The July issue of The Digital Journalist, the monthly magazine for visual journalism, is out. This month’s main feature is John Moore, an award-winning photojournalist for Getty Images who seems to be everywhere, especially when there is a big story. You remember him because of his recent photos of Benazir Bhutto during the last moments of her life and his pictures of the chaos in the streets that followed. Not an overnight sensation, John Moore has been a working, globetrotting photographer for more than 17 years. In her incisive portrait of Moore, Beverly Spicer tells us how he works and gives us insight into why he is so successful. Accompanying the text is an extensive galley of John
Moore’s photos including his Pakistan, Iraq and Pan-American Highway series.
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