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Shadowing Photographer David Burnett on the Trail of Chile's History

May 29, 2015 - Behind the scenes of a Roads & Kingdoms assignment to follow photojournalist David Burnett as he searched for sites and people he had photographed during Chile's 1973 coup.





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How to Win Grants That Support Your Photo Projects

May 26, 2015 - Photographer Sara Terry, founder of the Aftermath Project and a professional grant writer, estimates she has won grants over the last 15 years totaling nearly $1 million. She recently shared some tips and advice for successful grant writing.  More »

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Nathan Thornburgh on What Makes His Online Magazine Roads & Kingdoms Unique

May 13, 2015 - Roads & Kingdoms—an independent online publication of travel culture, politics, food and music—publishes feature stories from around the world and regularly highlights photographers working on international projects.  More »

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How Photographers Meet The Demands of the Travel Editorial Market

May 05, 2015 - PDN talks with editors about the nuances of today's travel editorial market, in which "experiential" imagery—featuring more personal, authentic travel stories—is en vogue. More »

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Eater.com Finds Unique Ways To Tell Food Stories With Photography

May 01, 2015 - Since Eater's site was re-launched in September 2014, features editor Helen Rosner has been commissioning features and original photography, producing image-heavy longform stories. More »

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PDN May 2015: The Travel Photography Issue

May 01, 2015 - The May 2015 issue of PDN focusses on travel photography. More »

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The 2015 PDN's 30 Share Advice From Their Mentors

April 30, 2015 - This year's PDN's 30 photographers share the valuable feedback and advice that helped them the most when they were starting out. More »

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PDN’s 30 Photographers On Building Support for Their Work

April 27, 2015 - Photographers featured in PDN’s 30 discuss the biggest challenge facing a photographer at any stage: sharing work and building support for projects.   More »

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How I Got That Shot: Still Lifes (And GIFs) For Refinery29 and Nasty Gal

April 23, 2015 - Photographer Stephanie Gonot typically does her own propping, styling and art direction on shoots; she tells PDN how she put together photo illustrations for Nasty Gal and Refinery29. More »

11 Camera Bags For Every Assignment

April 22, 2015 - Whether you're at home in the urban jungle or out in the real thing, these camera bags will keep your gear safe and sound. More »

Alan Johnston's photo of a road sign in McDowell County, West Virginia.

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Why a Confrontation Between Photographers and Locals Turned Ugly in Appalachia

April 21, 2015 - When citizens in Appalachia confronted out-of-town photographers taking photos without permission, the encounter threatened to turn violent. Photographer and West Virginia native Roger May talks to people involved, and looks at the difficult relationship between photographers and an often stereotyped community.  More »

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How Christopher Grimes and Olson Make Custom Content for Target, General Mills and More

April 21, 2015 - Christopher Grimes, a producer at the Minneapolis-based advertising agency Olson, tells PDN how he works with photographers to create integrated campaigns for a variety of platforms. More »

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Photo Archiving: In the Digital Age, Longevity Is No Sure Thing

April 20, 2015 - How to make sure your photos are safely preserved for years to come. More »

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How To Preserve Your Photo Archive For The Future

April 14, 2015 - Photographers, appraisers and other experts explain the steps you can take now to make sure your heirs get the most benefit—and least trouble—from the photographic legacy you leave behind. More »

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Frames Per Second: The Interactive Projects of the National Film Board of Canada

April 09, 2015 - A pair of recent projects funded by the National Film Board of Canada borrow from video games to push the limits of visual storytelling. More »

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