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this image shows a lot of emotional through the dull colors that have been used. straight away it tells a story and makes you want to know more. the angle in which it has been took is really effective and it makes the child at the bottom of the stairs stand out a lot. i like how there is just one thing to focus on in this image it brings all your attention to the child and thats all.


Photojournalism Boy walking his dog near a destroyed building | Lebanon. This photo shows how a boy is walking his dog near a very badly destroyed building which was probably cause by a bomb. i feel as it shows that everyday life can be destroyed somehow but you can always ignore it and walk around as shown the boy doesn't really care about the building and is still going on with his life.


Throwing dangerous molitove cocktails is the bad rap anarchists its ok for cops to gun tuem down at times?! (thats malarkey)

from BuzzFeed

Every World Press Photo Winner From 1955-2011

A Hutu man at a Red Cross hospital, his face mutilated by the Hutu 'Interahamwe' militia, who suspected him of sympathizing with the Tutsi rebels. (James Nachtwey) 1994

from momswithacamera

Exposure Tutorial Part Three: What is ISO?

Moms with a Camera---- excellent site with lots of information and tips for beginners!


Stretch and flexibility in Armadillo clothing give ease to the wearer, even with next-to-skin garments


Bruno Barbey - "Most of the time I take photographs to document for posterity, traditions and cultures rapidly vanishing as a result of changing consumer attitudes.”


Photojournalist, Dorothea Lange took this photo of an anguished mother and her suffering children during the Great Depression. This candid photograph has always stuck with me as it successfully set a tone for this event. The shadows & the capture of detail in the woman's face is much more than just a mother & her children, but rather provides emotional depth for the viewer.


A fist raised in protest from behind the bars at Toms Prison, Manhattan, on 28 September, 1972. Legendary photojournalist Jean-Pierre Laffont captured the changing times of New York City, covering everything from free love to the grim and gritty '70s.

from the Guardian

Jane Bown's photojournalism – in pictures

General Post Office Strike, London, 1971, Jane Bown.