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Features updates on social media in photojournalism, shooting video on smart phones, and the use of drones to cover the news. A revised and expanded business chapter goes the next step and outlines how to make a living in photojournalism.
Contact sheets from sixty- nine photographers show zoom-in details, press cards, and notebooks that reveal the creative methods, strategies, and editing processes behind some of the world's most iconic images.
Picture Post magazine was made famous by its pioneering photojournalism. Exploring the struggle to be fashionable during the war, it is a living history of how women's clothing choices reflect changing perceptions of gender, body, and class during an era of unprecedented social change.
Browse vintage issues of LIFE magazine to gain a knowledge of events in the 20th Century. Witness the beginnings of a new kind of news-reporting called photo-journalism where the camera was used to impart a visual message.
Honors the photographers who were willing to put their privilege on the line to document the discrimination of others and, by doing so, helped to galvanize public support for the civil rights movement.
Illustrates the challenges photojournalists face. Jacob Ehrbahn spent five years traveling the roads of exile. From 2015 to 2020, the photographer followed migrants who came to Europe in search of the European dream. A combination of hope, misery and disillusion, the book is a powerful photographic and written account of that search.
Covers the process and danger of being a conflict photojournalist, the ethics of photographing combatants and victims, and the layered decisions made before distributing such photographs -- providing a diverse array of viewpoints by many seasoned professionals in visual journalism.
A site for women photojournalists from across the world with over 500 names. A Resources section lists photography contest/award/grant deadlines, workshops, festivals, photography organizations and more. Read the article and connect to the site from this article featured in "The Guardian".
The National Press Photographers Association's (NPPA) The Best of Photojournalism contest attracts professionals in the categories of: still photography | video | online visual journalism | and editing. Also--print issues | Library | Fourth Floor | 779.0973 B561
Founded by Time Inc. in 1936, LIFE magazine is a visual chronicle of the "American Century". The magazine's 90 staff photographers--including Margaret Bourke-White, Alfred Eisenstaedt and Gordon Parks - documented the events, stories, and people that shaped the modern era.
“An interactive project committed to presenting multiple points of view and encouraging a wider discourse, the Truth In Photography project features diverse and eclectic contributions of curators, photographers, critics, and historians, as well as vernacular photography, photojournalism, and fine art - updated quarterly - in three themed sections.” -- LA Weekly
In the late-19th century, with the American Civil War in full swing, millions of Americans relied on the written word, illustrations and engravings for news about the conflict; until the groundbreaking work of New York photographer Mathew Brady, brought the harsh realities of war home for the very first time.