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Photojournalism Daily: Oct. 1, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Pete Muller’s compelling pictures from war-ravaged eastern Congo, which document the heavy price local populations continue to pay for the conflict. 226 more words

The Backstory

Wedding Photojournalism: The Business of Aesthetics: A Guide for Professional Digital Photographers

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Please take a few moments to view the Wedding Photojournalism: The Business of Aesthetics: A Guide for Professional Digital Photographers… 82 more words

Welcome to Gators in Black and White

I aim to tell stories through the lens of my camera and this blog will serve as a platform for these stories. Armed with my Nikon D5100, I plan to visit coffee shops in Gainesville and interview various patron. 85 more words

Dublin and Howth: My Final Days in Ireland

From north to south and everywhere in between, the Irish lands are bathed in green, legend and charm. My final days were bittersweet as they were filled yet again with beauty yet haunted by my impending departure. 767 more words

Travel

Balancing Act

Just like fourth-year Argonaut receiver Zander Robinson at practice Tuesday, below, the Toronto Argonauts are trying to balance themselves ahead of Saturday’s match against the Edmonton Eskimos. 242 more words

Photos

BBC Captions That Are Desperately Lacking Context

This week the BBC posted a photojournalistic story with the title, “In Pictures: Guinea’s Artisanal Gold Miners”. The word “artisanal”, at its most basic, means a crafts or trades person skilled in a particular labor that could have been done by machines. 276 more words

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