William Lounsbury, the New Face of Photojournalism
Art / Portraits / Uncategorized

William Lounsbury, the New Face of Photojournalism

Currently working on a project linked to the first safe drug-consumption place which opened on October 14 in Paris, the young American photojournalist gives a portrayal of his occupation. From an analog camera to an iPhone and from the United States, to Paris, and Europe, he changed tools and places, but remained truthful to the ethical foundations … Continue reading

Photojournalism: From the agency model to the era of citizen journalism
History of the Media

Photojournalism: From the agency model to the era of citizen journalism

         Photojournalism is a recent profession which has evolved quite quickly since its beginnings during the 19th century. It created a new way of telling stories in which the photo guides the reader and gives another dimension to news reports. The American publication Life – launched in 1936 by Henry Luce – … Continue reading

Celebrity photojournalists: an endangered species?
Art / Society / Visual Media

Celebrity photojournalists: an endangered species?

Willy Rizzo, Pierre Terrasson, Jean-Marie Périer on the one hand. The Rolling Stones, Marilyn Monroe, The Cure, on the other hand. Everyone knows the latter and can easily represent them, very few people know the first ones. Close to the celebrities, those journalists contributed to their discovery and stardom… through lenses. More than simple photo shoots, … Continue reading