News Archive

TV NewsVideo Workshop Offered Critiques
03/27/2006 // By Jennifer Jackson The OklahomanNORMAN, OK – Photojournalists from around the world participated in the National Press Photographer Association's Television NewsVideo Workshop this past week at the University of Oklahoma in Norman...
Winter Wins Cliff Edom's New America Award
03/23/2006 // ST. PETERSBURG, FL – On the fourth day of the 2006 National Press Photographers Association’s Best Of Photojournalism contest, judges Wednesday awarded a prestigious honor, Cliff Edom’s “New America Award,” to photojournalist...
Love, One Print At A Time
03/20/2006 // DENVER, CO – Steven R. Nickerson is having a hard time believing what’s happened over the last few weeks. With each passing day another box or carton or tube arrives with incredible signed prints from...
Seattle Photojournalist Phil Webber, 67
03/19/2006 // Seattle Post-Intelligencer photojournalist and NPPA member Phil Webber, 67, died Saturday March 18 in Seattle from complications related to emphysema. Webber was widely known in the photojournalism community around...
Wounded Photojournalist Morris Flies Back To U.S.A.
03/19/2006 //  ZUMA Press contract photographer Toby Morris, who was shot by snipers and twice wounded on March 1 while covering American soldiers on patrol in Iraq, was discharged from an Army hospital in Landsthul, Germany, on...
NCAA Tells Sportsshooter.com It Does Not Violate Restrictions
03/17/2006 // “The NCAA issue has (sort of) been resolved,” Grover Sanschagrin, executive producer of SportsShooter.com, wrote to News Photographer this morning. “I think this is good news.”In a statement posted hours ago on the...
Perspectives: Gordon Parks, 1912-2006
03/17/2006 //  Gordon Parks, 93, a gifted photojournalist, fine art photographer, filmmaker, poet, musician, and novelist, died March 9, 2006, at his home in New York City. The Fort Scott, KS, native was Life magazine's first...
MTA To Remind Cops: Photography Is Not Prohibited
03/17/2006 //  The New York Metropolitan Transit Authority has told the New York Civil Liberties Union that it will remind its staff and law enforcement officers that there is no photography ban on MTA property and that...
Perspectives: Birmingham's Forgotten Pictures Raise Deeper Questions
03/14/2006 //   By Bruce YoungSo you’re rooting through an equipment closet looking for something – say it’s that ultra-wide-angle lens that someone uses about once every five years to make some artsy version of the picture that, well, has to be...
Perspectives: First Kodachrome, And Now My Nikon
03/14/2006 // By Ed Breen FORT WAYNE, IN – In one of those little flashes of recognition, it struck me the other day that God had allowed me to live too long. It was 3:05 p.m. on Thursday, January 12, that this epiphany arrived, delivered by the...

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