Posts Tagged: photojournalism

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

“In the midst o…

“In the midst of the wreckage at ground zero, I had a realisation. I’d been photographing in the Islamic world since 1981. Not only in the Middle East, but in Africa, Asia and Europe. At the time I was photographing

“In the midst o…

“In the midst of the wreckage at ground zero, I had a realisation. I’d been photographing in the Islamic world since 1981. Not only in the Middle East, but in Africa, Asia and Europe. At the time I was photographing

On not criticising moderate toning by photojournalists…

I have to say, I don’t buy the argument made by Allen Murabayashi in his recent articles criticising the level of toning being used by some photojournalists – at least not with the specific example he’s chosen.  The kind of

On not criticising moderate toning by photojournalists…

I have to say, I don’t buy the argument made by Allen Murabayashi in his recent articles criticising the level of toning being used by some photojournalists – at least not with the specific example he’s chosen.  The kind of

World Press Photo… inspiring stuff.

It’s always so inspiring when World Press Photo comes out. I had a brief shoot this morning in Cairo and am now spending my afternoon being totally blown away by the work from this year’s winners. Alessio Romenzi‘s long term

World Press Photo… inspiring stuff.

It’s always so inspiring when World Press Photo comes out. I had a brief shoot this morning in Cairo and am now spending my afternoon being totally blown away by the work from this year’s winners. Alessio Romenzi‘s long term

Thoughts on Black and White…

Things on the news front here in Cairo have been quiet the past week or two – at least for us photographers. It’s down-time like this that I use to take a look over the work that I’ve been doing,

Thoughts on Black and White…

Things on the news front here in Cairo have been quiet the past week or two – at least for us photographers. It’s down-time like this that I use to take a look over the work that I’ve been doing,

“My name is Hamzeh. I love you.”

  Really, Hamzeh… not now. Again, how slack I have been in updating my blog! Time is whizzing by faster each day, I’ve been here one month (hence my meeting with Hamzeh, who loves me, but more on that in

“My name is Hamzeh. I love you.”

  Really, Hamzeh… not now. Again, how slack I have been in updating my blog! Time is whizzing by faster each day, I’ve been here one month (hence my meeting with Hamzeh, who loves me, but more on that in

Ramsterdam!

Long time no blog! It’s been a flat-chat ten days (has it really been ten days?) since I last wrote here. It’s now the end of my third week here and time has really flown by – a lot and

Ramsterdam!

Long time no blog! It’s been a flat-chat ten days (has it really been ten days?) since I last wrote here. It’s now the end of my third week here and time has really flown by – a lot and