Continuing our discussion of photojournalism and war, here are two links that you should check out – a wonderful article by J. D. Lasica and a page that lists links to digital photojournalism during war time.
“Great storytelling requires time — time to understand what’s going on, time to spend with your subject, not at the laptop transmitting but really making great pictures. We’re still hindered by the production toolsets that are available. In the next few years we’ll see a dramatic improvement in the way people can put stories together and package materials.” — Brian Storm, vice president of news and editorial photography at Corbis
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