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"Generation Iraq": A Conversation With Journalists Shaped by the Iraq War | Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma

"Generation Iraq": A Conversation With Journalists Shaped by the Iraq War | Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
"Generation Iraq": A Conversation With Journalists Shaped by the Iraq War | Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma: http://t.co/tFRfmIa0ID
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Photographer shares ins, outs of iPhone camera apps - New Jersey Herald

Photographer shares ins, outs of iPhone camera apps - New Jersey Herald | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Photographer shares ins, outs of iPhone camera apps New Jersey Herald Photo by Lauren Scrudato/New Jersey Herald - Robert Yaskovic explains the functions of the photography app, Snapseed, to an audience of 12 students during his workshop at Andre's...

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Photojournalism: What’s Behind the Image?

Photojournalism: What’s Behind the Image? | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
The recent demonstrations in Judea and Samaria have been making headlines recently, but these headlines aren’t always the real news. (RT @MidEastTruth: Photojournalism: What’s Behind the Image?
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10 tips for better smartphone photos

10 tips for better smartphone photos | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
David Pasillas, a professional photographer, was in between DSLR's when he decided to get creative with his smartphone. Since then, he has shot gorgeous landscapes, vacation photos and wedding pict...

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How to Bust Up Your Writer's Block (Part 1)

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Being a writer without inspiration is a terrible feeling. Just staring at a blank Word document, watching the cursor blink, typing half a line and then deleting it, is the stuff of most writers' worst nightmares.

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Five tips from a radio journalist who reports solely from an iPhone and iPad

Five tips from a radio journalist who reports solely from an iPhone and iPad | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Handy hints in reporting from an iPhone and iPad from US radio reporter Neal Augenstein
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Daily Kos: Journalism is hard, so Washington Post 'reports' anti ...

Daily Kos: Journalism is hard, so Washington Post 'reports' anti ... | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
In this era of "some say" and "both sides do it" journalism, it's not exactly surprising to read an article in the Washington Post that tries so desperately to be "fair" that facts and reality are sacrificed for the apparently greater ...
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IDF soldier posts Instagram photo of Palestinian boy in crosshairs of sniper rifle

IDF soldier posts Instagram photo of Palestinian boy in crosshairs of sniper rifle | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Another soldier gets two weeks in military jail for posting his picture on Facebook next to bound and blindfolded detainees.
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We need a new era of digital journalism

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Frederic Filloux: Digital media needs to invent its own journalistic genres otherwise its stiff structure will continue to be overlooked (We need a new era of digital journalism http://t.co/VKY71qHQ...
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The Conflict in Mali

The Conflict in Mali | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Two weeks ago, the French military launched Operation Serval, intervening in a complicated, months-old conflict in northern Mali.

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Twitter pictures put in spotlight following London helicopter crash

Twitter pictures put in spotlight following London helicopter crash | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Issue of image copyright highlighted as major media outlets use photos taken by Twitter account holders and posted on site. By Lisa O'Carroll
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Indian journalism at ground zero

Indian journalism at ground zero | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Those opposing Justice Katju’s suggestion of minimum qualifications for journalists are out of touch with reality (Op-ed: Indian journalism at ground zero http://t.co/VJGJcmW7RD)...
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Confessions of a camera snob

Confessions of a camera snob | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Longtime camera users often scoff at the many  limitations of smartphones. Staff writer Amadou Diallo finds that approach may be missing the point.
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Masterclass 14: iPhone for Journalism | Multimedia Journalism

Masterclass 14: iPhone for Journalism | Multimedia Journalism | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
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Social media searching: Practical pointers for journalists

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"Claire Wardle, director of news services at Storyful, and Emma Meese, media and training development manager at Cardiff School of Journalism, shared their tips for how to make the most out of social media at the Cardiff Journalism Conference" on January 16, 2013.


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Women Shooting On The Front Lines

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Years before the Pentagon's official lifting of the ban on women in combat, Lynsey Addario saw the rapidly evolving role of female soldiers in Afghanistan.

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Tools for Reporters // How To Make An Awesome Infographic

Tools for Reporters // How To Make An Awesome Infographic | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

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Incredible india

All images in this video montage were shot by award winning iPhoneographer jack Hollingsworth with the game-changing iPhone 5. Full production support came from…
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Attacks on the Press in 2012: Mexico - Committee to Protect Journalists

Attacks on the Press in 2012: Mexico - Committee to Protect Journalists | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
As the military battled drug cartels--and the gangs clashed with one another--the press came under fire from criminals and corrupt officials seeking to control the flow of information.
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India, Instagram and a smartphone

India, Instagram and a smartphone | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
Smartphone is ideal tool for documentary photography while traveling internationally.
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Mobile Photography: An Interview With David Baer

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Austin J. Hunt — Contributor — @ BylineBeat (Bowling Green, Ohio) Photography has always been a part of people’s lives, whether as a way to capture images of friends, family and the natural...

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Five (Non-photographic) Tools Every Photojournalist Should Have ...

Five (Non-photographic) Tools Every Photojournalist Should Have ... | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
C.S. Muncy is a freelance photojournalist based out of New York City with a client list that includes The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsday, The New York Daily News and The Village Voice.
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