Posts tagged photojournalism
“David Guttenfelder is TIME’s pick for Instagram photographer of the year. The veteran photojournalist is a seven-time World Press Photo award-winner. He has traveled the world for the Associated Press, covering wars, elections and natural disasters in over 75 countries. But in 2013, Guttenfelder, the AP’s chief Asia photographer, won over a new audience after he became one of the first foreign photographers to be granted the ability to work in North Korea. And he featured some of his most striking, intimate pictures from the Hermit Kingdom on Instagram.”
Just use reporters as iPhone photographers? Here’s the result
Front pages, June 26, 2013.
Sandy fundraiser at Foley Gallery
With photos by Ben Lowy and others.
From benlowy on Tumblr:
#Sandy Hurricane Relief Fundraiser. One night only! November 19 6-9PM. Please join me @ruddyroye @wyattgallery @edkashi @stephenwilkes @michaelchristopherbrown @lyle_owerko and others for a gallery show of iPhone photographs documenting #sandy. Please come by and make a donation or buy a print. All proceeds will benefit recovery efforts. #hipstamatic
Also see the article at Feature Shoot.
“I do have fantasies about selling my DSLRs. I hate them. I hate carrying them and I hate what they’ve done to my back and shoulders. The beauty of the iPhone is it takes away so many options from you that you’re forced to return to being a beginner photographer again, and being limited in what you know how to do.”
Photojournalist Dave Getzschman, from an interview with Know Your Cell.
“iPhone photography is here to stay. And not only that. Photographers like Mangin and Lowy are proving, in real time, that this kind of photography has value and contributes to the richness of the contemporary photographic world.”
Jakob Schiller at Wired’s Raw File
From an article, "Stop Arguing about Instagram and Go Make a Picture"