JFK Jr.: The Man & the Lens
Throughout his tumultuous 39 years, John F. Kennedy Jr. maintained a charmed relationship with the camera and, thereby, the country.
Answers to your tech questions.
View from the Photo Desk: A Q&A With Photographer Chris Jordan
During the 10 years I worked in the legal business, my heart was always in my photography.
Lifting the Veil
I haven't lived in London for 27 years and yet people still ask me which are the best restaurants there.
Ethics: Third-Party Content Needs More Scrutiny
Over the past couple of years, the trade publications have been filled with stories announcing the arrival of a new era in journalism -- one in which independent media thrive, news agendas are formed from the grass roots up, and everyone is a journalist.
Tragedy, Politics, Race & Photojournalism
Not since the civil rights movement of the 1960s, the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the violence in the wake of his killing, documented in powerful images by dedicated photojournalists like Flip Schulke and Charles Moore, has the world seen a series of photographs come out of America's Southern heartland as powerful as the ones that filled the front pages in the days and weeks following Hurricane Katrina.
Letters from Central America: Sports Geek? Concert Geek?
I remember hearing a photographer actually use the words, "By publishing this photograph, will the sum of human knowledge be increased?" I started to chuckle until I looked at said photographer and saw that they were being serious.
Nuts & Bolts: Yet Another Rant
This is probably a pretty good column for a month in which I find I have absolutely nothing to say.