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“I am frequently asked by people who have not seen my work why I spend my life documenting one simple place like Decatur County, Georgia. People confuse simple with small; they’re not…+ More details
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In this look at the 2013 CDS Documentary Video Institute, students describe their experiences in the eight-day intensive course, in which they learned interview skills, camera techniques, lighting,…+ More details
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An interview with Danny Wilcox Frazier, winner of the 2006 CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography. More information about the First Book Prize in Photography at http://www.firstbookprizephoto.com+ More details
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An interview with Jennette Williams, winner of the 2008 CDS/Honickman First Book Prize in Photography, and Mary Ellen Mark, the judge of the 2008 competition. More information about the First Book…+ More details
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In this talk, “W. Eugene Smith’s Care-giving Photo Essays,” writer Sam Stephenson examines Smith’s career-long concern with caregiving, including his famous photographic essays…+ More details
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What was once a predominantly white, Irish Catholic, working-class neighborhood is now a racially and ethnically diverse, economically divided area, but the old town spirit remains. Indaia Whitcombe…+ More details
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John Moses is a primary care pediatrician and a documentary photographer based at Duke University. He has been using documentary photography to explore the intersection of social and medical issues…+ More details
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Lynne Honickman of the Honickman Foundation and CDS’s Tom Rankin and Alexa Dilworth talk about the prize, the importance of a photographer’s first book, and a new website featuring the…+ More details
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'Full Color Depression' curator Bruce Jackson discusses the origin of this exhibition, which is a collection of some of the lesser-known color photographs taken by the Farm Security Administration…+ More details
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