Ron Haviv

Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Jan. 17 Edition

<i>Each week, MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people – with a focus on digital training. We’ll</i> …

Journalism

Your Photojournalism Survival Kit with Ron Haviv

Perfect for beginners or current photographers, this class teaches you what you need to know in the field. Watch a free preview on writing a pitch …

Photojournalism

Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Dec. 27 Edition

<i>Each week, MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people – with a focus on digital training. We’ll</i> …

Journalism

‘Every year more stays here’: Mexico’s drug traffic is now hitting home - Washington Post

Photojournalism

2017 Year in Review - VII Agency

Photo by Joachim Ladefoged / VII. Filipino president Duterte’s war on drugs. An overcrowded prison cell at Police station 1 in the Tondo district in …

Nagorno-Karabakh

up: these figures are alarming | Reporters without borders

The 65 journalists who were killed were either fatally injured in the course of their work (for The 2017 annual round-upRead the round-upexample, in …

Photojournalism

Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Dec. 19 Edition

<i>Each week, MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people – with a focus on digital training. We’ll</i> …

Journalism

2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Photography Books That Inspire

December 15, 2017<p>Great photography captures the imagination and pushes us to do ever-better work.<p>Indulge and inspire the photographer on your holiday …

Photographers

Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Dec. 12 Edition

<i>Each week, MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people – with a focus on digital training. We’ll</i> …

Learning

Telling Stories of Domestic Slavery in India

The lush floodplains of Dooars, India, appear to go on forever. Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, the green is so vibrant it is all consuming.<p>But beyond the riverbeds, in an area once known for its bustling tea gardens, Dooars’s dirt roads can be perilous. They are barely proper roads, and …

Photojournalism

Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Nov. 28 Edition

<i>Each week, MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people – with a focus on digital training. We’ll</i> …

Journalism

Evil, framed

<i>This text is based on a presentation made by the author at the Central European Forum in Bratislava on 18 November 2017.</i><p>We all think we know what …

Photojournalism

Read the stories behind iconic VII photos — and buy the prints! Part 1

In partnership with Human Rights Watch, VII is offering a very special edition of our VII print sale — iconic prints for just $100 through November …

Photojournalism

The Women Who Covered Vietnam

This year Australia put the journalist Kate Webb on a stamp to commemorate the country’s Veterans Day. It is a reproduction of a famous photo of Kate wearing a safari shirt, holding open her notebook while looking intently at the subject of an interview.<p>By recognizing Kate, who covered the Vietnam …

Journalism

Trophy

Film<p>Synopsis<p>In recent decades, big game hunting in Africa has expanded into an industry worth huge amounts of money that attracts great controversy, …

Photojournalism

Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Nov. 21 Edition

<i>Each week, MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people – with a focus on digital training. We’ll</i> …

Journalism

News Photography That Steps Back From Grief and Crime Scenes

It was a quiet Sunday afternoon in Katy, Tex. Most folks were just getting back from church and returning to their new normal of assessing and rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey devastated their neighborhoods. I had been there on assignment less than 24 hours, following up with some families for a …

Photojournalism

Our changing climate by United Nations Development Programme on Exposure

website<p>https://stories.undp.org/our-changing-climate<p>Exposure<p>This photo exhibition by the VII Foundation was created exclusively for the 2017 Pathway …

Climate

Upcoming Trainings and Courses: Nov. 14 Edition

<i>Each week, MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people – with a focus on digital training. We’ll</i> …

Journalism

Mel Rosenthal, Photographer Who Captured the Bronx, Dies at 77

Mel Rosenthal, a photographer who documented life both close to home in the South Bronx and in faraway places like Tanzania, focusing on the human side of hardship and urban decay, died on Oct. 30 in Redding, Conn. He was 77.<p>The cause was complications of dementia, said Deborah Dichter, a family …

Obituaries

See 40 Landscapes from The Print Swap at Black Eye Gallery

Since Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap, a worldwide project for photographers who want to share their work with one another, we’ve had repeated …

Photojournalism

After the Crash: How Photography Healed a Mind

Jared Moossy can’t remember the first three months after he emerged from the coma. The Austin-based filmmaker, then 35, was critically injured in a …

Photojournalism

In Her Own Words, Photographing the Vietnam War

Catherine Leroy was 21 when she arrived in Vietnam in 1966 with only a hundred dollars, a Leica M2 and a limited professional portfolio. Over the next three years covering the war, she built an exceptional body of work: surviving and documenting a capture by the North Vietnamese Army, parachuting …

Da Nang

The Newest Americans: portraits from the 'most diverse' US university

Photoville, a collection of 75 exhibitions, focuses on the lives of the incredibly varied student and faculty population of Rutgers University, in New Jersey<p>Marisol Conde-Hernandez has been out and proud as an undocumented Latina ever since she can remember, growing up in New Jersey. Now she wants …

Photographers

Photoville: New York’s Premier Photo Festival

Photoville, the free outdoor photo festival housed in shipping containers on the Brooklyn waterfront, is back. This year the festival will run for two weekends, offering everything from exhibitions and walking tours to Education Day, which will bring 600 middle and high school students to the …

Photojournalism

15 Exhibitions, Panels, & Events You Shouldn’t Miss at Photoville 2017

Now in its sixth year, Photoville by United Photo Industries opens Wednesday, September 13th, at Brooklyn Bridge Park. The massive (and free) event …

Photojournalism

Call for Submissions: The Print Swap Comes to Black Eye Gallery in Sydney!

In a digital world, physical photographic prints are precious.<p>Since Feature Shoot launched The Print Swap earlier this year, it has continued to grow …

Photojournalism

U.S. journalist among 19 killed in South Sudan fighting - rebels

NAIROBI, Aug 26 (Reuters) - A United States citizen working in South Sudan as a freelance journalist was among 19 people killed on Saturday during fighting between government troops and rebels in Yei River state, the rebels and the military said.<p>Christopher Allen, who worked for various news …

South Sudan

Dealing with the Past: From Photography to Film

»The problem is not that people remember through photographs but that they remember only the photographs.« (Susan Sontag)<p>The opening talk of the …

Photographers

Interview: Photojournalist Uses Polaroids to Document the Faces of the Refugee Crisis

Since 2015, photographer Giovanna Del Sarto has been documenting Europe's refugee crisis through her unique project, <i>A Polaroid for a Refugee.</i> Asking her subjects to pose, but not giving them any direction on how to do so, she snaps Polaroid photographs that not only document the current situation …

Refugees