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10 Photographers on the things the don’t leave home without

21st September 2015 |

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. (You can read the responses to last week’s question, and … Read More

10 Photographers on the mistakes they’re happy to have made

14th September 2015 |

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. (You can read the responses to last week’s question, and … Read More

10 Photographers on the mistake that haunts them the most

7th September 2015 |

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. (You can read the responses to last week’s question, and … Read More

PODCAST: Laurence Watts – Visual Content Manager for Action Aid UK

4th September 2015 |

In this episode of the Documentary Photography Review podcast I’m speaking to Laurence Watts – Visual Content Manager at the NGO ActionAid UK, responsible for commissioning stills imagery and video content for the organisation.

This is … Read More

10 Photographers on what makes a good documentary photographer

31st August 2015 |

I asked some of the photographers who have been interviewed in the Documentary Photography Review podcasts to share their thoughts and experiences in response to a series of 12 questions. (You can read the responses to last week’s question, and … Read More

Beyond the Cotton Fields

27th August 2015 |

“He collapsed on the cot and within minutes had died in a pool of his vomit. Monocrotophos.” Renuka recalls. Gajanan Salam had become the 1373rd farmer to commit suicide in the last seven months in Maharashtra, due to failure of the cotton crop.Read More

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