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The Fall 2015 issue of PDNedu has arrived!

Posted by on September 24, 2015 | Media

We are excited to announce the Fall 2015 issue of PDNedu has begun shipping to schools. For the Documentary & Photojournalism Issue cover story, we spoke to conflict photographer and Nikon Ambassador Lynsey Addario about dedicating a life to photojournalism and what it takes to fully commit to the field. Also included in the issue are One to Watch pick... More

The First Sign of Spring

Posted by on March 4, 2015 | Media

We just received advance copies of PDNedu‘s Spring 2015 and we can’t wait to show off Tamara Lackey’s lovely cover. The magazine should arrive at your school sometime next week, when the issue will debut at the Society for Photographic Education’s (SPE) 52st national conference at the New Orleans Hyatt Regency, in the scenic Garden district.... More

PDNedu Offers Practical Advice from the Field

Posted by on September 29, 2014 | Media

PDNedu‘s fall 2014 issue just shipped from the printer and should be arriving at your school soon. Our theme of Motion & Video is fully articulated through the dynamic selection of video content we’ve curated for digital edition, which just went live this morning. Click here for free access. Students and educators can also take advantage of... More

PDNedu’s Fall Issue is all about Light

Posted by on October 3, 2013 | Education, Media

PDNedu‘s Fall 2013 issue is hot off the press and currently shipping to photography programs nationwide. Inside, you’ll find engaging and colorful stories on the theme of Lighting and Light. Our cover feature, It’s a Living, is a rollicking profile of Lynn Goldsmith’s long and multifaceted career. Her new book Rock and Roll Stories, about her days (and nights) as a music scene star... More

PDNedu’s Spring 2013 issue is all about Data

Posted by on March 7, 2013 | Education, Media

PDNedu‘s Spring 2013 issue debuts today at the Society for Photographic Education’s 50th annual national conference in Chicago, now through March 11th. We’re anxiously awaiting the opening of the exhibits fair where we’ll be handing out copies of the print issue on Friday and Saturday. The conference is sold out, but the exhibits fair is... More

Hear the Haunting Voice of Diane Arbus

Posted by on December 13, 2011 | Contests/Events, Education, Media

Widely recognized as one of the most iconic artists of the twentieth century, Diane Arbus's photographs are known to all, yet hardly anyone has ever heard her voice. To mark the fortieth anniversary of Arbus's passing in 1971, her long-time publisher Aperture presents a rare and exclusive opportunity to hear... More

Policy Drives Newspaper to Doctor Front Page Photo

Posted by on May 28, 2010 | Legal, Media

The Dominion Post of Morgantown, West Virginia altered a front page news photograph on May 15 to remove three public officials from the image, West Virginia Public Broadcasting has reported. The paper's editor explained that The Dominion Post has a policy--in effect during the political campaign season--against publishing photos of... More