- "Eight Magnum Photographers were there at what later became known as Ground Zero. In this story they give their eyewitness accounts of the attack and their perspectives on the consequences, five years later." (APhotoADay)
- "While perusing the archives of world-reknown photographer, Eddie Adams, I came across some photos I hadn't seen of the construction of the buildings .. As the government, land developers and families struggle to rebuild Ground Zero, here is a poignant reminder of how it started." (Allen Murabayashi)
- "Last year, photographer Martin Fuchs put together a multimedia gallery 'Four Years Later'. It was his first attempt to create a multimedia gallery, and he has recently re-edited it." (Peter Marshall)
- "Special Report: Photographing 9/11, an oral history of September 11, 2001, as told by the photographers who covered the terrorist attacks on America: Andrea Mohin, Richard Drew, Allan Tannenbaum, James Nachtwey, and others" (co-production of American Photo and The Digital Journalist)
- "The following is one couple's stunning video documentary of what took place on 9/11/01. It has never been seen until today. A harbinger of the era of citizen journalism that followed, the video was shot from 500 yards away and 36 floors up." (Steve Rubel)
- "Perhaps it is best not to have the usual barrage of visually mediated messages from video and still photographs telling me the way it is. Instead, I am forced to concentrate and create my own mental images of the destruction. This process is intimate, personal and profoundly different from the plugged-in life I have constructed for myself. Like a monk in a cloister focused on prayer, I try to visualize the scene." (Dennis Dunleavy)
- "I think the image has touched many people exactly because it remains fuzzy and ambiguous in all its sun-drenched sharpness. On that day five years ago, sheer horror came to New York, bright and colorful like a Hitchcock movie. And the only cloud in that blue sky was the sinister first smoke signal of a new era".
(Magnum photographer Thomas Hoepker in his response "I Took That 9/11 Photo" to David Plotz ´s article in Slate: "Frank Rich Is Wrong About That 9/11 Photograph, Those New Yorkers weren't relaxing!". Hoeppner added later: "Was this the callousness of a generation, which had seen too much CNN and too many horror movies? Or was it just the devious lie of a snapshot, which ignored the seconds before and after I had clicked the shutter?")
Read also "It's Me in That 9/11 Photo".
Thanks to Jens Haas for the tip.