Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts

Produced by Magnum PhotosToday's PicturesProduced by Zena Koo Magnum In Motion
Tuesday, Mar 4, 2008
Along the Danube
Monday, Mar 3, 2008
Powerful Women
Friday, Feb 29, 2008
Leap Day
Thursday, Feb 28, 2008
Egypt Independent
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What is important to my work is the individual picture. I photograph stories on assignment, and of course they have to be put together coherently. But what matters most is that each picture stands on its own, with its own place and feeling.
— Steve McCurry
Life in Lhasa
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Interactive EssaysProduced by Joe Zorrilla Magnum In Motion
Keyword - Windows
Keyword - Window
By Magnum Group

Internet keyword searches enable a wide world of knowledge and entertainment to slip into view, oftentimes with surprising results. One word can lead to thousands of different sites, related keywords, unexpected scenic routes, and to new directions of in-depth research. Within the database of Magnum Photos, editors search from over 400,000 images in this manner, as is the case with the wide array of albums seen on Today’s Pictures. This week, Magnum In Motion plays with the keyword “window.” Feel free to suggest a keyword of your choice by email (subject: Keyword) to

Book of the Week
<i>Magna Brava</i>
Magna Brava
by Magnum's Women Photographers
Magna Brava presents the work of five of Magnum's female photographers. The global reach of their work has been extraordinary: Eve Arnold in China, Martine Franck on Tory Island off the Irish coast, Susan Meiselas in Central America, Inge Morath in New York, and Marilyn Silverstone in India, Tibet, and Pakistan. The best from each of these assignments appears in this book alongside specially chosen images from the artists' wider portfolios, presenting at least 40 major works that document events of global and local importance. Each portfolio is introduced by one of the other four photographers, providing an intimate view of the work by a longtime friend and colleague.