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The Moral Hazards Of Crisis Photojournalism
NGOs end up doing more harm than good in some humanitarian crisis situations, and journalists are part of the problem, argues journalist and author Philip Gourevitch in a recent New Yorker magazine essay called “Alms Dealers.” We asked him how he thinks photojournalists might do a better job covering crisis situations.
December 20, 2010 - Features
Product Review: Epson Stylus Photo R3000
Epson’s 13-inch photo printer is best in class but is it the right fit for pros?
September 23, 2011 - Gear
Compact Cameras: Keep It Discreet
Photographers are using small cameras and smart phones to capture 
conflict, street and documentary images while remaining inconspicuous. 
Is this a micro revolution?
November 01, 2011 - Features
TV Networks Play Fast and Loose with Photographers' Copyrights
Learn about three recent infringement cases brought by photographers against television networks for using images without their permission.
November 03, 2011 - News
Object of Desire: CineSkates
Turn your tripod into a dolly with this innovative set of wheels.
November 14, 2011 - Gear
6 Great Web Services for Promoting Your Work
See the Web sites we recommend photographers use to manage their brand online.
November 30, 2011 - Features
Wedding Photographers Face the (Copyrighted) Music
A photographer landed in legal hot water for using a pop song in a wedding video without permission, and the incident has highlighted an uncomfortable problem: A lot of other photographers are violating music copyrights with slide shows and videos they create for wedding clients.
December 20, 2011 - News
A Short History of Limited-Edition Photography
Learn more about when photographers started limiting the number of prints to sell and the impact the practice has had on the fine-art market.
January 06, 2012 - Features
In Cariou v. Prince, an Appeal to Clarify a Crucial Fair Use Boundary
The crux of the Cariou v. Prince copyright case is whether it is enough for infringing works to have a distinct meaning from the original works in order to be fair use--or whether they must also comment on or criticize the original work in some way.
February 15, 2012 - News
Q&A: Art Collector Jonathan Sobel Explains His Beef with William Eggleston
The art collector explains why he believes the re-issue some of Eggleston's iconic images in larger sizes and a new format--years after issuing them as limited edition dye transfer prints--was illegal.
April 06, 2012 - News
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