The Digital Journalist is featuring images from the more than two decades David Turnley has covered Nelson Mandela. His recently published book “MANDELA!: Struggle & Triumph,” chronicles South Africa’s emergence from apartheid. See the presentation on The Digital Journalist.
‘I am about to call it a day’ is a sequel on ‘Ou Menya’, a project where I entered the intimacy of families in Russia, while spending one night with them. This time, I have travelled through the United States. It is a series of portraits of places and people where I spent the night [...]
In January 2008, Ricky and Kristy Dunlap lost their home to foreclosure. Recently, the family of six was joined by Kristy’s brother Randy, his wife Heather and their three children. All 11 share a 1,008-square-foot double-wide trailer in Shallotte, North Carolina. View Chris Carmichael’s multimedia story about the Dunlaps.
Patrick Cavan Brown calls his series of images taken in orphanages around the world his opus. Presented on his website are images from the long-term project inspired by the House of Hope in Haiti. View Patrick’s Images at www.shadowdetails.com.
Michael Itkoff has traveled the world since 2002 taking portraits of everyday people in the street. In Itkoff’s photographs a makeshift backdrop is held behind each of his subjects in London, Sydney, Hanoi, Bangkok, and New York. This technique, normally reserved for celebrity and commercial portraiture, creates a striking aesthetic isolating the subjects from their [...]
The last frame of this 19 image photo essay states that “Matt Slaby is a freelance photojournalist and law student based in Denver, Colorado. He’s worked as an EMT, a firefighter, and a host of other shitty jobs to support his photo habit. He’d jump through fiery hoops to get paid to do this.” In [...]
Photographer and writer Suchitra Vijayan has been photographing stories along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border for the past few years. Here is a link to some of her very interesting work. See more at www.suchitravijayan.com
We found this image on Martin Fuchs’ portfolio site. Fuchs is a freelance photographer based in Vienna, Austria. Fuchs is an editor and producer for Magnum Photos View more of Martin’s work at on his website at www.martinfuchs.com.
Photojournalist Salvi Danés has an excellent set of images about gypsies in France and the celebration of the adoration of Sara Kali or Saint Sara, also known as Sara “the black.” Saint Sara is the patron saint of the Romanies (gypsies), the centre of its veneration. View the images on Salvi Danés’ website: www.salvidanes.com/portfolios/81101-saras-gypsies.