James Whitlow Delano
Seeing: Editor's Introduction
It has become harder to make a living as a photographer, but easier to sell photographs. More than ever, personal voice has become important for the media artist who wants to stand out, convey a message—maybe even still make a living. How does one do that these days?
- Jon Anderson,
Open Society Fellow, captures a side of the Dominican Republic away
from the tourist sites. And Anderson's 10
Techniques for better photojournalism.
Bozovic illustrates the novels of his friend Aleksander Hemon.
|MAKING ICONS -
the Associated Press' Photography Service, talks about
what makes photographs iconic.
APPRENTICE - What
does Kitra Cahana do during breaks from her studies at McGill
University? Visits global hot spots and creates award-winning images.
|NOT STILL ANYMORE
- Nana Chen
puts behind a quiet childhood to earn a living as an Asia-based
- Film and manual
cameras... New York-based Alan Chin documents war and crises the
|ASIA BY LEICA
- James Whitlow
documents an Asia that is vanishing.
||IN A CRISIS
- Chile-based Hugo
Infante talks about how he covers a crisis.
|A DAY IN THE LIFE
Orleans-based Andy Levin, a former Life magazine contributor, explains
"rhythm, movement and soul."
||THE BLUEST EYE
- John Loomis
discusses how he makes a living as a Miami-based photographer,
and how he launched Blue Eyes magazine.
|AT THE BAT
- Sports Illustrated
contributor Brad Mangin on why shooting sports is not as
easy as people think.
Jessie Mann makes the
from one of our generations best-known muses to her own career as an
EDGE - Allen
Murayabashi, CEO of Photoshelter and graduate of the Eddie
Adams workshop, discusses how technology is changing the way we
||MAKING THE AGENCY - Jason Pagan teaches what aspiring photographers need to make the grade at a photo agency.|
|GRIT AND GRIME
Rohner leaves painting for the grit and grime of photography.
||ELEMENTAL - Eugene Smith award winner John Vink follows the struggles of the poor over water, land and food.|