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iPhoneography: Is it Photography?

iPhoneography: Is it Photography? | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
With Apple selling about 55 million iPhones just in the US last year there's no doubt that billions of photos have been taken on the multi-purpose device. But does iPhoneography count as real photography? Here we answer this controversial question with insights from our photography community members on Facebook as well as our experts. Find out which popular opinion prevails and share your take!

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Interview With iPhoneography Expert Dan Marcolina

Interview With iPhoneography Expert Dan Marcolina | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
I'm really excited to share this interview with iPhoneography expert Dan Marcolina. Dan is a passionate iPhoneographer and the author of iPhone

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Snappgrip makes one-handed iPhone photography a snap - tuaw.com

Snappgrip makes one-handed iPhone photography a snap - tuaw.com | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Snappgrip makes one-handed iPhone photography a snap
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Taking iPhone photos or videos and trying to zoom, focus, and snap the shutter with just one hand has been pretty much impossible until now.

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A Wordly Mistake: Top 20 Grammar Mistakes in Journalism (Infographic)

A Wordly Mistake: Top 20 Grammar Mistakes in Journalism (Infographic) | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Are you a journalist? Then this infographic might be of interest to you. Discover the top 20 grammar and writing mistakes in journalism. Why is good grammar so important for magazines and newspapers? What do studies say? That and much more you’ll find out. Have a look!

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A journalist and his typewriter

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Eighty-six-year-old Gordon Martin is a resolutely analogue journalist in a digital age.
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Pulitzer Prize-Winning AP Freelancer Fired Over Photoshopped Syrian Conflict Photo

Pulitzer Prize-Winning AP Freelancer Fired Over Photoshopped Syrian Conflict Photo | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
When it comes to major Photoshop alterations, serious news organizations have a zero-tolerance policy, as AP freelance photographer Narciso Contreras recen
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iPhoneography 2013 - Chilliwack Progress

iPhoneography 2013 - Chilliwack Progress | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
iPhoneography 2013 is made up of images taken and processed entirely with an Apple iPhone. New images are added weekly.
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Best iPad Apps for Mobile Journalists

Best iPad Apps for Mobile Journalists | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Here are five essential apps you’ll need to transform the iPad into a newsroom workhorse. The apps are divided into five categories: - writing - photo editing - video editing - audio recording - international police scanners
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Educating Journalists: A New Plea for the University Tradition


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Meet New York's crime photographer

Meet New York's crime photographer | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
News photographer Marc Hermann combines old black and white archive pictures of crime scenes on New York streets, with how the scenes look today.
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10 lessons from 10 journalism hackdays

10 lessons from 10 journalism hackdays | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Over the past 10 months, my job at the Global Editors Network gave me the opportunity to be touring the most renowned newsrooms all over the world to organize journalism hackdays where teams of journalists, designers and developers competed in the development of innovative journalism tools, content and apps.
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‘A Good Blogger Must Already Have the Intrinsic Qualities of All Good Journalists’

‘A Good Blogger Must Already Have the Intrinsic Qualities of All Good Journalists’ | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
“ Digital journalism is booming in Africa thanks to the efforts of people like Cameroonian blogger and multimedia journalist Dorothée Danedjo Fouba, whose online alias is DorothyDaf.”
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Interview With Andy Butler From Mobiography

Interview With Andy Butler From Mobiography | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
“ Today I’m really happy to publish the interview I did with Andy Butler, a passionate iPhone photographer and the founder of Mobiography website and digital magazine for iOS devices.”
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6 Tips For Better Street Photography With Your iPhone [Interview] | Cult of Mac

6 Tips For Better Street Photography With Your iPhone [Interview] | Cult of Mac | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Like many of us, Travis Jensen spends his lunch hour taking iPhone pics. Unlike most of us, however, his moody urban landscapes and punchy black-and-white

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Safer Mobile for Journalists

Safer Mobile for Journalists | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

Safer Mobile helps journalists and human rights activists use mobile technology more securely.


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Best Places to Find Free Images Online - dustn.tv

Best Places to Find Free Images Online - dustn.tv | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
If you are frequently sharing images online it’s essential to have a list of go-to websites where you can quickly and effectively find free images. Here's my 16 best!
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News Shooter | iPhone Journalism & News gathering: Epic opportunity or catastrophic compromise?

News Shooter | iPhone Journalism & News gathering: Epic opportunity or catastrophic compromise? | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
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U.K. newspapers decide photographers aren’t necessary | Poynter.

In the real sense of the word, newspaper photographers are therefore redundant.
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#Abbotsford #Homeless camp December 2013 #iPod #camera+ #snapseed #tinyshutter
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Photojournalism SnapPak - hipstography, Hipstamatic, Ben Lowy

Photojournalism SnapPak - hipstography, Hipstamatic, Ben Lowy | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Incredible!!! We all thought it was a rumour, but here it is! A pak made in collaboration with Ben Lowy! Benjamin Lowy is an American photographer, born...
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"Citizen Journalism 101" iPhone App for Mobile Reporters

"Citizen Journalism 101" iPhone App for Mobile Reporters | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
The new "Get It Right" iPhone app tries to explain citizen journalism to novices, while mitigating the often-mentioned concerns on the reliability of the reporting activity. The free app offers a mini-course in field journalism, and it was expressely conceived with non-technical people in mind. Topics range from the equipment you need on-the-go, to how to verify your sources and break a news the right way. The Global Media Forum developers who created the app say that an Adroid version is also in the works, and translations into Russian, Arabic and French are planned. Download the App: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/get-it-right/id493548833?mt=8 
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Iconic 'Afghan girl' image was almost cut, photographer reveals - TODAY.com

Iconic 'Afghan girl' image was almost cut, photographer reveals - TODAY.com | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Photographer Steve McCurry has spent more than three decades behind the camera, capturing powerful images of human triumph and tragedy....
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iPhone Photography For Travel

iPhone Photography For Travel | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Who needs to pack a bulky camera in their carry-on?

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20 tools and apps for digital journalists | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

20 tools and apps for digital journalists | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
“ A collection of some of the best storytelling, search and productivity tools and apps for journalists”
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7 apps that every iPhone photographer should use

7 apps that every iPhone photographer should use | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
“ There are thousands upon thousands of photo apps on the App Store. While some of them are truly amazing, others are average at most. With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to know which apps are worth your time and money.”
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