1. Storytelling Series: Daniel Milnor


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    Photographer Daniel Milnor takes Blurb along on a shoot in the New Mexico desert.

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    • Naked Paul


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      Naked Paul. Nudist, Paul Nocera, discusses living as a nudist in Brooklyn New York. scottbrownleephotography.com sbrownlee.tumblr.com Created by Scott Brownlee. Shot on Canon 5D mark ii

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      • Profoto Presents Iconic Mary Ellen Mark


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        "Learn More at: http://www.profoto.com/mary-ellen-mark-icon Profoto is proud to present an interview with one of photography's greatest artists, Mary Ellen Mark. Join us for a rare glimpse into Mary Ellen's take on what it takes to make an iconic image."

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        • POYi at the Newseum


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          The Newseum in Washington, D.C. hosted a six-month exhibition of award-winning photojournalism from the 68th annual POYi competition. Located on Pennsylvania Ave., the 70-plus print display attracted more than 400,000 viewers.

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          • Best of POYi


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            The POYi Archive is an unparalleled treasure of 38,000 award-winning images that reflect the news event, social issues, and cultural trends of our world. This video provides a glimpse into the vast collection from the most amazing documentary photographers since 1944. When photojournalists participate in the annual POYi program, their works becomes a part of visual history.

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            • David Goldblatt: The ultimate portrait


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              David Goldblatt remembers to the day and date when he started working as a full-time photographer. On 15 September 1963 he handed over the keys to the family business, which he had inherited from his father, to the new owners. “It was something I had wanted to do from when I was in high school. I had tried and failed at first and then finally when my father died I was free to do it,” he recalls. This day was the start of a life-long commitment, passion and career both as professional photographer and artist driven by a peculiar awareness and curiosity. "The balance between doing personal work and professional work is a very difficult one. I learnt quite early on that if I was working on a commission my duty was to do photographs that would meet the needs of the client, he says. "If I was doing my own work, it was what was in my head. Quite often that was difficult to reconcile because I would get assignments, perhaps from magazine, which were close to the things that were important to me but that did not mean I was free to do whatever I liked." He goes on to explain that on the whole he divided his photographic life quite severely into two compartments: personal work and professional work. "There was some overlap and as I've gotten older I've realised some of the professional work in fact contained a lot of my personal feelings about it." At Design Indaba Conference 2014, the photographer took the audience through twenty photos, some taken on commission such as portraits of former president PW Botha and Nelson Mandela, as well as some his personal work, taken over almost 60 years. He shared the back-stories of the experience, the people and places that he captured. “Photography has the capacity for recognising things and bringing them out of obscurity, or out of where they are into another frame so that one looks at it somewhat differently,” he says. View more inspiring videos like this one at http://www.designindaba.com/video Designindaba.com hosts hundreds of videos of speaker presentations and interviews and world design news. Updated daily, its content features the most cutting-edge design thinking and the work and ideas of the world's industry leaders in all the creative fields. Design Indaba is a multi-tiered platform committed to a better world through creativity. Established in 1995 with its flagship conference, it has evolved into a multidisciplinary experience that now consists of the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba Conference, Simulcast, Expo and FilmFest, as well as a host of parties, performances, training workshops, design projects, community initiatives and publications. www.designindaba.com

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              • Redrock Micro Nano Rig


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                This video shows one way to configure the Redrock Micro Nano Running Man Rig. Shot on an EOS 7D, audio captured on a Edirol R-09, edited in Final Cut Express. More information and my observations on using the rig available on the blog smalltownphotojournalism.com.

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                • Chim's "Children of Europe"


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                  A founding member of Magnum Photos with Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and George Rodger, Chim was sent to five countries of Europe in the Spring of 1948 as a special consultant to UNICEF. He went to Austria, Greece, Italy, Hungary and Poland and recorded UNICEF's action on behalf of the 13 million children who were victims of war. But during the six months of his assignment, he also painted a broader picture of the children. These are some of his photographs.

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                  • Storytelling Series: "Eat/Gather" by Alanna Macgowan


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                    Blurb author Alanna Macgowan brings together the Japanese-American community from her childhood, and documents the food culture that may be dying out.

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                    • Transmongolian by Alvaro Laiz


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                      A Slideluck Potshow London/DEVELOP Tube creative collaboration. From Alvaro: Mongolia has changed the way I understand photography in a permanent way. I was based there for almost 4 months working along with a small group of gay and transgender people, documenting their daily life, from the crowdy Ulaanbataar to the loneliness of the steppes. Transmongolian is the first step into a long-term project about transgender people living in nomad societies all around the world. I decided to began in Mongolia because I was so interested in documenting transgender way of life in a country that is facing an enormous socio-cultural revolution since they left communism and turn into a capitalism system. This is how I began to search into mongol history and this is how I got to know "The Secret History of the Mongols". http://www.alvarolaiz.com Álvaro Laiz (Spain, 1981): His work conceives photography as a tool to give civil society in post-conflict zones the chance to be heard, exploring the environment, costumes and traditions of those people at risk of exclusion. Master in Visual Arts at Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, his work focuses on realities usually ignored by mass media. In 2010 he co-founds An-Hua NGO with the aim of producing independent photoessays to generate social changes through photography. Prologued by Henning Mankell, Álvaro Laiz and David Rengel publish the photographic book “Memory Books” to raise funds for HIV victims in Uganda. Also in 2010 the photoessay about ex-child soldiers from Lord´s Resistance Army in Uganda, “Future Plans”, is granted with Second Prize Ojo de Pez PhotoEspaña de Valores Humanos. In 2011 his work “Transmongolian” obtains the Nuevo Talento de Fotografia FNAC Honor Mention. In 2012 inaugurates the photographic exhibition “Ninja, gold rush in Mongolia” at Fnac Gallerie (Madrid). Also in 2012 Álvaro Laiz inaugurates his project “Transmongolian” at Fúcares Gallery (Madrid) as a part of the International photographic festival PhotoEspaña 2012. His work has developed between Africa, Asia and South America cooperating with NGO´s and Foundations such us International Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders or World Vision. Memory Book project is granted with the International Photography Award Revela 2012. The 100% of the prize is earmarked for the creation of an orphanage to give shelter the HIV victims in Uganda. He is member of International Reportage section Cordon Press Corbis agency. ************ As part of a creative collaboration between Slideluck Potshow London and DEVELOP Tube, Erica McDonald has made a selection of the stories presented in London in the 2012 SLPS edition, to be spotlighted on DEVELOP Tube. The artists selected are: Alexander Sedelnikov, Cristina de Middel, Luca Sage, Melissa Cacciola, Paul S. Amundsen, Pierfrancesco Celada, Kirsty Mackay, Claudia Mozzillo, Alvaro Laiz. Slideluck Potshow (SLPS) is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to building and strengthening community through food and art. SLPS operates multimedia slideshows combined with potluck dinners in about fifty cities around the world. http://slideluckpotshow.com/ SLPS London on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SLIDELUCKPOTSHOWlondon and on Twitter: @SLPSlondon DEVELOP Photo on Twitter: @DEVELOPphoto This album is part of the DEVELOP Tube Channel which can be found at vimeo.com/channels/developphoto. DEVELOP Tube is an educational resource which features interviews, profiles, lectures & films about photojournalism, fine art photography & documentary photography.

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