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Awards, Grants, and Competitions | Deadlines and Recipients | September 2012

Deadlines

Lens Culture International Exposure Awards : September 18

Format Festival 2013 : September 19

Portrait Salon : September 21

Magnum Showcase in association with IdeasTap : September 24

Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award : September 30

Marie Colvin Scholarship opportunity at Sunday Times Magazine… NB for writers

Marie Colvin. Photo © Ivor Prickett

Marie Colvin Scholarship : September 30

BJP’s 2012 International Photography Award : October 1

Photo © Alice Smeets
Unicef Photo of The Year 2008

Unicef Photo of the Year : NB photographers have to be nominated but you can get in touch with nominators in the hope of your work being put forward to the judging panel. Some of the nominators are Sherri Dougherty, and photographers Patrick Brown and James Whitlow Delano. You can send a sample of a maximum of 15 light jpeg files (72 dpi; 1200 pixels on the longest side) for consideration in a zip file via We Transfer, to one of the three. Emails: [email protected][email protected] ;[email protected]   : October 3

College Photographer of the Year : October 7

International Prize of Humanitarian Photography Luis Valtueña : October 31

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2012 : October 31

PhotoPhilanthropy Activist Awards : November 1

Pikto Top Pick Photo Contest : November 1

Aftermath Project grant : November 5

Prix Lucas Dolega to honor photojournalists who have reported under difficult circumstanstances in memory of photographer Lucas Dolega (1978-2011) who died in 2011 covering the Arab Spring in Tunisia.

Prix Lucas Dolega : November 15

Terry O’Neill/Tag Award 2012 : November 22

The Magnum Expression Award : February 23, 2013

The Inquisitive Photography Prize

Recipients

Stephanie Sinclair was presented with unprecedented third Visa d’Or Prize at Visa pour l’image in the beginning of September for her Child Brides project. The series was partly shot for the National Geographic… You can see the NGM feature from the June 2011 issue here.

Photo © Stephanie Sinclair

Stephanie Sinclair wins third Visa d’Or prize (BJP) | Stephanie Sinclair Honored Again at Perpignan Festival (NYT Lens)

The above links also include info on the other Visa pour l’image winners: Visa d’Or news award to Eric Bouvet for his coverage from Bab al-Azizia, Libya, for Le Figaro Magazine; Visa d’Or daily press award to Tomas Munita for his photographs of the conflict in Syria for The New York Times; City of Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award to Sebastian Liste for his photographs of a community of squatters living in an abandoned chocolate factory in the center of Salvador de Bahia, Brazil; Prix Ani to Misha Friedman for his report on tuberculosis in the former Soviet Union ; Pierre & Alexandra Boulat Grant to Maciek Nabrdalik for his for report on economic migration in Europe; and Canon Female Photojournalist Award to Sarah Caron. Congratulations to all.

Getty Image handed out four $20,000 grants during Visa pour l’image…

Photo © Bharat Choudhary

Getty Awards $80,000 to Four Photojournalists at Perpignan (Lightbox) | Getty Images awards $80,000 worth of grants to four photojournalists (BJP)

Alexia Foundation Women’s Initiative Grant Winner: Tim Matsui

Joel Meyerowitz, David LaChapelle Among This Year’s Lucie Award Honorees (Mediabistro)

The New York Photo Awards 2012 Finalists

International Photography Awards 2012 Winners

Guardian gallery to Taylor Wessing shortlisted four and couple of the other exhibited portraits…

Photo © Jordi Ruiz Cirera

Taylor Wessing photographic portrait prize 2012 shortlisted (Guardian)

Firecracker Grant recipient

The Royal Photographic Society Annual Awards | more info (pdf)

Thursday 20 October 2011

Features and Essays 

Coming up in National Geographic Magazine’s November issue…

Chuffed to see that Erika Larsen’s Sami series has made it to NatGeo..Looking forward to seeing it in print….

Erika Larsen: Sami Reindeer Herders (NGM)

Pascal Maitre,Joel Sartore, and Carsten Peter: Rift in Paradise—Africa’s Albertine Rift (NGM)

I’m sure you’ll remember this too..

