Posts Tagged ‘Photojournalism’

Video Interview with Michael Kamber of the New York Times

Iraq series by Michael Kamber

Last week we posted an interview with Michael Kamber of the New York Times, and presented here is the video interview to accompany it.  Michael Kamber is a seasoned photojournalist acclaimed for his brilliant and sensitive coverage of conflict zones around the world. He tells the amazing story of his evolving career and his Leica connection [...]

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An Interview with Michael Kamber of the New York Times

Iraq series by Michael Kamber

A seasoned photojournalist acclaimed for his brilliant and sensitive coverage of conflict zones around the world tells the amazing story of his evolving career and his Leica connection Q: You are a contract photographer for the New York Times—that’s quite an achievement in the world of photojournalism. You very modestly described how you ended up [...]

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An Incisive Eye On The Emerging Pan-Arab Hip-Hop Movement Continued

TNT inside the I-Voice Studio. Burj Al-Barajneh in Beirut Lebanon by Laith Majali

Laith Majali, a dynamic young Jordaninan photographer and filmmaker, has a heartfelt passion for people and for documenting the human condition. An award-winning film producer, editor, and photojournalist, he recently won the Leica “Cairo Take This” photo contest hosted on Leica’s Facebook page, for his searing coverage of life in the Egyptian capital. In this [...]

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An Incisive Eye On The Emerging Pan-Arab Hip-Hop Movement

Edge of square by Laith Majali. Shot with a Leica M6, Tri-X film.

Laith Majali, a dynamic young Jordaninan photographer and filmmaker, has a heartfelt passion for people and for documenting the human condition. An award-winning film producer, editor, and photojournalist, he recently won the Leica “Cairo Take This” photo contest hosted on Leica’s page on Facebook, for his searing coverage of life in the Egyptian capital. In [...]

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