Category Archives: 2 – Photojournalism

Late Photography

Foreword This essay is about how war photography has lost its place as the primary source of visual news images taken in conflicts and how this has contributed to a rise in late photography. In arguing that the war photographer in … Continue reading

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Insiders / Outsiders and Documentary Photography

The Abigail Solomon-Godeau Essay Inside/Outside Solomon-Godeau in Inside/Outside ( i ) puts forward the argument that  that Susan Sontag and Martha Rosler ( ii ) are being simplistic when they categorise photographers into “good” insiders or “bad” outsiders, labelling outsiders as voyeurs and insiders … Continue reading

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Critical Debates Around Photojournalism – Rosler and Hine

Introduction Martha Rosler’s 1981 essay  In, Around and Afterthoughs (1) is one of those essays that, once you start researching it, is widely quoted, analysed, dissected and regurgitated in one form and another, so like reading Camera Lucida (2), considering her views is part … Continue reading

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