The current issue of Katalog, published by Museet for Fotokunst Brandst in Odense, Denmark. Kind thanks to Jens Friis.

The current issue of Katalog, published by Museet for Fotokunst Brandst in Odense, Denmark. Kind thanks to Jens Friis.

One World Trade Center in fog, 2013

One World Trade Center in fog, 2013

Orlando Sentinel distribution trucks, near the Casey Anthony trial, Orlando Florida, 2011.

Orlando Sentinel distribution trucks, near the Casey Anthony trial, Orlando Florida, 2011.

newyorkphotofestival:

We’re getting ready to send the first NYPH Journal to the printers for proofing. Here are some sample pages featuring the winners and finalists from the 2012 edition of The New York Photo Awards. Winners from the 2013 edition will be featured in Volume 2 of NYPH Journal, published by powerHouse Books. 

Remember, the Round One deadline to submit is September 12. 

Near a Tributary of the Hudson River, New York, 2013

Near a Tributary of the Hudson River, New York, 2013

Michael JacksonEncino, California, 2009

Michael Jackson
Encino, California, 2009

Some pictures of animals, Kenya, 2006

Michael VickRichmond, Virginia, 2007Pete Brook profiles Coverage on Wired’s Raw File blog today.

Michael Vick
Richmond, Virginia, 2007

Pete Brook profiles Coverage on Wired’s Raw File blog today.

I’ve been making some pictures on Instagram.
http://instagram.com/chris_topher_dawson/

I’ve been making some pictures on Instagram.


http://instagram.com/chris_topher_dawson/

nprradiopictures:

To be fair, it’s kind of a chicken-and-egg situation: Does the media simply feed the audience’s desire for celebrity news and a fascination with the abomination? Or does the media create and perpetuate that appetite?

“The biggest spectacle I’ve seen must have been in Los Angeles and Encino, Calif., on the occasion of Michael Jackson’s memorial,” says [Christopher] Dawson. “Hundreds of fans congregated … but they seemed a small group compared to the media infrastructure and supporting police presence.”

From the meta-observational standpoint of a photographer photographing photographers, Dawson’s wry series encourages us to think twice about what we see in the news. To wonder: What’s just outside of that frame?

Behind The Scenes Of The Media Circus Spectacular


Photo Credit: Christopher Dawson

Thank you to Claire O’Neill and everyone at NPR Multimedia.