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Zuma Press’ Pictures of the day

5:49 pm by John

Zuma Pictures of the day web site

Zuma Press' Pictures of the day web site

Photo agency Zuma Press has created the “Pictures of the Day” web site to showcase some of the best work that is being done by their contributing photographers. The site is updated daily with a handful of diverse images from across the globe.

Zuma claims to be “the world’s largest independent press agency and wire service” representing more than 3,000 photographers worldwide, as well as having relationships with over 100 newspapers.

Other Zuma affiliates worth checking out include their multimedia site, zReportage and DOUBLEtruck Magazine.

Posted in Multimedia, Photojournalism

“Outside the Dream: Child Poverty in America” photos by Stephen Shames

12:31 pm by John

"Outside the Dream: Child Poverty in America" - photos by Stephen Shames.

"Outside the Dream: Child Poverty in America" - photos by Stephen Shames.

Stephen Shames’ photographs of child poverty in America are a powerful set of photos from an amazingly talented photographer. Shames’ work has been exhibited in galleries and published in magazines around the world. Aperture published three of his essays as monographs – Outside the Dream, Pursuing the Dream, and The Black Panthers. excerpts of these projects can be found on his web site.

Shames’ prints are available for purchase through the Steven Kashner Gallery in New York City. For editorial usages he is represented by Polaris Images.

Posted in Photography, Photojournalism

Tips and tricks from photographer Joe McNally

12:03 pm by John

Tips and tricks from photographer Joe McNally

Tips and tricks from photographer Joe McNally

Joe McNally offers some great tips and tricks for photographers who are looking to better their game when it comes to amazing location lighting. Joe has been a photojournalist, photographer and educator for more than twenty years. He was a staff photographer at Life magazine from 1994 to 1998 and has done numerous assignments for National Geographic.

You can read more about Joe at his website and view some of his amazing portfolios.

Posted in Photoblogs, Photography, Tips and tricks

The gangs of Rio – photography by João Pina

11:43 am by John

Gangs of Rio in the New Yorker.  Photos by João Pina, Narrated by Jon Lee Anderson

Gangs of Rio in the New Yorker. Photos by João Pina, Narrated by Jon Lee Anderson

New Yorker magazine has an interesting audio slide show narrated by writer Jon Lee Anderson. In an article in the magazine Anderson writes about gangs in the shantytowns of Rio de Janeiro. In this audio slide show, Anderson talks about how the gangs operate and the obstacles that the local police face while trying to curb the illegal drug trade. Photographs by João Pina.

You can see more images from this series on João Pina’s website.

Posted in Multimedia, Photojournalism

“shooting from the hip” a photoblog by Scott Strazzante

1:23 pm by John

Screen grab from Scott Strazzante's Shooting from the hip photoblog

A screen grab from Scott Strazzante's Shooting from the hip photoblog

Shooting from the hip is the photo blog of photographer and photojournalist Scott Strazzante. Scott is a staff photographer at the Chicago Tribune and has won numerous awards for his work from the NPPA and others. Certainly worth checking out – He has a wonderful eye and his photoblog is a place for him to publish some of his “work that at this point doesn

Posted in Photoblogs, Photography, Photojournalism

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