Daylight magazine

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Daylight Magazine
Editor Taj Forer and Michael Itkoff
Categories Documentary Photography
Frequency bi-annual
First issue 2004
Country United States
Language American English

Daylight Magazine is an English-language documentary photography magazine founded in 2003 by Taj Forer and Michael Itkoff and published by the Daylight Community Arts Foundation. Released bi-annually, each issue features a series of selected photographs related to the issue's theme with explanatory essays written by the photographers. The magazine is progressive in outlook and portrays the effects of larger forces and trends on individuals, communities and landscapes.

Published issues[edit]

Title Released No. Photographers
Debut Spring 2004 1 Alec Soth, Tom Rankin, Jen Szymaszek, and Sara Gomez
Iraq Summer 2004 2 Susan Meiselas, Sean Hemmerle, Roger Hutchings, Bruno Stevens, Sheryl Mendez, Samantha Appleton, Daniel Pepper, and Amir Hassanpour
Sustainability Fall 2004 3 Joel Sternfeld, David Maisel, Edgar Martins, Jeff Whetstone, and a Daylight project examining biodiesel production.
Israel/Palestine Spring 2006 4 Simon Norfolk, Luc Delahaye, Kai Wiedenhofer, Paolo Pellegrin, Ahikam Seri, Ori Gersht, Gilad Ophir, Noel Jabbour, and Noa Ben Shalom
Global Commodities Fall 2006 5 Adam Broomberg, Oliver Chanarin, Ali Chraibi, Kadir van Lohuizen, Ivor Prickett, Heidi Schumann, Allan Sekula, elin o’Hara slavick, Ian Teh, Heinrich Voelkel, and Michael Wolf
The Atomic Issue Fall 2007 6 Harold Edgerton, Robert Del Tredici, Carole Gallagher, Chris McCaw, Pierpaolo Mittica, Jürgen Nefzger, Simon Roberts, Richard Ros, Paul Shambroom, Ramin Talaie, Hiroshi Watanabe, and Yosuke Yamahata
Agriculture Fall 2008 7 Michael Ableman, Wout Berger, Tessa Bunney, Jason Houston, Raoul Kramer, Eduardo Martino, Peter Menzel, Brad Phalin, Heinrich Riebesehl, Munem Wasif, and Hiroshi Watanabe

Daylight Multimedia[edit]

Daylight Multimedia publishes free monthly video podcasts featuring portfolios and narration from contemporary photographers. Podcasts have included Jeff Rich: Watershed, Christopher Sims: Guantanamo Bay, John Duncan: Bonfires, Joshua Lutz: Meadowlands, Joseph Johnson: Megachurches, and Darren Hauck: Elections in Guatemala.

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