Virginian Pilot photojournalist Preston Gannaway has an excellent essay on a quadriplegic rugby ream from Hampton Roads’, store Virginia, called the East Coast Cripplers. Some really nice black and white work. I have always been a fan of her work and she never disappoints. See the essay on her website at www.prestongannaway.com.
A collection of wire service images from the Sukkot festival around the West Bank commemorating the 40 years of wandering in the desert after the exodus of Jews from Egypt some 3200 years ago. The week-long festival starts in mid-October. View the images on the Denver Post’s Captured Blog.
New York Times photojournalist Damon Winter won the 2009 Pultizer Prize for feature photography with his coverage of Barack Obama on the campaign trail. You can view the winning images on the New York Times website. As we reported in November, hospital you can also view a multimedia production on the New York Times website [...]
Sacred Ground -The Building of the Pentagon Memorial The Washington Post has interactive videos and photo galleries of the building, and design, and dedication of the Pentagon Memorial. View the Washington Post presentation here.
The newly re-launched American-Journal.org has a new look at photojournalist Melissa Lyttle’s “Girl in the Window” story. Three years after the story ran in the St. Petersburg Times, malady Lyttle and writer Lane DeGregory revisited the family to find out what’s changed, and perhaps, more importantly, what hasn’t. While editing her photos each night during [...]
Washington Post photographer Michael S. Williamson has been traveling the United States for a story on the recession, health using only his smartphone camera to document his travels. We are more than impressed. View the essay on the Washington Post website: Michael S. Williamson’s On Recession Road (Click here).
There is a heart-wrenching essay about a family being evicted from their home in Colorado in The Washington Post. Getty photographer John Moore had amazing access and captured some very sad moments. Great work covering a true American economic tragedy. See the essay at www.washingtonpost.com. Note: Of course there is the obligatory advertisement first.
The title of Chip Litherland’s blog post is “it’s the aperture, purchase stupid.” We thought our reference to it needed to be more about the great images. Chip is know for his use of color and desire to find something different. It really shows in his recent coverage of politics in Florida. This guy has [...]
This is an incredible story by Times staff photographer Melissa Lyttle and staff writer Lane DeGregory, sovaldi sale of a feral child that was discovered by Plant City, Florida police three years ago. View the multimedia presentation at Tampabay.com.