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pLOG er en forkortelse for en "photo LOG", hvilket er en samling af foto blogs, der fortæller historier fra nutiden og fra fortiden ved hjælp af billeder - vel en slags fotodagbog.

En af de meste kendte pLOG's er fra denverpost.com, hvor der vises billeder i følgende blogs:

  • Captured - Den originale Denver Post Photo Blog. Fotojournalisme fra verdens brændpunkter
  • In War - Barske foto fra krige og konflikter på hele kloden
  • News - Foto fra aktuelle nyhedshistorier fra rundt omkring på kloden 
  • In Focus - En ugentlig foto historie, der handler om aktuelle temaer lige nu
  • The Game - Glæden ved at vinde og ærgelsen over at tabe - masser af sportsfoto
  • One Colorado Photo a Day - Siger sig selv. Et foto om dagen fra livet i Colorado
  • From the Archive - Fotosamlinger fra arkiverne hos Denver Post og andre store fotoarkiver

Jeg kan anbefale at læse/betragte billederne i Captured og In Focus. I denne uge er der en interessant fotohistorie fra hedebølgen i Rusland og de tragiske konsekvenserne de mange ildebrande har for mange mennesker. Nogle foto er dækket med et sort lag og man skal svare aktivt "ja" til at se fotoet, da der vises barske sager - ofte med blod og lemlestelse.

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