Six journalism opportunities to apply for in November

Check out these courses, fellowships and competitions open to journalists worldwide.

IJNet | October 25, 2013

Five journalism opportunities to apply for in October

Check out these courses, fellowships and competitions open to journalists worldwide.

IJNet | September 27, 2013

Taking the leap into multimedia

Are you looking to get started in photo, video or audio storytelling? Multimedia producer Jehangir Irani explains how to follow your curiosity to improve your skills.

Jessica Weiss | May 27, 2013

Q&A with Pulitzer Prize-winning news photographer David Hume Kennerly

David Hume Kennerly, who has photographed eight wars and every U.S. president since 1968, talked with IJNet about his career, news photography in the digital age and how he stays inspired.

Jessica Weiss | November 02, 2012

How to find free photos to use on your website legally

To illustrate their blog posts or news articles on the Web, journalists should never resort to copying another site’s photos or graphics without permission. Here are tips for finding and attributing images.

IJNet | October 01, 2012

Five ways to develop your photography career

With phone cameras improving and prices dropping for digital cameras, more people have the chance to take better photographs than ever before. Here are five tips for amateur photojournalists who want their hobby to develop into a paid profession.

Nicole Martinelli | August 03, 2012

Four things journalists should know about reporting trips to China

China-based, award-winning documentary photographer Ryan Pyle shares his experience working and traveling in China.

Andy Shuai Liu | May 02, 2012

"Bad photos often lead to good ideas," says World Press Photo winner

Two-time World Press Photo winner Sergey Maximishin talks about citizen journalism, the role of post-production and how bad photos can sometimes lead to great ones.

Nurilda Nurlybayeva | March 30, 2012

Photo project aims to shatter stereotypes of Arab men

Canadian-Iraqi photojournalist Tamara Abdul Hadi wants to show a different side of Arab men than the violent, macho one often shown in the media. Her project "Picture an Arab Man" reveals new angles, with the subjects often posing partly nude.

Natasha Tynes | March 28, 2012

Tips for journalists shooting photos: rookie mistakes, pros and cons

IJNet wraps up a series on tips for journalists shooting video and photos.

Jarod Phillips | March 13, 2012