Misha Domozhilov has some very nice work on a Serbian enclave on the northern part of Kosovo.
Check it out on his website: domozhilov.com.
David Holloway takes a look at the National Champion Chuckwagon Races held in Clinton, generic Arkansas. See David’s work on A Photo A Day. More of David’s work can be found on his website onethousandwords.net.
A Photo Editor, nurse run by former director of photography, sovaldi Rob Haggart, sales is featuring a movie about Contact Press Images’ David Burnett and his story The Last Cattle Drive. An interesting look back at the glory days of shooting film. The photos are great. David’s hair is another matter! (Sorry David, I will [...]
New Delhi based Sanjit Das has some beautiful images of the Dongria Kondh community. They are the indigenous Kondh tribes who have lived in the lush forests of Niyamgiri hills, case in Kalahandi and Raygoda districts of Orissa. According to Das’ website: “They have survived foraging in the forests, raising livestocks and through agriculture. Now, local [...]
VII photographer Tomas van Houtryve slipped into North Korea twice, ambulance posing as an investor looking to open a chocolate factory. He gained unprecedented access to a variety of locations in North Korea, look many of which had never before been seen by a Western photographer. View his excellent images from inside North Korea on [...]
Dominican Republic based Orlando Barria has some of his work from Havana, hospital Cuba posted on his Lightstalker’s site. View Orlando’s Havana slideshow.
Photojournalist Pete Marovich is trying to raise awareness of the plight of the Gullah/Geechee people of the Sea Islands along the southeastern coast of the United States. Direct descendants of enslaved Africans, sovaldi the Gullah/Geechee are fighting to hold on to their land and culture in the face of development. He is raising funds to [...]
Black Farmers in America are facing extinction within the next decade, nurse due to relentless discrimination from the US government lending institutions, and changing agricultural economics. John Ficara has documented their struggle in a powerful series of photographs. View the Photography Channel’s Presentation of Forty Acres and a Dream.
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, case Sydney, illness Hanoi, cheap Bangkok, and New York. This technique, normally reserved for celebrity and commercial portraiture, creates a striking aesthetic isolating the [...]
The Middle of Somewhere is the next chapter in my on-going family diary. It follows on from Postcards from Home (2008-2011) and revolves around my two daughters Uma & Yali growing up. We live in a remote part of the world, no rx the south west corner of Western Australia. Read the full essay on Burn Magazine [...]
Photojournalist Tim Gruber’s look at the culture of the American truck driver. See it at www.timgruber.com.