Region 11 by NPPA11.org
The National Press Photographers Association today announced the opening of the 2014 Short Grants entry period. The announcement included news of two major enhancements to the program. First, the grant awards have been doubled in size from previous years, with six winners now.. (Read More)
NPPA Advocacy Committee by Alicia Calzada
In an important ruling in Texas, a federal judge held that the right to record police activity is a clearly established right protected by the First Amendment.
In a civil rights lawsuit, Antonio Buehler alleged that his constitutional rights were violated when he was arrested by the Austin Police Department multiple times.. (Read More)
Edit Foundry by Shawnmontano
I first heard the phrase, imitate the eye, from Lou Davis. Lou is a photojournalist in North Carolina. "Capture the world as your eye sees it," he'd say. I've taken this and applied it to my everyday editing.
When you are at an event. What does your.. (Read More)
The Visual Student by Nick Gonzales
Ora Dekornfeld is a 2014 alumna from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She majored in communications with a concentration in media studies and production and minored in gender studies, and social and economic justice. Her video “Sensei” won first place in the University of Missouri School of.. (Read More)
NPPA Video BOP by Merry Murray
There are two final awards the judges of the video editing competition are awarding, that is the Judges Choice Awards. This year the judges decided to award two stories, each with their own merit. Click on heading to.. (Read More)
Ethics Matters by Sean Elliot
Some thoughts on photojournalism ethics today
By Ethics committee members
John Long, Steve Raymer, Peter Southwick and Sean Elliot
There was an interesting confluence of ethics oriented events this week: AP dismissed a freelancer for digitally altering a photo; VOGUE magazine retouched a series of photos of Lena Dunham and was criticized for.. (Read More)
Presidential Pondering by NPPA President - Mark Dolan
President Obama appears to have nothing against having his picture taken. He's photographed pretty much constantly by Official White House Photographer, Pete Souza. Pete does a great job documenting President Obama, no doubt about that. There has been an unprecedented flow of photos online through the White House Flickr photostream.. (Read More)
Gear Geek by Mark E. Johnson
Back in the days of yore, we all carried metal cable releases with us. If you were locked down on a tripod and needed to either trip the shutter without touching the camera or hold the shutter open for a long time, this was your tool of choice. One end.. (Read More)
NPPA Region 8 by Kevin M. Cox
SAN ANTONIO, TX:Â Do you know what your legal rights are as a photographer? In these days of ever changing digital technology, complicated contracts, work for hire, decreased budgets and even the fear of terrorism, knowing our legal rights and how they effect us and our businesses can be.. (Read More)
NPPA Region 4 by Stephen Sample
NPPA Convergence by Mark E. Johnson
By: Frances Micklow
Ian Fisher: American Soldier
27 months, three years from idea to publication. 130,000 photographs, 130 hours of video. They had the love of photojournalism to get this published.
2007: â€œWho would want to sign up no?â€
Working title: A Colarado.. (Read More)
Visual Journal(ism) - Region 1 by Johnwalker
Region One member Damian Strohmeyer was featured recently in a nice write up in his hometown Lexington Minuteman newspaper.
Read the story here.
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nppa events by Tjmullinax
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photos Â©2010 James Michalowski .. (Read More)