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PART II: Visura highlights 10 more photographers to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month!

Visura Community | Organization | October 21, 2017

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"Cheyenne River" featured in the Washington Post. Thank you Visura

Emily Schiffer | Photographer | September 27, 2017

An intimate portrait of a reservation in South Dakota. The article was written by Kenneth Dickerman. Click here to view the full article. Thank you Visura! The feature was one of the three selected from the Washington Post Open Call via Visura. 

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WINNERS ANNOUNCED: THE 2017 WASHINGTON POST OPEN CALL

Visura Community | Organization | September 22, 2017

Visura is delighted to announce THE THREE WINNERS of the 2017 Washington Post Open Call : Diana Bagnoli, Emily Schiffer, and Brigitte Grignet . The photographers were selected by: MaryAnne Golon / Director of Photography, Kenneth Dickerman /Foreign Photo Editor and Dee Swann / Senior..

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Visura highlights 15 photographers to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month!

Visura Community | Organization | September 19, 2017

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month—Visura highlights fifteen photographers, who are Hispanic or Latino Americans:  Erika P. Rodrgz (Puerto Rico),  Jorge   Luis Chavarria   (Guatemala),   Joana Toro   (Colombia),   Pedro Farias-Nardi  ..

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on Der Spiegel online: School of Shepherds by Joan Alvado

Joan Alvado | Photographer | September 18, 2017

Written by Ines Hielscher, the series was published online. Great experience to work with them, and I'm very happy with the result. To see the feature, click: here  

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on The New York Times 'Lens' Blog: Diversify.Photo

DIVERSIFY PHOTO | Organization | September 13, 2017

Facing the dual changes of changing demographics and technological innovations, new groups are taking steps to broaden opportunities for photographers of color. Click here to read the full article  on Diversify.Photo  —written by David González and James Estrin for The New York..

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On assignment for CNN: Through Germany's open door: What life is really like for refugees

Lena Mucha | Photographer | September 11, 2017

Story by  Atika Shubert  and Nadine   Schmidt, CNN Photographs by Lena Mucha for CNN Read the full article, here . 

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on AINT-BAD MAGAZINE

Keith Rutowski | Photographer | September 7, 2017

Aint-Bad , an independent publisher of new photographic art, published my series about Wheeling, West Virginia's past and present on their site today. Check out the series and my introductory text here:  https://www.aint-bad.com/article/2017/09/07/keith-rutowski/

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on VICE Magazine: Grandmothers in Nairobi are Fighting off Rapists with Self Defense Techniques

Nadja Wohlleben | Photographer | September 6, 2017

Nadja's latest story 'Shosho Jikinge' about elderly women in Nairobi's townships fighting off rapists was featured in the September issue of VICE Magazine (print & online).  See the feature  here .

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Featured on Lensculture's Magazine

Sulejman Bijedic | Photographer | September 2, 2017

Nice thing to be among the photographers featured on this amazing publication. The story I'm working on is about a small village in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina called Počitelj, which was brutally attacked during the war in Yugoslavia in the 90's. Today some of the original inhabitants of..

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Winner of The 2017 FireCracker Grant

Carolina Arantes | Photographer | September 1, 2017

Delighted to announce that Carolina Arantes is the winner of the 2017 Firecracker Grant ,  awarded to a female photographer born or residing in Europe to assist with a documentary project. Through a combination of self-initiated fundraising and with the generous support of  Genesis..

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