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  Wedding Photojournalist Association® | WPJA® | Wedding Photojournalism Photos and Wedding Photographers ...
On the contrary, naysayers insist wedding photojournalism is merely a trendy, passing fad that disrespects the venerable traditions of the classic posed shot.
As defined by Encarta, Photojournalism is “journalism using mainly photographs: a form of journalism in which photographs play a more important role than the accompanying text”.
Wedding Photojournalism is characterized by its candid, creative and natural results spanning serious to humorous scenes.
www.wpja.com   (901 words)

  
 PhotoJournalism
Professional photojournalist Mark M. Hancock discusses photojournalism and the eccentricities associated with gathering images for daily newspapers.
He received bachelor of science degree in photojournalism from East Texas State University in 1995.
Hancock was born in Vina Del Mar, Chile in 1965 while his father served in the U.S. Navy.
markhancock.blogspot.com   (1283 words)

  
 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar photojournalism resources
Photojournalism e-zine published by Lee Marriner of Belmont, NH.
New photojournalism e-zine documenting communities of color that profiles a variety of different photographers' personal projects, photo essays, and work-in-progress.
Well-designed site from a group of photojournalists who have put together a web journal of thoughts, feelings and reactions to their work to share the events that make up their daily reporting.
www.photojournalism.org /searchh.html   (1492 words)

  
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The World Press Photo's exhibition of the best photojournalism of 2004 is now open at the U.N. headquarters in New York and will travel to 85 cities around the world in the coming year.
The intent was to keep popular understanding of photographs in line with that of the transparent objectivity of the text in news in general.
The problem with photojournalism ethics is that answers are not easily found when they are most needed.
www.lycos.com /info/photojournalism.html   (468 words)

  
 NPPA: Careers in Photojournalism
Education pays, in part, because employers believe educated workers learn tasks more easily and are better organized." Entry-level positions in photojournalism are likely to require a college degree although few employers require a degree in journalism or photojournalism.
High school courses in industrial photography, photojournalism, fine arts photography or commercial photography can also prove useful in helping a photographer to determine a career interest.
But like I always say, if you are planning to pursue a career in photojournalism, then you should make sure that journalism is in your blood and that you love it, because frankly, you are not going to get rich doing it....
www.nppa.org /professional_development/students/entering_the_job_market   (2417 words)

  
 Photojournalism Photo Gallery by Scott Robert Lim at pbase.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Although most of my clients prefer the photojournalism style, when it comes time to select album photos, 60-80% of the photos are portrait images.
That is why most couples look for the Photojournalism style because natural or candid Portraiture is rare or they may have never experienced quality portraiture taken of themselves.
Photojournalism is my primary method during your wedding day and here are some images with this style.
www.pbase.com /scottrlim/photojournalism   (499 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Digital Photojournalism: Books: Susan Zavoina,John Davidson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Digital Photojournalism is dedicated to instruction and theory of digital processes and tools for the study of photojournalism.
Co-authored by a photojournalism professor at the University of North Texas and an Assistant Managing Editor of Visuals for The Dallas Morning News, the book merges two worlds of photojournalism - the academic and the professional - and incorporates the information essential to both.
Photojournalism has always fascinated me, and I was really glad to find this book that provided a glimpse at what the genre is all about.
www.amazon.com /Digital-Photojournalism-Susan-Zavoina/dp/0205332404   (1083 words)

  
 Photojournalism for FYP
The photojournalism FYP is for those students who have taken the photojournalism course (CS334) and who feel that they may want to pursue photojournalism as a profession.
The finished project is to be a photojournalistic essay or documentary on a single specific theme or issue.
The photojournalism FYP is for groups of not more than two students, doing visual storytelling projects, and is marked on four main components:
www.ntu.edu.sg /sci/undergrad/html/student_photojournalism.html   (579 words)

  
 ALA | Internet Resources: Photojournalism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This nonprofit organization "promotes the highest standards of photojournalism through an annual educational conference and a photography contest judged by working photographers." The "Resources and Links" section is an annotated list of sites concerning photojournalism and photography.
The mission of the World Press Photo is "to promote a free and unrestricted exchange of information and to encourage high professional standards in photojournalism." This site is for both the student and the practicing professional and includes links to seminars, contests and awards, and galleries.
This site is especially helpful for the student of photojournalism and for the general public wanting to know more about the impact of photojournalism in America.
www.ala.org /ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2003/julyaugust7/photojournalism.htm   (1419 words)

