University of Florida student Tim Hussin has been named the 63rd College Photographer of the Year following judging at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Hussin was awarded the gold in the portfolio category as well as gold in multimedia – individual still image/audio story or essay. He also won silver in the same [...]
Photojournalist Charlie Mahoney’s work on Catalonia’s only remaining active bullfighting ring in Northeastern Spain is exceptional. The ring held its last bullfight on September 25, purchase 2011. Charlie is a member of Prime Collective. See his essay here at: www.primecollective.com. Please feel free to return to this page and comment on the work we have [...]
Alex Webb had published, stuff The Suffering of Light, look 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.
When I started looking at photojournalist Justin Mott’s website, cheap I could not get past the first essay. It just plain stopped me cold. Mott has an excellent essay about the Ba Vi Orphanage near Hanoi, Vietnam that is caring for 124 severely disabled and abandoned children that are believed to be 3rd generation Agent [...]
According to her bio, purchase Rebecca Gaal, an international photojournalist, is best known for her work with cultural documentation. Her work on India is a excellent example of exactly that. She has a set of stunningly beautiful images on India as well as wonderful work on other countries in her Photoshelter archive. Please take a [...]
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 [...]
James Whitlow Delano’s coverage of Cyclone Nargis, pharmacy a category 4 storm, that slammed into Burma’s Irrawaddy River Delta in May 2008, is one of the entries in the 2009 PhotoPhilanthropy Awards. View the essay here at www.photophilanthropy.org. More of James Whitlow Delano’s work can be found on his website www.jameswhitlowdelano.com.
“In wildness is the preservation of the world.” — Thoreau For me there is no better place to stretch myself as a photographer than in the natural world. Just minutes outside of Washington, sales DC is the dramatic wildness of the Potomac River Gorge. It is a spectacular bit of nature that beckons to the adventurer, [...]