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PhotoCamp Daily - Photojournalism

New York Times Seeks New Photo Director

If you were to name the most important job in photojournalism, what would it be? Well, according to the New York Times, it’s the role of their photo director—and the job could be yours.

Last week, the New York Times posted a job listing for its photo director position, which the paper hails as “one of most important and high-profile jobs in visual journalism.”

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For Decades, Our Coverage Was Racist. To Rise Above Our Past, We Must Acknowledge It

This story is part of The Race Issue, a special issue ofNational Geographic that explores how race defines, separates, and unites us. Tell us your story with#IDefineMe. It is November 2, 1930, and National Geographic has sent a reporter and a photographer to cover a magnificent occasion: the crowning of Haile Selassie, King of Kings of Ethiopia, Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah.

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Remove Distracting Elements from Photos

A telephone pole emanating from a subject's head is the classic example of a distracting element ruining an otherwise fine photo. But there are numerous other examples, like a car driving down the street behind a person in your shot, or passersby in front of an architectural scene you're photographing.


When a Vacant Department Store Becomes a Creative Workspace

Retail Design Collaborative and their sister company, Studio One Eleven reimagined a vacant Nordstrom Rack in Long Beach, California, into the RDC-S111 Urban Office, a creative workspace that also performs as a hub for community engagement.