Category: Urban Destruction

CAPTURING HUMAN DIGNITY

Photojournalism can be traced back to 1853, says Rachael Towne, when Carol Szathmari documented the Crimean War. Photojournalism changed with, “the advent of the 35mm Leica camera in 1925, as well as the invention of the first commercial flash bulbs...

The Dirty Job No One Wants

A normal day at the South Central Solid Waste Authority in Las Cruces, NM, is full of constant traffic and lots of trash. On average, each day, they will haul 25 to 30 loads, each weighing 20-tons, to the landfill....

WHAT IS PHOTOJOURNALISM

  Photojournalism is a type journalism medium. It consists of newsworthy stories that are portrayed through photos. However, according to the Nieman Reports the difference between photojournalism and other forms of reportage photography is that photojournalism is “world events, stock...