Our favorite links from the photo community this week; August 25 edition.
Joe McNally’s incredible Faces of Ground Zero project. Don’t miss it.
Gerry Melendez of The State (Columbia, SC) created this wonderful video called “Undying Love”.
Outrageous! Police confiscate cameras at a public meeting of Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot. Stand up for your rights people. Photography is not a crime.
Over the last ten years I’ve had the good fortune of getting to know Vancouver photographer Nick Didlick and he has become a good friend. I was happy to see Nick profiled on Nikon’s Learn and Explore site.
Nick tipped us to this piece de-bunking some myths about air travel and digital cameras.
Cool slideshow from the New York Times Magazine revisiting the subjects of previouly published photographs.
In a similar vein, the Boston Globe juxtaposes old and new photographs from the Berlin Wall
Beautifully tragic photo by John Moore, from TIME.
Also from Time’s Lightbox, Stephen Shames’ Bronx Boys Project.
Tomorrow, Tripoli on the New York Times’ Lens Blog
Aristide Economopoulos does a nice job with “The Killing Cycle” for the Newark Star-Ledger.
Craig Ferguson’s “Learn to Say No”
TechCrunch has an interesting story showing how photographer John Heller recovered his stolen Nikon gear.
And finally, The Best Photoshop Tutorial. Ever.