Timothy Archibald: Echolilia (NGM)

Two series by Stephanie Sinclair…This one is terrific…

Stephanie Sinclair: Hillary’s Angels (VII)  Women working as secretary of state’s security detail

Stephanie Sinclair: Phiona Mutesi, a Ugandan chess prodigy (VII Magazine)

Libya…

New Magnum in Motion piece by Moises Saman on Libya’s last days Gaddafi’s rule…

Moises Saman: Theater of War (Magnum in Motion)

Another Magnum photographer’s, Alex Majoli’s series in Newsweek….

Alex Majoli: Libyans in a Strange Land (Newsweek)

Mauricio Lima for the New York Times:

Mauricio Lima: In Surt, Chronicle of a Death Foretold (NYT Lens) Libya

Elsewhere in Middle East…

Alfredo D’Amato: Early Days of Spring (Panos) Tunisia

Portraits of Occupy Wall Street protestors in Zuccotti Park by Martin Schoeller in New Yorker and Sasha Bezzubov in TIME …

Bezzubov’s series on Lightbox opens with a crowd shot that was printed double spread in the magazine… See below how that and the portraits were used in print…

Sasha Bezzubov: Taking It to the Streets (Lightbox)

I haven’t seen how Schoeller’s portraits were used in print…

Martin Schoeller: Portraits From Occupy Wall Street (New Yorker)

To other things…

Global warming and rising sea level…

Amelia Holowaty Krales: Tuvalu, an Island in Danger (NYT Lens) Amelia Holowaty Krales’s website

Jocelyn Carlin: Global Warming’s Front Line (Panos)

Robin Hammond: Tuvalu Sunset (Panos)

James Whitlow Delano: The True Price, With a Hidden Cost (NYT Lens)

Tomas van Houtryve: Borderline: Bordeline: In the Shadow of North Korea (Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund)

Three Lynsey Addario series..This first one’s from the States…and her road trip with Joe Klein…

Lynsey Addario: Return to the American Road (Lightbox)

Lynsey Addario: Abandoning a Controversial Tradition (NYT) Genital cutting, Senegal

Lynsey Addario: Iraq Investors (VII)

Donald Weber: Quniqjuk, Qunbuq, Quabaa (VII)

John Vink: Cambodia 2011 Floods (Magnum)

New work from some of the Cesuralab photographers…

Luca Santese, Gabriele Micalizzi: Roma Violenta (Cesuralab)

Andy Rocchelli: Anzhi Makhachkala (Cesuralab) Makhachkala is the capital of Daghestan

Chien-Chi Chang: Burma: Land of Shadows (Magnum)

Sebastien Liste: Urban Quilombo (burn)

Kyoko Hamada: Letter to Fukushima (New Yorker)

Carolyn Drake: Among the Animals in Turkey (New Yorker)

Doug Richard: American Suburb (project website)

Boogie: The View From Kingston, Jamaica (AnnalsofAmericus)

Lizzie Sadin: Young and Imprisoned (NYT Lens) Sadin’s website

Ashley Gilbertson: MREs (Slate) includes a short interview with Gilbertson

Ryan Pfluger: Milwaukee’s Alliance School, the only gay-friendly charter school in the U.S. (Lightbox)

Richard Misrach: The Oakland-Berkeley Fire Photos  (Lightbox)

Sophie Gerrard: Protectors of Sight (BBC)

Samuel Hauenstein Swan: Somalis seek refuge in Ethiopian camps (Guardian)

Samuel: Hauenstein Swan: Tackling life-threatening child malnutrition in Chad (Guardian)

Elliott Erwitt:  Sequentially Yours (Lightbox)

Brent Stirton: The Malapa Fossils (Reportage)

Peter Dench: Dench’s England (NYT Lens)

Jules Allen: The Sweet Science of Body and Soul (NYT Lens) Allen’s website

Spike Johnson: Dale Farm Eviction (Foto8) Johnson’s archive

Kieran Doherty: Royal Wootton Bassett repatriations (Guardian)

Articles

Pretty gruesome images today in the videos showing Gaddafi captured and eventually killed…New Yorker’s Jon Lee Anderson comments…

C.I.A. agent Felix Rodriguez, left, with Che Guevara, center, before Guevara was executed in Bolivia, in 1967. Photograph: AP Photo/Courtesy of Felix Rodriguez.

