Collage of clashes in Cairo, Egypt. Photographs taken between 2011-2013.
Collage of clashes in Cairo, Egypt. Photographs taken between 2011-2013.Photo collage by Daria Birang, with photographs by Moises Saman—Magnum
Collage of clashes in Cairo, Egypt. Photographs taken between 2011-2013.
Protesters take shelter during clashes with the Egyptian police on the second anniversary of the revolution, Cairo, January, 2013.
Jeeyo, 2007.
From the series: Why Am I a Marine?
Collage of clashes in Cairo, Egypt. Photographs taken between 2011-2013.
Photo collage by Daria Birang, with photographs by Moises Sa
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Photojournalism Daily: Oct. 21, 2014

Oct 21, 2014

Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Moises Saman's project, Discordia: Arab Spring. The Magnum photographer has charted the Middle East tumult for the past four years for some of the most renown publications in the world, but this collection is more of a personal exploration of that time. Discordia includes many outtakes and quieter pictures which originally went unpublished as well as fascinating photo collages made by artist Daria Birang that explore gestures repeated throughout Saman's Arab Spring work. The photographer was just awarded the W. Eugene Smith fellowship to continue the project.

Moises Saman: Discordia (The New Yorker Photo Booth)

JeongMee Yoon: The Pink or Blue Project (The New York Times Lens) Mesmerizing photographs of South Korean girls and boys surrounded by all of their childhood belongings: pink for girls and blue for boys.

Bruce Gilden: The Face of Camden (Vice) Portraits of men who have turned their lives around, in a city declared one of the most dangerous in America.

Stephen Dupont: Veterans in Their Own Words (Time.com) Polaroid portraits of U.S. Marines in Afghanistan.

What every storyteller needs to know (Storehouse.co) Some of the photographers and photo editors who recently taught at Eddie Adams workshop share their advice to young photojournalists.

Photojournalism Links is a compilation of the most interesting photojournalism found on the web, curated by Mikko Takkunen, Associate Photo Editor at TIME. Follow him on Twitter @photojournalism.

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