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Quick Link: Joao Silva’s ‘This Is What I Do. This Is All That I Know.’
A great photojournalist talks about the state of his art
Photo Of Military Memorial Service Stirs Controversy
A recently released photo of President Obama at the return of the bodies of servicemen who died in Afghanistan has caused a controversy in some circles.
Severely Injured New York Times Photographer, Joao Silva Is Back In Action
After suffering a horrific injury last year, Silva's work is back on the front page of the New York Times
The Terror of Being a War Photographer
The Guardian has interviewed eighteen conflict photographers, and they all have frankly terrifying stories about their time on the front.
Interview: The Story Behind Rich Lam’s Infamous Vancouver Riot Kiss Photo
A veteran photo journalist talks about his now-iconic image.
The Homecoming Project Documents American Soldiers Returning From Combat
Photojournalist Erin Trieb aims to tell the storie of servicemen and women who have returned to America from Afghanistan and Iraq, and the struggles they face.
Getty Image Photojo Teams Up with Human Rights Watch to Offer Breathtaking iPad App
Photographer Brent Stirtton’s work documenting hardships at the Porgera gold mine is showcased in the first of many apps to be launched by HRW
Photojournalist Anton Hammerl Believed Killed In Libya
South African photojournalist Anton Hammerl's family believes he was killed by Gaddafi's forces in the Libyan desert.
The New York Times Talks Wartime Photography, Freelancing, and Ethics With Wounded Journos
New York Times executive editor Bill Keller met with photojournalists Joao Silva and Greg Marinovich at a hospital in New York, and discussed the dangers and changing nature of the business.
American Photo: Invisible Wounds
After six years struggling to photograph life on the Pine Ridge reservation, Aaron Huey now hopes he can help change it for the better.