Colburn Moves to Nebraska
After 19 years inside the Beltway, the last 7 of those as TIME magazine's Washington, DC, bureau picture editor, Colburn is in the process of heading west.
by Don Winslow
Moving To Central America
I've been running around Washington telling everybody that I'm leaving Time Magazine.
by James Colburn
Nuts & Bolts
For the photojournalist, unlike the artist or commercial photographer who can control the color in the picture, color can be the great leveler.
by Bill Pierce
Over the weekend, I heard a young marine who had returned from Iraq interviewed on NPR about the Abu Ghraib photographs. "Sure they're obscene," he said, "Everything else about war's obscene; why wouldn't they be?"
by Peter Howe
In our increasingly visually oriented society, photography has, ironically, become devalued in the American consciousness.
by Mark Loundy