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  • Powerful Post-Haiyan Photographs by Stephen Dupont

    Powerful Post-Haiyan Photographs by Stephen Dupont
    Two months after mammoth Typhoon Haiyan ravaged Central and Eastern Visayas in the Philippines, The New Yorker gives us a glimpse, through the eyes and lens of an Australian photojournalist, of the scenes that followed days after storm. Take a look at some gripping monochrome photos from the Haiyan photo diary of Stephen Dupont after the jump!
  • Icons in Focus: Abbas

    Icons in Focus: Abbas
    A member of the prestigious photo agency Magnum since 1981, Iranian-French Abbas is among the living legends of photography, revered for his striking monochrome photographs on political issues, life of societies in conflict, and religious themes.
  • Conflict Equals Compelling Documentary Photography

    Conflict Equals Compelling Documentary Photography
    "To find your news story, look for the person with the sad face," advised my professor as she drew a :( on the board, and that became my most memorable lesson from Journalism school. Documentary photography thrives on powerful emotions and the media is quick to capitalize on this candid yet effective concept as evidenced by the most iconic images of the 20th century.