June 2008, Issue 128
June 2008 Features - 1 of 2 
  • Dispatches: Notes from the field - Supported by Canon

    • Dispatches: Notes from the Field
      This month we have three Dispatches: Adam Dean covers the earthquake in China, David Bathgate goes to Checkpoint Delta in Afghanistan with American soldiers and, in Iran Ali Shirjian considers the importance of a now-sacred battleground of the Iran-Iraq War. more>>
  • Editorial

    • Orphan Works?
      As readers of The Digital Journalist are well aware, we have been a staunch supporter of photographers' copyright since our first issue. more >>
  • Photo Journalism

    • Nuts & Bolts
      About once a week someone says to me, "If Gene Smith was around, he would be the master of Photoshop." more >>
    • Common Cents: "The Perfect Storm"
      Remember the scene in "The Perfect Storm" where George Clooney and his crew had sailed through meteorological purgatory and survived only to encounter a gi-normous wave, which sends the boat to the bottom? more >>
    • Tech Tips
      A question regarding the EOS-1D Mark II and Speedlite 580EX. I just want to see if there is something I may be doing wrong. more >>
  • Commentary

    • $1.28 A Freakin' Hour
      I was in Washington a few weeks ago at the annual awards dinner of the White House News Photographers Association. more >>
 
  • Reviews

    • "Standard Operating Procedure": A Critique
      Errol Morris' latest film, "Standard Operating Procedure" about the abuse of prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, is at times brilliant, infuriating, tedious, at one hour and 57 minutes far too long, boring, with high-end graphics that are far too slick, looking as if they are from an expensive television commercial. more >>
  • Remembering

    • Remembering Flip Schulke
      Photojournalist Flip Schulke (1930--2008), known for his underwater photography, covered a wide range of subjects but his best-known, historically-important work was of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights era. more >>
  • Local Media in a Postmodern World

    • It's Always About the Money
      When the Internet bubble burst early in the new millennium, many smart people learned the harshest of all business lessons: when the money's gone, there is no business. more >>
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