24 Feb, 2009 | Posted by: photosource

SPREADING THE WORD. Images tell the story of homelessness, AIDS and more. While most non-profits can't afford high-end photography, multimedia and social media are becoming powerful tools for spreading humanitarian messages. Such photography in support of non-profits is getting a boost from Getty Images, which is starting a project called Grants for Good. http://blog.seattletimes.nwsource.com/philanthropy/2009/02/19/but_sometimes_pictures_say_a.html

I Heart Magazine i s a just-launched street photography publication that targets photographers, designers, musicians, and collectors worldwide. A feature on pop culture products is also included in the magazine.
Addam Winsenburg is the creative director of the title, which is produced in the US by I Heart Publishing and distributed globally. Winsenburg hopes to publish triannually or quarterly. Freelance photographic submissions are accepted. Details are posted at http://www.iheartmagazine.com/index2.html


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