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The Story Behind the Photos of a Migrant's Brutal Killing in South Africa

Twenty-eight seconds. James Oatway checked the time stamps of the series of pictures he captured of an attack that took place in South Africa’s Alexandra Township last weekend. 615 more words

Thoughts on the World Press Photo Award Controversy

I remember a few years ago, when I was a college junior and a bright-eyed journalism student, I had asked an older photojournalist for advice. His advice was to find a new career. 1,212 more words

Thoughts On Photography

How not to photograph a severed head

Sometime in the early 1990s, I believe, I was sent to the area of Frazier Park, California, to cover a reported small plane crash in the mountains between Bakersfield and Los Angeles. 1,654 more words

Who is that big dude down front?

Every performance I attend these days has someone with some photographic device capturing the moment and definitely disrupting the view and listening experience. Or, has it always been that way and I need to chill out? 326 more words