Robert Frank 1924-2019

Robert Frank died today. As Sean O’Hagan wrote for The Guardian “it is impossible to imagine photography’s recent past and overwhelmingly confusing present without (Robert Frank’s) lingeringly pervasive presence. Frank

POYLATAM Winners in NYT Lensblog

Óscar Prieto, a survivor of a brain tumor, showed the scars from his operation. Madrid. Jan. 21, 2016. (First place in Portraits: Photographic Singles) ANTONIO HEREDIA   Please check out

La Batea: Impressions of Gold in Colombia

Friends,  Stephen Ferry’s Kickstarter project is in it’s last week… with your participation he and his sister can complete La Batea: Impressions of Gold in Colombia. La Batea documents artisanal gold miners, their craft,

Cotton Coulson: ‘Keep going’

 By David Griffin National Geographic photographer Cotton Coulson died in Norway the last week of May, after a scuba diving accident. (nppa.org) When I first entered close orbit around planet

“Working For Free”

There’s an interesting conversation going on over at The Atlantic about working for free. The talk is among journalists, but it’s not much of a stretch to bring it into the photography (or really any creative) space. It started last week with journalist Nat Thayer, who was asked by The Atlantic website to repurpose a blog post for free. The original article, “25 […]