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Trending: How Two Photographers Remembered Tiananmen Square

By David Schonauer   Wednesday June 26, 2019

On June 4, 1989, tanks moved into Tiananmen Square. This month, the world marked the 30th anniversary of the uprising that rocked Beijing and the world, when a student-led pro-democracy movement that brought thousands of protesters to the city was suppressed by the People's Liberation Army. Hundreds, possibly thousands, of people were killed. Recently, photojournalist Liu Heung Shing recalled covering the bloody conflict ...   Read the full Story >>

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Facebook   Wednesday June 26, 2019

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Agenda: The Foundry Photo Workshops 2019, in Kigali, Rwanda

By David Schonauer   Tuesday June 25, 2019

The inspirational Foundry Workshops are coming back. The program, which brings education and encouragement to photographers in developing countries, will hold its 2019 edition from August 11 to 17 in Kigali, Rwanda, with classes for beginners and experienced photojournalists. Scholarships will be going to some 40 African photographers, who will study with Finbarr O'Reilly, Nichole Sobecki, Edward Eschwalu, Sarah Waiswa, Daniel Schwartz and ...   Read the full Story >>

Passings: Nikon Ambassador Dale Sharpe Killed in Roadside Accident

PetaPixel   Tuesday June 25, 2019

Well-known Australian landscape photographer and Nikon ambassador Dale Sharpe of DK Photography was killed in a freak roadside accident on June 20, notes PetaPixel. He was 36. An announcement of Sharpe’s passing was published to his official Facebook page, and the news was confirmed in a news report by The Wichita Eagle. Sharpe was driving on a highway in Kansas when he struck a deer, leaving his car disabled. He was then struck by another car. Sharpe had over 50,000 followers on Facebook and over 134,000 followers on Instagram.    Read the full Story >>

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