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24 posts later: a year of blogging on Developing Pictures

I just noticed that it’s almost exactly a year ago that I first set up Developing Pictures and posted to this blog. So, to mark this momentous anniversary, I thought I’d just share a list of the 24 posts that … Continue reading

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From Transit to transitions: do we need multimedia to tell a story?

About a week ago I went to the Frontline Club, to see a talk and presentation of Transit, a photo-essay project by award-winning Norwegian photojournalist and picture editor Espen Rasmussen. Espen has spent much of the last seven years photographing … Continue reading

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World Refugee Day – in pictures

Today, 20th June, is the 10th UN World Refugee Day. 2011 is also the 60th year since the formation of UNHCR, the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. UNHCR has been leading a global campaign today to … Continue reading

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And the winner is.. Jim Goldberg – and the Photographer’s Gallery?

It was announced last week that the American photographer Jim Goldberg had won this year’s £30,000 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. The prize, run by the Photographer’s Gallery in London, is awarded from a shortlist of four nominees, selected on the … Continue reading

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#08: From Haiti to Pakistan

OK, so I’m a few days late with the whole ‘look back at 2010/look forward to 2011’ blog-post thing. But for my first post of the new year, I can’t help but write some more about the two big natural … Continue reading

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