Commentary: How to Win or Lose an Election by Photo Op
Over a period of more than 30 years I covered presidential campaigns and the White House. Regardless of how well planned and well-intentioned the people who undertake to lead the nation are, their success or failure is often determined by photo ops.
Josh Wolf: My Response to The Digital Journalist
While I certainly understand your argument that a reporter's privilege must be very narrowly applied or the justice system would collapse, I cannot help but feel the criterion you've proposed is inherently flawed.
Commentary: After the Platypus, the Deluge
It's been nearly 10 years since I started to write about the Platypus. The idea was that eventually photojournalists would move to video to tell their stories.
Common Cents: Micro Stock
If you read this column regularly, you're used to seeing reports about contracting markets, falling rates, rights grabs, etc.
E-Bits: STRANGE LOVE or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love to Shop
Shopping. It is the only weapon offered the American people to fight the War on Terror, now known as the Global Struggle Against Extremism.
Life as a Remainder
OK, I admit it. I sleep with a 10-year-old boy every night.
PICTURE THIS! The Inside Story and Classic Photos of UPI Newspictures
The new book Picture This!: The Inside Story and Classic Photos of UPI Newspictures (Bulfinch Press, 2006), was organized and written by Gary Haynes, a former UPI photographer.
I wonder if you can comment on the technical and business feasibility of making a digital camera body that has, like the lens and memory, an interchangeable image sensor and image processor?
The other day I was on a bus in Manhattan going crosstown from 79th Street and Broadway to Park Avenue and 79th Street, a pleasant ride on a sunny day, mainly through Central Park.
Nuts & Bolts
Color slide film, the first color film used for photojournalism in the newsmagazines, was easy to edit but hard to expose correctly.
Overcoming the Tyranny of the Right Or Fun With PVC Piping...
In last month's issue I was bemoaning the fact that modern-day video equipment seems to be right-eye-centric.
TV News in a Postmodern World: The Transparency Marketplace
When the flamboyant American Basketball Association (ABA) merged with the National Basketball Association in 1976, the deal brought with it more than new teams in new cities.