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Photojournalism

All materials copyright BRADLEY WILSON or others as indicated. Appropriate copyright notices appear on each handout. Handouts may be printed and distributed by individuals and may be used for classroom distribution. They may NOT be reprinted or distributed online or by e-mail without the express permission of the author. They may not be altered in any way.


ALL I NEEDED TO KNOW ABOUT PHOTOJOURNALISTIC ETHICS I LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN, a presentation made for the AEJMC Midwinter Conference at the University of Oklahoma, Feb. 28, 2014. Presented as part of four-paper panel, “The Visual and Culture” and named Top Paper Abstract.
This PHOTOJOURNALISM CURRICULUM GUIDE, originally created for the Texas Association of Journalism Educators, includes a final exam and a list of resources as well as various assignments. CLICK HERE to view

THE MUG SHOT includes guidelines on lighting and composition of this, the most simple, of photos that photojournalists have to take almost every day. This article by Bradley Wilson was originally published in Communication: Journalism Education Today and ©JEA. CLICK HERE to view

CAPTIONS Writing captions is a challenge for most working photojournalists. Learn a good structure for captions to tell stories not just provide the obvious information. This article by Lori Oglesbee was originally published in Communication: Journalism Education Today and ©JEA. CLICK HERE to view

 

EVALUATING PHOTOGRAPHS Evaluating photographs is the key to success for any photojournalists. And grading them is a thorn for most photojournalism instructors. In this article by Jack Zibluk originally published in Communication: Journalism Education Today and ©JEA gives strategies for grading and evaluating photos including some forms to assist in the process. CLICK HERE to view

ATPI PHOTO EVALUATION This front-and-back evaluation serves not only as a guide for judges when judging images, including technique, composition and meaning, it serves as a guide for instructors. It’s also great for peer evaluation. CLICK HERE to view