Rosmarie Voegtli | Flickr

Rosmarie Voegtli | Flickr

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Renting a Darkroom in TokyoJapan Camera Hunter

How I Became the Subject of My Own Boston Bombing PhotosBill Hoenk

The International Center of Photography’s Brave New World Christies

So, What Is a Video Essay Really?Filmmakers Magazine

Under Pressure at the Bloomberg Picture DeskCreatives Go!

I am Lucy Wainwright and This Is Why I Shoot FilmEmulsive

Paris Attack Photo Sparks Press Freedom CaseNY Times

The Polaroid Reborn, But Will It Survive? – Financial Times

Kids Photography Grows UpPDN

Anatomy of an Unnerving Ad CampaignBBC

What It Takes to Be a Good Street PhotographerEric Kim

Exposing Hollywood’s Age-Old Achille’s HeelNo Film School



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NPPA Adds Anti-Harassment Standard to Code of Ethics

Posted by on Wednesday July 26, 2017 | Business, Photojournalism

The National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) has adopted an anti-harassment standard as part of its Code of Ethics, the organization announced this week. The new standard, adopted by unanimous vote of the NPPA board of directors on July 22, states: “Do not engage in harassing behavior of colleagues, subordinates or subjects and maintain the highest... More

Photographer Tasneem Alsultan: Raising the Questions Americans Should Be Asking Themselves

Posted by on Tuesday July 25, 2017 | Photojournalism

In our recent series about how photographers cover stories as outsiders, we featured Tasneem Alsultan, among other photographers. Alsultan grew up in both the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, so she sees each culture from the perspective of the other. Our story focused on how that influences stories she’s done in Saudi Arabia, particularly “Saudi Tales... More