On March 31st, 2005, Jocelyne Benzakin died of emphysema at the age of 59.
Cambodia's Passage Through the Night
For a Vietnam correspondent like me the Kingdom of Cambodia in the 1960s was a neighborhood Shangri-la, a country for an exotic vacation - providing a visa was granted by Prince Sihanouk, who had broken off relations with the United States.
He was the German Pope of Photography - one of the great personalities of photography in the 20th century.
It is an honor and a privilege to be invited to produce a monthly column for The Digital Journalist.
A Modest Proposal
Only a few years ago there were 23 blogs on the Internet. Then silence was truly golden.
"People may or may not say what they mean ... but they always say something designed to get what they want."
Nuts & Bolts
Is it possible that photojournalism is not a good profession for young people to enter? Let's look at the downside first.