Note on data encryption for working photojournalists…

Note on data encryption for working photojournalists… In light of my own recent experience, I highly recommend all journalists (photo, video, print or otherwise) begin encrypting your working files and drives as soon as possible – i.e. from today. It’s

Note on data encryption for working photojournalists…

Note on data encryption for working photojournalists… In light of my own recent experience, I highly recommend all journalists (photo, video, print or otherwise) begin encrypting your working files and drives as soon as possible – i.e. from today. It’s

Tomas Munita’s 2013 Daily Life WPP: El Salvador Gangs

Tomas Munita’s 2013 Daily Life WPP: El Salvador Gangs Just took a re-look at Tomas Munita’s work on El Salvador Gangs which won 3rd prize for Daily Life stories in the 2013 World Press Photo. Truly incredible – each frame

Tomas Munita’s 2013 Daily Life WPP: El Salvador Gangs

Tomas Munita’s 2013 Daily Life WPP: El Salvador Gangs Just took a re-look at Tomas Munita’s work on El Salvador Gangs which won 3rd prize for Daily Life stories in the 2013 World Press Photo. Truly incredible – each frame

Libya’s Badlands: FT Magazine report from Southern Libya

A sample of the spread from Borzou Daragahi and my feature on Southern #Libya for the Financial Times Magazine – one of the coolest assignments I’ve done in a long time. It was so great to work with the FT

Libya’s Badlands: FT Magazine report from Southern Libya

A sample of the spread from Borzou Daragahi and my feature on Southern #Libya for the Financial Times Magazine – one of the coolest assignments I’ve done in a long time. It was so great to work with the FT

Stephen Dupont on Tacloban in The New Yorker

Stephen Dupont on Tacloban in The New Yorker Powerful, epic and quite devastating work documenting the aftermath of the ‘Super Taiphoon’ in the Philippines in November by Australian photographer Stephen Dupont. I’ve seen a lot of work covering this story –

Stephen Dupont on Tacloban in The New Yorker

Stephen Dupont on Tacloban in The New Yorker Powerful, epic and quite devastating work documenting the aftermath of the ‘Super Taiphoon’ in the Philippines in November by Australian photographer Stephen Dupont. I’ve seen a lot of work covering this story –

Inspring ‘Year in Photos 2013′ from Jon Griffith

Inspring ‘Year in Photos 2013′ from Jon Griffith Remarkable blog post from Jon Griffith of Alpine Exposures Photography on his best work and favorite moments from 2013. Inspiring! I want to spend more time in the outdoors in 2014… 2013

Inspring ‘Year in Photos 2013′ from Jon Griffith

Inspring ‘Year in Photos 2013′ from Jon Griffith Remarkable blog post from Jon Griffith of Alpine Exposures Photography on his best work and favorite moments from 2013. Inspiring! I want to spend more time in the outdoors in 2014… 2013

Terrorism, Fisk and General al-Sisi in Egypt…

“I ask … that next Friday all honest and trustworthy Egyptians must come out… Why come out? They come out to give me the mandate and order that I confront violence and potential terrorism.” – General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Chief

Terrorism, Fisk and General al-Sisi in Egypt…

“I ask … that next Friday all honest and trustworthy Egyptians must come out… Why come out? They come out to give me the mandate and order that I confront violence and potential terrorism.” – General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Chief

The Veils of Aleppo: Photographs by Franco Pagetti

Originally posted on LightBox:
They are a familiar sight to anyone who has been on the frontlines in the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo: striped sheets—formerly store awnings, curtains and drapes—that once blocked the harsh sunlight or a neighbor’s prying…

The Veils of Aleppo: Photographs by Franco Pagetti

Originally posted on LightBox:
They are a familiar sight to anyone who has been on the frontlines in the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo: striped sheets—formerly store awnings, curtains and drapes—that once blocked the harsh sunlight or a neighbor’s prying…