All posts in category Photojournalism

Updated, expanded: Magazine design, redesign resources

Seeking inspiration for magazine design and editing? Check out this updated and expanded collection of magazine covers, prototypes, and inside pages (not sexy, but oh so important), with links to associated case studies and blog posts. And check out more than 2 dozen blog entries related to magazine and tabloid design and editing.




Photojournalism survival tips from Tribune pro Alex Garcia

Considering a career in photojournalism, already entrenched in one but want to get better (or make fewer gaffes along the way), or just want an inside look at some do’s and don’ts from a pro? Check out the following blog entries from Chicago Tribune standout Alex Garcia: Photo tips you should know before you’re ready to […]




20+ things to never say to a photojournalist

In light of The Washington Post‘s achievement this week in scoring a Pulitzer for its excellent photo coverage from Haiti, I thought I’d dust off this list which originated in my days as Director of Visual Journalism, and faculty member, at Poynter. There, along with my colleague Kenny Irby, we tried hard to help gain/earn […]




At Poynter, a must-see photo exhibit on Africa

Poynter has long been a place where smart conversation about international photojournalism has taken place. (Kudos to my friend and former colleague Kenny Irby, who has worked hard to bring previous exhibits including the Pictures of the Year winners.) Thus I was not surprised during my recent visit to see Poynter hosting a world-class photo […]




Inspiration for the new year: Type and Photo

The latest web effort from creative hub Behance, Served aggregates the best emerging design in five categories.




Great photo blogs: Chicago, St. Pete

Want some quick inspiration about photojournalism and editing? And a few insightful words from the man behind it? Check out the wonderful photo blog shooting from the hip, by Chicago Tribune staffer Scott Strazzante. I often see his wonderful images in the paper and really enjoy the outtakes and observations he posts here, such as […]




For the new Standard, compelling front pages that spark dialogue

Famine, corruption, public safety: How rethinking a newsroom heightened its watchdog role.  By Ron Reason