Tag Archives: Christian Documentary Photography

Gospel Justice Documentary Update

  I’ve been steadily getting the organizational work done for the documentary on Christian legal aid.  Plan to start photographing in earnest next week.  Here’s where I am at in my thinking: Potential Stories We are in the research phase, … Continue reading

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Review: How Will We Feed Them?

We need more food and we need it now. To meet the food needs of the 21st Century the nations of the world must make it easy to live and prosper and rural areas. Moravavy Seraphine and her daughter Maria … Continue reading

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What If Today Is Opposite Day?

I suspect the vast majority of people reading this post have seen Dorothea Lange’s photograph entitled Migrant Mother, an image of a woman as she ponders her future during the depression.  This 1936 picture has been used innumerable times to … Continue reading

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Book review: In Search of Norman Rockwell’s America

Can Christians see no evil? Some folks probably think that.  And not without reason. In my experience, some Christians do avoid negative topics. But in almost photographic terms, many Christians see the evil but choose to focus on the good.  … Continue reading

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My Personal Approach

I’m going to go out on a limb here. Over the next months and years, I plan to study this genre of Christian Documentary Photography in large part to improve my own understanding and vision.  So in the interest of … Continue reading

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