Beating down the misconceptions about sports photography, we explore a photo from Amanda J. Cain that captures a soccer player in action and inspires us.
The Boston Marathon bombings teach us that we are quick to jump to conclusions when we shouldn’t.
Passion is absolutely necessary for any photographer to excel at his craft. We explore the passions of famous photographers and discuss why you should shoot your passions as well.
Photographer Dominic Mercier dons his editing cap to select the photo that helps to tell the story he wants to tell. Featuring his photo, “LaRouche Supporter”, we will discuss the importance of editing and careful selection.
As I’ve discussed many times, inspiration can come from all directions. Of course normally every…
Over the past several months, we’ve been checking out a lesser photography and photojournalism community known as JPG, and now we’re ready to tell you all about it. The site has a number of unique features that are worth checking out. Read on to follow us along in our tour of the site and to hear our thoughts. It may just be the next big thing.
National Geographic – the widely acclaimed organization and journal – is the definitive source of photography inspiration. But even if you’re not subscribed to their iconic magazine, you can get your daily dose of National Geographic inspiration through their Photo of the Day corner of their website. Read on to learn more about the National Geographic Photo Of The Day. Prepare to be inspired.
Arthur “Weegee” Fellig, a photojournalist and street photographer, was known for his consistently clean and timely photos. When asked about his secret, he responded “f/8 and be there,” a philosophy that is now the mantra of thousands. We explore Weegee’s philosophy and help you to learn from it.
Ten years after the horrible attacks on September 11th – a day known to most as 9/11 – we can appreciate the importance and necessity of Photojournalism. Using 9/11 as a background for discussion, we explore the purpose of the photojournalist’s role and recognize their place in the media.