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The best lenses for Photojournalists

Buying tips: When it comes to glass, get the finest you can afford

ArticleLenses and Filters Gear Guides & Reviews - by Mason Resnick, November 10, 2011

Just is there’s no best camera for photojournalists, there is also no best lens. But there is a range of lens types that will give you a better chance at getting the shot.

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TAGS: canon,  buying guide,  sigma,  tokina,  lenses,  buying tips,  Lens advice,  Tamron,  lens,  focus on photojournalism 

Street Photography—AdoramaTV

Digital Photography 1 on 1

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Wallace, June 21, 2011

How do you approach strangers on the street and take ther pictures?

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TAGS: street photography,  portrait,  focus on photojournalism,  focus on portraiture,  Focus on Travel Photography,  Focus on Street Photography 

Music and Sports Photographer, David Bergman—AdoramaTV

How'd They Do That?

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Wallace, May 4, 2011

Adorama Photography TV presents How'd They Do That with David Bergman. David is a concert, sports and action photographer based in New York.

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TAGS: photojournalism,  sports photography,  David Bergman,  Sports Illustrated,  sportsshooter,  focus on photojournalism 

Photojournalist, Kael Alford—AdoramaTV

How'd They Do That?

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Wallace, July 20, 2010

Adorama Photography TV presents "How'd They Do That" featuring Kael Alford. In this special, extended episode, Mark talks with Kael Alford, a seasoned and extraordinary photojournalist.

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TAGS: focus on photojournalism,  Adorama TV 

The best cameras for Photojournalists

What do you REALLY need?

ArticleProfessional Imaging Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, June 21, 2010

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There is no “best camera” for photojournalists. Or, to put it another way, the best camera for a photojournalist is the one in your hands right now, or when breaking news happens.

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TAGS: canon,  buying guide,  DSLR,  Olympus,  buying tips,  Nikon D90,  Canon EOS 5D Mark II,  Pentax K-7,  Canon EOS 7D,  Leica M9,  Nikon D3s,  Canon EOS 1D Mark IV,  focus on photojournalism 

Capturing Images in India — AdoramaTV

How'd They Do That?

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Wallace, May 11, 2010

Mark Wallace describes how he shot like a sports photographer to capture images in India from a moving vehicle. Mark used a Canon 1Ds Mark II and a Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L lens to document scenes in India.

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TAGS: canon,  travel photography,  focus on photojournalism,  Adorama TV,  Focus on Travel Photography,  Mark Wallace 

Upload your images anywhere with an Eye-Fi card and a portable hot spot!

A simple setup that won’t break any sports shooter’s or photojournalist’s budget

ArticleProfessional Imaging Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, March 18, 2010

If you’re a news or sports photographer, you know deadlines are getting tighter as media outlets want to post still and video images to web sites within minutes of events happening.

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TAGS: photojournalism,  sports photography,  wireless,  eye-fi,  wi-fi,  focus on photojournalism 

DIY Photojournalism Resources

Three ways to get your news photos out there…two of them even pay!

ArticleProfessional Imaging Techniques and How-Tos - by Mason Resnick, March 17, 2010

OK, so you’re not an AP stringer, work for Time, or breathe the rarified air of a Magnum photographer. No worries: There are new and evolving ways online to get your pictures in front of photo editors.

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TAGS: photojournalism,  istockphoto,  iran,  focus on photojournalism 

How Digital Technology has Changed Photojournalism

What a difference twenty years makes

ArticleProfessional Imaging Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Lent, March 9, 2010

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Let’s take a trip in the wayback machine and look at photojournalism technology of the not-too-distant past, and revel in the progress that has been made.

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TAGS: DSLR,  photojournalism,  focus on photojournalism 

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