Photography Link Roundup


Photo Courtesy of WellesleyPDPhoto.com

• Terrorists “sick of being treated like photographers.” [NewsArse.com]

• The LA Times launches a new photography and video blog to focus on visual storytelling. [Framework]

• The Denver Post has some of the only color photographs from the Great Depression up on its photo blog. The images, taken by photographers from the Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information, cover four years in small-town rural America. [Denver Post]

• Delving into police abuses that took place after Hurricane Katrina, The New Orleans Times-Picayune uncovers evidence that police beat up two citizens and a photojournalist from the Toronto Star. [Times-Picayune]

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2 Responses to “Photography Link Roundup”


  1. 1 discarted August 10, 2010 at 8:20 pm

    That is a wonderful image.

    Surprised that the cop isn’t in full paramilitary gear screaming at the photog about how it’s illegal to takes pictures of cops and accident scenes.

    It’s quite evident that this photo was taken in a different era though.

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