William Eugene Smith – Master of the Editorial Photo Essay

“Available light is any damn light that is available.” Hello photography fans! Today I would like to talk about American photojournalist described as perhaps the single most important American photographer in the development of editorial photo essay. The man who shot photo projects so large that they cannot be displayed in any Museum. Let’s talk…

My Time With Exoneree Alan Crotzer: Behind The Scenes

The plan was pretty simple. I was to go down to St. Petersburg, Florida, and photograph Alan Crotzer’s first day of freedom. Alan at this time was a 45 year old man who had just spent 25 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He was exonerated based on DNA evidence. The first…

Gordon Parks, Off on My Own (Harlem, New York)

(soft piano music) – [Male Narrator] We’re in the Photo Study Room in The Art Institute of Chicago looking at this gorgeous print by Gordon Parks that was made in 1948. It shows a figure standing in an alley in Harlem. – [Female Narrator] This was made as part of a collaboration between Ralph Ellison…

Country Doctor – Photo Essay by W. Eugene Smith

What’s up Photography fans? Martin here from ALL ABOU TSTREET PHOTOGRAPHY channel and today I’m not going to talk about a particular picture but rather about a group of pictures. Photo essay Country Doctor by William Eugene Smith. I’m going to take a closer look at the story behind the photographs and if you are…

7 Photojournalism Tips by Reuters Photographer Damir Sagolj

my name is Danny Scheible and I'm a Reuters photo journalist based in a Bangkok in Thailand play and shoot much more before you are in situation to shoot important picture because if you haven't tried this before if you don't know this when the moment happens the moment is going to go past you…