The future of photojournalism . Continued from front page…
I dare to assume that as we go forward more and more of the visual and audible stimuli around us will be
bought and paid for by people who, at best, have their own interests to think of.Even mainstream news organizations are unabashedly in the corner of corporations and politicians.
The next decade or so will bring about a whirlwind of change in media. In order to remain objective
journalist will have to be creative, so as to keep our work non-obligatory. With the economies of most free
societies on the edge of sustainability, the entire economic landscape could change overnight.It is very important then that photographers and journalists understand the climate, where it is going and what will work with what is coming.
Below are links to several articles that offer interesting insights into issues regarding the changing economy and Journalistic photography.
If you have made it this far…Congratulations. Here is solid gold for a serious beginning photographer. At the following link I could not get the tapes to download, but on the right side of the page are legal definitions and leagal precedents that can save you tens of thousands in legal fees and royalties.
When I first began working with Photoshop, my biggest problem was the complexities of the tutorials. If you have been
following along with my tutorials and get hung up…Don’t lose heart. Keep trying. Let me know if I can help…And check
out this link about basic text work in Cs4. Anyway…
Tomorrow I will do a tutorial on how to create that “Read More” button.