Photography of Jessie Tarbox Beals

ROBIN KELSEY: So it’s interesting with photography the extent to which some of the great photographers, particularly the great women photographers of the Victorian era, began just with taking the sort of photographs that someone would take of family members, and friends, and so forth. And it’s through that, becoming interested in more ambitious photography.…

Ilvy Njiokiktjien at Visa pour l’Image

It’s important to explain to Editors what the importance of the story is, so also the current importance. Try to find a news angle or some angle that your story fits into. I think you have to sometimes try to think as an Editor, so try in a way to to think; okay, these Editors…

Ivor Prickett at Visa pour l’Image

The the most important thing when you’re starting out and you’re a young photographer is to take time to work on your own personal projects and come up with really interesting, quirky stories that no one else is doing, rather than going and covering a big news event like this, this is something I did…

Research Expanded | Dr. Jennifer Good

I think the job of research is to stop and think and unpack those opinions and ideas and effects that images have every day without us even noticing. I’m Jennifer Good. I’m a Senior Lecturer in the History and Theory of Photojournalism and Documentary Photography here in the Photography Programme at London College of Communication.…

Conservation photography | Wikipedia audio article

Conservation photography is the active use of the photographic process and its products, within the parameters of photojournalism, to advocate for conservation outcomes. Conservation photography combines nature photography with the proactive, issue-oriented approach of documentary photography as an agent for protecting nature and improving the biosphere and natural environment. Conservation Photography furthers environmental conservation, wildlife…

The Advantages of Using a Single Lens — Documentary Photographer Daniel Milnor

hello everyone a funny thing happened on the way home from Albania which gave me reason to make this film it’s something I’ve been thinking about for quite a while historically when I did documentary projects always carried two bodies and two lenses most of the time in my career that mental like a rangefinder…

How to Become a News Photographer

How to Become a News Photographer. Learn the steps you need to take to become a news photographer and tell a story using pictures. You will need Training A portfolio Experience Business skills and equipment. Step 1. Develop a working knowledge of news photography through self-education or photojournalism classes. Step 2. Create a portfolio. If…

Stanley Forman On His Pulitzer Winning Antibusing Protest Photograph

(film projector clicks) – I’ve always been a chaser. I always love the roar of the sirens, the smell of the smoke. I don’t know I can describe what’s a good picture, but I can feel what’s a good picture. I’m a news photographer. I have instincts. I sort of anticipate what’s gonna happen. It’s…

Bayryam Bayryamali | BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography

My name is Bayryam Bayryamali and I’m a third year BA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography student. The project that I’m showing in this degree show is related to the history of Bulgaria and back in the communist regime and it is related to my family history and the history of the Bulgarian Turkish community. I…

Photojournalism with Ami Vitale: The reDefine Show with Tamara Lackey

Hi I’m Tamara Lackey, in this episode of redefine show for AdoramaTV, I sit down with Amy Vitale at PBE in New York City National Geographic magazine photographer, photojournalist, fellow Nikon ambassador, we talk about her extraordinary career in general and her defining work with pandas specifically, so adorable, check it out. Hi Ami. Hi.…