Tag Archives: egypt

How the Egyptian Revolution Changed My Perspective – by Myriam Abdelaziz

Egypt Revolution

Photographer Myriam Abdelaziz explains how she found herself in the midst of the Egyptian revolution and how that experience made her change her perspective as a photographer.

In My Bag: Egypt Edition – by Amanda Mustard

In M yBag

Cairo, Egypt-based photojournalist Amanda Mustard shares a list of what she carries on the front lines and explains why it’s important for women journalists to take all precautions with their approach to covering news there.

Photo Brigade Podcast #23 with Nicole Tung

Nicole Tung

On this episode Robert speaks with Nicole Tung, a young and talented photojournalist who has been covering the Arab Spring and all the conflict surrounding the uprisings in Egypt, Libya, and Syria.

The Zabaleen – by Roman Kutzowitz


Photographer Roman Kutzowitz of Berlin is currently traveling the 5 continents pursuing several photographic projects on religion and marginalization. Here’s one of the stories he shot in Cairo.

Tanta Mawlid – by David Degner


Cairo-based freelance photographer David Degner recently photographed a story in the nile delta on Sufi religious moulids.