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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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Bryan Denton on photographing hostile conflict zones

Bryan Denton on photographing hostile conflict zones | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
“I’m not as interested in conflict as I’m interested in change, ” states Bryan Denton when asked what it is he finds interesting to shoot in the Middle East.
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Kevin Russ, Traveling And Paying The Bills With iPhoneography

Kevin Russ, Traveling And Paying The Bills With iPhoneography | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
A couple years ago I discovered Kevin Russ on Flickr. I love his portrait work and his use of natural light. I hadn’t seen much from him on Flickr in a while and just the other day I found ou... (New fan of Kevin Russ.

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The benefits, drawbacks of using camera phones as a photojournalist | Poynter.

The benefits, drawbacks of using camera phones as a photojournalist | Poynter. | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
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iPhoneography by Jack Hollingsworth

This is a piece I created for my MacWorld 2013 presentation. I wanted to share with my audience the path I took falling in love with my iPhone as a capture device.…
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5 ways journalists are using Pinterest

5 ways journalists are using Pinterest | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

Mainly they are sending people to older content that features photos. Hardly brilliant, but there is value in getting new visitors.

 

(Published Dec. 10, 2012.)


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Download All Your Instagram Photos

Download All Your Instagram Photos | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
@ScottGummerson there's a couple of diff ones: http://t.co/ocxKebna I used copygr.am cause instaport wasnt working

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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
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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.

 

Shot using the iPhone 4

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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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2012: The year in mobile photography

2012: The year in mobile photography | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
A recap of major milestones in mobile photography over the past year.
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5 types of photos that make for strong photo essays, audio slideshows | Poynter.

5 types of photos that make for strong photo essays, audio slideshows | Poynter. | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
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The International Examiner – Mobile Photography Blows Up in Our Backyards

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This week "Through the Lens of an iPhone"

This week "Through the Lens of an iPhone" | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it
If you want to see more submissions, then head over to the Flickr group, or click on any of the photos you see, to see that iPhoneographers Flickr stream.Want to get involved?

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Street Photography Do's and Don'ts

In this video Kai gives a few tips on some "Do's and Don'ts" when doing Street Photography, with some illustrations....

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31+ Great Iconic Photos from History – Dont miss these pics !!!!! | funbazaar.com

31+ Great Iconic Photos from History – Dont miss these pics !!!!! | funbazaar.com | iPhoneography attempts and journalism | Scoop.it

Fotografie icona, alcune veramente rare...


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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 4:09 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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