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Photography Links May 2014

My monthly list of photography links to articles, photo essays and reviews I find interesting, inspiring and worthwhile to read.

– New York Times: Camille Lepage – Bearing Witness, Losing Her Life

– TIME Lightbox: Photographer Camille Lepage Killed in Central African Republic

– National Geographic: Photojournalist Killings Make My Work Dangerous

– National Geographic: Three of VII – The Life of a Photograph

– American photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz’s hard-hitting look at domestic violence placed first overall and first in the Contemporary Issues category of the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards wins L’Iris d’Or
Photographer as Witness: A Portrait of Domestic Violence
Photographer of the Year: Sara Naomi Lewkowicz
Domestic Violence Photo Essay Leads to Backlash Against Photographer

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Photography Links April 2014

My monthly list of photography links to articles, photo essays and reviews I find interesting, inspiring and worthwhile to read.

– New York Times: Rwanda genocide – Witness to History, Searching for Dignity

– National Geographic: Revisiting the Rwandan Genocide – How Churches Became Death Traps

– TIME Lightbox: Photojournalism Links April 2014 Part 1 & Part 2

– TIME Lightbox: Daniel Berehulak Receives 2014 Chris Hondros Fund Award

– Digital Photography School: Interview with Jim Mortram – Small Town Inertia

– Digital Photography School: Off Camera Flash for Your Travel Photography

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Photography Links March 2014

My monthly list of photography links to articles, photo essays and reviews I find interesting, inspiring and worthwhile to read.

– Zack Arias: DEDPXL Dispatch Dubai
“Keep working. Keep doing what you are doing. Keep transmitting signal even when you think no one is listening. Keep getting better. Be driven even when it’s dark. Stop the pity parties and get to work.”

– Steven Pressfield: Writing Wednesdays – Keep gnawing
“What happens to us if we don’t pursue our dreams?”

– Luminous Landscape: What Matters
“It doesn’t matter what camera you have if your photography has nothing worthwhile to say.”

– David DuChemin: Chains All The Same
“We keep buying stuff we don’t need, purchasing against our future, in hopes it’ll get better. It usually doesn’t. And still we have too much stuff.”

– David DuChemin: Fill Your Canvas
“Fear is a junk artist. It creates something of our lives that we never intended, molds us into the same mediocre shape as everyone else. And like any artist, it asks What if… with alarming frequency.”

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Photography Links January & February 2014

My monthly list of photography links to articles, photo essays and reviews I find interesting, inspiring and worthwhile to read.

World Press Photo 2014 Awards

– New York Times: Word Press Photo 2014: The World’s Best (Unaltered) Photos

– Conscientious, Jörg Colberg: 57th World Press Photo of the Year – A Few Thoughts

– Petapixel: This Year’s World Press Photo: Conflicts of Interest and 8% of Finalists Disqualified

– Duckrabbit: World Press Photo: great pics and the usual incest

– David Campbell: World Press Photo 2014 contest: Reflections from the Secretary’s seat

– Bag News Notes: Thoughts on John Stanmeyer’s 2014 World Press Winning Photo

– Photoshelter: This Contest Winner Looks Like a Movie Poster (And That’s Good)

– Paul Melcher: Photojournalism is not a competition | Thoughts of a Bohemian

– TIME Lightbox: What the World Press Photo of the Year Means for Photography

Statement Following Discussions About World Press Photo of the Year 2013

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