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119 — Manipulating Photojournalism — Interview with Moe Doiron

Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #119 is the sec­ond of two episodes ded­i­cated to manip­u­la­tion in pho­to­jour­nal­ism. In this episode we fea­ture a 70 minute casual con­ver­sa­tion with Moe Doiron, a pho­to­jour­nal­ist with The Globe and Mail, Canada’s largest National Newspaper.

In the inter­view we revisit the 2012 win­ning world press photo by Paul Hansen, dis­cuss the Chicago Sun-Times fir­ing of their Pho­to­jour­nal­ism staff and chat about Moe’s multi-decade career as a pho­to­jour­nal­ist. and photo editor.

Past World Press Photo winners - Click to enlarge

Past World Press Photo win­ners from the archives  - Click to enlarge the full set from 1955–2009

 

Links /resources men­tioned in this pod­cast:
World Press Photo of the year (Large)
A pet’s per­spec­tive — Low angled images — Photography.ca forum’s reg­u­lar assign­ment — June 2013
f/16 or smaller — Photography.ca forum’s level 2 assign­ment — June 2013
Pho­tog­ra­phy Pod­cast 118 — Manip­u­lat­ing Pho­to­jour­nal­ism — Inter­view with Carl Neustaedter

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118 — Manipulating Photojournalism — Interview with Carl Neustaedter

Pho­tog­ra­phy pod­cast #118 is the first of two episodes ded­i­cated to manip­u­la­tion in pho­to­jour­nal­ism. This first episode fea­tures an inter­view with Carl Neustaedter who is the deputy edi­tor of the Ottawa Cit­i­zen, the largest daily news­pa­per in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Carl is one of the peo­ple who decides on a daily basis what images make it into the newspaper.

In this inter­view we dis­cuss how much manip­u­la­tion is too much manip­u­la­tion when it comes to news photography.

In par­tic­u­lar, we talk about this year’s win­ning world press photo by Paul Hansen. We also talk about using Insta­gram and Hip­st­matic style fil­ters in news pho­tog­ra­phy. We dis­cuss some famously ‘over’ manip­u­lated news images like the O.J. Simp­son Cover on Time Mag­a­zine back in 1994.  We also dis­cuss more sub­tle mod­ern ways in which dig­i­tal news images are manip­u­lated. Finally, we dis­cuss the fir­ing of the pho­to­jour­nal­ism staff at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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In 1994 Time and Newsweek used the same image of O.J. Simpson as the cover image. It's clear that Time magazine intentionally manipulated the image.

In 1994 Time and Newsweek used the same image of O.J. Simp­son on their cover. Our eyes can see that Time over-processed the image. Image from Wikipedia.

A Grunt's Life by Damon Winter - An award winning photo essay documenting a soldier's life taken using the Hipstamatic App on an iphone. The essay was originally published in The New York Times.

A Grunt’s Life by Damon Win­ter — An award win­ning photo essay doc­u­ment­ing a soldier’s life taken using the Hip­sta­matic App on an iphone. The essay was orig­i­nally pub­lished in The New York Times.

Alex Rodriguez - Instagram photo by Nick published in The New York Times.

Alex Rodriguez — Insta­gram photo by Nick Laham pub­lished in The New York Times.

World Press Photo of the year 2013 - City Burial by Paul Hansen - Feb. 2013

World Press Photo of the year 2012 — City Bur­ial by Paul Hansen

 

Links /resources men­tioned in this pod­cast:
World Press Photo of the year (Large)
A Grunt’s Life — Damon Win­ter — The New York Times
From iPhone to printed page: The rise of Insta­gram in major pub­li­ca­tions
We Need Pho­to­jour­nal­ists — Arti­cle by SND.org
Carl Neustaedter on LinkedIN
A pet’s per­spec­tive — Low angled images — Photography.ca forum’s reg­u­lar assign­ment — June 2013
f/16 or smaller — Photography.ca forum’s level 2 assign­ment — June 2013

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Please join the Photography.ca fan page on Facebook

My Face­book pro­file — Feel free to “friend” me — please just men­tion Photography.ca
My Twit­ter page — I will fol­low you if you fol­low me — Let’s con­nect — PLEASE email me and tell me who you are in case I don’t rec­i­p­ro­cate because I think you are a spammer.

If you are still lurk­ing on our forum,
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Thanks to Stephen, Dar­nell B, Dwayne and Royce How­land who posted a blog com­ment about our last pod­cast. Thanks as well to every­one that sent com­ments by email about our last pod­cast. Although ALL com­ments are appre­ci­ated, com­ment­ing directly in this blog is pre­ferred. Thanks as well to all the new mem­bers of the bul­letin board. Most of the links to actual the prod­ucts are affil­i­ate links that help sup­port this site. Thanks in advance if you pur­chase through those links.

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