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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

– David DuChemin “Life is short and beautiful, don’t you dare waste it”

– Smogranch, Daniel Milnor: Meat and Candy: A Western Australia Story

– Smogranch, Daniel Milnor: Why I Deleted my Social Media Accounts

– Smogranch, Daniel Milnor: Book Review: “I’m in Miami Bitch” by Andrew Kaufman

– Smogranch, Daniel Milnor: The Power of Doubt
“Am I still capable of making great work? Was I ever? Have I ever?”

– Smogranch, Daniel Milnor: It’s All Good

– Ray Larose: More Social Media Cleaning

– Charlene Winfred: Life, death and gratitude: A year of gypsy living

– Charlene Winfred: On bright stars in dark nights

One Swimming Pool + photogallery
“This book is a portable swimming pool that can be put on a bookshelf”.

The anti-voyeur. Seven decades of Anders Petersen’s unmistakeable brand of black and white hedonism.

Mustang, the last Tibet self-published by Filippo Mutani

– TIME Lightbox: Cartels and Vigilantes Clash in Mexico: Photographs by Jerome Sessini

– TIME Lightbox: Still Life with Fassbinder: A Master Filmmaker, Frame by Frame

– Photoshelter: Have camera, will travel: 50 Awesome Photo Workshops Around the World

Photography Documentary List

– The Word Magazine: 15 spaces for photography in Belgium

– New York Times: Where the Ice, and the Population, Is Thinning

– British Journal of Photography: Blink aims to connect photographers with editors

– Gizmodo: The Inside Story of How Olympic Photographers Get Such Stunning Images

– The Guardian: “I photograph people who don’t have a voice”: Jim Mortram’s Norfolk portraits

Interview Jeremy Nicholl
“A comfortable pair of shoes is one of the most important pieces of photo equipment”

– Photophilanthropy: Interview with Richard Koci Hernandez
“My images are artifacts of my daily life. For me the hunt is always on.”

– Wired: Interview with Diana Markosian
“Get as far away from the photo herd as possible. Go your own way.”

– PDN: PDN’s 30 2014: Our Choice of New and Emerging Photographers to Watch

– Olaf Sztaba: There Is A Better Way – Fuji X100s review

– Patrick La Roque: The Razor’s Edge (prequel) Fujinon XF56mm f/1.2 R

– Petapixel: Hands-Off First Impressions of the Fuji X-T1

– Patrick La Roque: The Scenic Route | A review of the Fujifilm X-T1

– Ray Larose: One Year without a DSLR

A Day With… Fuji X-T1 and Fujinon 10-24mm f/4

– Patrick La Roque: Snow days. A second look at the Fuji X-T1

– Dan Bailey: The Fujifilm X-T1 Full Review and Field Test

– David DuChemin: In the Zone (zone focusing)

ONA blog: Travel Journal: Iceland

ONA blog: Where ONA Goes: Norway with Mark Weinberg

GoPro Just Released New HD Footage of Felix Baumgartner’s Space Jump

Ingenious Door Opens and Closes Like Folded Paper

Jeff Frost: Flawed Symmetry of Prediction
http://vimeo.com/51584025

Open Door to Solitude
http://vimeo.com/86651195

How baby boomers screwed their kids — and created millennial impatience
“Generation Y thinks that they are better at multitasking. They are better at being distracted.”

– Steven Pressfield: Writing Wednesdays: Nobody Knows Nothing

Carl Zimmer on writing: “Don’t make a ship in a bottle”

– Patrick La Roque: After The Revolution: “The Mac turned 30 last week”

I Had To Look Twice At Most Of These 27 Ads. But Once I Got Them… Absolutely Brilliant.

Things Organized Neatly: Moment Lens Co.

Air pollution in Beijing on Feb. 2014

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