#227: Psychologize That Up The Wazoo

© Richard Tuschman

© Richard Tuschman

This week, a discussion around photojournalism inspired by the Netflix series Conflict that raises a few questions for us to chew on. Would you ever put yourself in harm’s way for a photograph? If you already do, why? Is it for the photograph or the thrill of the shoot? Or some combination of both? Is a photograph more valuable than the life that is potentially lost capturing it? Also, does taking photos at important or milestone events enhance or take away from your ability to enjoy/remember said event? Plus, a teaser for next week in the show notes: what do you see when you look at art? Richard Tuschman is our Photographer of the Week.

On Taking Pictures – Google+ – Assignment: #cliche

Confict – redfitz Films

The Fallen of World War II on Vimeo

Wow! signal – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Turtles all the way down – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Matt Damon impersonates Matthew McConaughey – YouTube

Things Organized Neatly

A Former Janitor Collects and Photographs the Items Seized from Immigrants and Thrown Away By U.S. Customs and Border Patrol – Feature Shoot

Hey Dude – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Take a Picture, You’ll Enjoy It More

Michael DeFilippo

Cross Bronx Expressway – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

DOCUMERICA: Images of America in Crisis in the 1970s – The Atlantic

Freedom Train – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Richard Tuschman Images

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Once Upon A Time In Kazimierz Promo on Vimeo

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