Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/07/03

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Subject: [Leica] Peter Turnley
From: s.dimitrov at (Slobodan Dimitrov)
Date: Sat Jul 3 08:51:31 2004

I agree with you there. I keep hearing noises about more art/conceptual
photography being wanted by editors. Hope the trend continues.
S. Dimitrov

> From: "Robert Palmieri" <>
> Reply-To: Leica Users Group <>
> Date: Sat, 03 Jul 2004 03:47:39 -0500
> To: <>
> Subject: [Leica] Peter Turnley
> The following post appeared here yesterday:
>> Dear friends-
>> I would like to share with you some very exciting  news. I've been
> offered a 
>> one
>> year, renewable agreement with Harpers  Magazine, to create 4 major 8
> page
>> photo-essays for the magazine during the  next year. I will be listed
> on the
>> masthead as a contributing editor and most  importantly the philosophy
> behind
>> this new agreement is that I will author my  own visual stories that
> will be
>> given very prominent display quarterly in a  magazine with a long and
> rich
>> tradition of publishing excellent writing and  journalism. I think this
> marks
>> not only a very exciting opportunity for me,  but also a wonderful
>> development for photojournalism and for the use of  visual storytelling
> in
>> magazine journalism. Please read more about this news  in an article
> that has
> j>ust been published today on the  site:
> pers.html
>> I  look forward to your seeing the first photo-essay that will appear
> in  the
>> August issue of Harpers Magazine which will speak visually to a  very
>> important theme in world affairs today, in a way that I think has not
> been
>> seen or treated prominently before.
>> My best. Peter  Turnley
> Damn good to hear about this, I say...
> Bob Palmieri
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