Jon Lee Anderson: Picturing the Dead (New Yorker)

The day that marked Colonel Gaddafi’s death, marked also 6 months from the death of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros…Mike Kamber wrote about his friend Hetherington in New York Times Lens blog…

photo: Tim Hetherington

Mike Kamber: A Show of Respect for a Fallen Friend Tim Hetherington (NYT Lens)

C.J. Chivers: On the Day Qaddafi Dies, News – And Art – from Tim. (Journalist’s website)

Hadn’t seen this Hetherington video before…

Tim Hetherington: His Life and His Work (Vimeo)

BJP: Magnum Photos addresses Libyan Secret Service photo archive controversy | David Campbell’s comment

Source magazine: Collecting Photographs, Copyrights and Cash

An invitation to all monochrome photographers (BJP) “Emerging black-and-white photographers are invited to submit their work to Mono, a hardback photobook which will also include Roger Ballen, Anders Peterson and Oliver Pin Fat.”

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin: Photojournalism and the war of images (Guardian)

Silly…Guardian writes about Chloe Dewe Mathews’ BJP award winning Caspia work and then crops all four of her photos shown…The photos are originally 6×7…I wonder if they’d ever do the same to a painter?

Guardian: Lives bathed in oil: how Chloe Dewe Mathews captured the Caspian coast (Guardian) “In her award-winning Caspian series, the young British photographer explores the healthy and unhealthy relationship between oil and people in a spa town in Azerbaijan”

AP Photographer Ed Reinke Dies After Assignment Injury (PDN)

NYT: Barry Feinstein, Dies at 80

PDN: Barry Feinstein, who took classic shots of Dylan, Joplin, Steve McQueen, Geo Harrison, has died at 80

PDN: Custom Tools of the Trade

LA Times: Movie review: ‘Hell and Back Again’ | Guardian review

NPPA Visual Student: Insights and Experiences from the 2011 Eddie Adams Workshop

BJP’s news editors Olivier Laurent takes a look back at this year’s Visa…

BJP: The Optimists – A look back at this year’s Visa Pour l’Image festival

Photoshelter: Your Year-end Photography Business Plan

Guardian: Featured Photojournalist: Paul Bronstein

Guardian: Photographer Shahidul Alam’s best shot

Ai Weiwei’s Photo Shoot from China (NYT)

Brooks Kraft’s frames on Lightbox prove you don’t need to use a filter app to make a good iPhone photo…Refreshing…

Brooks Kraft: iPhone4 S frames (Lightbox)

Verve: Tessa Bunney

Verve: Rony Zakaria

multiMedia

 Once Magazine for iPad : issue 1 available on iTunes Store

Blogs

The Map is Not the Territory : Vanessa Winship and George Georgiou are exploring America

Awards, Grants, Funds, and Competitions

The Chris Hondros Fund has launched (BJP)

The Chris Hondros Fund website

Krisanne Johnson Awarded the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography (Time Lightbox)

W. Eugene Smith Grant Awarded to Krisanne Johnson (NYT Lens)

Hondros, Hetherington Prizes Awarded at Eddie Adams Workshop (PDN)

Spanish photographer Daniel Beltrá has won this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year award (BJP)

BJP: Three £3000 commissions up for grabs from Side Gallery

Interviews

photo in tear sheet: Shawn Baldwin

Errol Morris on Photography: Believing Is Seeing (Lightbox)

Henry Rollins (Featureshoot) “interview with Henry Rollins about his new photo book, ‘Occupants’”

Spencer Murphy (SIP)

Don McCullin (BBC Radio)

Old Nachtwey interview from 2002…

James Nachtwey (Apple Canada: 2002)

