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· September, 2013

Stories about Photography from September, 2013

Russian News Websites Black Out to Protest Journalist's Arrest

A photographer was among the 30 activists arrested by Russian border guards on board Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise. His detention has riled up Russian journalists and other media figures.

Potraits in Black: Africans in Italy

Portraits in Black is a work of three photographers – Marco Ambrosi, Matteo Danesin and Aldo Sodoma – the Centre for Immigration Studies in Verona, the Cities of Verona and...

Trinidad & Tobago: Death Knell for Professional Photography?

Is the smartphone the death knell for professional photography? Mark Lyndersay discusses the question here.

Kissing on Egyptian Streets

A photograph circulating on Facebook of two young Egyptians kissing in the street stirred both outrage and admiration. Shared by Ahmed ElGohary, a commentator objected to ‘the lack of manhood’...

PHOTOS: In Search of a Safe Environment for India's Children

A series of photographs reminds us that every child has the right to a protective environment.

Russia's True Symbol: A Chechen Mosque?

The second round of a contest to choose ten lesser-known Russian tourist attractions turned violent on Saturday, August 31, 2013, when a crowd in Grozny began egging select telecoms offices.

Controversial Photo Adds Fuel to Fire in Trinidad Protests

After police killed a young man from a disadvantaged community, the media added insult to injury by publishing a revealing photograph of a grieving senior citizen from the area.

Trinidad & Tobago: Adobe by Subscription

Whether or not you like Adobe's new subscription model for its creative software doesn't matter much, according to Mark Lyndersay, who points out that users really have no choice.

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