The Death of a Fighter - Catherine Leroy, 1944 – 2006
The first thing you noticed about her was how small she was and how frail she looked. The second thing you noticed was that she was never still.
Ethics: Time for a New Angle
Sex predators...children...Internet chat rooms...stakeouts...hidden cameras…busts. All the makings of compelling television news stories.
TV News in a Postmodern World: The Real Threat to Local Broadcasters
Fresh from an encouraging meeting of the Television Bureau of Advertising in New York, it's pretty clear that broadcasters are increasingly beginning to see the light about some of the disruptions that are destroying their business model.
Letter From New Orleans:
You might not have even known your home was infested.
The Best Picture Books Aren’t Always Picture Books…
In preparation for my trip to Perpignan in September, and because I like books about France, I picked up something a few weeks ago that really opened my eyes, so to speak.
Common Cents: Stock Licensing
Every time you log onto a photographers' discussion list, it's like a broken record: "Register your copyright." "Don't sign work-for-hire contracts." "Watch out for rights-grabbing contracts."
You are invited to submit questions about photo equipment, imaging technology, or photo industry trends that may have a bearing on your work or interests.