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Photojournalism Links Daily Digest: Sept. 22, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights John Stanmeyer’s powerful photographs from the Syrian-Turkish border. Stanmeyer has spent the last three weeks covering the refugee crisis in Turkey on assignment for National Geographic and this set of pictures shows the sudden flood of mostly Syrian Kurds trying to enter the country. 169 more words

The Backstory

Changing Light

For the changing light assignment, I chose to photograph the MU Power plant on E Stewart and 5th. My main reason for selecting the power plant primarily was the location and orientation towards the sun; I knew if I could face south I would be able to see the full spectrum of the day’s changing light as it moved from east to west over the smokestacks. 286 more words

Advanced Techniques

Inspration for Preservation Perks

PROOF by National Geographic is hands down the biggest inspiration for my own blog. PROOF is the perfect combination of photography and journalism that does a phenomenal job at capturing the essence of each topic or location. 171 more words


Rule of thirds

This assignment asked us to employ the rule of thirds when shooting our picture. This was challenging for me because I usually take pictures with my subject being dead in the center of the image (bad habit). 195 more words


the Wisdom within a Mad River

The Wisdom within a Mad River

In a small town along the winding path of a river that runs from the mountains to the valley that flows into lake Champlain. 744 more words

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