Teru Kuwayama wins $200,000 Grant

Big congrats are owed to Teru for winning a $200,000 grant from the Knight Fellowship. He'll be using social media to bring the story of the war in Afghanistan to the American people in a way that TV brought Vietnam to our living rooms. The Marines recently lifted a ban on social media, so the Marines, along with the independent embedded journalists will be using social media to report on what is happening. Read more at http://knight.stanford.edu/news/2010/challenge/

Watch Teru talk about the Challenge

Knight News Challenge winner Teru Kuwayama on One-Eight from Nieman Journalism Lab on Vimeo.

See more of Teru's work at http://terukuwayama.com/

In-depth conversation between Michael Kamber and Tim Hetherington

The NYTimes Lens blog often features interviews with photographers but this one stands out. It's an amazing back and forth conversation between two great photographers. If you saw Tim's "Sleeping Soldiers" projection, you'll definitely want to hear more about the project that led to the film "Restrepo". from http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/06/22/behind-44/