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This is the story of Robert Capa, “the greatest war photographer in the world”

Whether or not you are into documentary and war photography, I believe that you’ve heard of Robert Capa. But even if not, here’s a beautiful video by Martin Kaninsky of YFM Street Photography. He’ll tell you about the man who was described as “the greatest war photographer in the world,” sharing plenty of amazing photos […] The post This is the story of Robert Capa, “the greatest war photographer in the world” appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, War Photography, Photojournalism, Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, War Photographer, Martin Kaninsky, Photojounralist, YFM Street Photography


Photojournalist says his Leica cameras saved his life after being hit by shrapnel in Syria

While covering clashes between the Syrian Democratic Forces and the Islamic State militant group in Syria, Italian freelance photojournalist Gabriele Micalizzi was severely injured. He was photographing the conflict in the village of Baghuz on 11 February 2019 when shrapnel hit him. Luckily, he survived and is recovering – and he claims that his Leica […] The post Photojournalist says his Leica cameras saved his life after being hit by shrapnel in Syria appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Islamic State, Syria, War Photography, Photojournalism, Leica, Photojournalist, Syrian Democratic Forces, War Photographer, Baghuz, Gabriele Micalizzi


A look into lives and legacy of war photographers

  Photojournalists covering wars are exposed to life-threatening situations every day. Sadly, many of them have lost limbs and even lives while doing their job. This fantastic video from CBS Sunday Morning gives you a look into the lives and legacy of war photographers. The video reflects on life, work and legacy of Tim Hetherington […] The post A look into lives and legacy of war photographers appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, War Photography, Cbs, Photojournalism, Tim Hetherington, War Photographer, Photojounralists


Photojournalist David Douglas Duncan dies at 102

American photojournalist David Douglas Duncan, best known for his combat photography, passed away on 7 June in Grasse, France. During his career, he covered various conflicts, including the Pacific War, Korean War, and the Vietnam conflict. He shot for prominent media such as the New York Times, LIFE magazine and many other publications. Duncan was […] The post Photojournalist David Douglas Duncan dies at 102 appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Death, Photography, News, Dead, Vietnam, Duncan, David Douglas Duncan, Photojournalist, War Photographer, Grasse France, New York Times LIFE


Deadly Blast in Kabul: One Photographer’s Eyewitness Account

Omar Sobhani, a Reuters photographer born and based in the capital, was quick to the scene
Tags: Asia, Photography, News, Uncategorized, Afghanistan, Conflict, Terrorism, Kabul, Photographer, Reuters, War Photographer, Afghan Attack, Attack In Kabul, Kabul Attack, Omar Sobhani


The Story Behind an Army Combat Photographer’s Final Picture

Spc. Hilda I. Clayton was killed in Afghanistan in July 2013. Her final image is now public
Tags: Photography, News, Uncategorized, War, Afghanistan, Army, Combat, Afghanistan War, Lightbox, Afghan National Army, War Photographer, Combat Death, Death In War, Spc Hilda I Clayton


Syrian photojournalist helps victims of bombing instead of taking photos

The job of a photojournalist is difficult and surrounded by danger. Still, we often argue about the ethics of photojournalism. The opinions vary whether they should be taking photos, or help those in need when things get tough. Photographer and activist Abd Alkader Habak made his decision last weekend, when a bomb hit a convoy […] The post Syrian photojournalist helps victims of bombing instead of taking photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Syria, War Photography, Danger, Photojournalist, War Photographer, Dangerous Photography, Abd Alkader Habak


Film retrieved from a buried capsule shows life in Nazi-controlled ghetto [NSFW]

How do you feel when you see a major historic document right before your eyes? And what about seeing dozens of images that testify about the past? A series of images by Henryk Ross from the Nazi-occupied Jewish ghetto could make you feel the connection with the past you’ve never felt before. The series of […] The post Film retrieved from a buried capsule shows life in Nazi-controlled ghetto [NSFW] appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, War Photography, Wwii, Nazi, Brave, Documentary Photography, War Photographer, Henryk Ross


How We See Syria

The evolving conflict has forced news agencies and their photographers to adapt
Tags: Photography, Uncategorized, Syria, Conflict, Photographer, Syrian conflict, Syrian War, War Photographer


What We Learned From Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington

Friends and colleagues remember the two photographers killed in Libya five years ago
Tags: Photography, Uncategorized, Getty Images, War Photography, In Memoriam, Libya, Tim Hetherington, Chris Hondros, War Photographer



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