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photojojo: Take note on these lessons from Wieden+Kennedy’s Executive Creative Director, John C Jay: via SwissMiss Be authentic. The most powerful asset you have is your individuality, what makes you unique. It’s time to stop listening to others on what you should do. Work harder…
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In her series “Love Ever After,” photographer Lauren Fleishman shows New York couples who have been married for more than 50 years, photographed in their own homes. “This project is intended as a photographic series of love letters,” says Fleishman, who includes the words of her subjects with each photo. Images from the series are on view at the central branch of The Brooklyn Public Library in...
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What is a newspaper photograph? | via Picture... →
Some incredible insight into what makes a newspaper photograph and what they generally aren’t. But you are, as a newspaper photographer, in charge of what happens when you raise the camera. When you’re on assignment, you can be free to explore your potential as a photographer - especially once you meet the generally minimal needs of the paper. I say that the newspaper’s needs are minimal...
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Zero Party Politics: The Egyptian Revolution and... →
I don’t want to sound crass, nor do I want to minimize the implications the recent events in Egypt may have for the United States and Israel, but I have grown weary of American and Israeli pundits overlooking these remarkable events with concerns over America’s and Israel’s purported “best interests.” These are my sentiments EXACTLY. Granted, I only wish I could have written this myself, but...
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Photojournalist Ron Haviv arrived in Egypt on Monday to photograph the unrest as anti-government protesters demanded the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. Haviv describes how the situation in Egypt compares to other conflicts and unrest he’s photographed for years around the world. Watch the Skype interview below to hear how the unrest in Cairo compares to the fall of the Berlin wall or...
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Photo by Richard Hertzler / Lancaster Newspapers via AP Pedestrians hold onto buildings or each other as they try to navigate an icy sidewalk on the first block of East Orange St. in Lancaster, Pa. on Tuesday, Feb. 1.