Kevin McElvaney’s photography collection Agbogbloshie puts a very human face on the dumping of electronic waste in the developing world.
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I’ve never done very well with the whole “Wordless Wednesday” thing – guess I just have too much to say! But it’s always good to just shut up and enjoy sometimes…
Though most of may view social media as primarily social — a way to keep up with friends and professional contacts — we’ve all witnessed its power to relay stories we would have never heard otherwise. Tools like Twitter and Facebook fundamentally changed how we experienced events like the ’09 “Twitter Revolution” in Iran, or […]
Until a few days ago, I’d never heard of the DOCUMERICA project, an effort by the EPA in the 1970s to “capture images relating to environmental problems, EPA activities, and everyday life.” Beginning in 1972, the agency hired numerous freelance photographers to get out and about in the country to take the photos, and ended […]
Photographers have long held a useful key to effecting change. Think of Ansel Adams and his influence on early 20th Century government leaders in the United States; he helped demonstrate the value of nature and the need for national parks. Think of the Farm Security Administration photography effort of the 1930s, led by Roy Stryker […]