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  • Get The Picture: Thinking About Photographs: Learn basic camera techniques and the historic background of seven photographers' work including Berenice Abbott and Gilles Peress.
  • Crudelle, Vincent: Through pasteboard masks, charred, chipped and broken figures of gods and demons. Features photos, story and guest book.
  • Dokumentia: A high-bandwidth multimedia outlet for innovative storytelling. Mixing photographs, video and panoramas with the interactivity of the Internet, Dokumentia explores new narrative techniques.
  • Earth From Above: UNESCO supported project by Yann Arthus-Betrand to provide a survey of the state of the Earth. Aerial photographs with accompanying documentary information, from all around the world. Interactive site presented by Fujifilm. [Flash player required.]
  • Family of Man 2: A project to compile images of humanity, 50 years after Edward Steichen's in 1955. News, invitation to submit pictures, exhibition and links. Also in French and German.
  • Fotograf Atolyesi (Children Photography Workshop): A project based on the earthquake in Turkey on July 7, 2000. Images by photography instructors and pupils. Text in Turkish and English.
  • Indivisible: Stories of American Community: A national documentary project that explores community life and civic action. 22 acclaimed photographers and interviewers documented 12 communities where people are addressing crucial issues and creating positive change.
  • PhotoTag: A non-profit for-fun joint venture by Rick Dietz and Susan Brackney. A documentary project where disposable cameras are labeled and released into the wild with instructions for unwary PhotoTaggers to take one picture and pass the camera on.
  • Picture-Projects: Online documentaries developed in partnership with established artists and documentarians, such as Susan Meiselas and Gilles Peress.
  • Shooting for Peace: Building Community Through Photography: Features the Curtis Park Photo-Story Project. A guide for community photography projects. By Tory Read. [Requires Flash]
  • Spaceshoot: The documentary work of a `group` of young photographers from Years 9 and 10 at Cambridge School, Hammersmith, London, England, UK illustrating their views on architecture in Hammersmith.
  • The White Cloud Photography Workshops: Devoted to the appreciation of documentary photography and the enlightenment of those who have committed themselves to it.
  • Tribal Photography: A photographic `resource` that supports tribal survival, the defense of human rights and cultural autonomy of indigenous people.


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