To receive a regular selection of great, topical photojournalism images, be sure to sign up for “The Big Picture: News stories in photographs,” put together by the passionate and intelligent photo editor Alan Taylor and hosted by “boston.com” (the online edition of “The Boston Globe.”)
Today Taylor brings us 18 stunning images from the moon in “Images from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.” Wednesday Taylor delivered us 31 images from the “Harbine Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival.” On Monday Taylor served up 33 images in “Three Days in Iran.”
This is how Taylor works, editing images from diverse sources on specific topics and then presenting them with a thoughtful introduction every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. He’s been doing this since February 2009.
Scores of dedicated followers add comments, noting favorite images and adding interesting observations on the topic at hand. All in all, it’s a positive experience, full of photo inspiration.
Although I call Taylor a “photo editor” (how can I not, giving his work on “The Big Picture”?), he is actually employed as a developer for boston.com, running “The Big Picture” out of his passion for photojournalism, showing us Continue reading “Get The Big Picture (and Major Inspiration) from “The Big Picture””