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Photojournalism: A glimpse inside Fortnum & Mason

March 31, 2011 by


By SARAH MORRISON THE POWER OF PHOTOS IN PROTEST: What was perhaps most noticeable about UK Uncut’s peaceful occupation of Fortnum & Mason on Saturday 26 March, the day of the TUC March for the Alternative, was that virtually no press made it inside. Yes, there were one or two freelancers and a handful of […]

Cuts protests: is photojournalism objective?

March 29, 2011 by


By JENNY STEVENS As we said recently on Seeing Stories, photographs make a breaking news story. To feel close to the action, readers and users want to see it. This weekend the front pages of (almost) all the nationals were dominated by coverage of Saturday’s march against the Government’s public spending cuts. But each newspaper’s […]

Award winning photojournalism from Gaza

November 12, 2010 by


by JENNY STEVENS The winning entry of the first ever Carmignac Gestion prize for photojournalism went on display this week in Paris. Seeing Stories went to see the collection of works by Kai Wiedenhöfer. German photojournalist Kai Wiedenhöfer has been working in Gaza for over ten years, documenting daily life in the occupied territories. This […]