Tagged: black and white

Living to appreciate sound

22-year-old Austin Johnston is aspiring to go back to school to study linguistics emphasizing in sign language. Why? Aside from growing up with numerous friends who are deaf or hard of hearing, he has a rare disease known as Meniere’s...

What is Photojournalism?

So what is photojournalism? Google says: “the art or practice of communicating news by photographs, especially in magazines.”            I say photojournalism is a way for you to share what you see with others nearby and, via the internet, around the...

Photojournalism Paper Viviana Macias

Viviana Macias Jour320 Photojournalism Photojournalism Journalism is telling stories with photographs. But on top of that, the stories must follow the rules of journalism. They must be true stories and the journalist must try to tell the story in the...

Photojournalism: Who, What and How?

The Golden Age of photojournalism supposedly passed long ago. Or did it? Many photographers’ work speaks for itself, and seems to disagree. Never before has photojournalism been more prevalent and available. With the technological advances in photography, and the internet...

WHAT IS PHOTOJOURNALISM

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines Photojournalism as the job or activity of using photographs to report news stories in newspapers and magazines. Freelance photographer Antonin Kratochvil distinguished photojournalism from documentary photography in that the photos are taken in the instant they...

WELCOME TO THE NEW SITE

“I used to be an artist in Spain,” by Bruce Berman 2014 Welcome to the new improved doc shooters site. This is where you will post your Weekly Photos and each of your documentary projects. The site is graphically improved...

The Truth About Photojournalism

Photojournalism, according to the Merriam-Webster, is “journalism in which written copy is subordinate to pictorial usually photographic presentation of news stories or in which a highly proportion of pictorial presentation is used.” Photojournalism distinguishes itself from other forms of reportage...