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Everyone Is A Photographer, But Not Every Picture Is A Photograph - MediaShift

Everyone Is A Photographer, But Not Every Picture Is A Photograph - MediaShift | photography | Scoop.it
A picture shows something. A photo tells a story. Anyone can put a camera to their face and press the button. It's called taking a picture. The ability to transform a picture into something interesting – a photo – is a skill.
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Is It Okay for War Photographs to Be Beautiful?

Is It Okay for War Photographs to Be Beautiful? | photography | Scoop.it
David Shields' new book “War is Beautiful” confronts the aesthetic of the front-page photographs of the New York Times.

Via Rashmi Munikempanna, Luís António Santos
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Fotos de guerra: o belo é um critério jornalístico? E pode? E deve?

Para ler neste artigo e no livro de David Shields que analisou as fotos de guerras publicadas em alguns jornais de referência internacionais 

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Can images change history? | Ian Jack

Can images change history? | Ian Jack | photography | Scoop.it
Shocking pictures, like that of the body of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi from Syria, can alter perceptions. But we pick and choose what will horrify us
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Photojournalism in a world of words – in pictures

Photojournalism in a world of words – in pictures | photography | Scoop.it
A striking selection of images that have helped to change history
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La profesión del fotoperiodista en la era del periodismo ciudadano

La profesión del fotoperiodista en la era del periodismo ciudadano | photography | Scoop.it
Con más medios de comunicación dependiendo del contenido generado por los usuarios, el rol tradicional de los fotoperiodistas como trabajadores de tiempo completo está sufriendo un cambio radical.

Via Interconectados, Luís António Santos
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Las redes sociales como Twitter o Instagram se han convertido muchas veces en "medios de comunicación" cuando se trata de fotografías. Depende del contenido y de la calidad que ofrecen los usuarios. Una persona que no sea de la profesión puede convertirse en fotoperiodista si fotografía un accidente en la calle. De hecho en numerosas ocasiones se ofrecen en telediarios imágenes grabadas con móviles y smartphones. ¿Pero hasta que punto?


También entran en el juego otro tipo de profesionales, los fotoperiodistas freelancers, unos fotoperioditas que emplean todo su tiempo a este trabajo.

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Photo Tips For Radio Producers

Photo Tips For Radio Producers | photography | Scoop.it
More and more, radio producers are tempted (or required) to take photos to accompany their radio pieces. Photographer Amanda Kowalski offers up insights, tips and examples of how to make the best s...
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Eddie Adams: 10 Years On, and War Will Never Be the Same

Eddie Adams: 10 Years On, and War Will Never Be the Same | photography | Scoop.it
A decade after the death of Eddie Adams, does photojournalism risk being supplanted by propaganda or fabricated images?
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Graphic content: when photographs of carnage are too upsetting to publish

Graphic content: when photographs of carnage are too upsetting to publish | photography | Scoop.it
The onslaught in Gaza and the MH17 crash scene in Ukraine have generated thousands of images, many of which show the gruesome reality of the violence. How does Roger Tooth, the Guardian's head of photography, decide whether or not to use such images? • Warning: this article includes graphic images some readers may find disturbing
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Power of Photojournalism 2/2 - YouTube

Power of Photojournalism - Winners of the 66th Pictures of the Year International and editors talk about photojournalism and their work. Winning photos are a...
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Power of Photojournalism 1/2

Part 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i9H7FEw338 Power of Photojournalism - Winners of the 66th Pictures of the Year International and editors talk about photojou...
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Unquiet Film Series - Photojournalism

Find out more: http://www.foreverunquiet.co.uk Travel the journey from 1962 of photojournalism with The Sunday Times magazine. This composition takes us back...
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Magnum photographers discuss their decisive moment

Magnum photographers discuss their decisive moment | photography | Scoop.it
Some of the most iconic Magnum Photographers, dating from the early years of the photo agency right up to the present day, share their take on, and the image that defines for them, Henri Cartier-Bresson's concept of the defining moment.
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Há 'O' momento decisivo? Fotógrafos da Magnum falam do momento em que fixaram aquela que consideram ser  'A' imagem
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Alan Kurdi's Story: Behind The Most Heartbreaking Photo of 2015

Alan Kurdi's Story: Behind The Most Heartbreaking Photo of 2015 | photography | Scoop.it
Alan became a symbol of all the Syrian children who lost their lives trying to reach safety
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In a world of words, pictures still matter | Stuart Franklin

In a world of words, pictures still matter | Stuart Franklin | photography | Scoop.it
Photojournalism has been declared dead. But as the response to the refugee crisis shows, images still have impact
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Three War Photographers: Feel Fear, Keep Going

Three War Photographers: Feel Fear, Keep Going | photography | Scoop.it
Video: The extraordinary storytelling of war photographers
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Ricardo García Vilanova | “Hay fotógrafos muy buenos que lo mejor que pueden hacer con sus fotos es colgarlas en las paredes de casa”

Ricardo García Vilanova | “Hay fotógrafos muy buenos que lo mejor que pueden hacer con sus fotos es colgarlas en las paredes de casa” | photography | Scoop.it
“Que un periodista se convierta en noticia es la antítesis del periodismo. No somos nadie, nadie nos conoce. Los premios ni tendrían que existir. ...
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'Where Children Sleep'

'Where Children Sleep' | photography | Scoop.it
James Mollison wanted to portray children’s diverse worlds. What better way to do so than to photograph their bedrooms?
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War Photographers: Michael Kamber and Louie Palu on Iraq and Afghanistan - YouTube

"We were supposed to go into Iraq, hold elections, turn over the keys, and get out," says Michael Kamber, a photojournalist and editor of the book Photojourn...
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The beautification of photojournalism

The beautification of photojournalism | photography | Scoop.it
This article by Polis Summer School student Aylin Elci. As the cliche goes, “a photo is worth a thousand words”, but what are consequences of using “pretty”, “highly aesthetic” or “artistic” photos...

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The History Of Photojournalism

To get this all, visit https://www.createspace.com/204454 . I made this 1 hour documentary for the 50th anniversary of the great photo essay journal, Life Ma...
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