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About that St. Peter's Square Photo Comparison...

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About that St. Peter's Square Photo Comparison...: You know that amazing photo you saw everywhere a few days ago... Emi Kolawole of The Washington Post: Post photojournalist Nick Kirkpatrick did a little digging and found that the lower photo (shown below this paragraph), which features a sea of smartphones and...
About that St. Peter's Square Photo Comparison...

Fundraising Site Crowdtilt Might Save This Child's Life

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An online fundraising site, Crowdtilt, is playing a key role in efforts to help Tony Forte, a child born with a debilitating intestinal condition. We'll spare you the details on Forte's illness, known as Total colonic Hirschsprung's Disease, but this disease has basically shut down his large intestine and made it...
Fundraising Site Crowdtilt Might Save This Child's Life

Google muse: the new breed of street photographers

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Google Street View is inspiring some fascinating new art. Here we talk to Michael Wolf, Doug Rickard and Jon Rafman, just three of the growing number of artists using this extraordinary photographic document in their workMichael Wolf: Paris Street View"The problem with Paris," says photojournalist and artist Michael Wolf, "is...
Google muse: the new breed of street photographers

Illinois judge: law barring recording police is unconstitutional

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In Cook County today Judge Stanley J. Sacks declared Illinois' eavesdropping law—which is one of the toughest in the nation—unconstitutional in his ruling in the case of Christopher Drew, who was charged with the felony crime in 2009. The eavesdropping law prohibits citizens from making audio or visual recordings...
Illinois judge: law barring recording police is unconstitutional
News flash for the media: you can't sell photos grabbed from Twitter

Meet the faces of big data with interactive iPad app

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The ones and zeroes comprising big data might not be much to look at, but the people behind big data and the ways they’re using it to improve our world provide rich fodder for photography – in the right hands. In his latest book, former National Geographic and Time photojournalist Rick...
Meet the faces of big data with interactive iPad app

Canon Cinema EOS-1D C 4K camera hands-on (video)

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It's been but half a year since Canon first entered the motion picture market, and the company is already back with its second and third professional video rigs. The Cinema EOS-1D C marks the most drastic departure from the C300, which launched last November at an elaborate Hollywood event...
Canon Cinema EOS-1D C 4K camera hands-on (video)

Like a Kickstarter for photojournalism, Emphas.is helps finance visual storytelling

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I’ve been watching the recent surge of renewed interest in the crowd-funding phenomenon with, well, interest, but until earlier this month I hadn’t heard about Emphas.is, which is basically a Kickstarter for visual journalism. Its mission is to connect photojournalists with their audiences via an online platform, and help...
Like a Kickstarter for photojournalism, Emphas.is helps finance visual storytelling

Marksta app - fighting for photography copyright

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Multimedia photojournalist John D McHugh discusses his new Marksta app, which adds watermarks to photographs before they are shared on social mediaAs a photojournalist, I tell stories with images. It's a simple concept. I work very hard, and make many personal sacrifices, to tell these stories. They have often been...
Marksta app - fighting for photography copyright
Obama Administration supports journalist arrested after recording cops
Is this the coolest Leica-ish iPhone camera case of all times?
Leica Camera store opening May 2nd in Washington, DC

Dan Chung's Olympic smartphone photoblog

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Guardian photojournalist Dan Chung captures the London 2012 Olympics using smartphonesDan Chung...
Dan Chung's Olympic smartphone photoblog

“Fearless” photojournalist Margaret Moth dies

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“Fearless” photojournalist Margaret Moth dies

Tiananmen Square photographer says iconic 'Tank Man' image was a 'lucky shot'

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Jeff Widener, the photojournalist behind one of the most recognizable (and meme-worthy) images in modern media, has spoken out about how he came to create "Tank Man" during the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. Low on film and dazed after being hit in the face with a brick, Widener...
Tiananmen Square photographer says iconic 'Tank Man' image was a 'lucky shot'

Storyboard Speaks: Laid-Off Tumblr Staffers Discuss David Karp's Decision

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(Photo: Twitter/successmagazine) Earlier this week, Tumblr CEO David Karp took the stage at PaidContent Live for a panel called “Tumblr and the Future of Media.” It was a poignant title considering that one of the topics discussed was Mr. Karp’s recent, rather brusque blog post announcing the end of Storyboard, a high-profile editorial experiment...
Storyboard Speaks: Laid-Off Tumblr Staffers Discuss David Karp's Decision

Illinois Supreme Court: law barring recording police is unconstitutional

arstechnica.com
In Cook County today Judge Stanley J. Sacks declared Illinois' eavesdropping law—which is one of the toughest in the nation—unconstitutional in his ruling in the case of Christopher Drew, who was charged with the felony crime in 2009. The eavesdropping law prohibits citizens from making audio or visual recordings...
Illinois Supreme Court: law barring recording police is unconstitutional

Journalist recovers video of his arrest after police deleted it

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A Miami journalist has recovered video of police officers arresting him after it was deleted from his camera. The man was covering a police effort to evict Occupy Miami protestors. He plans to file a complaint with the police department and with the United States Department of Justice. On...
Journalist recovers video of his arrest after police deleted it

Crowdsourcing app will "measure the world" for a week through smartphones

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The "Human Face of Big Data" application wants to get to know you—and track you—for just a week. Against All Odds Productions If you've ever had trouble explaining the concept of "big data" to someone—or had trouble wrapping your brain around the buzzword yourself—Rick Smolan wants to help. But...
Crowdsourcing app will "measure the world" for a week through smartphones

Wikileaks Releases Video of Journalist Killings

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linguizic writes "Today Wikileaks released a video of the US military firing large caliber weapons into a crowd that included a photojournalist and a driver for Reuters, and at a van containing two children who were involved in a rescue. Wikileaks maintains that this video was covered up by the...
Wikileaks Releases Video of Journalist Killings
The iPhone's camera is so good, a photojournalist is using it to cover the Olympics

Old Media To New: Don't Mind If We Do!

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Getty Images has just signed up the snapshots of photographer Nick Laham into its photo archive, ready to license them out for use online, in newspapers, or even on TV. That's not a shocker seeing as this is what Getty does. But consider this: The photos Laham snapped--portraits of the...
Old Media To New: Don't Mind If We Do!
Week in tech: Raspberry Pi, undead Facebook photos, and Flash-free Chrome
Jury says journalist arrested while videotaping police is not guilty
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