Showing posts from April, 2015

National Geographic - The World Through Pictures: 30 Years at National Geographic | LensCulture

Workshop Update

A bold and beautiful portrait of Brazil - The Washington Post

Fact and Fiction in Modern Photography - NYT

Philip Jones Griffiths: The Vietnam War from the U.S. Side :: Black & White Magazine

Dan Farrell, Photographer Who Captured Kennedy Funeral Salute, Dies at 84

Nothing but Pictures: Alex Majoli and Paolo Pellegrin’s “Congo” - The New Yorker

Searching for Peace and Justice in Guatemala -NYT

It’s All About the People: Framing the Human Story of Detroit

Knut Skjærven: Looking at Street Photography, Part 2 - The Leica Camera

Knut Skjærven: Looking at Street Photography, Part 1 - The Leica Camera

The Sony HX90V and WX500 Are the World's Smallest 30x Zoom Cameras

Tracing the Dark Roots of Border Smuggling

Foggy morning in Astoria Oregon

Eugene Richards: Looking for Lincoln’s Legacy

The Eastern Sierra in Infrared

Meet the Filmmakers Behind the Salt of the Earth Salgado Documentary

In a Flash: Johnie Shimon and Julie Lindemann

Apple Launches Photos for OS X in Yosemite's 10.10.3 Update

Early light - Astoria Oregon


Photographer Who Took Iconic Vietnam Photo Looks Back, 40 Years After the War Ended

Your Commute Is Beautiful, and Adam Magyar Can Prove It — Vantage — Medium

Overpopulation, overconsumption – in pictures

The Worlds of Sven Nykvist

Robert Frank at 90: the photographer who revealed America won't look back

Oregon Workshop Photo Workshop - August 19-23, 2015.

100 Ideas That Changed Photography

Agnieszka Sosnowska - In My Backyard: Iceland | LensCulture

The Photograph That Captured the Horror of Martin Luther King’s Assassination

Playground Pain and Pleasure - The New Yorker

The Vietnam War, Part III: Hands of a Nation - The Atlantic