The Digital Journalist
February 2006, Issue 100 [RSS]
Platypus Workshop 2006
Dispatches: Notes from the Field
Dispatches this month come from the two coasts of the USA, El Salvador and off the coast of Antarctica.
Edited by Marianne Fulton
Photographing "Munich"
My first trip to a movie set was in 1975.
by Karen Ballard
Tech Tips
I've never understood why Canon has placed the seven cross-sensors vertically down the center of the frame of the 1D series cameras...
by Chuck Westfall
A Bird's View of History: The Digital Camera and the Ever-Changing Landscape of Photojournalism
Someone once said that it takes at least 25 years for the historical significance of anything -- a war, natural disaster, or an invention -- to be fully appreciated and understood.
by Dennis Dunleavy, Ph.D
Some Things Never Change
When J. Brandon Nightengale was assigned to write a paper for a class at the Brooks Institute of Photography in Ventura, Calif., this term, he probably never dreamed he would be part of this month's "Ethics" column.
by Karen Slattery
A couple of weeks ago I was assigned to cover a funeral.
by Denny Simmons
Dealing with Darkness
Lately, I've been in a rut in my life and photography. I haven't been shooting as much as I want and need, and it shows in my work.
by Joyce Lin
Through a Lens Dimly: Working with Dorie
Dorie was a piece of work. She was also Newsday's Home writer.
by Dick Kraus
Reality, Inventiveness and Moonwalking
It is debatable whether reality has ever ruled in our lifetime, and if it has, has it done so for long?
by Beverly Spicer
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Letter from the Publisher
Welcome to issue number 100 of The Digital Journalist, the monthly online magazine for visual journalism.
by Dirck Halstead
Editorial: The 100th Issue (More or Less)
According to the number on our contents page, this is our 100th issue of monthly publication of The Digital Journalist.
From The Mouths Of The Masters, A Deeper Truth
Photojournalism is alive and well, and often it's found hanging out with a few of its far-flung friends at the digital water cooler, which is now otherwise known as The Digital Journalist, Dot Org even.
by Donald Winslow
Why I Write for The Digital Journalist
My first piece for The Digital Journalist appeared April 2003.
by Ron Steinman
Common Cents: Friends and Enemies
Some of the rewarding things about our business are the professional relationships that we form with our clients.
by Mark Loundy
TV News in a Postmodern World: The Unbundled Newsroom
My father worked in a furniture factory to support his family in the 1950s and early 1960s.
by Terry Heaton
Nuts & Bolts
This being the 100th, or sort of the 100th, issue of The Digital Journalist, I am sure that phrases like "THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION" will abound in some of the articles.
by Bill Pierce
Announcing the 2006 Platypus Workshop
March 3-March 12, 2006, Brooks Institute of Photography, Ventura, CA
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