Podcast Links 2011

Podcast Update January 2011 Links

Detroit in ruins: Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre’s extraordinary photographs documenting the dramatic decline of a major American city. HERE


The January 2011 Podcast Links

Guernica Magazine: Detroitism – What does “ruin porn” tell us about the motor city, ourselves, other American cities? HERE

The Kite Aerial photography of Eric Kieboom  HERE

Lebanon’s Missing: The excellent multimedia piece by Dalia Khamissy HERE

New York Coffeehouses by Dima Gavrysh  HERE

BONUS LINK : South African photographer Ernest Cole’s comeback continues, 20 years after his death. HERE


The February 2011 Podcast Links

The Telegraph | Ship wrecks around the world by Alexander Mustard HERE

Reuters Pictures | A great photojournalism blog with a broad variety of photo stories HERE

Magnum Photographer Steve McCurry recounts memories of Desert Storm twenty years on HERE

War photos with an iPhone | Award-winning War in Afghanistan photo series raises debate: Is photojournalism an objective practice? HERE

The Telegraph | Storm chasing photographer Chad Cowan’s images HERE

BONUS LINK | Rebel with a camera: Dennis Hopper’s stunning photographic archive is revealed HERE


The March 2011 Podcast Links

My Day With – the fabulous photography blog featuring fab 5×4 Polaroid portraits by photographer Mark Tucker – http://www.mydaywith.com

The Disney Dream Portraits by Annie Leibovitz HERE

Shiho Fukado’s Returning to a nightmare in Japan HERE


Henri Huet and other Vietnam war photographers HERE

Side Gallery appeals for support after losing Arts Council funding HERE


The April 2011 Podcast Links

Photograph as art and therapy: the photos of Mark E Hogancamp – HERE

25 years after Chernobyl, a village persists. Image by Kerri MacDonald HERE

Mathew Brady’s portraits of American Civil war women HERE

BONUS LINKS | The Pulitzer prize Eddie Adams didn’t want HERE

More photography by Kerri MacDonald: A light on the people of Western Sahara HERE


The May 2011 Podcast Links

Time Lightbox: Thailand’s Drug Scourge: Photographs by James Nachtwey – HERE

Reuters : Money and dreams in Australia’s outback HERE

Extreme camping and rock climbing photographs by Gordon Wiltsie – HERE 

The Brothers by photographer Elin Høyland HERE

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Remember me? HERE 


Photographer Saeed Khan’s photo essay on the children of Benghazi HERE


The June/July 2011 Podcast Links

Foreign Policy | Afghanistan photographed with an iPhone: The War in Hipstamatic HERE

The Telegraph | Miners, mothers and mill girls: capturing the changing North. The Photography of John Bulmer HERE

BBC | Ernst Haas: Master of colour photography HERE

The Guardian | Photojournalist and film-maker Danfung Dennis on how he made his film ‘Hell and Back Again’ HERE

The Telegraph | Modern Victorian photograph: A group of British photographers and artists use Victorian cameras and processes such as the wet plate collodion method HERE

The New York Times | Empathetic Portraits of a Segregated Nation by Gordon Parks HERE

The New York Times | Another Cuba, a Different Fidel. Photography by Ernesto Bazan HERE

LIFE.com | WWII: W. Eugene Smith’s Pacific HERE


The August/September 2011 Podcast Links

Don McCullin Interview on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row programme HERE

Jack Delano’s American Sonata – the lesser known FSA photographer HERE

Nick Brandt’s stark and soulful black and white animal portraits HERE

The dark side of the Kalahari: desert wildlife photographed at night by Hannes Lochner HERE

Afghanistan Blueys: One Soldier’s Polaroids HERE


Tim Hetherington’s video diary shows unpublished work from Liberia, Afghanistan and other places the late war photographer covered. HERE

After first meeting the homeless Kaplan family under a bridge in Istanbul in 2002, photographer Stefan Bladh has continued documenting their hardships for the last nine years. HERE

Love and Loss and the Animal Kingdom: There is no single word that can define “Animals Are Outside Today,” the photography book that Colleen Plumb has worked on for more than a decade. The images range – topically and visually – from comical to shocking. (The slide show above includes images that some readers may consider graphic.) HERE


The October/November 2011 Podcast Links

The South as seen through the lens of the 20×24 Polaroid camera HERE

Louis Daguerre and the pioneers of photography HERE

Are photography degrees the joker in the pack? The pros and cons of photographic education HERE

New York in black and white: portraits of everyday life in the city from 1936-1951 HERE

For the best part of 20 years, Manic Street Preachers’ Nicky Wire has been taking and collecting polaroids of the band HERE

The Atlantic’s Word War II in Photos 20 part collection of images HERE


Adam Amengual photographs former gang members hoping to change their lives HERE


The December/January 2012 Podcast Links

After confronting anti-Muslim hostility, Bharat Choudhary – himself a Hindu – set out to document how young Muslims navigate their way through the fears and stereotypes imposed on them in the West. His journey has taken him across several continents and cultures. HERE

Sundance Film Festival 2012 portraits by Larry Busacca and Victoria Will HERE

From the Soviet invasion and the mujahideen resistance to the Taliban and the American occupation, A Darkness Visible: Afghanistan by Seamus Murphyexamines thirty years of Afghan history. It is the story of ordinary citizens whose lives play out in the shadow of superpowers. There are tales of violence to be sure, but there is also love and even romance. HERE

Stranger Tourist Self-Portraits by Benoit Paillé HERE

Roller Skating Rinks Photographed by Jennifer Trausch Using the 20×24 Polaroid Camera HERE


Excellent series of images by Tyler Hicks taken on board the carrier U.S.S. John C. Stennis and up in an F/A-18 HERE

From 0 years to 100 years, 100 portraits of 100 women. http://www.onehundredone.dk/women.html

Time and loss as seen from William Gedney’s Myrtle Ave. apartment window. HERE

Bruce Davidson on photographing the New York City subway system HERE

Christmas Behind Bars: Intimate Photos of women domestic violence victims waiting trial by Clara Vanucci. HERE

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