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    What Is Your Area of Interest - Photojournalist or a Photographer

    We generally choose our profession on the lines of our education. Rarely are we able to do what we want to do. But there are many people who are lucky enough to get to pursue their passion. Many people love photography but you will find that very few people take it up as a profession. Being a Photojournalist and a Photographer are two different things; two different lines of interest which can be pursued as a career. One has to be very clear about his own aspirations to understand the differences before making a choice.

    What is Photojournalism?

    Photo journalism is a form of journalism where you tell a story with a series of images. Earlier the concept hovered around still images, but nowadays with the invention of broadcast journalism, videos are also a part of photojournalism. People who undertake photo journalism as a profession are called photojournalists. Being a photojournalist, you will have to first comply with the ethics of journalism where truth plays a major role with no chances of hypocrisy.

    News media requires that images of photojournalists should have the following

    • They should have a Timeline;  recent images related to recent

    By Craig Wathall - 27/04/2012 @ 08:31Read More