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Stunning photojournalism by Richard Mosse

Richard Mosse | His work really stands out as unique art amongst the plethora of press photographs of war-torn countries. Using infra-red film, the landscapes surrounding his military subjects jump out of the frame as a clash of vibrant magentas and violets, celebrating the natural environment which often goes forgotten in times and places of conflict.

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Interview: Magnum Photographer Thomas Hoepker on 60 Years of Photojournalism - My favorite part about this interview is reading about how the field has changed so much since Hoepker began his career in terms of how photographers land jobs and get paid. I was suprised to read how willingly some editors would have their photographers travel back to an assignment re-done. Nowadays it seems the market is more cutthroat and second chances are seldom.

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Photo by @edkashi / @viiphoto 1/19/10 Fort Dauphin Madagascar We went about 45 minutes outside of Fort Dauphin to photograph mangosy which is when rice farmers use the zebu (cattle) to mulch their fields so when they plant the baby shoots theyll more firmly root in the earth. It is a scene of mud flying everywhere and mayhem as the family and neighbors of the farmer are dressed in underwear and some covered in twigs and bushes screaming and flailing at the zebu sometimes jumping on them…