Sunday, November 30, 2008

Snap Jundgments

There was a great piece about photojournalism on NPR this morning. Here is the description.

What are the rules that govern journalistic portrait photography? Wide-angle lenses, nonstandard lighting, shooting from below – they’re all fair game and frequently employed by photogs working for major publications. But what obligation is there to the subject? Bob searches for answers.

And a link to the story.

1 comment:

Ed Verosky said...

Hey, thanks for finding this, Mary. It was concise and actually very interesting. I'm curious as to your personal take on "media portraiture."