50 episodes

A weekly podcast exploring topics of photojournalism through the eyes of working photojournalists. Aiming to go beyond tech talk, 10FPS focuses on the heart of photojournalism: why and how we do what we do. Each week we will feature a new guest from the field and ask what drives them.

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A weekly podcast exploring topics of photojournalism through the eyes of working photojournalists. Aiming to go beyond tech talk, 10FPS focuses on the heart of photojournalism: why and how we do what we do. Each week we will feature a new guest from the field and ask what drives them.

    Peter van Agtmael

    Peter van Agtmael

    This week we talk with Magnum photographer and photobook publisher Peter van Agtmael about his new book Sorry for the War and his 2020 Yearbook. We also discuss issues facing Magnum in the future.

    Corinne Perkins

    Corinne Perkins

    We discuss all things 2020 with Corinne Perkins, including how a photo editor works, mental health on the job, the constant onslaught of events in 2020.

    Tony Mobley

    Tony Mobley

    "Surviving Summer" is scheduled to run at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Sante Fe from March to September 2021.

    Benjamin Chesterton on Magnum

    Benjamin Chesterton on Magnum

    We're kicking off a new season with Benjamin Chesterton, @duckrabbitblog on Twitter, and his open letter to Magnum concerning years of photographing child abuse and other controversies surrounding the iconic photo agency.

    Roger May and Photographing Appalachia

    Roger May and Photographing Appalachia

    Roger May's work explores the complicated history of place, faith, and identity in the coalfields.

    • 59 min
    Jackie Sofia, creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects

    Jackie Sofia, creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects

    Jackie is the creator and facilitator of The Narrative Projects. The initiative uses documentary strategies and participatory media to illuminate the unknown stories of the refugee experience in the MENA region and North America.

    • 51 min

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“While there is perhaps a province in which the photograph can tell us nothing more than what we see with our own eyes, there is another in which it proves to us how little our eyes permit us to see.”

— Dorothea Lange

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