Lessons for Photojournalism

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  • From Galleys to Galleries - … ARCHIVAL TIMES MATERIALS: Photography View: Photojournalism: A Blend of Artifice and Actuality 1988 article on photojournalism, including consideration of a photo of … that ran in Life Magazine. Photojournalism that Colors the News in Many Ways 1986 article that debates photojournalism as art. TIMES TOPICS … Garcia's photograph. Poynter Online: Photojournalism Bibliography Listing of online and print resources for all things photojournalism. Poynter Online: A Photojournalistic Confession …
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  • Capturing the Moment - … questions: What is photojournalism? How is photojournalism distinct from art, commercial, personal or other photography? To what extent is photojournalism art, and to … board. Define photojournalism as "journalism that presents a story, primarily through the use of pictures" (http://www.wordreference.com/definition/photojournalism). Explain … : Individually, students write essays reflecting further on the power of photojournalism and on what distinguishes photographs that document their own history …
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  • Critical Lenses - … Professional Photos Teaching with The Times: Journalism Includes lessons on photojournalism. ARCHIVAL TIMES MATERIALS: 'On Photography' 1977 review of Susan Sontag … and more. National Press Photographers Association Includes "Best of Photojournalism" winners and the photojournalism Code of Ethics. The Pulitzer Prizes: Breaking News … . The Pulitzer Prizes: Feature Photography Winners and their photos. Vocabulary: photojournalism, pictorial, rotogravure, ample, chronicling Extension Activities: 1. Lens promises to …
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  • The Power of Images in Shaping Ideas - … (Assassination of President Kennedy) 16. Kent State, 1970 (Protest and Photojournalism) 17. Elizabeth Eckford, 1957 (Civil Rights Movement) 18. Clarence Hailey … , Factory 1911 (Child Labor) 26. Tiananmen Square, 1989 (Protest and Photojournalism) 27. Flight 1903 (History of Photography) 28. First Human X … /brady.html http://www.fpri.org/enotes/20050127.media.perlmutter.photojournalism.html Commercialism: http://www.asu.edu/educ/epsl/CERU/CERU_2005_Annual_Report …
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  • Every Picture Tells a Story - … then choose, discuss, and write about other famous images from photojournalism to decide what makes them memorable and powerful. Author(s … Best Captured Day's Events." 3. Analyze famous images from photojournalism to determine what makes a photograph go beyond mere illustration … some controversial issue in your own school or community through photojournalism that tells the story. Try to take pictures that document …
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  • Joy and Pain - … /featured_articles/20061012thursday.html (one per student) -resources for collecting sports photojournalism from the past and present such as The New York … through the use of pictures" (http://www.wordreference.com/definition/photojournalism). With that definition in mind, arrange the students into pairs … for Education and Learning in Aurora, Colorado. Journalism, Language Arts, Photojournalism, Sports, Teaching with The New York Times Comments are no …
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  • War on Film - … of Jewish suffering and German aggression. Referencing the tradition of photojournalism and complicating the historical artifact of the photograph, the artist … works' relationships to surveillance and how is surveillance related to photojournalism? (Time: One 45 minute session) Collier Schorr & The Soldier Photographs … photographs? Discuss the relationships between the terms surveillance, voyeurism, and photojournalism. (Time: One 45 minute session) Who is Leni Riefenstahl? Who …
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  • The Impact of Images: Considering the Place of Photojournalism Today - … Best," Hank Klibanoff weighs how - and whether - the quality of photojournalism has changed as droves of amateur photographers/videographers have begun … a national obsession. But has the proliferation of images devalued photojournalism and dulled its influence? [...] Meanwhile, the surge in the number … the world? What does Brian Storm call the "cornerstone" of photojournalism? Activity | Have students choose one (or more) of Ashley Gilbertson …
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  • Trains, Telegraphs, And Steamships: War's New Weapons - … major medical advances and the camera, including the birth of photojournalism as a profession. Give students time in class to conduct … that, in some cases, one brother was fighting against another. photojournalism Definition: The documentation of an event through articles and photographs … photojournalism was used. Context: Thanks to the efforts of Mathew Brady, one of the first photographers to recognize the value of photojournalism
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  • Prized Photos - … annual Photo of the Year Award and the state of photojournalism by reading and discussing the article "Honoring News Photos as … : -If family photos are a kind of photojournalism, what are they documenting? -How might photojournalism help us to understand events in a … the upsurge in camera-containing devices will influence interest in photojournalism? m. How do some winners characterize the market for "classic …
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