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Photos of Hurricane Harvey’s devastation from FEMA’s photojournalists

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) sends out photographers along with its emergency responders to record disasters wherever they occur. Here are some of those photos. Please remember the victims of this disaster by donating to the relief agency of your choice. My choice is the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR.org). Members of FEMA’s […]

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Advertising re-Inauguration Parade -- February, 1913

Seeing Suffrage: Advertising the parade

At the beginning of 1913, Alice Paul and Lucy Burns had a little more than two months to plan an eye-popping suffrage parade that would set the suffrage movement onto a different course. They not only needed participants; they needed spectators.

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Jane Burleson, grand marshall of the 1913 Washington Suffrage Parade

The 1913 Washington Suffrage Parade: Jane Burleson, the grand marshal of the parade

Women’s History Month: The 1913 Washington Suffrage Parade was led by Jane Burleson, the grand marshall of the parade. Burleson was a well-known horsewoman in Washington, and her confidence in the saddle is evident from this picture. Burleson led more than 5,000 parade participants up Pennsylvania Avenue and into a melee that changed the direction […]

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Chicago Sun-Times fires its photojournalists

A fellow journalism educator at another university said he wasn’t surprised and that last year he had begun requiring his reporting students to learn how to use a camera. Last year?

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Tennessee Journalism Series: Photojournalism: Telling Stories with Pictures and Words

This book introduces students to the basic principles of photojournalism and to concepts such as the rule-of-thirds, cropping and editing, the value of the close-up, and the talent of seeing what other people do not see.

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NYT – Talk of the Newsroom

The New York Times, as part of its ongoing effort to open its operation to public view, has begun a series of exchanges by various top editors and people who email questions. The questions are sometimes long but enlightening, and so are the answers. The editors have tried to explain the Times’ point of view […]

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Discussion notes: Online journalism and audience

Discussion notes for practicing photojournalism on the web.

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OffTopic: Journalism education books now on the iPad

A series of journalism texts built specifically for the iPad is now available to high school and journalism teachers and students.

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