The Digital Journalist
December 2005, Issue 97[ RSS ]
Dispatches: Notes from the Field
Edited by Marianne Fulton
The Quiet Anger of Paul Fusco
After seeing Bitter Fruit, Magnum photographer Paul Fusco's portfolio of funerals of American soldiers who died in Iraq, I was moved to these thoughts.
by Ron Steinman
Getting to the Point
It's always when I write my December column for The Digital Journalist that the Moody Blues' song "Strange Times" starts echoing through my head.
by Peter Howe
Common Cents: It's About the Money (Duh!)
When somebody asks what I do for a living, I tell them that I produce videos.
by Mark Loundy
Letters from Central America: Watching A Master At Work
A while ago I got a call from David Burnett (who I believe I can call a friend of 20 or so years) telling me that he had a Fortune assignment to photograph billionaires Warren Buffett and Bill Gates in Lincoln, Neb.
by James Colburn
Tech Tips
In DPP 2.0 there is a sharpness slider in the Raw Image Adjustment window that goes from 0 to 7, and there is a sharpness slider in the RGB Image Adjustment window that goes from 0 to 500. What's the difference?
by Chuck Westfall
No Escape
News junkies, philosophers, comedians and kings: all who are riveted to national and international theater have found little escape from intense drama as we continue to have daily revelations of the otherworldly kind.
by Beverly Spicer
Letter from the Publisher
Welcome to the December issue of The Digital Journalist, the monthly online magazine for visual journalism.
by Dirck Halstead
The Debate
Just when many critics had all but buried "The West Wing" for being stale and not reflecting what, for some, is the real America - whatever that is - the show redeemed itself with its first live broadcast, a debate between its two candidates for president.
by Ron Steinman
TV News in a Postmodern World The Remarkable Opportunities of Unbundled Media
What parent isn't familiar with the struggle to get little Johnny to eat those food items that taste a little different?
by Terry Heaton
Brinkley and Me
It was 1959. After spending about 18 months on the film assignment desk at night at NBC News, I was ready to move on, but to where I had no idea.
by Ron Steinman
Dammit All to Hell
There were times when nothing you did went right. This journal is about one of those days.
by Dick Kraus
Jack and the Queen
There was Jack A. He was the City Editor when I was hired.
by Dick Kraus
Announcing the 2006 Platypus Workshop
March 3-March 12, 2006, Brooks Institute of Photography, Ventura, CA
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