Photo Journalism

70 days later in Haiti

"In a country still mourning the loss of a now-estimated 230,000 citizens, over one million people remain housed in makeshift tent cities, uncertain about their future or security."

Its good to see a photographic update on my country's well being but it sad to see that their current situation is far from over.

Don't hesitate to see the full set of photos on Boston's Big Picture which has descriptions that can bring clarity to the events in these images.

The Flour Mill, Jacmel, Haiti by Rodney Smith

Photographer: Rodney Smith

Location: Jacmel, Haiti


Rodney wrote a nice account about these pictures and taking portraits, but I can't wait for him to dig deeper into his past journeys in Haiti. (Blog Post Here)

Stanley Greene's Black Passport

**I recommend Lowering the Volume on your computer before watching this video**

I just recently got acquainted with Stanley Greene's work and its a really raw depiction on life and war.  The video is a trailer for his upcoming photo book "Black Passport" (which is available on Amazon).

If you want to see more of Stanley's work check on his showcase HERE

or Read his short bio on Wikipedia

video found via Picture Story Blog