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.
Alzbeta Jungrova, of the Czech Republic, has some really nice work documenting the drug trade in Afghanistan and Pakistan on her Lightstalkers gallery. You can see his work at www.lightstalkers.org.
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
American-Journal has an essay about the Occupy Wall Street movement and its ongoing occupation of New York and Washington, D.C. The essay a bit lengthy, but it has images from both protests and it was shot by two different photographers. View the essay at American-Journal.org.
John Adkisson, a journalism student at UNC Journalism School Chapel Hill has won best multimedia story at the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar.
Afghanistan based photojournalist Zalmaï has an essay about the ongoing internal conflicts between La FARC and other paramilitary groups In Colombia that have forced more than 3.3 million flee their homes and seek shelter elsewhere in the country. The displaced people mostly come from the countryside and move to big cities like Bogota, Medellin, or Cartagena. [...]
Masaru Goto’s images of Khmer Rouge soldiers that are protecting Cambodia’s claim to the Preah Vihear temple following UNESCO approving Cambodia’s bid to make the temple a UN World Heritage site. The decision has ignited long-standing tensions between Cambodia and Thailand, who both claim land around the temple, which lies on the border between the [...]
The Digital Journalist August feature story is about Seamus Murphy’s recent book, “A Darkness Visible,” published in 2008 by Saqi Books of London, a retrospective of his work in Afghanistan since 1994. Murphy is a photojournalist with the VII Network. View the story on The Digital Journalist. View the images from the book on the Digital [...]
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 [...]
Washington, D.C. based photojournalist Gabriela Bulisova has an excellent series of portraits of displaced Iraqis refugees who are now settling in the United States. Many had requested to be photographed not showing their faces and Bulisova does a wonderful job of executing the images under this restriction. Her essay can be seen on her Photoshelter archive [...]
The American West is who I am. It was my childhood, and it is my way now. The ideals of the West have shaped my personality, my values, and my decisions. I see a culture of bravery, resilience. I understand the ebb and flow, the double edged sword of progress, the battle of conservation verses [...]