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Win McNamee, Brendan Smialowski Top White House Photo Winners
02/10/2015 // WASHINGTON, DC (February 10, 2015) – The White House News Photographers Association announced that Getty Images photographer Win McNamee has been named Photographer of the Year and Agence France-Presse photographer Brendan Smialowski of Agence...
NPPA Names Annual Honor And Recognition Award Winners
02/05/2015 // ATHENS, GA (February 5, 2015) – The National Press Photographers Association’s annual Honors & Recognitions were announced today by NPPA past president Michael Borland, chairman of the Honors & Recognitions Committee. Julie...
A Question Of Quality: How Research Participants Described Photographs In The NPPA Study
02/03/2015 // Part Two of a four-part weekly series. Read part one here and part 3 here.By Sara QuinnATHENS, GA (February 3, 2015) – Quality. We know it when we see it, right?That's what we set out to discover with our eyetracking research...
Media Coalition Asks Supreme Court For A-V Coverage Of Same Sex Arguments
01/28/2015 // ATHENS, GA (January 28, 2015) – NPPA general counsel Mickey H. Osterreicher was part of a coalition that authored a letter to United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts today requesting audio-visual coverage of arguments in same-sex...
Kainaz Amaria, Danese Kenon, Ray Shepherd Named NPPA Directors
01/27/2015 // ATHENS, GA (January 27, 2015) – Three new members of the National Press Photographers Association's board of directors were named today by NPPA president Mark Dolan.NPR visuals team supervising editor Kainaz Amaria, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette assistant...
PRESS RELEASE: New Eyetrack Research: Study commissioned by NPPA explores what makes a photograph memorable, shareable, and worth publishing
01/27/2015 // Monday, January 26, 2015
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Eyetracking Photojournalism: New research explores what makes a photograph memorable, shareable, and worth publishing
01/27/2015 // Part One in a four-part weekly series. Read part two here and part three here.By Sara QuinnATHENS, GA (January 27, 2015) – What makes a photograph worth publishing in an age when images are shared in an instant, around the world? I...
Kim Komenich Named To SFSU Photojournalism Teaching Post
01/23/2015 // SAN FRANCISCO, CA (January 23, 2015) – Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and filmmaker Kim Komenich was today named an assistant professor of photojournalism for San Francisco State University. Komenich, who has been an assistant professor of...
Sports Illustrated Lays Off All Staff Photographers
01/23/2015 // By Donald R. Winslow© 2015 News Photographer magazine NEW YORK, NY (January 23, 2015) – The remaining six staff photographers at Sports Illustrated magazine were all laid off yesterday.Staff photographers Robert Beck, Simon Bruty,...
Michel du Cille Honored With NPPA's Sprague Award
01/19/2015 // WASHINGTON, DC (January 19, 2015) – The National Press Photographers Association’s highest and most prestigious honor, the Joseph A. Sprague Memorial Award, will be awarded to the late Michel du Cille of The Washington Post. The announcement was...

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