Posts Tagged ‘photojournalism’
Instagram potentials, however, includes not only communication aspects but also economic aspects. More photo agencies have started to include or even build a partnership with Instagram for their works.
The popular mobile photography application, Hipstamatic, is looking ahead to create a new pack of digital lens and film inspired by photojournalist Ben Lowy.
Seeing things firsthand then you become an eyewitness; and this book entitled Eyewitness comprises photos depicting several events or occurrences that were witnessed and captured by some photojournalists.
The photojournalists whose photos published in the book are Jurnasyanto Sukarno, Afriadi Hikmal, Safir Makki, and Yudhi Sukma Wijaya. They are all currently working for the Jakarta Globe [...]
Each and every year, the most discussed photo might be the one winning the Photo of the Year Award. The complete collection of photos winning the Photo of the Year award in World Press Photo contest can be seen here.
The 2012 World Press Photo, considered the most prestigious photo contest in photojournalism, has announced this year’s winners, with Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda (Corbis Image) won the Photo of the Year award.
Opening the new year, photojournalists allied in Pewarta Foto Indonesia (Indonesian Photojournalist Association/PFI) Semarang, Central Java, exhibited the events concerned in corruption they had recorded through their lenses during the past year.
Zeya, an independent photojournalist working for the Norway-based news broadcaster Democratic Voice of Burma, was arrested in 2010 after he was caught taking photograph of a grenade attack in Yangon. At first, he was sentenced to a 10-year imprisonment for photographing the violent act.
Pewarta Foto Indonesia (PFI/Indonesian Photojournalist Association) is holding the 2010 PFI Award photo exhibition. Taking place at Jogja National Museum (JNM), a hundred best photos taken during 2010 and 1 best-of-the-best photo are displayed from yesterday (September 15) to September 21.
The world is in deep grief as it has been reported on Wednesday (4/20) that two photographers died in an armed conflict in Misrata, Libya. They were Chris Hondros, photographer for Getty Images, and Tim Hetherington, photographer for Vanity Fair.
As if being aware of the world’s sorrow caused either by natural disasters or conflicts among mankind, this year’s Pullitzer Prize award went to photographs bearing similar theme on grief and desperation. The photographs were named in two categories, the Breaking News Photography and the Feature Photography, which are included in a bigger category of journalism.