Photojournalism: The Professionals' Approach, Volume 1

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Focal Press, 2004 - Photography - 416 pages
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Photojournalism, Fifth Edition includes new interviews with well known photojournalists such as, Anne Wells story of a Pulitzer Prize winning photo, John Gaps III, formerly of the Associated Press, David Hume Kennerly of Newsweek, Diana Walker and PF Bently of Time.
Individual case studies draw upon the experience of leading photojournalists to show readers how working professionals handle on-the-job challenges.
A blend of insightful interviews, practical experience, and high-impact photographs creates the definitive text on photojournalism.

* DVD of short video documentaries that show photojournalists at work
* Extensive material on how to turn Pro, from developing a portfolio and freelancing to findind a job
* Interviews with celebrated photojournalists are accompanied by hundreds of black and white, and color photographs

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A very basic book for beginning photojournalists. Not much substance. Read full review

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Professor Ken Kobré directs the photojournalism sequence at San Francisco State University, California. His photographs have appeared in Newsweek, Time, Business Week, San Francisco Examiner, and numerous other publications. Kobre also is the producer of the hour-long documentary "Deadline Every Second: On Assignment with 12 Associated Press Photojournalists.Please "friend" Ken on Facebook, www.facebook.com/kenkobre, and then "like the page for "Deadline Every Second, where you can view the trailer.

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