James Valls

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Video: A Primer on Color Spaces and Having a Color-Managed Photo Workflow

For some photographers, no term strikes more fear into one’s heart than “Color Spaces.” The idea that different devices, along with our eyes, …

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Tim Hetherington remembered by Idil Ibrahim

It is hard to believe just a few months ago, Tim and I were beaming with joy on the red carpet at the Oscars both in a state of awe. "Don't worry," Tim said, holding me closer after not winning his category for best documentary film, "I have my Oscar right here." These last few months have been a …

Less than 48 hours to pre-order my 20-year retrospective photo book, The Long Shadow of Chernobyl on @kickstarter! www.GerdLudwig.com/Kickstarter Over the years I have delved deeper inside the #Chernobyl reactor than any western photographer, at times so deep I could only stay for seconds at a time and capture a few frames. Here, workers, wearing respirators and plastic suits for protection, can only pause briefly on their way to drill holes for support rods inside the #sarcophagus. It is hazardous work: radiation is so high that they constantly need to monitor their Geiger counters and dosimeters, and are allowed only one 15 minute stay in this space. [Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine 2005] #gasmask #radiation #fallout #nuclear #disaster #reactor4 #чаэс #Чернобыльской

Photographer Jerome Delay

Jerome Delay is AP’s chief photographer for Africa, based in Johannesburg. After working as an AP stringer in Denver, Colorado and as a staff …

Can war photography be beautiful?

“Are you an artist or a journalist?”<p>Marcel Feil, the Deputy Director of artistic affairs at Foam, wasted no time getting to the big questions. The …

Capturing the 'suffering of light' over 30 years

Magnum photographer Alex Webb took some time to talk to msnbc.com about his past work and current projects. Webb studied history and literature at Harvard University, and joined Magnum Photos in 1976. After briefly shooting in black-and-white, he is most known for his use of color and complex …

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

A Hutu man who did not support the genocide had been imprisoned in the concentration camp, starved and attacked with mac<p>... VIEW MORE<p>James Nachtwey …

The Molotov Cocktail, a crude, simple, weapon. Yet highly effective. EuroMaidan protestors used thousands of these in their battles with pro-government forces. The nature and fury of fire is powerful. Photo by @donaldweber from Kiev. #euromaidan #molotovcocktail #kiev #ukraine

7 Reasons Why Donald Weber's Kiev Molotov Cocktail Portraits are That Effective

1. It may have been done before, but I haven’t seen it.<p>2. I suppose any kind of bottle can be used, but each pic in the edit is alcohol — hence, that …

14 Female Photographers You Should Know Now

Professional photography has been historically dominated by men, and in certain areas, we still see low representation of women (e.g. the number of …

Photo by @benlowy | Sochi, Russia - February 22, 2014: Lategram from Russia. Condensation and a gondola ride. #photojournalism #travel #sochi2014 #olympics #documentary #latergram

Women take part in a commemorative procession for protesters who were killed in clashes with police in Kiev, Ukraine, Feb. 26, 2014. Photograph by Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME (@noorimages). For more, visit www.time.com #Kiev #Ukraine #Euromaidan

A viewfinder video portrait of Oleksiy, a volunteer medic, who visited my makeshift studio by the barricades in Hrushevskogo street today. Maidan anti government protests, Kiev, Ukraine. Video made through the waist level view finder of a Bronica SqAi medium format camera and taken on an iPhone. # #kiev #ukraine #filmisnotdead #fujifilm #bronica #6x6 #portrait #photography #photojournalism @viiphoto

Ukraine's People Power in Photos

A makeshift photo studio provides a captivating look at the Ukrainian upheaval.<p>In an improvised studio in a graffiti-strewn alley, photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind has been quietly capturing images of the people who have been taking part in the dramatic protests in Kiev. Last week those violent …

Norwegians looking for their house. w @annalinn

In pictures: canine capers by Elliott Erwitt – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

Posted at 10:15 am, February 22, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Fun London<p>PARIS, 1989 © Elliot Erwitt<p>It’s a dog’s life living in London at times. …

The Year in Photojournalism

To wrap up 2013 and to commemorate the outstanding photographic work that emerged this year, I asked a number of photographers to choose one image that particularly affected them over the past twelve months. Their responses cover an incredible range of work, from photographs of Mars captured by a …

Photos of the Year That Almost Got Away: Behind and Beyond 365

A monthly calendar used by TIME Senior Photo Editor Phil Bicker to edit 2013: The Year in 365 Pictures. Scroll to the b<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Eugene Reznik<p>1 of …

Early Free Yorm Bopha Protest

The final appeal for Yorm Bopha’s case at the Supreme Court is not due until the 22nd, but the Boeung Kak lake community was out in front of the …

Hombres de Musgo or 'Moss Men' take part in the Corpus Christi procession on June 2, 2013 in Bejar, Salamanca province, Spain. The tradition, which dates back to 1397, originates from a legend involving Christians reconquering the town by entering under cover of darkness covered in moss to camouflage themselves. Photograph by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez—Getty Images. For more Pictures of the Week, visit lightbox.time.com.

The Thin Red Line

Inside the White House debate over Syria.<p>Just after midnight on April 25th, a Syrian medical technician who calls himself Majid Daraya was sitting at home, in the city of Daraya, five miles from the outskirts of Damascus, when he heard an explosion. He ran outside, and, on the southern horizon, he …

Le Journal de la Photographie

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7 Photojournalism Tips by Reuters Photographer Damir Sagolj

Sebastian Junger on the Value and Cost of War Reporting and Making a Film About His Late ‘Restrepo’ Co-Director Tim Hetherington

Sebastian Junger on the Value and Cost of War Reporting and Making a Film About His Late 'Restrepo' Co-Director Tim Hetherington<p>On February 27, 2011, …