The Digital Journalist
September 2006, Issue 107 [RSS]
Dispatches: Notes from the Field
In September we present four dispatches: The stories are from Thailand, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, and the Ukraine.
by Marianne Fulton

A Matter of Misunderstanding
For the past month, The New York Times and photojournalist Tyler Hicks have come under malicious attack from irresponsible bloggers...
Remarks by David Hume Kennerly at the Tribute to Joe Rosenthal
Joe Rosenthal made a tremendous difference to our Corps, our Nation, and each of us who has had the privilege to gaze upon his photo that forever captured that famous moment in history.
by David Hume Kennerly
Nuts & Bolts
As we move towards the end of the year, there will be new digital cameras introduced at a variety of trade shows, primarily Photokina. Anybody who predicts what these new cameras will be like will often be wrong and look like an idiot. Let's not let that stop us.
by Bill Pierce
TV News in a Postmodern World: The On-Demand Trap
Let's pay a visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Media and their spoiled two-year old, Demand.
by Terry Heaton
Letter From New Orleans: Hell Hath No Fury
The destruction laid upon New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina was a direct result of women's lib.
by Jim Gabour
Letter From New Orleans: The Deliveryman's Story
He brought two chairs and a tale.
by Jim Gabour
Common Cents
"Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?"
by Mark Loundy
Sunday Morning Suits
Let me warn you about this column on the Sunday morning TV talk shows. It will be a composite. It will be impressionistic.
by Ron Steinman

Letter from the Publisher
Welcome to the August 2006 issue of The Digital Journalist, the monthly online magazine for visual journalism.
by Dirck Halstead
James Colburn Blogs Visa Pour l'Image
Thanks to a boatlaod of support from Canon Visa Pour L’Image in Perpignan, France is back for another year, its 18th, and the party has already started.
Through a Lens Dimly: Ethics, A Commentary
Craziness is upon us. News photographers are running amok with Photoshop, altering important photos without a thought of the consequences, in order to make them more dramatic.
by Dick Kraus
Recalling September 11th
I was on my way to work that day… September 11, 2001, as were many other people. The difference was that I worked close to lower Manhattan and I was a working news photographer.
by Anthony Correia
Snakes in Our Psyche
What fresh hell, indeed, awaits the world each step of what seems like a countdown to complete madness. Where is inspiration?
by Beverly Spicer

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