Photojournalism RSS Feeds
Site - nytimes.com/section/lens
About Site - Lens is the photojournalism blog of The New York Times, presenting the finest and most interesting visual and multimedia reporting photographs, videos and slide shows.
Site - readingthepictures.org
About Site - Reading the Pictures analyzes and reports news and media images. In an ever more visual society, we seek to better understand the levels of meaning, the underlying story lines and the various agendas reflected in the more prominent news pictures of the day. We also publish and provide a careful look at original photojournalism and concerned photography.
About Site - The British Press Photographers' Association provides its members with a voice to raise awareness and appreciation of our industry. The membership is drawn from every part of the country, and represents the broadest selection of newspaper, magazine and agency photographers.
Site - rodneybailey.com/blog
About Site - Rodney Bailey is among the finest wedding photographers in Washington DC with a pure passion for the art of photojournalism. Rodney Bailey produces rich photos and portraits for any type of outdoor photography.
Site - nocaptionneeded.com
About Site - 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. No caption needed, but many are provided....
About Site - Shotkit showcases the photos of the world's leading professional and amateur photographers, revealing their tools of the trade. Take a peek inside the camera bags of your favourite photographers, to learn what photographic equipment they use to capture their iconic images. Check out the best photojournalism on Shotkit including what camera gear photojournalists carry in their camera bags.
New York, NY
About Site - A professional photography blog by the editors of Photo District News. PDN magazine delivers unbiased news and analysis, interviews, photography portfolios, and information photographers need to survive in a competitive business.