We’ve all gone through times in our lives where we’ve lost loved ones. As a portrait photographer I would get calls all the time for “Urgent” family photos where one family member was terminally ill, and yet others that have photos done after the loss of a loved one. Why do we wait until it’s […]
We're pretty thankful to be involved in a photography community where individual core values are celebrated. In 2016, we watched some photographers blossom, met new photographers who have become friends, and lifted each other up in taking documentary photography to our clients. This blog post is
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stackmagazines Celebrating life lived outside the ordinary, London-based @accent_magazine features intimate writing and top notch documentary photography. Read our interview with makers Lucy Numberg and @lydia_garnett on the Stack blog today... 2016/04/27 16:43:54
"I’m thrilled to announce that the Open Society Foundations are making available to the public an expansive documentary photography collection chronicling some of the most pressing human rights and social issues of our times. The website houses a searchable archive of the Documentary Photography Project’s Moving Walls exhibition series, which provides evidence of human rights abuses, puts a human face to conflict, and documents the struggles and defiance of marginalized people.."