Lament for a Dying Field – Photojournalism – NYTimes.com

Lament for a Dying Field – Photojournalism – NYTimes.com.

That’s sad, if true. I think it may not be as dire as the article makes out. Surely professional photojournalists are the only ones who can cover conflicts and disasters. Media companies won’t be able to get timely high quality pictures from stock agencies.

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2 Responses to “Lament for a Dying Field – Photojournalism – NYTimes.com”

  1. Get a Free Camera! « Bkkphotographer's Blog Says:

    […] It’s another contributor to the demise of photojournalism. […]

  2. Michael Willems Says:

    I am afraid I am kind of agreeing with this.

    One reason is the demise of the newspaper. Who reads one anymore?

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