the Outback,” explores the land and its people — and the complicated, evolving relationship that binds them.

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Photojournalists on ethics and their responsibilities

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 17/07/2017 4:48:38 PM

In a series of interviews, leading photojournalists talk about their obligations to subjects and audiences, and how market forces are affecting ethical standards in the profession.

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Why We Do It: Photographers and Photo Editors on the Passion That Drives Their Work

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 17/07/2017 4:45:19 PM

Why We Do It: Photographers and Photo Editors talk about the Passion That Drives Their Work

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Forging relationships: The challenges of long term projects

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 28/06/2017 4:59:11 PM

The much awarded documentary photographer Ed Kashi talks about the challenges of working on long term projects and forging relationships with your subjects.

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Do the right thing: Ed Kashi on ethical choices

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 28/06/2017 4:51:23 PM

Photographer and filmmaker Ed Kashi talks about about ethics and earning the subjects’ trust, stepping out of the role of neutral observer and the impact photos can have on their subjects.

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‘Great photographers need determination not talent’ Advice from Chris Killip

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 28/06/2017 4:48:30 PM

Photographer Chris Killip captured the North of England's deindustrialisation in a way no one else did. Now, almost three decades later, he looks back at what it takes to create images that truly record a place and time.

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Ken Light, Documentary Photographer. An Interview with Josh Haftel | Adobe Creative Cloud

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 28/06/2017 4:04:10 PM

Documentary photographer Ken Light talks about working on long term projects and the choices he makes when designing a photo book. Ken also talks about his new book What’s Going On, a document of America in the late 60’s and early seventies.

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OPTIC 2017 - Sam Abell Presents: The Life of a Photograph

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 28/06/2017 3:58:32 PM

Each day a billion new images are made. Few survive. Why? In this lecture renowned photographer Sam Abell answers the question, 'What makes a lasting photograph?' In compelling slide-by-slide sequences Sam shows how many of his world famous photographs were made. 
This is not a 'greatest hits' slide show but a step-by-step demonstration of how to achieve lasting images through simplified technique and critical vision. This presentation will change how you see the world

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The Photo Agency and the Business of Photography

Posted by Peter Hatzipavlis on 28/06/2017 3:53:03 PM

A panel of photographers and photo agency people consider the meaning of the photo agency today, and how these collective bodies impact everything from the work and business of photography, to artistic collaboration, to photography’s relationship to human rights.

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