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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 25 - 2022
War Photographer James Nachtwey

War Photographer James Nachtwey

When a curious soul decides to study photojournalism, he or she will enter into an area where there exist a heavy tradition to pass news to others and to the public. As is executed by artistic photographers, a photojournalist must have an artistic touch to produce an impactful image.
Photojournalism is essentially a form of storytelling or reporting an event by using photographs as its medium. Just as those journalists who report in writing, photojournalists must convey a story clearly and easily understandable through their photographs. Read the rest of this entry »

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