Waheed Khan | BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

My name is Waheed Khan and my project is called All That Glitters Is Not Dahab. The project is about the link between the decline of tourism in Egypt and the politics of the country. I worked for Barclays for six years, so slowly realised that sitting at a desk in an office job is Read more…

Photography of Jessie Tarbox Beals

ROBIN KELSEY: So it’s interesting with photography the extent to which some of the great photographers, particularly the great women photographers of the Victorian era, began just with taking the sort of photographs that someone would take of family members, and friends, and so forth. And it’s through that, becoming interested in more ambitious photography. Read more…

Robert Capa – “The Greatest War Photographer in the World”

Hello photography fans! And today I would like to talk about Robert Capa who is said to be the greatest war photographer in the world. Someone who took pictures of the greatest moments in modern history. Founder of one of the most well known photography cooperative Magnum photos. Let’s talk about Robert Capa Before we Read more…

Telling stories through photographs: Herb Snitzer at TEDxTampaBay

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Hello everyone. (Audience responds) I’m sorry. (Audience) Hello. You know, I was going to start by saying that when I walk into a classroom of kindergarten children, and I say, “Good morning, children,” they jump up and down, they say, “Good morning, Mr. Snitzer.” Oh, they’re all Read more…

John Hoagland: Frontline Photographer

the CBS Evening News the night of March 16th 1984 four Americans one was killed another was kidnapped in El Salvador in a battle area 20 miles northeast of the capital John Hoagland of San Diego a photographer working for Newsweek magazine was shot dead in a firefight in Beirut William Buckley a political officer Read more…

Bayryam Bayryamali | BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

My name is Bayryam Bayryamali and I’m a third year BA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography student. The project that I’m showing in this degree show is related to the history of Bulgaria and back in the communist regime and it is related to my family history and the history of the Bulgarian Turkish community. I Read more…

Documentary Photography – “The Black Gold” Kuala Sepetang Charcoal Factory. Taiping, Malaysia

this is Kuala Sepetang Charcoal factory it’s one of the famous tourist destination in Taiping Perak Malaysia for this photoshoot I drove around 75 kilometres up north to reach this destination It’s about an hour journey the road going to the factory was pretty easy and straightforward there is no dirt or rough roads to Read more…

Expanding the Circle: The Engaged Photographer

It’s the challenge to move people and connect people and find ways that people can be, engage meaningfully. The expectations for a photograph are very great. And, it’s not just in the composition that a photographer might achieve all that they would hope for. It’s just the beginning point. It’s not just the single photograph Read more…