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Photojournalism

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View Resource Lifemagazine.com: Features

The full text photo essays presently available at the LIFE Magazine site are excellent examples of American photo journalism, a genre forged by LIFE Magazine, one of the oldest American photo journalism print publications. Recently added essays include "Star City: Comrades in Space," "Miracle Zoo Babies," and "The Healing Revolution." Older photo essays are available on an eclectic array of...

http://time.com/photography/life/
View Resource Photographs of the Conflict

CAIN Web Service (see the September 23, 1997 Scout Report for Social Sciences) has recently added a collection of 348 photos by Eamon Melaugh to its photo archive of Northern Ireland and the conflict. Taken mainly in Derry between 1968 and 1974, the images are divided into eight portfolios of thumbnail images: images of derry, the british army, the ira, protest, parade, riots, bloody sunday, and...

http://cain.ulst.ac.uk/melaugh/index.html
View Resource LIFE Magazine

The full text photo essays presently available at the LIFE Magazine site are excellent examples of American photo journalism, a genre forged by LIFE Magazine, one of the oldest American photo journalism print publications. Cover photos from the magazine going back to the 1930's are incorporated into many of the other features at the main LIFE site.

http://time.com/photography/life/
View Resource Photographs from the Chicago Daily News: 1902-1933

The explosion of daily newspapers and developments in printing technology in the late 19th century made a plethora of visual images available to the majority of urban dwellers, and the city of Chicago was certainly no exception. As part of their excellent online collection series, the Library of Congress (in collaboration with the Chicago Historical Society) has digitized approximately 55,000...

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View Resource The LIFE Picture Collection

Although this is a commercial site with pictures and images for sale, users can nonetheless view and appreciate one of "the most extraordinary collections of pictures in the world" at The Picture Collection from Time, Inc. An initial free registration is required, and after that users need only log on to gain access to over 22 million images, including illustrations, prints, and photographs....

https://www.gettyimages.com/collections/lifepicture
View Resource Looking for the Light: A Decade of Living With HIV

Presented by Musarium, Looking for the Light is a collection of five photo essays by photographer Scott Thode, documenting his observations and interactions with people living with HIV and AIDS. Spanning a fifteen-year period, the stories "reflect the changing attitudes, fears and knowledge about the AIDS crisis." Stories include The Spirit Within, which looks at how people with AIDS deal with the...

http://www.musarium.com/aidsdecade/
View Resource Kodak: Powerful Days in Black and White

This arresting series of photographs documents the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s through the lense of freelance photographer and frequent contributor to Life magazine Charles Moore. Six sections offering about ten images each document the 1962 rioting of segregationists seeking to prevent the admission of the first Black student into the University of Mississippi, the use of fire hoses on...

http://www.kodak.com/US/en/corp/features/moore/mooreIndex.sh...
View Resource VII Photo Agency

To say that we in the modern world are bombarded with visual mass-produced images is, to say the least, a vast understatement. Photography certainly provides many of these images, yet only a small portion of their number qualify as compelling or worthy of more than a quick glance. Fortunately, there is the VII Photo Agency website, which contains dozens of thought-provoking photo essays that...

http://viiphoto.com/
View Resource Carolina Photojournalism

The North Carolina Visual Communication program at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has an award-winning web presence that covers many different areas of photojournalism, including documentary and video. Visitors interested in seeing some of the short videos students have created thus far can click on "Vimeo", on the right side of the page. The video "They Stole So Much More..." starts...

http://www.carolinaphotojournalism.org/