Monthly Archives: February 2011
“SNOW AND ADOLESCENCE ARE THE ONLY PROBLEMS THAT DISAPPEAR IF YOU IGNORE THEM LONG ENOUGH.”
One of my favorite stories is that of Virginia Schau who was the first woman to win the Pulitzer. In 1954 Ms. Schau took a news photograph of a semi-truck dangling over the Pit River Bridge as passing motorist tossed a rope down to rescue the driver. The image was taken with a Kodak “Brownie” box camera, the iPhone of its time.
Given the recent controversy in both the use of the iPhone by New York Times Photographer Damon Winters and the “hipstamatic” app in his coverage of US troops in Afghanistan I can only guess what the thoughts were by the 4×5 speed graphic using journalist of the day and the fad of color just on the horizon.
Is it about the tools used or the integrity of the journalist to use the correct tools without changing the storytelling content?
If you have the time and opportunity read there is a wonderful paper by Jim Hubbard.
Everyone Is A Photographer
By Jim Hubbard, MA, MDiv, Adjunct Professor Annenberg School for Communication
Just spending a beautiful day on your neighbor’s porch with a handgun and hand grenade in Jones Valley, CA.
Read the details and updated story at Record Searchlight Redding.com
Old Time, that greatest and longest established spinner of all!…. his factory is a secret place, his work is noiseless, and his hands are mutes.
HELP A VERY TALNETED PHOTOGRAPHER REACH A GOAL .
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