Category: Women in Photography

Angelica Choneska

Angelica Choneska is a 19 year old student at New Mexico State University. She was sitting on a bench watching the DACA rally as she waited for her friends to join her to go to class. She is currently studying...

Margaret Bourke-White

Margaret Bourke-White

By Dion Ronquillo The reason I chose Margaret Bourke-White was the picture of Ghandi sitting near a spindle caught my attention. When I furthered my research on Margaret Bourke-White, I found that she used photography to fund her schooling, and...

LET US START FROM THE TOP

Jaqui Torres works as a student-teacher for an elementary school in Chamberino NM and is a senior in the education program at NMSU. Her passion for education does not go unnoticed when you hear her speak about anything education related....

What is Photojournalism

Photojournalism as defined by dictionary.com is, “news photography, whether or not for primarily pictorial media, publications, or stories.” Another source, photography.lovetoknow.com states,” To put it simply, photojournalism is a type of journalism that combines photographs with news stories.” What defines...

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...

JOHN H. WHITE: WHAT IS PHOTOJOURNALISM?

I believe photojournalism is a form of communication that requires highly engaged interactions toward a subject or event in which still imagery is used as a primary storytelling mechanism to impact an observer instantaneously. Photojournalism distinguishes itself from other forms...

WHAT IS PHOTOJOURNALISM

“Photojournalism is a unique and powerful form of visual storytelling originally created for print magazines and newspapers but has now morphed into multimedia and even documentary filmmaking,” (Kashi, 2011). A simpler version found on Wikipedia defines photojournalism as the practice...

Stars

There was a meteor shower this week so I decided maybe I could get some cool pictures of it. So I set out around 1-am full of hope. After several pictures I realized that I wasn’t really seeing any shooting...

Guest Lecturer Picture

Our guest lecturer, Robin Zelinski, gave us the assignment of  ‘A slice of life’.  So I went down to the Farmer’s Market and found the Bakehouse. They make fresth artisan bread and bagels and delicious sandwiches. Here, Abby grills bacon for...

New Mexico Piñon

Piñon is a very prevalent part of the culture in New Mexico. In peak seasons, you can often see men, women and children picking these nuts off trees, and the ground surrounding these trees, that line streets and highways. Many...

NMSU Equestrian Team Wins Against SMU

The NMSU Equestrian Team competed against Southern Methodist University on Oct. 3. The Western Horsemanship and Reining events and the Hunter Seat events Equitation on the Flats and Equitation on the Fences took place here at the New Mexico State Equestrian Center. A...