  
 School of Journalism&Broadcasting -- Photojournalism
Develop a background for understanding the role of photojournalism in shaping and reflecting contemporary society.
Provide instruction in photographic theory, principles and practice for the student in any area of scholarly pursuit where such knowledge is needed to improve understanding and abilities.
Photojournalism is located in Mass Media and Technology Hall and may be reached at (270) 745-4144, or by fax at (270) 745-5835.
www.wku.edu /Journalism/Photo   (767 words)

  
 Internet Public Library: Pathfinders
This basic text on photojournalism is dated but still a very good on the creative process.
Your best bet is in the library of a university which offers a master's in photojournalism or has a strong journalism department (see the entry under online sources).
The World Wide Web is full of information on photojournalism, but of course a lot of it is commercial, by subscription only, marketing material, or amateur or student work.
www.ipl.org /div/pf/entry/48517   (930 words)

  
 Fotophile.com | for photographers worldwide
Romford, Essex, U.K. Camp, Al photojournalism and fine art photographs, mainly in fl and white, of rodeos, cowboys and rural life in Okanogan County and region
Frontier Photojournalism a company dedicated to developing and promoting photography and journalism; also contains a free online photojournalism study guide to assist people interested in the profession
Hughes, Crispin photojournalism with an emphasis on East and Central Africa; Impact Visuals
www.fotophile.com /links/photojournalism.htm   (2400 words)

  
 Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar
The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar November 30-December 1, 2007.
Sign up here to receive Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar updates.
The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar is a not-for-profit educational entity.
www.photojournalism.org   (720 words)

  
 CBC.ca Arts - Two become one for new national photojournalism competition
Two become one for new national photojournalism competition
A new competition designed to celebrate Canada's best photojournalism was unveiled Friday.
The inaugural Pictures of the Year competition, sponsored by the News Photographers Association of Canada, will recognize the best images captured by professional and student photojournalists during 2006.
www.cbc.ca /arts/story/2006/12/01/photojournalism-contest.html   (1307 words)

  
 Department of Photojournalism
Photojournalism majors can prepare themselves to become part of that visual communication field.
The photojournalism sequence provides students with theoretical and practical training in photojournalism, picture editing and page design.
Photojournalism students are encouraged to supplement their photography, picture editing and page design skills by taking courses in graphics, reporting and writing.
www.pittstate.edu /comm/pages/photoj.html   (195 words)

  
 Contemporary wedding photojournalism style - Photography by Joseph Kohn
Photojournalism is an approach based on documentation: telling a story of the wedding day using photographs.
This contemporary approach found its way into weddings on a larger scale from news photography after compact cameras and fine quality films were introduced in the early 1970's.
The concept of capturing the flow of events, rather then recreating it, wasn't new to photographers, however 35mm fast film quality and equipment limitations prevented photojournalism become a predominant style for wedding photographers until the early 1990's.
www.iqphoto.com /pj.htm   (235 words)

  
 Photojournalism
Today, photojournalism is different from what it once was.
There is photojournalism and there are photo documentaries: Identical mediums, but conveying very different messages.
In photojournalism, identity is everything: Faces must be distinguishable so viewers are able to relate to the subject.
www.angelfire.com /pr/photoplay/Photojour.html   (2517 words)

  
 UT School of Journalism: Photojournalism Program   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The fast-news darkroom is available to students with written permission from a photojournalism faculty member.
The photojournalism labs are available only to those students enrolled in photojournalism classes.
Prerequisite: Journalism 310, 315 and 320D with a grade of at least C in each; a score of at least 45 on the College of Communication Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Test; and a score of at least 29 on the School of Journalism Word Processing Test; and consent of instructor.
journalism.utexas.edu /areas/photojournalism.html   (1452 words)

