Keith Dunlop is a photojournalist specializing in documentary photography for development and aid organizations.
Does your organization have a cohesive visual identity? Is your mission being communicated effectively? Humanitarian photojournalist Keith Dunlop works closely with clients to help hone ...
Humanitarian photojournalist Keith Dunlop has worked in some of the most devastated regions of the world, including Haiti following the 2010 earthquake. Working in regions ...
Humanitarian photojournalist Keith Dunlop strives to build relationships that allow a photographer to better represent the mission of the client.
Posted on 01 June 2014.
I have a love-hate relationship with Leica. I love my Leica cameras — my M6 bodies, my M2 — the tools I turn to for all my personal work and for those times that the bulk and complexity of my DSLR’s sap all creativity from me. Although I’m perfectly happy with my M6′s, I get […]
Posted on 12 May 2014.
I received a call a couple of weeks ago from the National Head Start Association asking if I would be available to cover their national conference in Long Beach. I had such a great experience working on behalf of Head Start through Curators Without Borders last summer that I happily agreed. What I didn’t realize […]
Posted on 29 March 2014.
Humanitarian photographer Keith Dunlop celebrates 100 years of Leica photography with a series of posts highlighting the remarkable achievements of Oskar Barnack and the birth of 35mm photography. SAN LUIS OBISPO — One hundred years ago, Oskar Barnack (1879–1936) created the first Leica small format camera. While there are various anecdotes surrounding its creation, none […]
Posted on 12 March 2014.
Humanitarian photographer Keith Dunlop celebrates 100 years of Leica photography with a series of posts highlighting the remarkable achievements of Oskar Barnack and the birth of 35mm photography. SAN LUIS OBISPO — It’s fitting for me to begin my personal celebration of 100 years of Leica photography with my all-time favorite film camera, the Leica […]
Posted on 19 February 2014.
CANOGA PARK — I was struck by a bit of nostalgia recently when I learned of the closing of Canoga Camera in Canoga Park California. It was sad news to me — I grew up in Chatsworth just a few miles down the road and remember Canoga Camera fondly. It was there that I bought […]
Posted on 02 February 2014.
OROVILLE — California Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. declared a drought State of Emergency on Friday, January 17, 2014, setting in motion a number of state and local water shortage contingency plans. The current water year (Oct. 1 – Sep. 30) is the driest on record, the previous driest year being 1976/77. Statewide, rainfall totals […]
Posted on 22 January 2014.
Humanitarian photographer Keith Dunlop is proud to announce the Lost Opportunities exhibit in Washington, DC. LOST OPPORTUNITIES Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda January 27-31, 2014 In the spring of 2013, cuts to the Federal budget from the Budget Control Act of 2011 – sequestration – shuttered the window of opportunity for thousands of our most […]
Posted on 12 January 2014.
Humanitarian photographer Keith Dunlop discusses the status of Haiti on the fourth anniversary of the 2010 earthquake. Four years ago today, at 4:53 pm, a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck 16 miles west of Port-au-Prince in the Leogane region of Haiti. Although the precise death toll can ever be known, estimates put the total between […]
Added on 01 June 2014