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New Exhibit Reveals an Unexpected Side of Jacob A. Riis
Well known photographs are presented alongside hand written journals and correspondence
New York Times Photographer Josh Haner Built Himself A Photo Streaming Backpack
Why should video journalists be able to broadcast their files on the fly while photographers can't?
Journalism Schools Start to Offer Drone Photography Classes
With flying cameras able to offer views on a scene previously only achievable by helicopter, more and more journalism institutions are embracing drone photography
American Photo Student Photography Spotlight: Submit Now
Breaking into the photography world can be a tricky thing. It takes years of work, learning, shooting, discovering exactly what...
Photographing Another Side of Assange, and the Things He Touched
Over the past month, it would have been very difficult to open a newspaper without finding Julian Assange, the founder...