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A poster (1.5MB PDF) with a description of each category is available here. It also features a picture by Hannah Yoon, last year's Student Photojournalist of the Year.


Ferguson by David Butow

There are certain advantages and disadvantages to getting to a news event after the peak drama has happened. The disadvantage is, of course, you may not be able to make pictures that equal the immediate and explosive nature of a particular event. Accepting that, the advantage is you can reflect on what’s already been photographed and go for a different approach. You can try to make images with context and meaning that bring more depth to the existing coverage. Continue reading »




A Look Back – Chris Bolin 2011

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

In 2011, Calgary photographer Chris Bolin talked about freelancing in today’s market. (Video – Ryan Jackson)

 

 




A Look Back – Genevieve Alvarez 2011

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

In 2011, Genevieve Alvarez, then an associate news producer at The Seattle Times, talked about producing multimedia at a daily newspaper. Alvarez is currently a Microsoft content developer in Seattle. (Video – Ryan Jackson)

 

 




A Look Back – Scott Strazzante 2011

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

In 2011, Scott Strazzante (and here), then a staff photographer at the Chicago Tribune, talked about how photojournalists can stay fresh and enthused in their day-to-day assignments. Strazzante is currently a staff photographer at the San Francisco Chronicle. (Video – Ryan Jackson)

 

 




A Look Back – Rich Beckman 2008

An ongoing series of (unedited) videos from NPAC’s annual Photojournalism Conference.

In 2008, Rich Beckman, then the Director of Visual Communication at the University of North Carolina, spoke about developing a multimedia skill set. Today, Rich is a Visual Journalism professor at the University of Miami. (Video – Ryan Jackson)

 





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