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

– TIME: D-Day, June 6, 1944 – Robert Capa’s Iconic D-Day Photo of a Soldier in the Surf

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

– Kevin Spacey on LinkedIn: Storytelling In The Age Of Disruption

– Interview with photographer Dan Chung: Photojournalism, a story worth telling

– David duChemin: For Jennifer, Whomever You Are
“Advice to young photographers”

How to Become a Photographer
“A letter written by Magnum photographer Sergio Larrain in 1982 to his nephew”

– Paul Melcher: That Much Is True
“A pro will work to create opportunities to deliver great images while an amateur will stumble upon them.”

– Interview William Klein: The comeback kid – at 86

More thoughts on Vivian Maier
“Because the best photography is generally not made by full-time professionals.”

How To Choose And Make The Most Of A Photographic Workshop

Faded + Blurred Bookshelf
“A curated list of books to inspire you from the editors of Faded + Blurred.”

– Smogranch, Daniel Milnor: Archiving Digital. What the Hell am I Going to Do?

– Review: Microsoft Surface Pro 2 for Photographers

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