February 2008, Issue 124
  • Dispatches: Notes from the field

    • Dispatches: Notes from the Field
      For February we have two stories about the death of Benazir Bhutto. The first, by John Moore, and the second by photographer Adam Dean. The third dispatch, by Spencer Platt.
  • Photo Journalism

    • Tech Tips
      I have a problem with a Mark III used with a 17-35 f2.8 and a 550EX flash in dark situations. more>>
    • Nuts and Bolts
      With the introduction of the new Digital Journalist Web design, this is the Happy New Year of the DJ. So, I'm listing a few of my New Year's resolutions. more>>
  • Compression Session

    • Compression Session
      It's a new year, a new look for The Digital Journalist and time for some cool new gear to talk about. Let's get to it. more>>
  • Local Media in a Postmodern World

    • 2008: Embracing the (Real) Web
      We got our first television set in 1952 when I was six years old. I had a kidney disease and was bedridden, so the new invention became my friend. Radio held me in its grip with super heroes and Western dramas, but TV made me smile. more>>
  • Assignment Sheet

    • Through a Lens Dimly:
      Newsday Goes to the Party

      Lou stood before the assembled Photo Staff, late one afternoon. He was one of three ME's (Managing Editors) at Newsday and his domain was The Women's Pages, a feature section devoted to articles and stories of particular interest to our women readers. more>>
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