The emerging field of live journalism is presenting unique opportunities, particularly for photojournalists.
When covering conflict zones, protests and other high-risk environments, photojournalists often stand out the most. These tips can help you protect yourself while out on assignment.
Adriane Ohanesian, a freelance photojournalist who has worked in challenging environments like South Sudan, Somalia, Myanmar and Burundi, shares insights from her award-winning career so far.
Seeing is believing, but not if a photo has been manipulated to misrepresent an event or mislead an audience.
East African journalists who attended Code for Africa's latest drone journalism training came away with a new understanding of how to best use drones for their reporting. Here's a few lessons from the bootcamp.
Journalism students at Arizona State University rate their favorite journalism apps that changed the game in Spring 2017.
Photojournalists can find themselves in myriad lighting environments while out on assignment. Auntony Zinyange, a photojournalist based in Zimbabwe, shares his tips.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Shaheryar Popalzai outlines the three essential elements of 360° storytelling.
What does it mean to add "humor" to photojournalism? The answer may surprise you. We spoke with photojournalist Peter Dench and Dr. Ayelet Kohn about adding humor to your photos.
Is it ever a photojournalist's responsibility to step in and help their subjects in need? South African photojournalist James Oatway shared his thoughts.
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