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Giles Clarke's El Salvador Police Cage Exposé

Giles Clarke is a photographer with the bit between his teeth. Last summer, he wandered into a story about squalid cages being used by El Salvadorian police to hold men accused of gang-related crimes. 900 more words


Ali Khan

It’s become routine now that I leave my flat beneath the Flame Towers every morning and walk the short distance towards the main road to meet either Ali or his son. 377 more words


“Safe Sex On The Dance Floor.”

The New York Times has a series called “One In Eight Million,” after watching a few stories on there, I fell in love with what they’re doing. 545 more words


PetaPixel Hits Travel Photography Rules Out Of The Park

Today, photography website PetaPixel posted a really well thought-out and cleverly written piece by Ami Vitale titled, “Top 10 Rules Of Travel Photography”. Generally, the advice that can be found on the topic of travel photography is completely culturally ignorant. 71 more words


two small thoughts

on americana in baltimore, as i go through some photos taken previously this summer.

baseball, and dogs in costumes.

thanks baltimore.

In Search of a 'Decisive Moment' at the dogs

Last week I photographed the local dog-track in my hometown of Kilkenny. That day I had planned to meet up with a friend who is a stonemason and photograph him at work (as part of my series on people at work). 1,458 more words


Its ladies night, all the girls drink for free..

For our last major before starting our final project,

we had to photograph a workplace.

3 images were to be submitted:

1) an overall view of the workplace… 163 more words