Tag Archives: Photojournalism

New Photography Facebook page for my work

New Photography Facebook page for my work

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mitchell-Parsons-Photographer/849214995105051

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Overexposed: A Photographer’s War Against PTSD

On November 14, 2004, photographer Ashley Gilbertson followed two marines up the stairs of a mosque in Fallujah, Iraq. Working for The New York Times, Gilbertson was there for a photograph. Instead, he watched a young man die. It wasn’t the first death he’d seen, but it has haunted him ever since.

Gary Knight ‘Photographer’ – Mitchell Parsons

Gary Knight ‘Photographer’ – Mitchell Parsons

It was my honor to interview Gary Knight for my Trouble Shooter column with New York mag, Resource Magazine. His work has been a major influence on me for several years.

http://resourcemagonline.com/2014/02/gary-knight-photographer-mitchell-parsons

Dying to Tell the Story

Published on Jul 10, 2013

This documentary studies the motivations of journalists dedicated enough to risk their lives for a story. Follow narrator Amy Eldon on a personal journey to find meaning in the death of her older brother, 22-year-old Reuters photographer and the inspiration for our organization Dan Eldon.

Go to Dan’s website http://daneldon.org

“Notes From the Field” with Giles Clarke – By Mitchell Parsons

“Notes From the Field” with Giles Clarke  - By Mitchell Parsons

Mitchell Parsons February 13, 2014 TROUBLE SHOOTER

“The on-going anti-Ukrainian protests- Some images of the men who were on duty at the EuroSquare barricades over the past couple of days. This is the front-line where protestors stand and wait- a line of defiance against the government corruption. The cops with shields and batons are only 100 yards away behind a no mans land of blackened sheet ice. They rotate the watch in 2 (not 8!) hour shifts and keep warm around burning oil drums when not watching the line of cops. Earlier in the month, 2 people were shot and killed here by sniper fire with scores more injured in running battles in the neighboring streets.”

http://resourcemagonline.com/2014/02/notes-from-the-field-with-giles-clarke/