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PDN - JUNE 2011


© Kim Kyung Soo

The Photo Annual

PDN’s Readers’ “Like” Lists of the Year
PDN surveys photographers, creatives and the fine-art industry on favorite magazines, gallery shows, ad campaign, resources and more.

The Year in Photography: Trends

Photographic trends of the past 12 months.

The Year In Photography: In Memoriam

Notable passings over the past 12 months.

The Year in Photography: Living Dangerously
Photojournalists who have been injured or killed covering conflict in the past year.

The Year In Photography: Award Winners

Recognition of standout photographers for images, photo essays, documentaries and more during the past 12 months.

PDNews
Jake Stangel: Fast Track Transition

AP Photographer Mark J. Terrill Takes Us Out to the Ball Game

Picture Story: An Accidental Adventure in Food Photography

FEATURES
City Guide: London
London photographers provide an inside view of life and work in England’s capital.

What To Expect If You’re Injured On Assignment

Photographers on assignment in risky situations are learning that they can’t always count on the magazine publishing companies they’re shooting for to look after their care.

CREATE
Spotlight: Good Company
A Q&A with Fast Company’s new creative director (and Photo Annual judge), Florian Bachleda.

Right Stuff: Timothy Bailey, 
Underneath The Surface

The photographer boxes up a promotion piece that is offbeat, funny and has lots of personality.

TECH
Objects of Desire
F/Stop Dial Wristband
Moab Lasal Exhibition Luster 300
BRNO DRI+Cap System
Exhibition Wood Tripod

Product Reviews
Nik Silver Efex Pro 2

Graslon Prodigy Dome Diffuser
Apple iPad 2

How I Got That Shot: David Stuart
David Stuart explains how he lit images for a United Way campaign.

Five Emerging Technologies 
That Are Changing The Photo Industry
Keep your eye on these fast-rising tech trends or risk falling behind the competition.

EXPOSURES
Cosmic Beauty
Shinichi Maruyama stitches photographs of colored paint splashes together to create artworks that pay homage to Japanese Zen gardens.

The Digital Divide
Pieter Hugo looks at a group of teenagers who subsist by “recycling” toxic electronic waste at a dump on the outskirts of Accra, Ghana.

End Frame

The Long View

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