Yaakov Israel : CPC 2011 Winner (Conscientious)

Exhibitions and Events

Bryan Denton’s Libya exhibition opened on the same day as Gaddafi got killed… Fitting…

Revolution Photographs from Libya 2011 by Bryan Denton : October 20, 2011 – November 19, 2011 : Gulf + Western Gallery  721 Broadway, at Waverly – Ground Floor New York, NY 10003

Tim Hetherington – Visions  : October 22, 2011 till December 02, 2011 United States New York Venue details Bronx Documentary Center 614 Courtlandt Ave (at 151st) Bronx, New York 10451 United States www.bronxdoc.org [email protected]

Need help pricing and editioning your work?

The Social  : Print Sales: Editioning, pricing, printing, and more : Monday 24 October

Foto8 : Making it Happen Seminar : 26 November 2011 : London

Agencies

VII Newsletter October 2011

photo: Paolo Woods

Institute for Artist Management adds three photographers (BJP)

Books

Magnum Photographers: Women Changing India

Equipment

Canon 1D X (CPN)

Klynt : “the interactive editing & publishing application dedicated to creative storytellers.”

Photographers

Art Streiber

Tiffany L. Clark

Daniel Sullivan

Samuel Hauenstein Swan

Richard Flint

To finish off…. iPhone 4S / Canon 5d MKII Side by Side Comparison

Wednesday 5 October 2011

Features and Essays

Always been a big Erika Larsen fan…

Erika Larsen: Sámi 2007-2011 (Phaidon website)

Sumit Dayal: The New Tibetans (TIME Lightbox)

Mark Henley: Bank on Us (Panos Pictures)

Lynsey Addario: The New Saudi Life (VII Magazine)

Two new features up on Reportage by Getty Images site this week… the first one isn’t that new though… It’s Ed Ou’s terrific series from Vancouver, which you probably remember from Lens blog earlier this year…

Ed Ou: A Safe Place (Getty Reportage)

Jonathan Saruk: The Strikers: Kabul’s Bowling Alley (Getty Reportage)

Stephanie Sinclair in NYT Mag again…

Stephanie Sinclair: Families (NYT Magazine)

Michael Christopher Brown: China’s Red Restaurants  (Newsweek)

Stefan Bladh: A Family Revisited (TIME Lightbox) Bladh’s website

Lynsey Addario: Muslim Women (New Yorker Photo Booth)

Robert Nickelsberg: A Long and Distant War: Photos from Afghanistan, 1988-2009 (TIME LB)

Mat Collishaw: Last Meals on Death Row, Texas (TIME)

Tim Hetherington’s photos now available in the Magnum Photos archive…480+….Hetherington’s Diary is on Magnum in Motion…

Tim Hetherington: Diary (Magnum in Motion)

Stuart Franklin: Walls That Talk: Libya’s Abu Salim Jail (Magnum Photos)

Peter diCampo: Ivory Coast (TIME)

George Georgiou: Fault Lines: Turkey East West (Panos)

Adam Hinton: Transporting Tokyo (Panos)

Josef Koudelka: Gypsies (TIME LB)

Chris Keulen: Italienische Reise (Panos)

Mark Rykoff: Russian Dacha Diary (TIME)

Giorgos Moutafis: Athens on the Brink (New Yorker Photo Booth)

James Whitlow Delano: Climate Change: Europe’s Shrinking Alpine Glaciers (Photographer’s archive)

Kenneth Jarecke: Game Time: Nebraska’s Farewell to the Big 12 (TIME LB)

Tomas van Houtryve: Borderline : Norther Korea (Magnum Foundation)

Nick Brandt: Portraits of Wildlife in East Africa (NYT Lens) Brandt’s website

As recommended by Christopher Morris…

Enrico Dagnino: Libya (Le Monde)

Also from Libya…

Baptiste Giroudon: Tripoli Rebels (Photographer’s website)

Articles

C.J. Chivers on Tyler Hicks…

NYT Lens: Tyler Hicks: A Decade in Afghanistan (NYT)

