FAbP #1 (Frequently Asked by Photojournalists)

We are starting a new series here on the Ed Kashi blog, one that addresses the questions that come in to Ed from aspiring and new photojournalists. Our hope is that by publishing these FAbP’s, Ed can pass on his knowledge and experience to a broader audience, one that...

October 27, 2011

Interview(s) on PhotoQ

Along with Peter Van Agtmael, Peter Stigter, Newsha Tavakolian, Inge van Iersel, Michel Szulc Krzyzanowski, Hellen van Meene, Joost van den Broek and Donald Weber, Ed is featured in a series of online videos, “Facing the Future,” mainly  addressing the complex economic climate for photojournalists. In Holland now, Ed...

October 25, 2011


Recently launched, by founder and executive director, Laura Kahn, PROOF is a new website that is promoting social change through images. In an environment where paper publications are closing shop, PROOF is a welcomed champion for distributing critical imagery that is being generated by the community of photojournalists. Ed...

October 24, 2011

Book Announcement (featuring photography legends)

After nearly five years in the making,  Tim Mantoani is pleased to announce the release of  “Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends” which is on press and due out soon. Ed was honored by his inclusion in this esteemed volume. The project is being published by Channel Photographics and will...

October 17, 2011

Amparihy Appeal for Aid

In 2010 Ed created an award winning series that documented the environmental crisis in Madagascar and the subsequent poverty and stress on the Malagasy people. Ed walked away from the project with a deep respect for  the people and their history of living in symbiosis with the land for...

October 13, 2011

Brazilian Telephone Dance

So I was photographing at the port of Santos in Brazil a couple of days ago, waiting for dock workers to speak with, and I watched this stevedore making a call. I didn’t realize the jig he was performing. Dancing at the Pay phone in Brazil    

October 10, 2011

Rest In Peace, Steve.

Ed Kashi Studio wants to extend condolences to the family and friends of Steve Jobs today. Steve was one of those rare human beings whose vision was larger than his lifetime. His contribution in bringing technology to the vernacular culture as tools and toys for the people is fondly...

October 06, 2011

Multimedia and Photofilms/Audio Slideshows (for still photographers)

Publishers and editors who previously worked exclusively with still photographs are finding that multimedia pieces and photofilms/audio slideshows are indispensible storytelling vehicles, especially in the web-publishing environment. Multimedia pieces (a combination of video, audio and stills) and photofilms/audio slideshows (a combination of audio and stills) have been around for...

October 03, 2011