Posts Tagged ‘George Steinmetz’

PDNPulse: Top Stories of 2014

Posted by on Tuesday December 23, 2014 | Business, Copyright/Legal, Fine Art, Media, Photo Manipulation, Photojournalism, Social Media/Web

As another fascinating year in the world of professional photography comes to a close, we look back on the stories that drew the most interest from PDNPulse readers this year. From manipulated news photos, to photographers arrested for doing their jobs, to collaborative efforts between photographers and an interview with one of photography’s most influential... More

George Steinmetz Wonders: Was It Worth Getting Arrested for National Geographic Cover Story Photos?

Posted by on Thursday May 1, 2014 | Photojournalism

This month’s cover story of National Geographic, about how to meet growing worldwide demand for food, is the story that got photographer George Steinmetz in trouble last June, and he’s still stinging from the experience. Caught in the political crossfire between animal rights activists and agribusiness interests trying to make it illegal to photograph factory... More

Hearing Set in Arrest of Aerial Photographer George Steinmetz

Posted by on Monday July 15, 2013 | Uncategorized

George Steinmetz, the National Geographic contributor known for the landscapes he captures from a motorized paraglider, faces a court hearing in Kansas this Thursday following his arrest on June 28 for criminal trespass after he flew over a cattle feedlot in Finney County, Kansas. The Hutchinson News of Hutchinson. Kansas, reported last week that paragliding... More