The Crooked Road is Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail, viagra a winding 250-mile corridor though Southwest Virginia. Roanoke Times photojournalist Kyle Green and Reporter Ralph Berrier Jr. take you on the journey. View the Crooked Road Presentation by the Roanoke Times.
Sole Man Times-Picayune photojournalist Jennifer Zdon has a well done multimedia piece mixing video and stills about the dying art of the shoe shine man. It is embedded here courtesy of the Times-Picayune in New Orleans. Direct link here: The Times-Picayune
Rocky Mountain News photojournalist Preston Gannaway spend a week exploring local non-profits for the Rocky Mountain News’s annual “Season to Share” section. She has a multimedia presentation of one man that she spent a day with at one of the agencies profiled. Gannaway’s project, remedy Remember Me, cialis was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for feature [...]
OK, treat this is a bit on the lighter side, illness but we don’t care, sales it’s fun! Daron Dean’s image, shot for The St. Augustine Record, and picked up on the Washington Post’s weekly animal views feature via AP is one of many great images being shown. View the Washington Post’s Animal Views.
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).
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 [...]
The Frame, generic a photo blog of the Sacramento Bee, recipe has assembled a collection of images showing the effects of rising unemployment on job fairs across the country. View the images on The Frame.
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.