Seeing Beyond Your Vision

Peripheral vision plays a big role in photojournalism. The ability to look at one thing and see what’s happening all around it allows us to build better stories, to see what others might not.

The New York Times’ Angel Franco took a Widely camera to Cuba 20 years ago and the way he used it is fairly unique.

For another use of this type of camera, take a look at CJ Gunter’s multimedia piece on the 2004 Kerry campaign (you’ll need to click a bit, no direct link – to go multimedia, then down to Kerry campaign 2004).