Archive | 2009

I’ve Got a New and Improved Blog!

  Hi everyone, First of all I would like to say thank you to all who have been following my blog. Since the very first post, I’ve enjoyed reading your comments and hearing your encouraging words. Even those of you who have not commented…’s just nice knowing that you’re interested in what I have to […]

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Hopital Albert Schweitzer, Haiti

While on the topic of Hospitals, I feel compelled to share with you the story of another truly amazing hospital, this one, in Haiti. Back in 2001 I shot a job for Health Volunteers Overseas. One of the locations that I photographed was HAS or Hopital Albert Schweitzer(yes, it’s Hopital not Hospital). HAS was started […]

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Angkor Hospital For Children, Cambodia

Yes it’s true, just last month  I posted about Angkor Hospital for Children, but I’m posting again for two reasons. First, because their 2008 Annual Report just came out, full of images that I captured while shooting their story for Town and Country Magazine earlier this year.      And secondly, because Friends Without a […]

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PADF: The Pan American Development Foundation:

Over the last 8 years I’ve done quite a bit of work for The Pan American Development Foundation (PADF), shooting for them in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Colombia and Cuba, so I’m going to take this opportunity to highlight them in my blog today. PADF is a non-government humanitarian aid organization that works to empower […]

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Packing for a trip:

People often ask what supplies and equipment I take with me on my travels. So, here we go…I’m going to break it down for you into three parts. The following describes absolutely everything that I bring on a trip, down to the smallest item. This list is the result of a re-examination of the contents […]

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Cambodia: 30 Years After the Genocide:

    Cambodia has a special place in my heart. I work there often, shooting stories for my NGO clients and also visit as part of an annual photo tour I lead. So, I always log on to the Phnom Penh Post to see what’s up and check on news about the ongoing trial of […]

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The Philippines: Massacre in Mindanao

Yesterda,  I blogged about my work documenting human trafficking in The Philippines, and today I woke to news about a masacre in Mindanao. To say the least, I was saddened to hear about the recent violence there. News agencies report that more than 45 people were killed in the remote town of Datu Abdullah Sanki […]

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Human Trafficking

  I’ve recently returned from four months worth of assignments and people have been asking me what types of stories I was shooting for my NGO clients (Non-Government Organizations). So, why not use the blog to explain…..In August I was in the Philippines working for two different NGOs one for a story revolving around the […]

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Last night, while driving home, I saw a man in the median holding a cardboard sign which read “Homeless Veteran: Need Money, Please Help”. I immediately though about a family that I encountered in Myanmar two months ago. Since I travel extensively in the developing world I’ve grown accustomed  to people asking for “donations”. I […]

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My Experience with the new Cotton Carrier Holster System

For the longest time, I’ve been looking for a “waist/holster” camera carrying system that would allow me to carry my cameras “naked”, allowing immediate, easy access. Last July, prior to leaving for four month’s worth of assignments in Asia, I spoke with Andy Cotton, the inventor of the Cotton Carrier. Andy was launching a camera […]

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Vietnam Explorer Photo Tour

The 2018 Jim Cline Photo Tours Vietnam Explorer Photo Tour has been completed. Another amazing trip through a country full […]

Holiday Gift Guide for the Traveling Photographer

With the holidays right around the corner, you might be wondering what to purchase that special traveling photographer in your […]

India Photo Tour Video

A short film, chronicling the 2017 Jim Cline Photo Tours Pushkar trip. Still images and ground-based video shot using the […]

India: 2017 Pushkar Photo Tour

During our tour we visit the golden city of Jaisalmer. Jaisalmer is named after its founder Maharawal Jaisal Singh, a […]

India: 2017 Pushkar Photo Tour in Black and White

A selection of images in black and white from my recent Jim Cline Photo Tours, Pushkar trip, ending with some […]

India: Pushkar Fair and the Taj Mahal Photo Tour 2017

During the first full moon of November, India’s Pushkar Fair, Asia’s largest camel and livestock market springs to life in […]