Showing posts from December, 2011

The Last Cowboys by Adam Jahiel | Retronaut

Photo From North Korea Funeral Was Doctored -

Fuji X100 Samples

The Nature of Truth, Art, and Propaganda in Photography

The Online Photographer: Fujifilm FinePix X10 Impressions

The Online Photographer: Burning Our Bridges

La Lettre de la Photographie

Bill Allard Explains How He Became a National Geographic Photographer - The Photo Society

Shot with the Fujifilm X100

Self Publishing Platform & Photo Sharing Community

Photo Raw Magazine | The voice of a photographer.

Joel Salatin for TIME | Luceo Images

Slab City

BBC News - Adapt to survive: A photographer's view of the market today

BBC News - The story behind the news pictures

Books of the Year: Brian Ulrich's "Is This Place Great or What" | American Photo

The Online Photographer: The Most Desirable Cameras on the Planet: Numbers 3, 2, and 1

DIANE ARBUS: “Notes from the Margin of Spoiled Identity – The Art of Diane Arbus” (1988) « ASX | AMERICAN SUBURB X | Photography & Culture

If clichés are so bad, why do they win contests? - Blog - Picture Editor : Photography Consultant : Mentor : Mike Davis

Meet the 'King of the Paparazzi' -

Fujifilm patents hybrid organic/CMOS sensor: Digital Photography Review

Once Magazine

Photography on the iPad: The Road to Success? - British Journal of Photography

Photographer Profile - Brian Griffin: Digital Photography Review


Witness to the End, Photographer Reflects on Vietnam - David Hume Kennerly

2011: The Year in Photos, Part 3 of 3 - Alan Taylor - In Focus - The Atlantic

Exposure 2011 | Keith Skelton


The Best Photo Books of 2011 | American Photo

45 Powerful Images Of 2011 - BuzzFeed

Kodak's long fade to black

Edward Burtynsky Interview - A Photo Editor