Right now, a conflict photographer named Eduardo Martins is supposedly driving around in a van somewhere in the Australian outback. And you probably won’t see any new work from him anytime soon: he’s in hiding after pulling off one of the craziest cons in the history of photojournalism. Photos of Martins from his social media […]
My name is Kainoa Little, and I am a Shoreline, Washington-based conflict photographer. I was in Mosul in April and May 2017, documenting Iraqi forces as they fought Islamic State militants to liberate the city.
“I’m devastated,” wrote World Press Photo Managing Director Lars Boering yesterday upon hearing that talented Dutch photojournalist Jeroen Oerlemans had been killed in Libya. “Again we lose one of the best and we also lose a very nice human being.