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Hear Ed Kashi Tune in and listen to Ed in a frank conversation about life and photography on “Staying In Focus Photography Podcast,” hosted by Patrick Onofre. Ed covers the importance of accurate and in-depth reporting v. chasing-the-latest-front style shooting. He muses on unlocking our inherent creativity . “We...

November 29, 2012

Fellowship deadline: Dec 07.

Social Documentary.net is partnering with MSH to award three photographers a $4,000 fellowship, plus travel expenses, to spend two weeks working in Africa to document the global health projects of Management Sciences for Health (MSH). This is a great opportunity for photographers who are looking to create meaningful content...

November 20, 2012

It’s grant season at Alexia Fdn!

Applications for the 2013 grants will be accepted beginning today, Nov. 15, 2012. The role of today’s photojournalist has never been more critical. Through grants, scholarships, and special projects, The Alexia Foundation is committed to supporting the work of photojournalists and their powerful ability to communicate through images and move each...

November 15, 2012

Staten Island After The Superstorm

Ed Kashi grew up in the New York City area and now lives in New Jersey. So when Bloomberg Businessweek asked him to shoot the devastation and recovery efforts in Staten Island, Ed agreed wholeheartedly. This is his backyard. The most surprising thing about this assignment? The incredible local relief...

November 13, 2012

Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar

Tomorrow, Nov 9th, the first installment of Noorderlicht’s traveling exhibition, The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar, will open in Yogjakarta, Indonesia. Six photographers — James Whitlow Delano, Alejandro Chaskielberg, Francesco Zizoia, Carl de Keyzer, Tomasz Tomaszewski, along with Ed — participated in this epic journey to understand globalization by studying the...

November 08, 2012

NOV 08 OPENING – rescheduled! PLEASE TAKE NOTE!

I am pleased to invite anyone who is in New York City next week to visit my exhibition “The Forgotten Land: Madagascar Out of Balance” at VII Gallery in Dumbo. The show is open to the public starting Monday, Nov 12th. The opening event was scheduled for tonight, Nov...

November 04, 2012

Ohio Swingers in New Yorker Mag

Dayton, Ohio: More money has been spent on the 2012 election than any presidential race in history, and of that money, a majority has been spent in the fight for Ohio, where the 18 electoral votes are crucial to the elections outcome. Obama and Romney have made more trips...

November 02, 2012

“Table Talks” on TV.MSNBC / Julie Winokur on “Weekends with Alex Witt”

Starting today, MSNBC will feature six “Bring it to the Table” video segments. Each day running through Nov. 6, MSNBC will release one of Talking Eyes Media’s frank, constructive, and thoughtful “Table Talks” featuring thematic, impromptu interviews of citizens like you. Kicking off with “Abortion: are you conflicted?” and...

November 01, 2012