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Photojournalism Links is a website dedicated to sharing all things good and interesting in photojournalism, documentary photography, and beyond. Updated once a week.
Julie Project - properly the best essay lately Darcy Padilla awarded the W. Eugene Smith Award in Humanistic Photography
Photo Journal is produced by the photo editors of The Wall Street Journal.
Lens is the photography blog of The New York Times, presenting the finest and most interesting visual and multimedia reporting — photographs, videos and slide shows.
BagNews is a progressive site dedicated to visual politics and the analysis of news images.
photoblog.msnb conversations sparked by photojournalism.
The latest photographs from the Guardian's centre page Eyewitness spread
Foto8.com – A space to discover, share and debate photography
Mike Davis is an award-winning professional picture editor who helps photographers improve their work.
Mostly True inside look at the world of photography and photojournalism.
The daily beast from newsweek galleries
1000 Words Photography Magazine
After Photography: Given the emergence of the digital, few appear to be exploring whether more effective and expansive media strategies can now emerge.
fotoboogie; reportage, projects, photojournalism, sites, magazines, galleries, social media, social documentary, photo stories, politics, justice, humanity, nature, narrate.
24 hours of BBC news photos from around the world
Los Angeles Times Photography, Framework Capturing the world through photography, video and multimedia
No Caption Needed is a book and a blog, each dedicated to discussion of the role that photojournalism and other visual practices play in a vital democratic society.
David Campbell; his blog analyzes how documentary photography and photojournalism works, the opportunities multimedia brings, and the challenges presented by the revolutions in the new media economy.
John Stanmeyer communicates his passion in this life as photojournalist
Imaging Famine blog; towards a revisualization of 'Africa' and the majority world
Reuters Photographers Blog What makes a great picture?