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Andrew Jackson Mar 20
The world is full of stories...but not all of them are yours to tell.
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The Politics of Representation Collective Nov 18
What are and what questions do they raise for ? Read our interview with Savannah Dodd from the Photography Ethics Centre
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Chirag Wakaskar Sep 15
Found a release form in some old documents. This was an event I photographed with commerical sex workers in Mumbai with a non profit / NGO. While this is quite specific, you see a lot of these violated ever so often.
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The Graduate School Jun 17
Do you use photos in reports or presentations? Come along tomorrow to this interactive workshop with Savannah Dodd on how to make ethical decisions in our photographic practice. More information here:
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Photography Ethics Centre Jan 14
New year, new call for new voices who have something to say about . Selected authors will be remunerated for their time at $50 per article, thanks to ! Get in touch with a pitch:
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HumEthNet Mar 27
Poignant perspectives on oral justifications for use of images of suffering in this month's edition of Reflections.
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Photography Ethics Centre Oct 18
A at my title slide for the in at Tuesday! A lot of prep is underway, and I can’t wait to see you there! Tickets and more info available through
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PhotoShelter May 28
Questionable decisions were made here by the . When it comes to , what're your thoughts on accurate captioning and image selection?
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n. musinguzi Apr 27
w/ & • blessings and big ups to both of you and all who came thru showed love n let us keep it 💯💛🌈✨
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CHLOEJUNO Aug 20
People spend money to study photography, and need to earn a living with photography. It’s hard to survive. I do so much for free, but people should not feel guilty charging or selling stuff. It’s the way our world is right now.
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ErinAshford Aug 22
"A more nuanced, informed, and critical understanding is absolutely essential in the photography and art world. This system is still very much controlled by a minuscule group of people holding largely Eurocentric and colonial views of the subcontinent."
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Photography Ethics Centre Dec 5
What a day! The Symposium at was a huge success, thanks to our speakers and Thanks to every who came to participate in the conversation, and I'll look forward to the next one!
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Andrew Jackson Oct 21
Black and Brown 'victim' dolls sold separately.
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Paul Halliday Dec 21
Replying to @lolabe @the_u_p_a
There’s a difference between ‘static empathy’ and ‘dynamic empathy’. You’re right in that the former is all about accepting ‘things as they are.’ But the dynamic form leads to social and political action, and then to change.
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Photography Ethics Centre Oct 16
Replying to @PhotoEthics
If you are already booked in, have a look at the following articles to get thinking about !
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கரிகாலன் garikaalan Nov 10
Who gave you the right to use that little girl’s picture for your fear-mongering petty political agenda? Did you get consent from her parents to use her image for this purpose?
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Mile 91 Dec 9
NEW 👀 on our blog: why photographers need to be inclusive and ensure the creative process is a two-way discussion. ^HL
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Photography Ethics Centre Dec 3
House is set up and ready to go for our symposium tomorrow! And it is quite an impressive venue. I can’t wait for the discussions that will unfold tomorrow! If you haven’t booked in yet, and are in and around , this event is a must.
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LessThanHumanDebate Jun 6
“The overall effect works perfectly.” writing about ’s 1969 book. Still think this book isn’t ?
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Louis Leeson Apr 12
This is good 👇👇👇
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