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Eve Arnold's Life Re-Examined Through Her Photographs

Born on April 21, 1912 — 103 years ago today — Magnum photographer Eve Arnold was best known for her iconic photographs of Marilyn Monroe, made from the early 1950s all the way to 1961 on the set of the movie star’s final film, … 244 more words

Photojournalist Moises Saman Receives Guggenheim Fellowship

Magnum photojournalist Moises Saman was about to step out to dinner in Barcelona last night when he heard some very pleasant news: he had just been awarded the prestigious 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship. 193 more words

Eve Arnold: Magnum Legacy Series | A New Book

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“Being a woman is just a marvelous plus in photographing. Men like to be photographed by women, it becomes flirtatious and fun, and women feel less… 105 more words


Paris Magnum - an exercise on creative critique

The Hotel de Ville (City Hall) in Paris has a ductile salon that is often used to host displays of various kinds. It is divided into a mezzanine and a larger, rectangular area on the lower level, with a very high ceiling and no obstacles, such as pillars. 341 more words


Tout ça est le monde? - MAGNUM

Une amie très chère – entre autre partie de la rédaction des étincelles, MaFe – m’a rejoint à Paris et une fois réunies, nous avons décidé de nous livrer à la vie culturelle parisienne. 1,449 more words


Beneath the Front Lines of the War in Eastern Ukraine

The miners didn’t hear the impact of the shell and kept extracting coal from the earth more than half a mile below the battlefield. They continued their work for several minutes, oblivious to the danger they were suddenly facing. 820 more words

Photojournalism Daily: Jan. 6, 2015

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Marcus Bleasdale‘s work from Central African Republic for an in-depth account of the country’s spiral into bloodshed by Peter Bouckaert of Human Rights Watch, with whom the photographer has covered the country since November 2013. 245 more words