Jens E. Kjeldsen Archives
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Photo October 17, 2021

The Taliban, A Pair of Skis, and Seeing What We Think We Know

Seen as wildly provocative on social media, photos of Taliban fighters in the Norwegian Embassy after the fall of Kabul say as much about visual bias.

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Immigration/Migration Photo July 7, 2019

Photo of a Drowned Migrant Father and Daughter Is Fading Fast

The belief in a photo’s power often resides more in hope than in what we actually know about pictures.

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Culture Focus Photo February 16, 2015

World Press Photo: As Much About News as About the Human Condition?

The picture of “Jon and Alex” seems to also be part of an emerging trend among the winning photographs of recent years: a cinematic aesthetics that combines artistic compositions with invitation to storytelling.

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