Photojournalism: The Professionals' Approach / Edition 6 available in Paperback
Photojournalism: A Professionals' Approach, 6th edition blends insightful interviews with professionals, practical experience, current equipment and camera technology, and high-impact photographs to create the definitive book on photojournalism. The DVD features footage of working professionals handling on-the-job challenges.
This revised edition features information on new laws affecting photojournalists, new trends in multimedia to keep skills competitive, and as the world grows smaller, a look back at some international history in the photography world. Updates throughout the a imaging chapter, feature pictures, picture editing, ethics, law and wartime censorship keep this book the bible it is known to be. More interviews and case studies with industry greats result in a stunning and dramatic showcase of the best of photojournalism.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Ken Kobré heads the photojournalism program at San Francisco State University. His former students, who include winners of the Pulitzer Prize, World Press Awards, and many other prestigious honors, work on staff and as freelancers for publications and media outlets around the world. Ken maintains an active freelance career that has included assignments for Newsweek, Time, the New York Times, and corporate clients such as Hewlett-Packard, Levi Strauss and Apple. He has worked widely in developing countries including Malaysia, Thailand, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Egypt and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Ken is a past winner of the respected Robin F. Garland Educator Award from the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), and for four years he directed the University of Missouri/NPPA Pictures of the Year Awards.
Table of Contents
- Spot News;
- General News;
- Photo Editing;
- Camera Bag;
- Covering the Issues 202;
- Photo Story;
- Audio for Video;
- Turning Pro;
- Digital Darkroom
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A very basic book for beginning photojournalists. Not much substance.