World Press Photo 2015 winners announced

Posted By admin / March, 5, 2015 /

The jury of the 58th annual World Press Photo Contest has announced this year’s winners. In what is considered one of the most prestigious photojournalism honors, prizes were given to 42 photographers in eight categories. “World Press Photo is more interesting than being just a competition. The winning image fosters debate not only within the…

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Songkran in Chiang Mai 2014 – Reportage

Posted By admin / April, 19, 2014 /

Photographing Songkran in Thailand is a bit like underater photography  šŸ˜‰ So here is the collection of 200 random images taken during Songkran in Chiang Mai. This is how far you can go with the cheapest DSLR wrapped in a plastic bag from 7-11 Enjoy!

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Why Do You Love Bangkok?

Posted By admin / July, 17, 2013 /

BK Magazine has asked Bangkokians “What is it that you love so very dearly about your beautiful city?” This is what they said: Source: BK

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Winners of the annual FCCT/OnAsia Photojournalism Contest

Posted By admin / April, 4, 2013 /

The Foreign Correspondentsā€™ Club of Thailand (FCCT) and OnAsia have unveiled the winners of the annual FCCT/OnAsia Photojournalism Contest. The competition was the largest in its six-year history, attracting submissions from more than 375 photographers, a record, and over 6,000 images. Judges selected winners in four categories: Spot News, Feature Photography, Migration (a special category…

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Swedish Photographer Paul Hansen wins World Press Photo of the Year 2012

Posted By admin / February, 24, 2013 /

The international jury of the 56th annual World Press Photo Contest has selected a picture by Paul Hansen of the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter as the World Press Photo of the Year 2012. The picture shows a group of men carrying the bodies of two dead children through a street in Gaza City. They are…

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Military photojournalist talks about life under fire in gripping new documentary

Posted By admin / December, 13, 2012 /

source: imaging-resource.com Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a photojournalist for the military? As a photographer for the United States Air Force, Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane does just that, documenting life in the combat zone during recent deployments to Afghanistan. A revealing new documentary by Hannah Hill, titled “Snap Snap…

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SebastiĆ£o Salgado in Siberia

Posted By admin / December, 8, 2012 /

Source: guardian.co.uk The Nenets of northern Siberia live at temperatures of -35C, wash just once a year and eat raw reindeer liver to survive. Photographer SebastiĆ£o Salgado travelled with them. Eight years ago, at the age of 60, SebastiĆ£o Salgado set out on his most ambitious project. The photographer, best known for his painterly portraits…

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Samsara – one of the most visually-stunning films in the history of cinema

Posted By admin / December, 8, 2012 /

by rosielarose. imdb.com A film that took 5 years to make and co-ordinate. Shot in Panarama 70mm, across 26 countries, needing major government and regulatory clearances, having to wait for certain seasons or lunar phases to get the light to hit the way director Fricke wanted…carefully strung together with a massive 7.1 surround sound design…

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I Am Fishead: Are Corporate Leaders Psychopaths?

Posted By admin / December, 6, 2012 /

(by topdocumentaryfilms.com) It is a well-known fact that our society is structured like a pyramid. The very few people at the top create conditions for the majority below. Who are these people? Can we blame them for the problems our society faces today? Guided by the saying ā€œA fish rots from the headā€ we set out…

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