Misha Domozhilov’s essay, Enclave, is about everyday life in the Serbian enclave in Kosovska Mitrivica. Although Serbia considers Kosovo as its territory, over 80 countries recognize its independence.
See the essay at: domozhilov.com.
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Photographer Neil Fenton is looking for funding through Kickstarter to complete his project “The Lonely Coast and the Search for Californian Identity.” According to his project page on Kickstarter, his goal is “to create a body of work that represents the individuals who call the Pacific coast home. On the surface, it’s a documentary project [...]
Alex Webb had published, The Suffering of Light, the first comprehensive monograph covering the career of the acclaimed American photojournalist. The book contains some of Webb’s most iconic images. Images from the book can be seen on Webb’s website at www.webbnorriswebb.com. The book, published by Aperture, can be purchased at www.aperture.org/books/books-new/suffering.html.
Freelance journalist Shane Bauer’s multimedia piece about San Francisco’s Tenderloin that is home to most of the city’s 518 single room occupancy hotels. Their eight by ten foot rooms are home to the mentally ill, HIV patients, transsexuals and drug addicts. See more about Bauer’s Hotel Poverty project on Vewd.org
Brent Stirton, senior staff photographer for the assignment division of Getty Images, New York, has a compelling essay on his web site about the Conservation Rangers from an gorilla Anti-Poaching unit Virunga National Park, Eastern Congo from 2007. View Brent’s work at www.brentstirton.com.
David Brabyn, a freelance photojournalist and corporate photographer based in Paris, France, is currently in the United States and has an interesting look at the voters that live in the swing states for this year’s election. You can view the portrait series on his website: www.davidbrabyn.com.
UK based photographer Mark Seager has a slideshow on his website with images from a book project he is working on called Palestinian Taxi. View Mark’s multimedia presentation on his website www.markseager.com.
All we can say is SPECTACULAR! From Douglas Menuez website: “The Orphans of Uganda follows the inspiring journey of twenty orphans who overcame tremendous hardships to form a dance troupe and become cultural ambassadors for their troubled country. They have brought their intense energy and joy to audiences across the US over the past ten [...]
German photographer Ole Elfenkaemper has a really nice set of images from his story “Waiting for a Better Past,” about the environment and the working class in Albania. See more of the work on his website: Waiting for a Better Past. Please feel free to return to this page and comment on the work we [...]
For Vanity Fair’s 25th anniversary, the magazine’s editors determined the top 25 news photographs. See the images on Vanity Fair’s Website.
Images from a book by photography Peter Turnley shot during his 25 years of living in Paris. “Many of the people who have contributed to the life of this city weren’t born here, and so the “Parisians” of my title encompasses anyone living in Paris. I haven’t attempted to present an encyclopedic view of the [...]