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Tell the Story

The photojournalist’s success is only half achieved by taking the picture. Matt Black, having just completed “After the Fall,” the third story in his People of Clouds series, is committed to not only capturing the dilemma of the Mixteca but he asks that we all pass the message along so...

August 30, 2012

The Trail

In Tampa next week, August 27-30, over 4,000 delegates and alternate delegates from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories will gather together at the 40th Republican National Convention. One New Jersey mom and filmmaker — my wife, Julie Winokur —  and her Bring it...

August 23, 2012

Follow, follow, follow, follow

Follow the New Yorker’s Instagram feed — @newyorkermag — where Ed is a guest photographer all week long. Starting with Martin Schoeller on August 1st, the editors over at The New Yorker are inviting photographers to contribute Instagram photos for week long segments. The feed is a like a...

August 20, 2012

Andre Hermann on iPhoneography

Yesterday I had the most inspiring visit with Andre Hermann, a young photographer from San Francisco who is pioneering iPhonography. He gave me a whole new appreciation of what we can do with this medium, as well as how we can do it in our own voice, instead of...

August 17, 2012

April 20 – July 15, never-ending

Please take a look at this important story that addresses our nation’s servitude to our large corporations, oftentimes at the cost of our fellow Americans. Talking Eye’s Media’s Jessey Dearing and Open Society Foundations’ Lauren Frohne, have teamed up to create the long term documentary, Spilling Over, that follows...

August 16, 2012

The universe of guns

With the recent shootings in Colorado and Wisconsin, one has to wonder: What is the primary purpose for a gun? Sport? Hunting? Survival? Protection? Self Defense? Freedom? Human Rights? National security? Power? Paranoia? Fear? Hatred?  A world tour of gun images by Ed Kashi.

August 09, 2012

Stephanie Sinclair talks to Christiane Amanpour on CNNi

Watch this important interview with Stephanie Sinclair, where she talks to Christiane Amanpour about her 9 year project on Child Marriage around the world, work that is included in VII’s new book, Questions Without Answers.  

August 05, 2012

Living with the Dead

Jessica and James Chance’s multimedia project, telling the collective and individual stories of Filipinos who are living in Manila’s North Cemetery — upwards of 2000 men, women and children — is a beautifully executed and relevant body of work. They have reached the final climb on their journey, having won Every...

August 01, 2012