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Don’t Just Research, Study!

Shouldn’t journalist study more than journalism? In general, those who study in this subject know that this field of study is competitive. I have always believed, studying more than journalism is key for more career opportunities. In fact, most magazine … Continue reading

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Since When is the Truth Not Good Enough?

Blog Three by Alyssa Gauss Photo provided by Freephotos.com                                                                       Throughout the course of history, advances in technology have usually been welcomed into our lives.  They generally make our lives easier and more enjoyable.  Most of these advances come with … Continue reading

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Why Pictures Are Worth a Thousand Words

Most readers enjoy reading newspapers or any other form of journalism with pictures. More than words, pictures have the ability to give readers a better idea on what’s going on. Pictures allow readers to actually see what’s happening in a … Continue reading

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Photography in Focus

Lightning storm, Sea Point, Cape Town, South Africa

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Is Photo Manipulation Going Too Far?

By Zachary Drexler People have been manipulating photographs ever since the debut of photography, but with the advent of cheap and advanced digital imaging hardware and software, digital photo manipulation has become an all too common practice.  Digital photo manipulation, … Continue reading

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Photojournalism: A Fine Line Between Genius and Insanity

Everyone is connected to friends, family, entertainment, and news through tweets, wall posts, downloads, and sharing. With so much information available for immediate consumption, it takes a little more spice for journalists to grab their audience’s attention. For journalists, covering … Continue reading

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