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#Tip of the day for journalists: Save this list of research databases

#Tip of the day for journalists: Save this list of research databases | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
US site for journalists Poynter has compiled a list of research sites you can use when working on an in-depth story.
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Welcome to Kabul: Panoramic postcards from the war-torn city circled by mountains (and some of them make you want to visit)

Welcome to Kabul: Panoramic postcards from the war-torn city circled by mountains (and some of them make you want to visit) | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
As these spectacular pictures taken with an iPhone show, the world's fifth fastest growing city, which stands wedged between the Hindu Kush mountains and the Kabul River, is as stunning as ever.
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NY Post photog: ‘Every time I close my eyes, I see the image of death’ | Poynter.

NY Post photog: ‘Every time I close my eyes, I see the image of death’ | Poynter. | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Standing for journalism, strengthening democracy | Journalism training, media news & how to's...
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The Top 50 Undergraduate Journalism Schools? - 10,000 Words

The Top 50 Undergraduate Journalism Schools? - 10,000 Words | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

If you’re looking to major in journalism or know someone in the hunt for the right college now, this is a solid list to start from of accredited institutions with solid programs beyond the few that people typically toss out as “the best.”


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Digital age won't be death of journalists: study - Sydney Morning Herald

Digital age won't be death of journalists: study - Sydney Morning Herald | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Sydney Morning HeraldDigital age won't be death of journalists: studySydney Morning HeraldBloggers, "crowdsourcing" and computer-generated articles are making contributions to the news media, but they cannot replace professional journalists in...
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When Things Go Wrong with the News

You thought your local news was bad? Just wait for this to come to a newsroom near you.

 

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Is Photography Dead? The Mobile Photo Explosion | Visual.ly

Is Photography Dead? The Mobile Photo Explosion | Visual.ly | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Before mobile photo apps, photography was in quite a decline. The mobile photo app has revolutionized photography as we know it. (Is Photography Dead?

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UK National Newspaper Showcases Mobile Photography

UK National Newspaper Showcases Mobile Photography | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Smartphone snaps are moving off Facebook and into the exhibition hall. Certainly, mobile photographers are much more prolific than average amateur “big camera” enthusiasts.

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How to improve your mobile phone photography

How to improve your mobile phone photography | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Our staff photographer shot the entire London 2012 Olympic Games on his iPhone this year.

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Phoneographers Talk: Where has it been lately?

Phoneographers Talk: Where has it been lately? | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Dear Phoneography Friends, As you’ve noticed, no PhoneographersTalk sow has come out lately and that’s for a good reason. Let me explain. Jack and I had this great idea to inform new and intermediate- level Phoneographers about mobile photography.

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Professional photographers embrace ‘smartphonography’

Professional photographers embrace ‘smartphonography’ | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Professional photographers are finding smartphones and mobile editing is
the perfect medium to capture the glamour, excitement and fun of
sporting events.
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Time Magazine Hires Photojournalists to Instagram Sandy

Time Magazine Hires Photojournalists to Instagram Sandy | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

“Time, however, took a different -- and in my opinion better -- approach, hiring five well-known photographers to man their Instagram account.

 

“The resulting coverage is pretty fascinating to go through right now, but it was even more fascinating to watch it unfold live, which is the point of using something like Instagram.”

 

(Published Oct. 30, 2012.)

 


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In defense of telephoto lenses for street photography

In defense of telephoto lenses for street photography | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Notes: For the sake of convenience and comprehension, focal lengths will be stated as their equivalents on a 35mm camera. i.e. A 20mm lens on my Lumix G3 gives the same angle of view as a 40mm lens...

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Are Newspaper People Really Still Wondering If Journalism Can Exist Without Newsprint?

Are Newspaper People Really Still Wondering If Journalism Can Exist Without Newsprint? | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Decades of often awkward interaction with America's "print media" professionals has proven (to me) that writers who talk about their medium are bores, and also

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Rodrigo Mesquita's curator insight, December 18, 2012 7:09 PM

@rmesquita: não existem dois mundos, o analógico e o digital, o físico e virtual. os 2 são 1 ecossistema, pronto p/o jornalismo

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Photographer Daniel Berehulak Uses 645 PRO To Capture Stunning Shots of Kabul

Photographer Daniel Berehulak Uses 645 PRO To Capture Stunning Shots of Kabul | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
The Daily Mail newspaper in the UK, has just published a great story entitled ‘Welcome to Kabul: Panoramic Postcards From The War-Torn City Circled By Mountains (and some of them...
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How do you pack your bag for a seven-year, 22,000-mile international reporting assignment?

How do you pack your bag for a seven-year, 22,000-mile international reporting assignment? | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Pulitzer winning foreign correspondent Paul Salopek is preparing to walk from Africa to South America and document the whole journey.
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Mobile Food Photography: Know Your Apps

Mobile Food Photography: Know Your Apps | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Know your photography apps and everything you can do with them.

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The Unseen Wounds of War

The psychological impact of war on those who serve.

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Citizen journalism across the 49th parallel: How The Globe and Mail used expats to cover the U.S. election

Citizen journalism across the 49th parallel: How The Globe and Mail used expats to cover the U.S. election | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
The newspaper wanted to show the American election through Canadian eyes. Here's what they learned along the way.
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The rise of mobile phone photography - The Guardian

The rise of mobile phone photography - The Guardian | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
The GuardianThe rise of mobile phone photographyThe GuardianWhen people say this about mobile photography, or iphoneography as it's also called, they're usually talking about snapping those unexpected moments: a man in a banana suit on his way to...

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Getting Started with iPhoneography

Getting Started with iPhoneography | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Get going with iPhone photography, make room for your need to express yourself creatively and explore the field of iPhone art and photography.

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Digital training for J-students is lacking in comparison with digital training for working professionals

Survey shows that working professionals have strong demand for digital journalism training and increasingly turn to training organizations for help. Journalism schools, on the other hand, face obstacles to offer similar trainings to better prepare their students for a digital career.


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Boston Globe's Instagram wall feeds its journalism

Boston Globe's Instagram wall feeds its journalism | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

“The Boston Globe has a wall displaying every Instagram picture posted in the local area and is using it as a source for stories – such as to discover the sharing of photos by some people in Boston of their daytime drinking during a day off post-Hurricane Sandy.”

 

(Published Nov. 13, 2012.)

 

 


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Dasom Ssomy Kim's comment, May 8, 2013 5:54 AM
The Boston Globe has a wall showing every Instagram picture posted locally and is using it as a source of stories
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MyHistro: build timelines around a theme or story | Multimedia Journalism

MyHistro: build timelines around a theme or story | Multimedia Journalism | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

MyHistro lets you build timelines around a theme or story, using text, stills and video

Each event you add can be geolocated on a Google map, and stories can be embedded on a website or blog
Viewers click to play the timeline, so it's great for sequential storytelling.


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CNN’s head of social news: Twitter forces journos to report better

CNN’s head of social news: Twitter forces journos to report better | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

“Services like Twitter remind us that reporting just the facts of an event isn’t enough. We all hear about what’s happening from everywhere. What journalists and thinkers and experts in subjects that matter should do is add deep context and understanding to events. When we are all inundated with unending streams of information, what matters most is context ...”

 

(Published Nov. 2, 2012.)

 


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