Tag Archives: Photojournalism

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.

Just Submit: The Agony of Photo Contests – by BP Miller

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BP Miller reflects on the yearly headache for photographers deciding what photos, if any, to submit to annual photo contests.

Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar – by Kevin Liles

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If you want to learn from some of the best in the photojournalism industry, make a trip to the Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar, the longest running photojournalism conference in the country (now in its 44th year!)

Women in Photojournalism – Panel Discussion

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Panel moderated by SheKnows Media photo director and photojournalist, Tiffany Hagler-Geard. These award winning women, Nancy Borowick, Brigitte Stelzer, Jennifer Altman and Katie Orlinsky all joined the discussion on what it’s like to be a female photojournalist leading the way for future generations.

Photo Brigade Podcast #80 with Natalie Keyssar

Natalie Keyssar

On this episode I chat with Brooklyn-based freelance photojournalist Natalie Keyssar about her her work in Venezuela and Ferguson documenting political unrest.

Trial By Fire – A photographers first protest coverage – by Jim Vondruska

Ferguson

Chicago-based photographer Jim Vondruska shares his first experience covering a protest, in Ferguson.

The Missouri Photojournalism Workshop 66 in Platte City, MO – by Octavian Cantilli

Octavian Cantilli

Photographer Octavian Cantilli attended the 66th Missouri Photojournalism Workshop and shares his experience.

From Corps to Free to Guard to Force: One Photojournalist’s Journey and Perspective – by David J. Murphy

David J. Murphy

Photojournalist David J. Murphy, currently working with the U.S. Air Force 1st Combat Camera Squadron, shares his experience throughout the years working as a combat photographer in the the U.S. Marine Corps, then freelancing in NYC, and working as a photographer in the Air National Guard.

Ups and Downs of an International Student Photojournalist – by Thomas Soerenes

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International student Thomas Soerenes discusses the pluses and minuses of studying photojournalism in the United States rather than taking free education in his home country of Norway.

These Pictures Are Not For You – by Jordan Stead

Mudslide

Seattle-based photographer Jordan Stead talks about covering tragedies as a photojournalist as he reflects on the recent mudslide in Washington.