Chris Hondros talks about his award winning photo

Getty Images’ Chris Hondros has done nine trips to Iraq since the way started and the most memorable image came in January 2005 when troops shot into a civilian car. In an interview with National Public Radio’s Renee Montagne, he talks about the sequence of events and the iconic photo of a child crying out […]

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Wrestling – with GREAT natural sounds

The Cherry Hill (N.J.) Courier-Post’s Marcin Szczepanski has put together a four-part (three audio slide shows, one video) look at Camden Catholic High School’s wrestling team. The audio in the second slide show (“Sweat and Sacrifice”) is really well done. Now … when you go to the individual slide shows (done in SoundSlides), they are […]

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Crisis in Darfur Expands – WashingtonPost.com video

Backpack journalist Travis Fox has posted a new series of videos and panoramic images from Darfur. Well worth spending some time with. I like the interface and the image quality is very high. Al Tompkins at the Poynter Institute has posted a brief interview about how the stories were shot, as well.

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Inside … well, not baseball

I spent the last couple of days in February at a Poynter Institute seminar on Convergence for College Educators. So, this is really for them – a small collection of photos from the seminar and around the area. Nothing fancy, as this photojournalist wrote and thought more than he shot. And, no, my brain hasn’t […]

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