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A Look Back – Brian Howell 2012

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

In 2012, Vancouver-based photographer Brian Howell spoke about his photography and turning personal projects into fine art.

(Video – Ryan Jackson)

 




A Look Back – James Wellford 2012

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

In 2012, James Wellford, then a senior photo editor at Newsweek magazine, spoke about his work at the magazine. Wellford is today a photo editor and curator based in New York.

(Video – Ryan Jackson)

 




A Look Back – Cheryl Hnatiuk 2012

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

After working as a photojournalist for the Toronto Star and Montreal Gazette, Cheryl Hnatiuk now teaches yoga, works as an occupational therapist in a rehabilitation hospital in Winnipeg and continues in photography. Through study, observation and practice, Cheryl has gained an appreciation for how a balanced and healthy lifestyle can support wellness.

In 2012, Cheryl spoke about health and wellness for photojournalists and how to overcome some of the physical and mental stress that comes with the job. (Video – Ryan Jackson)

 




Random Red Numbers by Neenad Arul

Mumbai, the city that never sleeps!

Pulsating. Alive. On the Move. Vibrant. Fun. This is Mumbai or, as it is still frequently referred to, Bombay. The most modern city in India, it captures the spirit of the changing pace set by liberalization and modernization. With a population of 13 million, Mumbai is India’s largest city and its most diverse, cosmopolitan and westernized. Continue reading »




A Look Back – Tony Fouhse 2012

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

In 2012, Canadian photographer Tony Fouhse talked about his “slow photography” that he uses for some of his personal projects. (Video – Ryan Jackson)

 





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