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Follow-Up: Robert Clark Returns to Friday Night Football

By David Schonauer   Wednesday August 31, 2016

Over the past year and a half, our weekly Profiles publication has spotlighted the work and working methods of photojournalists, fine-art photographers, sports photographers, celebrity photographers, outdoor photographers, advertising photographers and assorted cinematographers. Today we are following up on one of our Profile subjects - National Geographic photographer Robert Clark, who recently directed a series of short films for Russell Athletics about the glory and ...   Read the full Story >>

The Discussion: Is Wedding Photography Like Pokemon Go or a Zombie Apocalypse?

Eva Creel   Wednesday August 31, 2016

Photographing a wedding is a lot like surviving a zombie apocalypse, writes German wedding photographer Eva Creel. It’s all a matter of making alliances, she says, plus knowing what to pack and what to leave behind, bringing lots of ammo and knowing when to hide. Weirdly, she makes a lot of sense. On the other hand, Sydney, Australia-based photographer Daniel Cheung  compares shooting weddings to playing Pokemon Go: Spending money is easy and making it is hard.   Read the full Story >>

Honor Roll: Shortlist Announced for Alfred Fried Award for Peace

Alfred Fried Photography Award   Wednesday August 31, 2016

The shortlist has been announced for the 2016 Alfred Fried Photography Award —  a prize from Austria’s Photographische Gesellschaft and Edition Lammerhuber in partnership with UNESCO that honors work expressing ideals of peace. This year’s nominees were chosen from some 16,883 images submitted by photographers from 127 countries. Among those on the list: Feng Dawei (China); Hernan Churba, Argentina (Argentina); Abdollah Heidari (Iran); and American Photography winner  Peter Bauza (Brazil).   Read the full Story >>

State of the Art: The Future of World Press Photo

Vantage   Wednesday August 31, 2016

“We are now seeing independent fields overlap. There have been developments not only in photography but in many other fields that has resulted in discussions as to where you could use the strengths of photography for better storytelling.” So says World Press Photo Foundation Lars Boering in an interview with Blink writer Kyla Woods. Boering talks about about changes in the organization and offers insight for emerging and established visual storytellers. He also explains why World Press Photo is and isn’t a photographic think tank.   Read the full Story >>

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