Tag Archives: Photojournalism

Q&A with Eric Evans

BY Katie Rosenblad Eric Evans is a sports photographer with over 20 years of experience. He is based in Eugene, Oregon where he has been working for the University of Oregon the past 15 years. Evans photographs all aspects of … Continue reading

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An Introduction: Devin Ream

Devin Ream is a former small-business owner, web developer and computer repair associate, who has attended post-secondary educational institutions in three states (Missouri, Washington, Oregon). Born in Missouri, he spent his youth in the rural Ozark Mountains where he attended … Continue reading

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Photojournalism Q & A Caitlin Kenney is a photojournalist focused on military, government reporting and Afghanistan. You can follow her twitter @ccoug. 1. What’s your name, age and occupation? Caitlin, 23,  Reporter 2. How did you get your start doing … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: Girl in Green

****Warning: Graphic Image**** Amid the chaos caused by a bomb exploding in Kabul, Afghanistan, among Shiite worshipers, Massoud Hossaini took a photograph that later earned him a Pulitzer in photojournalism.

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Beat Blog: Photographers on Twitter

Photographers covering content in the Middle East are aplenty. For the most part, however, they limit posting their photographs to their own personal blogs, and instead use twitter as a way to network/communicate with colleagues (not uncommon, I assume). The … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: Photojournalism in the Middle East

The conflict in the Middle East is one of the most prominent topics covered in our media. In areas ranging from the Egyptian uprising to the United States’ presence in the region, photojournalists and correspondents work tirelessly to update and … Continue reading

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Chile and Photojournalism

By Jennifer Busby When an earthquake hits, reporters are on the ground before troops are. Brian Williams, anchor of NBC Nightly News, said that his crew touched down in Haiti after the January earthquake before the military planes arrived. With … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: From Which Part Should Journalists Have Liability?

I’m taking J365 Photojournalism in this winter term. Although I’m a beginner in terms of taking photographs, we have to consider ethical problems of photojournalism. I found one article of The New York Times, “It Was All Started by a … Continue reading

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A Glimpse at Reality

Previously on our blog, fellow journalist Leah Olson made some insightful and important comments surrounding the topic of war in the news. She asked some important questions: Where are the images of war in the U.S. media? “… Why are … Continue reading

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What is a photojournalist?

Many in our class have expressed an interest in photography and the power it can have in the journalism world. I’m in the J466 class right now, Advanced Photojournalism:Digital Story telling, and we’ve been dealing with the question, “What is … Continue reading

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