On Bob Dylan’s paintings plagiarism controversy…

NYT: Dylan Paintings Draw Scrutiny

Guardian: Bob Dylan in plagiarism row over paintings

Richard Prince: Bob Dylan’s Fugitive Art (New York Review of Books)

I looked into the Dylan paintings myself after, and noticed that two of Gagosian gallery’s four different covers of Bob Dylan: Asian Series catalogue are based on a Bruce Gilden photo and a Jacob Aue Sobol one

The final news regarding VII transition…

PDN: VII Photo Agency Brings in New Members

BJP: VII Transition

Andrea Bruce, who chose not to apply for VII membership has joined NOOR…

BJP: NOOR Images adds Andrea Bruce and Giancarlo Ceraudo as new members

TIME Lightbox: Inside the Mind of a Master Photo Editor (TIME)

Panos Pictures: George Georgiou at MoMA in NY

Real Screen:  Junger making HBO doc on Tim Hetherington

Warren Winter: Freshman Freelancing: Photo Agency Freelancing Fact & Fiction (Photo Brigade)

Digital PhotoPro: Ron Haviv: The Impotence Of Authority

BJP: Sipa founder Gökşin Sipahioğlu dies

Bill Hunt’s new book and exhibition Unseen Eye (TIME LB)

6 Tips to Get Your Fine Art Photography Featured Online (PhotoShelter)

The fake that wasn’t…

PetaPixel: Amazing Reuters Photo of Rebel Firing RPG was Not Photoshopped

The Hacker Factor blog: Without a Crutch

PetaPixel: Nikon says “A Photographer Is Only as Good as the Equipment He Uses”

NYT T Magazine: A Nanny’s Diary (NYT T Mag)

PetaPixel: An Eye-Opening Look at How Many Conflict Photos Are Staged

Joop Swart Masterclass preview (World Press Photo)

BJP: Fifty-two weeks on the streets

BJP: Apple adds new photography features with updated iPhone 4S

Life: Looking for Heroes 

Guardian: Featured photojournalist: Ahmad Masood (Guardian)

Verve: Kenneth O’Halloran (Verve Photo)

Guardian: Photographer Kevin Cummins’s best shot

TIME Lightbox: Fields of Vision: The Early Work of Gordon Parks

BJP: Agency Balcony Jump lands on the iPad

Firecracker: Sophie Gerrard

Guardian: Street Photography Now Project: shoot on sight

Interviews

Seamus Murphy (NPR)

Davide Monteleone (BJP)

Damon Winter & Marcus Yam (NYT Lens)

Nigel Bennet (Conscientious)

Kate Brooks (BBC)

David Kasnic (DVAfoto)

 Chloe Dewe Mathews (BBC)

Exhibitions

Don McCullin at Tate Modern : London : Until 4 March 2012

Awards, Grants, and Competitions

BJP: Chloe Dewe Mathews wins BJP’s International Photography Award

BJP: Facundo Arrizabalaga wins IPA single image prize

National Geographic 2011 photo contest 

multiMedia 

American Journal

Agencies

Paolo Woods joins INSTITUTE

VII : Events, Exhibitions & News Listings, October 2011

Photographers

Daniel Britt

To finish off… the latest from Shit Photojournalists Like

And don’t forget to Think Different.

RIP Steve Jobs

photo: Diana Walker

An Evening to Support Human Rights Journalism – Dart Society NY, May 12

For anyone in NYC next Thursday, May 12th, buy a ticket and come along to this wonderful event. There are some beautiful photographs being auctioned with very reasonable reserve prices. If you aren’t in NYC, you can still bid by proxy via phone or email or make a donation HERE.

Event: An Evening to Support Human-Rights Journalism
When: May 12, 2011
Where: 25CPW Gallery, Central Park West at 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023
Details: Student tickets: $25.00, Individual tickets: $75.00 or two for $100
Invite: The invite is linked at the bottom of this post.

