Sunday, April 10, 2011

A Great Video About Sibling Photojournalists

Yet another reason to love YouTube. It's like the library of congress for quirky videos. Do you remember a great news item from 15 years ago? Check YouTube and, sure enough, it probably lives there. The 15-year-old piece in this case is a great interview and exploration of the work of twin brother photographers Peter and David Turnley. These world-class photojournalists can teach all of us a thing or two about documentary photography, and image gathering in general. It's interesting enough that twin brothers both became prize-winning photographers; even more so when you consider just how competitive they are. The nice thing about the 60 minutes story is that it isn’t just a mere glimpse, but a real in-depth exploration; this piece, called Double Exposure, comes in at nearly 14 minutes long. It's intense but worthwhile. Thanks to Michael Johnston at The Online Photographer for linking to this interesting video. 

http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2011/02/double-exposure.html
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A Great Video About Sibling Photojournalists


Yet another reason to love YouTube. It's like the library of congress for quirky videos. Do you remember a great news item from 15 years ago? Check YouTube and, sure enough, it probably lives there. The 15-year-old piece in this case is a great interview and exploration of the work of twin brother photographers Peter and David Turnley. These world-class photojournalists can teach all of us a thing or two about documentary photography, and image gathering in general. It's interesting enough that twin brothers both became prize-winning photographers; even more so when you consider just how competitive they are. The nice thing about the 60 minutes story is that it isn’t just a mere glimpse, but a real in-depth exploration; this piece, called Double Exposure, comes in at nearly 14 minutes long. It's intense but worthwhile. Thanks to Michael Johnston at The Online Photographer for linking to this interesting video. 

http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2011/02/double-exposure.html
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