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The Year in Photos: What We Saw

December 19, 2011

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The following selection of photos from 2011 was pulled from the weekly reviews of imagery in the U.S. media for La Lettre de la Photographie. (Go there today for the complete portfolio.) Looking back can be an enlightening exercise, but choosing from among all the photographs published this year was difficult. In the end, this […]

News: The Big Picture Info Filter

November 28, 2011

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BRIT CENSOR AGENCY BANNING ADS LIKE CRAZY (Huffington Post) Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority, or ASA, must be getting tired lately. The ASA is cracking down on another sets of ads, this time for just being straight up “too sexy.” The controversial Lynx deodorant ads, which star UK pinup girl Lucy Pinder, started appearing on major […]

Photos of the Week: What We Saw

November 25, 2011

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My weekly review of photography in the media is up at La Lettre de la Photographie…herewith, highlights. 1. Darth Stupid Photo by Louise Macabitas The award for the most stunningly bad behavior caught on camera this week goes to Lt. John Pike, a member of the campus police of the University of California, Davis, in […]

Photos of the Week: What We Saw

November 18, 2011

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My weekly review of media images is up at La Lettre de la Photographie. Here are the samples. __________________________________________________________________________________________________ THE REOCCUPATION  Photo by Mary Altaffer/AP After weeks of parrying between New York City officials and “Occupy Wall Street” protesters, the police finally moved in at 1:00 am on November 15. The site of the protest, […]

Photos of the Week: What We Saw

October 28, 2011

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My full review of images in the U.S. media this week is up at La Lettre de la Photographie. Here are a few of the images I chose: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ DEATH IN THE DESERT Photo by Mahmud Turkia//AFP/Getty Images When the end came for Muammar el-Qaddafi, it proved to be as lurid—one might even say obscene—as […]

Images of the Week: What We Saw

October 14, 2011

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My full weekly review of images in the U.S media is up at La Lettre de la Photograhie. Here is a sampling. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Stop the Presses  Photo by Norman Seeff Steve Jobs’s death caused Time magazine to stop the presses—quite literally—for the first time in 20 years. Editor Richard Stengel tossed out the previous edition […]

News: The Big Picture Info Filter

October 10, 2011

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  1. Steve Jobs—The Stories Behind the Photos The media is heaping accolades on Apple founder Steve Jobs, who died yesterday of cancer at the age of 56. But Steve Jobs also had a reputation among photographers for being a difficult subject–and not just run-of-the mill difficult, but the archetype of difficult (PDN Pulse).  Upon […]