Co-Hosted by Gloria Steinem and Jonathan Alter.
Journalists and friends of the Dart Society honor psychiatrist Frank Ochberg for his commitment to improving the coverage of trauma, violence and PTSD.
Photojournalism exhibition, “Trauma in Three Acts,” curated by Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Kim Komenich.
Reception 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., with cocktails and hors d’oeurvres; program begins at 7 p.m. with silent and live auctions of prints and other items.

http://dartsociety.com/may-12-fund-raiser/

http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=142139965853772

Photographic donations include works by established and upcoming photographers, including (these will be posted online shortly): Ana Adarve, David Arky, Nina Berman, Robin Bowman, Samantha Box, David Burnett, Debbie Fleming Caffery, Vincent Cianni, John Delanay, James Whitlow Delano, Jason Eskenazi, Patrick Farrell, Donna Ferrato, Allen Frame, Stanley Greenberg, Lori Grinker, David Alan Harvey, Ron Haviv, Todd Heisler, Sean Hemmerle, Jennifer Karady, Ed Kashi, Andrew Lichtenstein, Ken Light, Jon Lowenstein, Erica McDonald, Susan Meiselas, John Moore, Kathryn Obermaier, Suzanne Opton, Lucian Perkins, Mark Peterson, James Pomerantz, Joseph Rodriguez, Claire Rosen, Ken Schles, Leif Skoogfors, Amy Stein, John Trotter, Phil Toledano, Scott Wallace.

There are many other auction items including: restaurant meals, signed books by noted authors such as E. L. Doctorow, Bill Moyers, and Paul Simon (lyric book and album), plus jewelry, theatre tickets, wine and a few other surprises!

Woman with Diploma, Kabul Afghanistan, 1998. Nina Berman

Bernardo, Mexico. Debbie Fleming Caffery

Kirkuk, 2005. Ed Kashi

Untitled. Teru Kuwayama

Waiting outside delivery room at Primary Health Center, Dewa, Uttar Pradesh, India, 2009. Susan Meiselas

Soldier: Kimball – 287 Days in Afghanistan, 2008. Susan Opton

Young Refugee and Cat. Tskaltubo, Georgia. James Pomerantz

Michelle's Outhouse, 2003. Amy Stein

3,2,1. 2010. Phillip Toledano

View addtional auction items HERE.

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Thursday 24 February 2011

Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain…. now Libya….

New York Times have several photographers on the ground..Scott Nelson, Ed Ou, Moises Saman, as well as Tyler Hicks…

Photo: Scott Nelson

Features and Essays – NYT (Scott Nelson, Tyler Hicks, Ed Ou and Moises Saman): Libyans Call for Qaddafi to Step Down (NYT: February 2011)

The day before…

Features and Essays – NYT (Ed Ou, Scott Nelson et al): Turmoil Continues in Libya (NYT: February 2011)

Two days ago…

Features and Essays – NYT (Ed Ou, Scott Nelson et al): Towns Slip From Qaddafi’s Control (NYT: February 2011) Libya

Egypt …

Features and Essays – Moises Saman: How Far Will a Revolution Reach? (NYT: February 2011) Egypt

Bahrain…

Features and Essays – Yuri Kozyrev: Crackdown in Bahrain (TIME: February 2011)

Yuri Kozyrev’s Egypt work now also on NOOR website…Truly extraordinary…

Features and Essays – Yuri Kozyrev: Egypt’s Tumult (NOOR: February 2011)

Tumult in Wisconsin…

Features and Essays – Shaul Schwarz: Showdown in Wisconsin (TIME: February 2011) Union protests

Features and Essays – Adam Patterson: Another lost child : an escape from south London gang life (Guardian: February 2011) An exhibition at the Photofusion gallery in South London shows how a friendship with photographer Adam Patterson changed the life of one former gang member

Features and Essays – Edward Burtynsky: Pentimento/Gulf Oil Spill (FT: 2011)

Articles – NYT Lens: What Does Mercy Look Like? (NYT Lens: February 2011) Mercy is commonly defined as compassion, forgiveness, kindness or an act of piety. But photographs of prisoners reaching through bars, a wrestler being contorted by masked men and an infant dressed for burial are among the many interpretations of the word in the book “The Mercy Project/Inochi,” created and curated by James Whitlow Delano.

