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Tips on Photojournalistic: Shooting During Difficult Moments

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On February - 2 - 2017

War Photographer

War Photographer


To be a photographer journalistic is not an easy job. Any difficult situation should be faced and their duty is to take good photos from there. It must be not easy to take photos in such crowded and uncontrollable chaos. There are some tips on photojournalistic to shoot during chaos as well as normal moments and create photos with maximum results.

1. Shooting in crowded, chaotic and uncontrollable moments

In such moment, though it will be very interesting and challenging to immortalize the event, it has to be noted in mind that your safety is still the priority.

James Nachway- a war photographer who was also an anti-war said, there are two possibilities why war or conflict journalists die on duty, first, because the photographer is a rookie who is challenged by the heroic situation. He is involved in the conflict situation positioning himself as a target. Read the rest of this entry »

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Understanding Photojournalistic Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 10 - 2016
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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