"is a project of Carleton College's Cinema & Media Studies Department and Ratchet Up (by John Schott) to gather news sources and commentary about public and personal photographic image practices associated with the War in Iraq...The site is intended to be a clearinghouse for thoughtful discussion rather than a locus of invective."
"it is a site every journalist, academic, and citizen interested in photojournalism should be watching." (PJNet.org)Just as we they have decided that "We do not believe that everyone needs to see the most extreme images in order to understand the horror of war." This is why we never ever will show the other pictures taken by the DirtyAndTiredSoldier (1; 2; 3).
The website, recently created, has lots of links to essays, reports etc. You should definetely visit the site.
Professor John F. Schott, the initiator of Camera/Iraq, is Director for Media Studies Concentration and Media Studies (MEDA) at the Carleton College, Minnesota. Schott is the producer of "American Photography: A Century of Images".
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