Features and Essays – Patrick Witty: Mr Presidents (PDN: February 2011)

Incredibly powerful piece on the Medevacs in Afghanistan by cameraman Vaughan Smith…

Videos – Vaughan Smith on life and death on the frontline in Afghanistan (psmithjournalist.com: February 2011)

Another Google Street View project…. Which I actually.. shock shock horror… kinda like!

Articles – BJP: The View from the Streets (BJP: February 2011)

Articles – BJP: National Portrait Gallery investigated judge-winner relationship (BJP: February 2011)

Features and Essays – Boston Globe Big Picture: New York Fashion Week: Behind the scenes (Boston Globe: February 2011)

Loads of interviews to share… I love reading, watching, listening ‘em..

First two I never posted last month even I meant to…

Interviews James Nachtwey : Photographing the Birds of Hope: An Army Medevac Unit in Afghanistan (TIME: January 2011) video

Neither posted this…

“If you do this long enough, you will eventually find yourself in a bad situation”

Interviews Moises Saman (Columbia Journalism Review: 2010)

Some interviews I just discovered via Twitter or by email…

“I am a journalist and I think my job usually is to document a reality not to make it pretty.”

Interviews Shaul Schwarz (Commarts.com: February 2011)

Interviews Melissa Golden (Thisisthewhat: February 2011) @_MelissaGolden

Interviews Sally Mann (NPR: February 2011)

Interviews Andrew Testa (Zorye: 2011)

InterviewsBrian Ulrich (Vimeo)

InterviewsSteve McCurry (Irish Times: 2011)

Interviews Yumi Goto (Sojournposse: 2011)

InterviewsRoger Ballen (e-photoreview: February 2011)

Interviews – Bruce Gilden meets Jake La Motta (BJP: February 2011)

Interviews Celia Talbot Tobin (NYT Lens: February 2011)

POYi…

Awards – NYT Lens: Unveiling the Pictures of the Year (NYT Lens: Februry 2011)

Articles – Jeremy Nicholl: World Press Photo’s Afghan War (Jeremy Nicholl blog: February 2011)

Articles / Tutorials – PDN: How to Distribute Your Self-Published Book (PDN: February 2011)

Articles – BJP: Photographers’ Gallery raises £325,000 in auction (BJP: February 2011)

Articles – BJP: US Marines pull the plug on photojournalism experiment (BJP: February 2011)

Articles – Guardian: Photographer Adam Patterson takes shots as the crew lowers its guard (Guardian: February 2011)

Articles – Professional Photographer: Robert Frank Profile (Pro Photo mag: 2010)

Articles – Professional Photographer: Bruce Weber Profile (Pro Photo mag: 2010)

Articles – Guardian: Elliott Erwitt’s law of intended consequences (Guardian: February 2011) Elliott Erwitt’s photo sequences leave his subjects multiply exposed, as the mood of one frame is shattered in the next

Agencies Demotix : Recently joined forces with both PA and Newscorp to distribute images

AgenciesBurnham-Niker (commercial agency in London)

Joerg Colberg of Conscientious is back on Twitter…

Twitter @jmcolberg

One of the links shared by Mr Colberg…

Blogs – Beikey.net: Sunset soldiers (Beikey.netL February 2011)

Photographers Salem Krieger

PhotographersLisa Krantz

Interviews and Talks / Tutorials and Tips – Guardian: Ask the experts: How to become a professional photographer (Guardian: February 2011) Have an eye for a good picture and the skill to turn your passion for photography into a career?

Articles / Tutorials – Solar Power! Charging your photo gear out in the wild

Articles / Tutorials – BBC: How to make money from your photos (BBC: February 2011)

Services Touch Me (UK) : they make websites

Jobs – One week left to get your applications in for the Panos Pictures multimedia internship

War of words: “Copy editors the world over remember the battle of Gaddafi vs. Khadafy vs. Qadhafi.” – @mikerrr