Category Archives: Photojournalism

Sneaking into Calcio Storico – by Chris Palermo

Calcio Storico

Photographer Chris Palermo shares photos and a behind the scenes video of a wild and unique sporting event he photographed in Italy.

Tattooed Women of Myanmar – by Kathryn Cooper

Myanmar

NYC-based photographer Kathryn Cooper traveled to Myanmar and photographed the tattooed women of the Chin Tribe.

Ten Years as a Staff Photographer in Monterey, California – by Nic Coury

The burning roof of the first floor collapses as firefighters work to contain a massive blaze that consumed The Swinging Door building on Soledad Street in Salinas' Chinatown on Saturday, March 18, 2017.

Photographer Nic Coury reflects on the past 10 years working as a staff photographer in Monterey, CA.

Cuban Circus – by B.A. Van Sise

Cuabn Circus

Photographer B.A. Van Sise shot a feature on the Cuban National Circus, with whom he spent several weeks just before the country was opened up last year.

Evidencing Women’s Rights Globally | Stephanie Sinclair

Too Young To Wed

Photojournalist Stephanie Sinclair has made it her life’s mission to shine a light on gender issues and what life looks like through a girl’s lens, especially as a civilian caught in the middle of conflict.

Covering the Inauguration Day Protests in Washington D.C. – by C.S. Muncy

Inauguration Day Protests

Photographer C.S. Muncy covered the Inauguration Day protests in D.C. and gives some advice when covering these types of events.

Trump Hand Saga Bewilders Photographer

Obama - Trump

USA Today photographer Jack Gruber’s seemingly straightforward image of Presidents Trump and Obama have gone viral after a now-deleted tweet by a New York Observer writer claimed “100%” that Trump’s hand was enlarged. It wasn’t.

A Call for Action – Supporting Women in the Field of Sports Journalism – by Sarah Stier

Ohio Bobcats Jordan Reid (12) (Sarah Stier | Ohio Athletics)

Ohio University photojournalism student Sarah Stier asks how to react in situations where one’s ability to work as a photojournalist is questioned because of gender.

Let’s Go to D.C. – by Matt Starkey

inauguration

Ohio University photojournalism student Matt Starkey went to D.C. with classmates to document the inauguration and shares his photos.

My Inauguration Experience – by Lauren Bacho

Women's March on Washington

Ohio University photojournalism student Lauren Bacho drove to Washington D.C. to document the events surrounding the Inauguration.