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Author:Terri Stone
  It just got a little easier to keep yourself honest online.   By checking a few boxes in the "Usage rights" section of Google's Advanced Image Search page, you can now tell Google to show only files tagged with a license that allows re-use...
Wednesday, 15 July 2009 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
                                          Creative acts can differ notably depending on the tool one has on hand. The other day I was walking down the street, after leaving a physical...
Friday, 10 July 2009 | Read more
Author:Daryl Lang
  UPDATE, 5:57 p.m. ET: The New York Times has published a new editors' note about the altered photo essay that was published in Sunday's Times Magazine. The newspaper says "most of the images did not wholly reflect the reality they purported to...
Tuesday, 07 July 2009 | Read more
Author:Incisive Media Ltd
  French magazine Paris Match was the victim of a hoax, as this year's winners of its Photojournalism Award revealed they had faked their images.   Every year Paris Match, which remains one of the last weekly magazines to give...
Wednesday, 24 June 2009 | Read more
Author:Noam Cohen
    Political revolutions are often closely linked to communication tools. The American Revolution wasn’t caused by the proliferation of pamphlets, written to whip colonists into a frenzy against the British. But it sure helped.  ...
Saturday, 20 June 2009 | Read more
Author:Paul Schrader
        From video games to reality TV, we are inundated with narrative and swimming in storylines, says legendary scriptwriter Paul Schrader. Can traditional cinema keep up? Or are we suffering 'narrative exhaustion'?.  ...
Friday, 19 June 2009 | Read more
Author:Rebecca Santana and Barbara Ortutay
    June 15, 2009. File photo shows a photo of defeated Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, left bottom, next to a broken computer monitor in a room in a Tehran University dormitory after it was attacked by militia forces...
Wednesday, 17 June 2009 | Read more
Author:Karl Baden
  Covering Photography   Whether we buy a book, borrow it from a friend or withdraw it from the library, our purpose, in almost every instance, is to read it. If the book has an illustrated cover, we'll usually give it a brief glance; but...
Thursday, 07 May 2009 | Read more
Author:Juan Antonio Molina
  What’s up with photography in Mexico?   My first impulse is to suppose that the Photography Biennial could answer that question. And maybe it can indeed, but not necessarily. Or perhaps not necessarily in the way we usually think....
Thursday, 07 May 2009 | Read more
Author:Hans Durrer
  One of my problems with photography, especially documentary photography, is that it is intrusive. To alleviate this problem, regardless whether it concerns press photos or portraits, photography needs the collaboration between photographer...
Monday, 20 April 2009 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
      A friend of mine sent me this link. It comes with no credits, and no website to understand the context. It seems however as a film trailer. We share it with you, simply because we are delighted to see the many directions and...
Sunday, 19 April 2009 | Read more
Author:Martin Parr
An expert's take on that Madonna image     Madonna has released an image of herself holding Mercy, the Malawian baby she hopes to adopt. It's in sepia. Why?   Choosing sepia is all to do with trying to make the image look romantic...
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 | Read more
Author:Getty Images
  We proudly support photographers who use imagery to promote positive change in our world. To that end, we’ve launched our Grants for Good.   Nonprofit agencies need imagery to tell their stories – which is why our Grants for Good...
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 | Read more
Author:BBC News
  BBC NEWS | March 11, 2009       Caravaggio used an early form of photography to create his masterpieces 200 years before the invention of the camera, a researcher has claimed.         Roberta Lapucci said the Italian...
Sunday, 08 March 2009 | Read more
Author:Phillipe de Montebello
La Vanguardia.es | march 19, 2009         "The contemplation of art requires patience; we spend too little time in front of the works."             At the end of last month after thirty-one years as director,...
Saturday, 07 March 2009 | Read more
Author:Christian Caujolle
    The week of openings in the first Phnom Penh Photo Festival in Cambodia has been a resounding success in a country largely lacking a tradition of visual culture and training, with the exception of mass media based on television and the...
Wednesday, 11 February 2009 | Read more
Author:Hillel Italie
A poster of President Barack Obama, right, by artist Shepard Fairey is shown for comparison with this April 27, 2006 file photo of then-Sen. Barack Obama by Associated Press photographer Manny Garcia at the National Press Club in...
Wednesday, 04 February 2009 | Read more
Author:HonestReporting.com
  Dear HonestReporting Subscriber   Israel's Operation "Cast Lead" dominated the newspapers, airwaves and internet for its duration, with the aftermath still generating headlines and opinion. It is extremely important to expose those cases...
Tuesday, 03 February 2009 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
  Just like every other website, ZoneZero is fed by a server. We must keep up with the pace of the advancements in technology, so all the users of zonezero.com and now pedromeyer.com and fundacionpedromeyer.com, can have easy access to all of our...
Tuesday, 06 January 2009 | Read more
Author:Little Green Footballs
  We should not forget that every television image and every news photograph coming out of Gaza right now is filtered through Hamas. The photographers filing pictures for Reuters, Associated Press, and Agence France Presse are all Palestinians,...
Monday, 05 January 2009 | Read more
Author:Mariko Takeuchi
  Essay by Maryko Takeuchi guest curator of "Spotlight on Japan" for Paris Photo 2008   Part 1 Part 2     Introduction   In Japanese, the word for “photograph” is “shashin”. It is made up of two ideograms, “sha”...
Tuesday, 04 November 2008 | Read more
Author:David Pogue
  Come on, admit it: is there anything more awesome than miniaturization?   The Walkman put a stereo system in your pocket and changed the game forever. A modern digital watch has the computing power of a roomful of 1950s computer gear. And...
Monday, 03 November 2008 | Read more
Author:Vice Magazine
            VICE Magazine has collaborated with user generated youth initiative Ctrl.Alt.Shift, to launch a unique photographic project that explores the global issues of Gender, Power and Poverty. The creative collaboration...
Sunday, 02 November 2008 | Read more
Author:Hans Durrer
  There is no reason to assume that a Thai, when looking at a photograph of the Eiffel Tower, should see a different Eiffel Tower than, say, a Swiss does. What Thai eyes and Swiss eyes register is the same, how they interpret it might however be...
Tuesday, 27 May 2008 | Read more
Author:Fernando Castro
    The first time I saw Geraldo de Barros’s Menina do Sapato was in the catalog of the exhibition of the first Latin American Colloquium of Photography: Hecho en Latinoamérica (Mexico, 1978). Had I been Brazilian perhaps I would have...
Sunday, 25 May 2008 | Read more

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