  
 Photojournalism Links
The National Press Photographers Association is dedicated to the advancement of photojournalism, its creation, editing and distribution, in all news media.
The Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar was founded in 1973 by a group of photojournalists representing newspapers, magazines and wire services.
The Northern Short Course in Photojournalism was founded in 1981, by the Directors of Regions 1, 2 and 3 as a joint educational program of those three regions.
www.wpja.org /links/index.shtml   (991 words)

  
 MCOM 310 Photojournalism
Course Description: To gain experience in advance photography in a photojournalism environment.
Students will study all areas of photojournalism including master photographers, photojournalist and ethics of photojournalism.
Expectation of Students: Students will be expected to share their understand of both the technical skills and aesthetic appreciation of photojournalism through class and lab participation, exams, presentations and critique discussions.
www.briarcliff.edu /faculty/crowley/courses/mcom_310.htm   (1590 words)

  
 College of Communication
We are committed to educating well-rounded journalists with a full range of skills, so all students are required to take classes in news writing and fundamentals of journalism as well as a strong foundation of liberal arts courses.
The photojournalism faculty consists of photographers and editors with many years of real world experience in the profession.
Guest speakers and workshop leaders from a variety of news organizations introduce the latest skills and technology, and give students the opportunity to have their work critiqued by top professionals in the field.
www.bu.edu /com/jo/photo.html   (344 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Photojournalism: The Professionals' Approach, Fourth Edition: Books: Kenneth Kobre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Photojournalism blends insightful interviews with professionals, sharp practical experience, and high-impact photographs to create the definitive text on photojournalism.
This revised and reorganized edition features an updated imaging chapter and new material on finding feature pictures, picture editing, ethics, law and wartime censorship, more interviews with professional and a new design to help recreate the impact the photos had in their original context.
Photojournalism includes new interviews with well known photojournalists, such as, Anne Wells story of a Pulitzer Prize Photo, John Gaps III of the Associated Press, David Kennerly of Newsweek, Diana Walker and PF Bently of Time.
www.amazon.com /Photojournalism-Professionals-Approach-Kenneth-Kobre/dp/0240804155   (1648 words)

  
 Photoblogs.org - Bookmarks
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www.photoblogs.org /bookmarks/photojournalism   (2136 words)

  
 Notes from a Teacher: Mark on Media » Photojournalism
Much of the citizen photojournalism that makes it to the web is like the standard photojournalism in that it is shot by “bystanders” who stumble onto news.
Her work qualifies easily as photojournalism in that she is using the power of her images to tell us important stories.
Too many photographers aren’t shooting the event, they are shooting to an ideal in their head about what “good” photojournalism is. Instead of being immersed in the moment and attuned to what’s happening, they are looking for the image they already know.
www.tamark.ca /students/index.php?cat=3   (10467 words)

  
 PHOTOJOURNALISM - International Center Of Photography
The Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Program provides professional training for advanced photographers in the field of photojournalism.
The core of this program is the Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Seminar, where students meet weekly with the program chairperson for critiques and to discuss critical issues pertaining to the practice.
Through the seminar, students are assisted in establishing a strong point of view that will nurture, strengthen, and enrich their individual projects.
www.icp.org /site/c.dnJGKJNsFqG/b.850309/k.A31F/PHOTOJOURNALISM.htm   (241 words)

  
 Open Directory - News: Media: Journalism: Photojournalism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Photojournalism - A collection of links to photojournalism resources; photojournalists' web sites and galleries; publications; and features from Fotophile.com.
Photojournalism From The Soul - Photo essay by Nancy L. Ford that looks into the heart and soul of photojournalists.
PICS - Photojournalism in Cyberspace - Describing the international collaborative photographic project of photojournalism students and faculty.
dmoz.org /News/Media/Journalism/Photojournalism   (339 words)

  
 MA Photojournalism
Combining world-class facilities with teaching by a team of practising professionals from the industry, the MA is ideal for anyone who wishes to gain the technical skills, informed flexibility and critical knowledge to work in a rapidly changing industry whether in the field of photojournalism, book, web or magazine publishing, or in publication design.
These should make you highly employable in the publication industry whatever the area you choose as you speciality be it photojournalism, publishing of illustrated books and magazines or Web-based publications.
He is widely exhibited and his work ranges from documentary photojournalism to advertising, including video films.
www.wmin.ac.uk /mad/page-397   (847 words)

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