Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Alec Soth’s series from Georgia, which is part of a long-term collaboration the photographer has had with writer Brad Zellar. The pair have previously made trips to six U.S. states, and published the same number of tabloids, each dedicated to one of the states visited. Soth and Zellar have a distinctive — somewhat eccentric, yet empathetic — way of seeing things as this work, which is said to be the last tabloid they’ll produce together, demonstrates.
Christopher Anderson: Derek Jeter Opens the Door (New York Magazine) The Magnum photographer documents the life of Yankee legend Derek Jeter, who played his last professional game on Sunday.
Oksana Yushko: Outgrowing Childhood Horrors in Beslan (The New York Times Lens blog) Presenting the photographer’s long-term project on the survivors of the school massacre in Russia.
Ian Teh’s Changed Chinese Landscapes (The New Yorker Photo Booth) Majestic panoramas of the rapidly changing country.
Ebrahim Noroozi: Iranian Coal Miners (AP Images blog) A look at an Iranian heavy industry hindered by international sanctions.
Andrew Quilty (The Broadsheet) The Australian photographer explains how he began to work internationally and why he finds himself returning to Afghanistan, time and time again.
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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